Greater Fort Lauderdale
DISCOVER A SUNNY STATE OF MIND IN GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE Imagine a meeting destination ;illed with
3,000 hours of sunshine every year; where C-level
activities take place at sea level and attendees clamor
for the opportunity to travel, engage and learn. The
reality is such a destination exists in Greater Fort
Lauderdale/Broward County, Florida.
Meet SUNNY! The LEED® Gold-Certi;ied,
600,000-square-foot Broward County Convention
Center offers waterfront views and a SUNsational
service team. Plus, the all-around accessibility and
close proximity of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport make getting down to business here
Groups step up to the lighter, brighter side of
meetings with six premier hotels that are within two
miles of the Broward Convention Center. All deliver
exceptional service, business-friendly amenities and
a combined 3,500 guest rooms. Special incentives are
available when you book the convention center and a
Lauderdale Convention Collection hotel.
Downtime is perfect for exploring 23 miles of
Blue Wave-certi;ied beaches, snorkeling, diving,
deep-sea ;ishing and kayaking. Explore the “Venice
of America” via a catamaran, a luxury yacht or the
Water Taxi. Find adventure in the exotic Everglades.
Stroll the Riverwalk and dive into the vibrant
downtown historic arts and entertainment scene.
Attendees can relax at many area luxurious spas,
play a round of golf or hit the casinos, too.
Greater Fort Lauderdale offers some of the ;inest,
most varied dining in the country with more than
4,000 eclectic, applauded and award-winning restaurants, many with al fresco seating and waterfront
views. Hot restaurants to the culinary scene include
the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort’s
newly renovated and critically acclaimed restaurant
3030 Ocean, and Pizzacraft, in downtown Fort Lauderdale, serving wood-;ired pizza, homemade pasta
and seasonallyrotating salads. Apothecary 330, a
new cocktail bar in the Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District, serves a large selection of craft beer,
bourbon and whiskey, as well as boutique wines.
There are more than 1,000 new reasons to
explore Greater Fort Lauderdale for your next
business meeting. Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville
Hollywood Beach resort features a tropical vibe and
349 brand new guest rooms, 27,000 square feet of
meeting space, new restaurants and other amenities.
New high-end hotels coming in 2016 and beyond
include the arrival of Hilton’s premier luxury brand,
the Conrad, with 14,000 square feet of meeting
space overlooking Fort Lauderdale beach; and The
Four Seasons, home to world-famous amenities and
service. Additionally, more than $200 million in hotel
renovations have been under way at hotel properties
including the Diplomat Resort & Spa, Hilton Fort
Lauderdale Marina, Hyatt Regency Pier 66, Seminole
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and the Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach. There has never been a better time to
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visi-
tors Bureau team is your concierge to the community.