Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
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Have stayed here several times and each occasion has been great. The pool and beach are phenomenal as are the rooms. Would recommend for a couple or family as there are lots of things to do. the other great thing is the location to restaurants and shopping
We have been coming here for the past 20 years and are leaving disappointed for the first time. The hotel is in a renovation process and has made some changes we were not happy with. They have eliminated the guest laundry services which was such a convenience for families and for everyone else. The new room design was so disappointing. Does not feel like an upscale hotel. There are tile floors in the rooms that are extremely cold and loud. The bathroom/closet door is a combination sliding barn door style. If you are in the bathroom the closet is open and vise versa. It is very dangerous if someone is in the closet and someone in the bathroom opens the door on you! It also doesn't lock and provides no privacy. The mirror over the desk area was also iliminated which used to be very convenient for me to dry my hair or put makeup on while my children or husband was using the bathroom. The decor in the rooms seemed very sterile, almost like a hospital room. On a positive note, they do have a great location on the beach and the staff is wonderful. My only hope is that if enough people express the same concerns that they might try to improve on these items the next time they have to redo the rooms. Sad to say - we probably won't come back after all these years. They should try to emulate JW Marriott at Marco island! Far superior!
This property has a pretty lobby and setting, right on the caramel-colored beach in Fort Lauderdale. I’m sure that you could have a lovely time here. I did not. To be fair, I was here in the middle of spring break and during a national industry conference. Still, it was disappointing at best and a poor experience for the price of $400 a night + resort fee.My room on the fifth floor had a balcony that – wait for it – literally faced a cement wall. I felt like I was in prison. It was also right beside some sort of industrial unit. The room itself was fine – white linens, cream walls, pale floor – if uninspired. While the beds were so haphazardly made that I thought the room perhaps hadn’t been fully serviced, the mattress was comfortable, the closet large with enough hangers (so many hotel closets don’t have enough hangers) and the bathroom clean. (I found it inconvenient that to open the closet you had to slide a door that then closed off the bathroom.) After a walk on the beach, I left a bit of sand in the room – and it was still there the next day after the room had been serviced.It was a few days after daylight savings time started and the alarm clock had not been adjusted. Worse, there was no hot water in the morning. Several colleagues stayed in the same hotel and reported the same problem over several mornings.We had breakfast @ 8 a.m. one morning and the server, an older woman who spoke little English, was overwhelmed. I felt sorry for her. The various breakfast dishes were fine. We ate at the Sea Level restaurant on two evenings, which was mostly fried food, though the seafood salad was good and the calamari acceptable. The strawberries served on the edges of the prosecco glasses were grey and old – they should have been thrown away and not served to guests. The 3030 Ocean Restaurant is much nicer, with some delicious seafood options.When I checked out, I was given a $50 credit per night for the lack of hot water after I mentioned the issue. However, when I asked about a discount for the fact that I must have had one of the worst rooms in the hotel but was still charged $400+ a night, the man at the desk said, “It is not the worst room. Some of the rooms below it do not even have balconies. I don’t know why we use these rooms” but would not give me a discount.I would not stay here again. If you book a room, make sure you don’t get stuck on one of the lower levels facing the cement wall – it is really depressing to stay beside the ocean, pay so much money and feel so caged in.
Great location on the water. I never had an issue getting chairs on the beach. The pool is a little harder, but the hotel is good about enforcing the 1 hour rule for unoccupied chairs. Very nice service and the free cookies and lemonade in the afternoon are a real treat.
This hotel is ideal for a beach vacation. It sits right on the beach with very easy access. The resort overall is a great property and has everything from a Spa to two excellent restaurants. I had to Cobia fish, and it might be my favorite fish dish of all time. Rooms are nice and well kept. The staff is very friendly and service is great. Everyone is very helpful. Had a view of the intercoastal so I could watch all the cruise ships come and go. Will come back.
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- Roundtrip flight in Economy Class
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- Hotel accommodation as selected
- All hotel taxes and service charges
- 2 a la carte restaurants
- Ice cream parlour
- Snack bar
- 4 bars including Pool bar, Beach bar
- 2 pools
- Spa pool
- Fitness centre
- 2 hard court and 2 clay court tennis courts (fee)
- Full-service spa
- Outdoor whirlpools
- Championship golf courses nearby
- Beauty salon
- Meeting facilities
- Water sports centre operated independently
- Tour desk
- Room service (fee)
- Basketball court
- Beach volleyball
- 2 double beds or 1 king-size bed
- Full bathroom
- Telephone with voice mail
- Air conditioning
- Cable TV
- Hair dryer
- Clock radio
- Coffee maker (coffee included)
- Internet access
- Maximum Occupancy: 4
For the Kids - Playground, supervised kids activities and babysitting for a fee (subject to availability).
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Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & SpaFort Lauderdale,United States
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3030 Holiday Drive, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316-2414
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