Best Western Ft. Lauderdale I-95 Inn

Best Western Ft. Lauderdale I-95 Inn

Best Western Ft. Lauderdale I-95 Inn

  • 4800 Powerline Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    1.2 miles away

Free breakfast, an outdoor pool and I-95 location are the best features of the non-smoking Best Western Ft. Lauderdale I-95 Inn. Renovated in 2015, the non-smoking Best Western has 104 rooms in a four-floor building. Rooms come with coffee/tea makers, mini-fridges, microwaves, available Wi-Fi and 39-inch flat-panel TVs with over 80 cable channels and HBO. Fuel up with the free breakfast of waffles, eggs, sausage, bacon, toast, cereal, yogurt, coffee, juice and more. Take in a little sun on the palm-lined deck with chaise lounges, and then cool off with a swim in the outdoor pool. The hotel also has a 24-hour fitness center, 24-hour business center, 24-hour front desk, coin-op laundry and free parking with large vehicle parking.Up to two pets (dogs only) per room, 80 pounds or less per pet, are allowed for a nightly per-pet fee.

The Best Western is right off I-95, a half-mile southeast of Lockhart Stadium, home of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. The ocean is four miles due east and Central Beach in Fort Lauderdale is seven miles southeast of the hotel. The upscale Galleria at Fort Lauderdale mall is six miles southeast and the Broward Center for the Performing Arts is six miles south. If you’re coming from Fort Lauderdale International Airport, the hotel is 12 miles north. Guests give a bravo to this Best Western for its price, location, friendly staff, and appearance of the rooms.

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