Marriott BeachPlace Towers - Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316

Luxury High Rise Resort On The Beach Where The City Meets The Sea.  The first five stories are restaurants and retail topped by a nineteen story resort tower. The villas all face either the Atlantic Ocean or the Intracoastal; you will always have a great view of the water.  Fort Lauderdale is a great destination with restaurants  culture, shopping and great weather.

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Directly across from  Ft. Lauderdale Beach
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Great Views!

BeachPlace Towers is one of Marriott Vacation Club's spectacular city fun destinations.  Walk down the street to dozens of bars or restaurants   It is centrally located for events like the Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show or Tortuga Music Festival.  Add some time before or after your cruise.  Or, just come down to The Sunshine State for great weather, the beach and the Atlantic Ocean.

This is the view from my villa in October, 2019 facing South East   Every villa has a view of the Atlantic Ocean or the Intracoastal.  The harbor is full of yachts, especially during Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show which is the largest in the United States.  The main beach is across the street.  You can rent chairs and umbrellas from county vendors there.  You can enjoy boat rides and deep sea fishing at one of the harbors a few blocks away.
 

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Master Bedroom & Kitchen 
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The Size Of Their Toys!

The master bedroom is deluxe and has a large window wall to let the light in.  The villa has a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and living room.  The comfy space of a luxury condo makes this timeshare feel more like home than a hotel.  You might be surprised at the convenience of a washer/dryer in the unit or the dining table as a great place to work from home The studios at BeachPlace Towers are larger than most Marriott's reflecting the demand for vacations for adults in the city.

 

The saying goes "The difference between men and boys is the size of their toys".  You can see all the exciting toys at the FLIB every October.  Thousands of yachts fill the harbor.  The North entrance is just a few blocks away.   Come the rest of the year and enjoy activities on the water and deep sea fishing.  The 1960 film "Where the Boys Are" featured four college co-eds looking for fun in Ft. Lauderdale.  Adults of all ages are still coming here for fun.