Impact Zone

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Hang Loose Surf School

Leave dry land in favor of the pristine waters of Fort Lauderdale and learn to surf the Hang Loose way. Experience more than just surfing lessons – experience the lifestyle. From detailed how-tos to ancient surfing culture and ocean safety, Hang Loose offers extended surf camps and one-on-one training at the most comprehensive surf school on the coast.


Early Eats

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Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House

For the most important meal of the day, only one location will do. With their milk produced in Orlando and their bread baked just down the street, the O-B House defines ‘local’. Build your own omelet, always with free-range eggs, or delve into a pancake stack. Not just for breakfast, the O-B House serves up showstopping lunches, too.


Culture Club

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Broward Performing Arts Center

Ranked among the top ten most visited theaters in the world, spectacular performance troupes descend upon downtown Fort Lauderdale to showcase Broadway musicals, workshops, lectures and dance. Feel the vibrancy of the waterfront venue, buzzing with talent.


Life’s a Beach

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Local Beaches

Sink your toes into the warm sand and escape to twenty three miles of palm-lined paradise across Fort Lauderdale’s beaches. Try watersports, or simply chill, on the exceptionally clean Blue Wave certified beaches. Choose the secluded hamlet of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea or check out the hustle and bustle of Hollywood Beach’s two-mile long boardwalk.


Fashion Followers

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Sawgrass Mills

Revel in the largest luxury fashion outlet in the US, stocked with exclusive labels including Gucci, Burberry and Prada. Find that ‘je ne sais quois’ item, runway looks and one-of-a-kind finds as you browse the affordable collections by leading designers.


Time Travel

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Bonnet House Museum & Gardens

Step back in time and tour one of the oldest standing structures in Broward County. Bonnet House, full of personal treasures of the bygone owners, gives visitors a glimpse into the whimsy of 1920s life. The gardens are one of the last examples of a South Floridian native barrier island habitat, with five varying conditions and wildlife.


From the Ocean

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Lobster Bar Sea Grille

Make the most of Fort Lauderdale’s coastline location with the freshest seafood, cooked to perfection. Savor sophisticated dining, including prime steaks and masterfully crafted cocktails, in the welcoming lounge or dine al fresco on the sun-kissed patio.


On the Links

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Plantation Preserve Golf Course

Book a tee time where the grass really is greener. The design of this 18-hole championship course allows you to set your own difficulty, and players especially enjoy the signature 9th hole island green and 14th hole split fairway. Unwind after your game in the relaxed clubhouse with course views from the terrace.


Set Sail

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Jungle Queen Riverboat

Thrilling visitors since 1935, enjoy a fully narrated cruise down Fort Lauderdale’s New River – coined as the ‘Venice of America’. Get up close to baby alligators, monkeys and parrots on the Tropical Isle Tour or hop on a 90-minute sightseeing cruise. Continue the fun with dinner and a show on the beautiful, tropical isle.


All at Sea

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Lauderdale Yacht Charters

Host a lavish event on a privately chartered yacht tour. Set sail on an unparalleled adventure and view Fort Lauderdale from the ocean. With premium catering, and on-board guest rooms you’ll experience the wonders of the coast without the crowds.


Journey of a Lifetime

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Turtle Treks

Witness one of nature’s greatest events with a rare opportunity to see turtle hatchlings make their epic journey from shell to ocean. Learn about the coastal ecosystem and the dangers the ancient species face, before accompanying rescue volunteers on a beach patrol looking for hatching nests.


Seminole Sojourn

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Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum

Nestled in the heart of the Everglades, on the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation, Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum celebrates and preserves ancient Native American culture. With over 180,000 unique artifacts and archives, discover the historical ties, linking the Seminole people to Florida for thousands of years.


Reach new Heights

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Fort Lauderdale Air Tours

Feel on top of the world as you view South Florida and the Everglades from the sky. You’ll see everything, from the south-east’s largest freshwater lake to the coastline of Pompano Beach. Want to take flight yourself? Book an introductory flying lesson with certified instructors.


LGBTQ Legacy

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Stonewall National Museum and Archives

Once a small lending library, today the Stonewall National Museum & Archives houses the largest circulating LGBTQ collection of books in the US. The museum proudly promotes the significance of the LGBTQ community throughout American history, with a focus on civil rights, art and culture.


Float On

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Perfect for those with little experience in the surf, paddleboarding is an easy way to explore the ocean, coral, rivers and mangroves. Seasoned boarders can greet the day with a sunrise paddle tour, complete with yoga practice, and see Fort Lauderdale in a completely new way.


Bag it Up

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Galleria Mall

Visit Fort Lauderdale’s most fashionable address, complete with over 100 speciality stores and eateries. From health and beauty heavens to home furnishings, this premium shopping destination has it all. Discover Banana Republic, Michael Kors and Pandora just steps from the beach.


Catch of the Day

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Deep-sea Fishing

Sail out into the sparkling Atlantic Ocean on a chartered fishing trip. Try drift-fishing and reel in snappers, groupers and other reef fish with expert guidance from the on-board crew. Catch gamefish from the 48 ft. sport fishing charter boats, equipped with fighting chairs and live wells.


Art Escape

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Head to the Flagler Arts & Technology Village to experience and arts district like no other. Where non-conformity and collaboration are encouraged, visit the monthly ArtWalk for exhibits, street food and performances. Ideal for the art-curios and those looking for the unexpected.


Food, Baby

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Las Olas Food Tours

Get a taste of Las Olas and Fort Lauderdale on the ultimate foodie adventure. Sample savory, sweet and fine cuisine in upscale, preselected restaurants. Dine privately, or with a group on your three-hour taste experience, served with a side of local history.


Style Mile

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Las Olas Boulevard

Stroll the boulevard, scattered with fashion boutiques, gift shops and outdoor dining options. With a unique ambience and an evening buzz that can’t be matched, this luxurious part of town – spanning ten blocks of entertainment – couples old-world charm with Fort Lauderdale’s famed contemporary lifestyle.

CONRAD FORT Lauderdale Beach 551 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33304, USA Telephone: +1-954-414-5100 Condo rentals and sales +1-954-414-5121 Front view of the hotel