What We Love
- A beachy classic-Florida suite with a kitchen, halfway between Miami and Fort LauderdaleStaying in a beachy modern suite with a hint of European design
- Riding the complimentary electric-cart shuttle service to the shores of Hallandale Beach, where you’ll have beach towel, chaise and umbrella service
- Being right between Fort Lauderdale and Miami and a half-hour drive from each
What To Know
- WiFi is super spotty
- You'll find state of the art equipment and views of the pool and intercostal waterway from the on-site gym
- The only available parking is through valet service which is $26.50 per day
Meet a triple threat of Florida hotels, because Beachwalk Resort has it all: location, luxury and leisure. In this coastal town, you’ll stay in the center of everything there is to see and do in South Florida, right between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. The hotel is just a block from Hallandale Beach’s sandy namesake, where it’s never crowded and it’s always sunny, and Beachwalk’s complimentary electric cart shuttle will get you there faster than you can say “complimentary chaise and umbrella” (that’s what’ll be waiting when you arrive).
Back at the hotel, inject European style into your stay, with some help from Pininfarina. The sleek Italian firm was behind the design of Maserati, and it’s furnished the hotel’s high-rise home with such spaces as hip restos, a palm-lined infinity pool and a cheese- and wine-stocked marketplace. It’s also had a hand in decking out your suite, which comes with its own full kitchen and oversized balcony – there’s even a grocery-delivery service. Sweet location, sweet eats and sweet suites? That’s what’s called beach-blanket bingo.
Good to know
Please note that a resort fee of $22.20 (including tax) per room, per night is payable directly at the hotel. The resort fee includes Wi-Fi, use of the fitness center and Intercoastal pool, courtesy shuttle to Aventura Mall, The Village at Gulfstream Park and Hollywood Broadwalk, transportation to the beach and towels, beach loungers and umbrellas at the beach.
Inspired by the local South Florida culture and coastline, the suites at Beachwalk Resort feature soft sandy tones with bright accents that pop. Oversized balconies, washer/dryer units and fully equipped kitchens make these abodes perfect for those looking for a luxurious getaway that feels like home – and the modern furnishings will make you feel like you stepped into a trendy design catalog, inspired by Hallandale Beach’s crystal-blue waters. If you opt for the One Bedroom suite, you’ll have 738 square feet of beachy space with Italian furnishings, including a living room with a sofa lounge and a master bedroom with a king bed. Your view through your floor-to-ceiling windows will be of either the Intracoastal Waterway, the skyline or the Atlantic Ocean. The Two Bedroom suite also tacks on a second bathroom, and its second bedroom has two full-size beds; this accommodation measures 1,095 square feet.
With a handful of dining options, as well as private in-room dining or grocery-delivery service, the property has a dish for every craving. Beachwalk Bistro features local ingredients in its breakfast, lunch, dinner and happy-hour menus, while the Pool Grill, served from the restaurant, allows you to drink and dine poolside. And at Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails, you’ll not only enjoy beachfront dining and specialty drinks, but also complimentary towels and chaise and umbrella service.
Perfectly located on the powdery sand beaches that line the South Florida coast, Hallandale Beach sits near the Sawgrass Mills and Aventura Malls, between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. The former’s catamaran rides and diving activities make for easy, breezy days in the sun, and the latter’s legendary nightclubs and Art Deco icons beckon. If you stay in town, though, you won’t be disappointed by the pristine beaches, known to be uncrowded and crystal blue.
How to Get There
Nice resort, good location. Bell staff is non existent. Had to carry our bags ourselves via stairs as the elevators took forever and staff never showed up to assist after several requests. Carpet in room was dirty, but well equipped. It was a good mix of condo/hotel amenities as the room was serviced daily. Valet is required and expensive, there are also daily resort fees that aren’t clearly identified when booking. Staff overall was friendly despite the rude head valet and non existent bell service.
The valet employees are the best part of this hotel. The location is good. The property itself is overstated. I have no clue how they can say the beach is 3 mins away via walking that is a severe misrepresentation. Unless perhaps you are a sprinter, but even then?? The traffic is very loud the rooms feel ‘superficially’ clean the carpet does have stains and the moisture inside the rooms is high. We arrived early hoping to check in but no sir check in is 4 on the button. It was 354 and the room still isn’t ready they say because there was a late check out, no sure how that is my issue. Because I requested a high floor was the answer. I would think they received payment for the late checkout and I am unconvinced. With the resort fee it will be about $400 cdn a night and it is in no way with that price. The shuttle is awesome and the room comes with a fridge are the high points. The beds are actually doubles, lol. Glad I am
just staying the night.
The rooms are comfortable and the view is amazing, but is a bit overpriced, no flexibility for the times for check out. No room service for food and restaurant is really small and limited. No water in the rooms.
Stayed here for over 2 weeks, really lovely apartment - can't fault! I was really early getting to reception as my cruise landed at 10am. However, Lucero at the reception desk couldn't have been more helpful, she really went out of her way to assist so that I could get to my apartment as quickly as I could. She was friendly, polite and has a lovely attitude and really went above and beyond to assist - 5 star service. I will definitely stay here again.
I usually don’t leave reviews but I felt I have no choice. We booked a room at this hotel through chase travel. We arrived at the hotel at 1am and everything seemed fine. The valet was nice the lobby looked decent. When we got to our room we were in for a big shock. The condition of the room was disgusting. The carpet was disclored and stained. The bathroom was dirty. Bed linen was stained. The toilet paper holder came right off the wall when my wife tried to use it. The door to the fridge was broken etc. and to top it off there was bug on the wall. I immediately contacted the front desk to switch rooms but was told that since I booked through chase, the room that I had was owned by a private person and not managed through the hotel and they refused to switch our room unless we would pay for a new room which is ridiculous. The front desk claimed that there was nothing they can do even though we had no way of knowing when we booked the room that some of the rooms are not run by the hotel? Even if that’s the case, the hotel manages the property and should care for its guests
And accommodate them. This was listed as a 4 star hotel on chases website. Clearly deceptive advertising. Everyone deserves a room that’s clean and where things work properly especially from a 4 star hotel