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.
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This is not a four star but they are trying hard to be . The staff is excellent and the place is clean . The clients are quite a mix and we enjoyed our stay very much. It’s close to Hollywood beach and that beach is the best of the three we were at . Miami Beach was crowded and crazy . Hallandale beach was rough looking . Go to Hollywood beach . The Walmart was handy across the street .
This hotel is understaffed and lacks professionalism. Upon check out, throughout my stay and at checkout there was always an issue or confusion. Trying to call concierge from your room? They will never answer. I asked not to have room service in the morning because I didn’t need it and also wanted to relax in the room. Twice they came knocking. The third time I was on my bed unclothed and the house keeping entered the room without knocking. She saw me naked and still entered the room starring at me naked. I asked her to leave and she didn’t speak English and kept saying she needed to clean . I asked please leave multiply times but she insisted on entering the room. I had to practically push her out of my room. I immediately Tried to call front desk but for 30 minutes no answer. I finally went downstairs to tel them the situation and 2 hours later someone came back to ask if I needed cleaning. The bathroom had broke furniture and dirty towels. I would never recommend anyone to stay here. It’s jot run or managed like a normal hotel. It feels like an Airbnb or boutique rental with poor staff and sanitation.
if you're young or don't care so much about the details or just want to save a buck, this is a decent hotel. my toilet clogged daily. the elevator took 20 minutes once to get to our floor. the coffee machine never worked even after replaced. but people are very friendly. and it is a beautifully decorated hotel. it's just a little rough around the edges.
I got this hotel through Priceline at around $110 a night. Location has a bit of a hidden entrance and is just one block removed from the main strip of the beach. Very big 1bedroom suite with generous bedroom and kitchen and living room. Kitchen was fully updated as was the bathroom. The living room and bedroom could use some updates. For $110 a night they were acceptable, but if I paid 250-300 a night I’d be disappointed. Staff is exceptionally friendly. I feel I got an incredible value at $110 a night. Rafaela and I believe Dana at the front were incredible and the doorman is a TRUE gentleman! If you can get this hotel in the $100-$135 range you will not find a better value in the area!
I was happy to stay at the Beachwalk Resort at the beginning of this month and was blown away.
We drove in from Central Florida the morning of check in and when we arrived we were greeted by Annamaris at the front desk. Since we were early I was worried that we'd have to wait to check in but when I asked I was told they could get me in right away, since we were staying 6 nights in a one bedroom suite I asked about what kind of view we'd have since the hotel sits next to a water way, and by her suggestion we decided to go grab lunch while she prepared another room with a much nicer view (I wasn't disappointed). After lunch, we came back and Annamaris handed me the key to our suite for the next 6 nights and WOW, when we walked into the room it was great and the view spectacular (see photos). On top of that, Annamaris had remembered I mentioned that day was my birthday and sent up a fruit plate with a personally signed card with two coupons for drinks in their restaurant. WOW, again.
I have nothing to say but good things about every single person there we encountered, from the valet people, to the restaurant attendant, to the man (Felix) who took us on their complimentary car to the beach where they have complimentary seats and umbrellas for guest use. We even got the city of Hallandale Beach to borrow us a beach wheelchair for my mom for our use at the beach that day.
IF you are worried about the other reviews stating bad things about the elevators at this hotel, all myths, at the most we may have waited 1 minute each time we used the lift, the hotel had even sold out some nights we were there.
Just two bits of friendly criticism... One, to the night valet staff, please give guests with special needs time to disembark before trying to rush away with their vehicle (this happened a couple of times but with only specific people) and to the front desk, this is coming from someone who worked at a front desk before too, LISTEN to the guests specific needs when asking for help. Good example, I had asked for a boat tour recommendation and instead got a phone number for a charter boat. It's not the same thing. Luckily, we found options on our own but it's important to listen or ask questions to make sure you understand.
ALL AND ALL... Thank you Beachwalk Resort for an unforgettable stay, special shout out to Annamaris who was an excellent first impression. Stay... you won't be disappointed.