Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is a vibrant city known for its stunning beaches, lively atmosphere, and a wide array of attractions. If you’re planning a trip to this sunny destination and require accessible accommodations, you’ve come to the right place. In this blog post, we will guide you through a few recommended accessible hotels in Fort Lauderdale, ensuring that your stay is not only comfortable but also inclusive and enjoyable. Whether you’re seeking wheelchair-accessible rooms, accessible amenities, or a hotel that goes above and beyond to cater to guests with diverse needs, our comprehensive list will help you make an informed decision. Get ready to explore the best accessible hotels Fort Lauderdale has to offer and embark on an unforgettable vacation filled with relaxation and adventure for everyone. Let’s dive in!

Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach

Nestled along the oceanfront, this all-suite resort offers an ideal retreat for traveling with caregivers or extended stays. Each unit boasts a furnished balcony or terrace, allowing guests to relax and soak in the stunning views. A galley kitchen in each room adds convenience and flexibility for those who prefer to prepare their own meals. This resort boasts a strong support for local businesses, a long list of accessible amenities to enjoy and exceptional customer service. The lounge is accessible via an elevator lift and both the pool and hot-tub have lifts into the water. You can also book your preferred style of accessible room directly from the website, avoiding any need for additional research or phone calls.

Check out this video tour of an accessible room at the Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort:

W Fort Lauderdale

The W Fort Lauderdale offers a range of wheelchair accessible features in each room. They provide standard amenities like a roll-in shower, grab bars, transfer shower, handheld shower head, and a bathtub seat. The rooms also have lowered deadbolt locks and outlets for easy access. The pool and spa are wheelchair accessible as well.

blue toned hotel room with king bed and walk out balcony overlooking the ocean

Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort

The Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort offers a variety of ADA accessible rooms to cater to different needs. Whether you require hearing accessible accommodations, mobility accessible rooms with roll-in showers, or accessible rooms with tubs, this hotel has you covered. Situated right on the beach, it provides easy access to the wheelchair accessible Sebastian Street Beach. Additionally, you’ll find a convenient car rental service located in the hotel lobby and the featured culinary delights  of the Lona Cocina Tequileria restaurant, which is also accessible and promises a remarkable dining experience.

colourful exterior of lona restaurant with ocean front views and palm trees.

The Atlantic Hotel & Spa

The Atlantic Hotel & Spa offers excellent wheelchair accessibility. They have ADA compliant guest rooms with roll-in showers and bathroom grab bars. The rooms are larger than standard, providing ample space for wheelchair navigation. Each room has a balcony, many with ocean views. The pool has a lift, and the restaurant and lounge are wheelchair accessible.

view of rooftop pool with view of the ocean and hotel

Ocean Sky Hotel & Resort

The Ocean Sky Hotel offers wheelchair accessible two double-bed rooms. The accessible features include a roll-in shower or tub with grab bars and a hand-held shower head. The rooms are equipped with a kitchenette. Wheelchair accessible routes connect all amenities throughout the hotel. The pool has a lift, and there is a ramp to access the pool deck. The only inaccessible area is the direct path from the beach to the pool deck. 

arial view of the ocean hotel on the beach with pool view and sun chairs

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A photographer turned tech entrepreneur living with Muscular Dystrophy, Maayan Ziv launched AccessNow in 2015. Maayan is an avid travel enthusiast and a fierce disability advocate. She is credited as one of the forces behind #RightsOnFlights, lobbying for increased accessibility in air travel globally.

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