Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach Kicks Off Grand Opening With Special Offers

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The Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach originally slated to open back in 2016 finally welcomed the first guests earlier this month.

The all-suite condo-hotel property has 290 residence units complete with Italian marble bathrooms, gourmet kitchens, and private balconies or terraces.

Located just 6 miles away from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, the 24 story beachfront resort has three dining options.

The Atlas Cocktail Lounge is the lobby bar, Terra Mare is the all-day dining restaurant, Cornucopia is an onsite market and coffee bar that also serves pizzas, pastries, and organic juices, and Spinnaker is the pool bar and grill.

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There is an onsite spa, and the sixth floor holds the 20,000 square foot Sky Deck, which holds a heated fresh water pool.

There is a daily resort fee of $35, which includes:

• 2 bottles of water in the guest room, and on the pool deck
• 2 beach chairs and an umbrella
• yoga classes
• 2 hour bike rental for 2 adults
• 20% off spa servies
• local and toll-free calls

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Valet parking is $45, and there is no self-parking option available.

Room types range from studio suites to 3 bedroom suites, and there are 3 penthouses as well.

The studio suite that has either views of the intracoastal waterways or the ocean has 480 square feet, including two queen beds, a furnished balcony, soaking tub, 50 inch HTDV, and galley kitchen with subzero refrigerator. Here’s a look at the floor layout for the studio suite (images from Hilton’s website) –

a floor plan of a bedroom

Interestingly, when I did a random search to find rates, the 650 square foot Jr suite with King bed popped up as being slightly less expensive than the 450 square foot studio with 2 Queen beds ($290 vs $299).

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The penthouses didn’t show up at all during any of my searches, but here’s the layout for the luxury 1700 square foot 3 bedroom/ 3 bathroom waterfront terrace suite that includes full kitchen and breakfast bar –

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Pricing looks to be about $2,000 per night (not including that pesky resort fee).

a screenshot of a hotel room

Purchase prices for the residences are reportedly between $400,000-$700,000 for studios, and in excess of $5 million for the penthouses.

To kick off the grand opening, the Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach is offering a special deal.

You’ll get a complimentary upgrade to the next suite category, and a $50 food and beverage credit per day. With only a few dollars difference between the grand opening rate and the member rate on some days, this looks like a really good offer. Unfortunately, the grand opening bonus doesn’t allow the $50 daily food and beverage credit to be used at Terra Mare, the all-day dining restaurant. The terms & conditions don’t mention the exclusion of room service though, so that is a possibility.

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Also, if you stay 3 nights or more, you’ll get 5,000 bonus Hilton Honors points per stay. You can only earn the bonus points once, and must be a member of Hilton Honors to qualify.

Here’s a handy booking link using the grand opening offer.

Note that stays must be completed by March 31, 2018.

(Top photo credit: Hilton)

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