Go Beyond Your Cruise with a Port Everglades Hotel Package

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The Renaissance Fort Lauderdale - Plantation Hotel will now offer a Port Everglades Cruise Package. With free transportation to your cruise port, the Port Everglades Hotel Cruise Package will help to make your vacation a success. Luxurious accommodations for pre or post cruise are available at the Renaissance Plantation and rates start as low as $104. 00.

Port to over 5,300 ships a year, Port Everglades is among the nation's top seaports and the third busiest cruise port in the country. Located on the southeastern coast of the Florida Peninsula near Fort Lauderdale, our Port Everglades Hotel Cruise Package will help to make your Caribbean vacation complete. The cruise lines most traveled out of Port Everglades include: Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Imperial Majesty, and Princess.

Escape the Ordinary to a Place Where Luxury and Comfort Come Together

The Renaissance Plantation Port Everglades Hotel is a stylish new addition to the Fort Lauderdale area. Just minutes from the beautiful beaches of Fort Lauderdale and exceptional shopping, our hotel is located in the perfect place to start or end your cruise vacation and to see what Fort Lauderdale, the "Venice of America", has to offer.

With its British West Indies flair, not only will you be impressed with the luxurious and trendy interior of the hotel, but also the endless amenities available. Along with impeccable service, some of the amenities include:

  •     Concierge Services
  •     Award Winning Bin 595 Eclectic Grille and Wine Bar
  •     Outdoor pool with Whirlpool and state-of-the-art fitness center
  •     High speed internet access

For more information on the Renaissance Plantation Port Everglades Hotel and the Port Everglades Cruise Package, Please visit: http://www.marriott.com/fllrp

Contact:
Renaissance Plantation Hotel
1230 South Pine Island Road
Plantation, FL 33324
1-954-472-2252

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