Fort Lauderdale Airport Car Rental
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Easirent Car Rental Ft Lauderdale Airport
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“Hello! My name is Tim and I’m the manager of the Easirent Ft. Lauderdale branch. We have a full range of new rental vehicles ready to be collected at our location which is only 2 miles away from Fort Lauderdale Airport. From compact and family sized cars to large SUVs and executive cars for business use; our team is on hand to make your car rental experience with Easirent the best possible. As always, please book direct on our website where we have the lowest online rates or call me today on 954-314-0302 where I will be happy to answer any questions you have.”
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Arriving at Fort Lauderdale Airport by air? Free shuttle bus service
Terminal 1: Please walk to the car rental centre and follows signs for “Offsite rental car and county bus”. Proceed to bus stop 7 and await the Easirent Shuttle bus.
Terminals 2, 3 & 4: Please take the airport shuttle to the car rental centre. Please follows signs for “Offsite rental car and county bus”. Proceed to bus stop 7 and await the Easirent Shuttle bus.
Please return the car to Easirent and take the shuttle to the airport.
Travel Guide: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
The ‘Venice of America’, Fort Lauderdale is a city in Florida, just North of Miami. Part of the fabled ‘Sunshine State, Fort Lauderdale is renowned for its glorious weather and thriving bar and restaurant scene having welcomed over 16 million visitors to its sunny shores in 2016.
Named after a series of forts built during the Seminole Wars of the early 19th century, Fort Lauderdale today is a pleasant warm city built around a series of intertwined rivers, canals and inlets adjacent to the famous Florida Everglades. Temperatures average in the mid 60s in the winter months, creeping up to the upper 80s in the summer months so expect sun sun sun no matter what time of year.
Formerly a Spring Break hotspot, Fort Lauderdale is now a major port for yachts and cruise liners, due to its geographical location, close proximity to the Bahamas and its tight canal network. The city is served by Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport, nestled on the East side of the city and located a 10 minute drive from Downtown F.L. Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International is a busy thriving airport, serving over 29 million passengers in 2016 with roughly 23 million being travellers from the United States, owing to Fort Lauderdale’s drawing power as one of our nation’s foremost tourist destinations.
A 30 minute drive from neighbouring Boca Raton in the North, 30 minute drive from Coral Springs in the North-West, and a 35 minute drive from Miami in the South, Fort Lauderdale is right in the heart of Southern Florida, always offering something for everyone.
Luckily for you we’ve compiled a short breakdown of the region and some of the things that have to be experienced whether its your first visit or fiftieth, so no matter if you’re in town for a day, a week, or a month, pack up your belongings, strap in to your vehicle and explore the best of Fort Lauderdale.
Whether you’re travelling solo, for business, or whether you have the family in tow, Fort Lauderdale has over 500 hotels and motels to choose from, all offering different experiences and services.
The Premiere Hotel is one of the highest rated in the city. Located on the beachfront at Central Beach, Premiere Hotel is a clean classic beach hotel, equipped with free extensive WiFi and a pool on the premises if you don’t want to take a dip in the Atlantic Ocean. A 10-minute drive from the center of Fort Lauderdale, the Premiere Hotel is also close to many local bars and restaurants.
A little further South along the oceanfront is the Pillars Hotel. Known for its fabulous views and sunsets, the Pillars is also home to Secret Garden dining experience; an exclusive dining club only available to members and guests of the hotel. A laid back relaxing atmosphere sweeps the hotel, one of the many reasons why it is also a very popular spot for weddings and special events.
If you live for luxury, then why not try the Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale? Part of the legendary Ritz-Carlton family of hotels and resorts, expect 5 star service from their team of staff no matter what you need. Need a gym? There’s one in the hotel. Fancy a snack at 5am? Not a problem thanks to 24 hour room service. Located on the beachfront of Fort Lauderdale and a mere 20-minute drive from the hotel, the Ritz-Carlton allows you a stay of utmost luxury.
If you are in Fort Lauderdale for a short stay, or in town for business, then staying as close as possible to the airport is a must. Vacation Inn motel is very close to the airport, being just a 10-minute drive from the terminals. Don’t be expecting room service, concierge services or anything glam, the Vacation Inn is straightforward and chilled, perfect for those just needing a quick layover or a basic hub for their travels throughout Fort Lauderdale.
Food and Drink
A great city is defined by its food, whether eating local delicacies, or being treated to be a plethora of worldly flavors from countless establishments. Fort Lauderdale strikes this balance perfectly, satisfying anyone and everyone who passes through.
Floridians will tell you all about Laspada’s Hoagies and you owe it to yourself to grab one while in Fort Lauderdale.
Operating all over South Florida since the 1970s, with several locations in Fort Lauderdale, Laspada’s is highly regarded by locals and visitors alike and as such is usually packed tight around lunch and early afternoon.
The Foxy Brown is another highly regarded local sot, perfect for brunch and lunch, as well as a mimosa or two. Whether you opt for the fresh crabcakes or a delicious s’mores waffle, you’re going to leave the Foxy Brown happy, smiling, and a few pounds heavier.
The Foxy Brown is right in the center of town and is vegetarian friendly.
For dinner, you might want to push the boat out if burgers and bar service isn’t quite your scene. Chima Brazillian Steakhouse is a dining experience to die for, combining traditional Brazillian dining with an elegant laid back setting. Located in the Seven Isles district (a 5 minute drive from the center of town) be prepared to be waited on by the inhouse ‘gauchos’ (or ‘meat chefs’ to you and me) as rack after rack of freshly prepared meat is brought to your table. Not in the mood for meat? Well luckily Chima Brazillian Steakhouse has a vast salad bar as well as mouth watering desserts – if you have room.
Canyon Southwest Café is another highly regarded establishment, serving contemporary takes on old classics but twisted to use the finest freshest ingredients. Dine on South American classics such as the smoked salmon tostada and beef tenderloin burrito, or turn your tastes towards the homemade rigatoni and Maine lobster nachos. Canyon Southwest Café is a 10-minute drive from downtown Fort Lauderdale, just North of Sunrise Key area.
Fort Lauderdale is awash with many speciality malls and shopping hubs, no matter if you’re after local goods and curios, world-renowned merchandise from global giants, or weird little one-offs and oddities from independent vendors.
Las Olas Boulevard, in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, is a sun soaked strip of shops and boutiques and is a great place to hang out even if you’re not shopping. Everything you could need can be found on Las Olas Boulevard, from clothing and shoes for all the family to dentistry, office supplies and Florida made chocolate. A 10-minute drive from the beach-front, park up and enjoy the sights and smells of the Boulevard.
For more established brands and products then make a trip to the Galleria at Fort Lauderdale, a 5-minute drive from central Beach. Here you will find something for everything, from chain favourites such as Abercrombie & Fitch and J. Crew, designers such as Michael Kors, and department stores such as upmarket Neiman Marcus and the immortal Macy’s. There’s also Coral Ridge mall – offering more wallet friendly brands such as TJ Maxx and Target, and is a 10-minute drive from the beach – and also Westfield Broward which houses Pandora, Claire’s and House of Hoops amongst others. Westfield Broward is a 20-minute drive from the center of town.
For those who love to thrift and explore then head over to the Swap Shop. Part of a massive complex that includes the legendary Thunderbird Drive In Cinema, the Swap shop is home to over 2000 vendors and countless untold treasures, one-offs and curiosities. Swap Shop is over 70 acres of bargains, sights and deals and is definitely not to be missed, whether shopping or observing the oddities on display – a 15-minute drive from the center of town and open 365 days a year.
Culture & Attractions
Due to the consistently good weather, Ford Lauderdale has a number of outdoor activities and attractions that can be enjoyed all year round.
One of the most popular draws of Florida is the Everglades which span adjacent to several cities in southern Florida. Parts of the Everglades can be reached from Fort Lauderdale and will take 25 minutes to reach by car. For different outdoor pursuits, head to East Fort Lauderdale and visit the seven-mile long Fort Lauderdale Beach, Fort Lauderdale Beach Park, and the banks of the Stranahan River.
Head to the banks of the Tarpan River and you will find the Riverwalk Arts and Entertainment District. Containing the Broward Center for the Performing Arts and music venues such as Revolution Live, the Riverwalk District is an eclectic vibrant district full of clubs, drama and art and is somewhere where there is always something going on.
Fort Lauderdale is also home to many art galleries and museums, such as the International Swimming Hall of Fame. Stop by for exhibits and tales about some of our nation’s greatest Olympic Heroes such as Mark Spitz and Michael Phelps, to international legends such as Ian Thorpe and Kristin Otto. The ISHOF building is a 10-minute drive from the center of town, on the New River Sound.