Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Fort Lauderdale

A yacht-inspired beach getaway

Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Fort Lauderdale dropped anchor in one of the world’s yachting capitals in 2022 with a 22-story curved building. Miami architect Kobi Karp envisioned the white exterior to resemble the superyachts that cruise through South Florida’s pristine waters.

The modern maritime theme runs throughout the chic beachfront hotel. Neutral-toned accommodations have subtle nautical details, like lots of wood and navy-striped rugs, along with either Atlantic Ocean or Intracoastal view. Signature restaurant Evelyn’s Fort Lauderdale features Florida’s renowned fresh catch. The spa incorporates water elements into its unique treatments. Two outdoor pools let the ocean vistas speak for themselves. Morning yoga classes take place on the pool deck with the water backdrop, too.

Of course, the sand and surf are right there, with a dedicated area for hotel guests and a beach concierge can set you up with loungers and umbrellas or watersports equipment. Or explore the beachfront on one of the Four Seasons’ complimentary bicycle rentals.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Fort Lauderdale’s location can’t be beat. Perched on aptly named Beach Boulevard, the luxury hotel is just steps from the ocean, popular restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
  • Eastern Mediterranean cuisine receives a fresh makeover at Evelyn’s Fort Lauderdale. Dishes get creative with ingredients — dollops of flavorful vadouvan carrot puree accompany an olive-wood-smoked octopus topped with carrot crumble, and a tamarind-key-lime glaze and pistachio dukkah come with the Australian lamb chops.
  • Tequila aficionados can indulge in a tipple-tasting class with resident expert Alfredo Sanchez. Learn all about the production of the popular spirit from harvest to aging to the margarita in your cup.
  • Sun worshippers will want to head to the third-floor Ocean Sun Deck, where two sea-view infinity pools await. You’ll find plenty of plush loungers and cabanas here, as well as a Kids for All Seasons clubhouse to entertain the little ones.
  • The six-treatment-room spa draws on Fort Lauderdale’s 300 miles of waterways for treatments like the Ebb and Flow Massage, which combines flowing techniques with the stretches of Thai massage.

The Look

  • Architect Karp, whose work includes sister property Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club in Miami, designed the structure to have 360-degree views of Las Olas and the downtown skyline.
  • The yacht motif continues in the 189 Tara Bernerd-designed rooms and suites, where brass accents and lacquered wood call to mind luxurious staterooms of yesteryear. Wicker headboards, sand-toned walls and blue fabric touches keep things feeling beachy.
  • Brought to life by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, Evelyn’s features cool tones, light fabrics like linen and thoughtfully placed sea grass accents to complement the dining room’s ocean views.
  • While the water may be the focus, a third of the eco-friendly property is dedicated to tropical green space designed by landscape architect Fernando Wong.

24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Fitness classes
House car
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Pet friendly
Getting There
525 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304
FLL (12-30 min)   MIA (40 min-1 hr 5 min)   PBI (45 min-1 hr 20 min)  
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