My friend and I spent 4 days recently at The Pillars. It's tucked away about a block back from the Ft. Lauderdale Beach and right on the Intercostal. It is small and lovely. The pool area is the best, especially if you eat dinner there. They serve your meal right on the pier, overlooking the mansions and boats. It's away from the touristy area and the rooms are small but very nice. It is pricey and our dinner was very expensive but very good. My only quibble is I wish they would have had some tea or coffee sitting out. Breakfast was at a cost and the water they had out by the pool area needed refilled often. Our ice bucket in our room had a crack in the bottom and my friends clothes got wet and stained. They did wash them for us, but the stain wouldn't come out. They reimbursed us for the cost of the clothes. They are very nice and it's very beautiful, but be expected to pay alot for your stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated on New River Sound, a block from the beach, the Pillars Hotel is a beautiful mix of classical British Colonial architecture and 30's "Art Deco". Well-known for its magical sunsets, unpretentious service and its special dining experience, the hotel caters to travelers looking for a sophisticated intimate venue. ... more less
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