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An excellent experience, owners (Chris and Kim), staff and accommodations. The Nobleton Hotel is privately owned, as opposed to a chain hotel, and as such it is reasonably priced with the owners and their team attentive to the needs and concerns of their guests. The...More
This hotel had a perfect location close to the beach and restaurants along the strip in Fort Lauderdale. Ideally situated about a back from the beach, it was convenient and quiet and cosy. Coffee, tea and water were provided with the room which was a...More
We stayed for 3 nights and had a great stay in Fort Lauderdale. The room was clean with a great bed, kitchenette and a nice bathroom. Just a block away from the beach and a short walk to restaurants and bars. The pool was clean...More
From the moment I entered this hotel and saw the beautiful colors, I was impressed, but was most impressed when I entered the office and was greeted by Tony a great host, who was so accommodating and knowledgeable about the area. I enjoyed everything about...More
What a great little hotel! We only stayed for one night (pre cruise), but would definitely stay for an extended trip.
The rooms are spotless and the pool area is very nice with sun beds and a grill.
We had a room on the main...More
The water taxi is great, if a little pricey (rates go way down after 5 I think?) and can drop you at a waterfront area w lots of restaurants—or there are tons of good restaurants within an easy stroll of the Nobleton. I’d... More
The water taxi is great, if a little pricey (rates go way down after 5 I think?) and can drop you at a waterfront area w lots of restaurants—or there are tons of good restaurants within an easy stroll of the Nobleton. I’d check Tripadvisor(!) and ask the manager/owners (they have menus there too), since everyone’s price points and tastes are different. Beach is pleasant for lounging or a swim. Have a wonderful time!