Summer Savings Campaign Launching June 1st Features Discounts on Hotels and Attractions, Plus Special Offers with Dine Out Lauderdale and Spa Days


GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (May 27, 2021) – Visit Lauderdale, the official destination marketing organization for Greater Fort Lauderdale (Broward County), welcomes everyone under the sun to enjoy summer fun with LauderDeals, an extensive list of irresistible offers available June 1 through September 30, 2021. With deals throughout the county’s 31 neighborhoods, LauderDeals offers visitors and residents plenty of ways to indulge in the perfect getaway or staycation in the “Yachting Capital of the World.” 

Hotel Deals range from discounted room rates, offers for third or fourth nights free, resort and dining credits, free or discounted parking, complimentary upgrades and more. Things To Do Deals include 2-for-1 admission or discounted rates at attractions. Special LauderDeals offers are also available for Florida Residents and first responders and military at 

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​“We invite visitors to indulge in a much-deserved getaway and local residents to vacation in their own backyard, where they can relax and recharge while taking advantage of LauderDeals savings to discover spectacular offerings you can only find here,” says Stacy Ritter, CEO and President of Visit Lauderdale. “This is a great time to enjoy a hotel stay and pair it with culture-rich experiences, fun family attractions, incredible dining options and some pampering, all at a discount.” 

Beginning in August, LauderDeals offers will expand with the addition of Dine Out Lauderdale, a collection of taste-tempting three-course prix-fixe menus priced at $35 and $45; and Spa Days, signature treatments at resort and day spas, many with prices starting at $99. 

Dine Out Lauderdale is the perfect way for residents and visitors to explore new restaurants or revisit some of their favorite places that are offering special, limited-time menus. These restaurants are located throughout Greater Fort Lauderdale, so diners can work their way through the county’s eclectic culinary scene. From beautiful beach views to luxury, intimate settings, and from local, family-owned eateries to hidden gems, there are a variety of dining options to satisfy every palate. 

Visit Lauderdale’s highest priority continues to be the safety and well-being of visitors and residents. Locations throughout Greater Fort Lauderdale and its 31 cities are ensuring Safe + Clean experiences. ​​​​​Mask wearing policies vary inside local businesses but are required on public transportation. Everyone is asked to keep a mask with them at all times and wear when social distancing can’t be maintained or when required. 

Plan your visit by exploring LauderDeals offers and by viewing Greater Fort Lauderdale’s 24 mile stretch of sand and surf via live beach webcams

About Greater Fort Lauderdale
Greater Fort Lauderdale boasts an average year-round temperature of 77˚F and has 3,000+ hours of annual sunshine and is known as the Venice of America and Yachting Capital of the World. Explore 4,000+ eateries, 300+ miles of navigable waterways, eight distinct beaches, a thriving arts and culture scene, craft breweries, rooftop bars, diving, fishing and other outdoor adventures, world-class shopping and boats, yachts and superyachts moored at the area’s many marinas – all conveniently located in the center of South Florida. Made of up 31 municipalities, the destination boasts more than 35,000 lodging accommodations at a variety of hotels, luxury spa resorts and boutique properties, reflecting a cosmopolitan vibe. Upon arrival at FLL Airport (Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport), it is just five minutes to the beach, Port Everglades, the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center and downtown. Find trip planning inspiration at and follow @VisitLauderdale on FacebookInstagramTwitter and YouTube

About Visit Lauderdale
Visit Lauderdale is the official destination marketing organization for Greater Fort Lauderdale and serves as the tourism department for Broward County, Florida. Visit Lauderdale promotes the area’s 31 municipalities to a global audience of leisure and business travelers as the ideal place for Everyone Under the Sun in recognition of the area’s diverse and welcoming vibe, and books conventions into the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center and area hotels and resorts. Find more information at  and follow @VisitLauderdale on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.  



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Media Contact: 

Ivonne MacMillan
Visit Lauderdale
Tel: 954-767-2408