AC Hotel Fort Lauderdale Airport Opens Its Doors in South Florida

USA, Miami, Florida. September 22, 2021

AC Hotels, part of Marriott Bonvoy's portfolio of 30 extraordinary brands, announced the opening of AC Hotel Fort Lauderdale Airport, the brand's newest South Florida property. AC Hotel Fort Lauderdale Airport is set in an unparalleled location, within minutes of Fort Lauderdale International Airport, Port Everglades Cruise Terminals, and Las Olas Boulevard - Fort Lauderdale's top choice destination for everything from fashion and art galleries to memorable restaurants and nostalgic sidewalk cafes.

"We are thrilled to expand the presence of AC Hotels in one of South Florida's most up-and-coming travel destinations," said Mychal Milian, General Manager of AC Hotel Fort Lauderdale Airport. "Following an unprecedented year for the travel industry, we are excited to welcome guests and locals alike to escape traditional travel and experience a modern and purposeful stay at our 154-room property."

Guests staying at AC Hotel Fort Lauderdale Airport can start every morning at the AC Kitchen, featuring a European-inspired breakfast, with signature French croissants and thinly sliced Italian Prosciutto from AC's iconic Berkel slicing machine. During the day and into the evening, the restaurant offers Spanish-inspired tapas paired with signature cocktails, local craft beer and wine for happy hour, lunch and dinner. Boozy libations include drinks like the tequila-based Pineapple Paloma; and the Patriota - a mix of Havana Club Anejo Blanco Silver Rum, Fernet Branca Menta, crema de cacao and Cuban coffee. AC Kitchen's food menu offers a variety of small and large plates, such as the Tortilla Espanola; a Hummus & Crudite spread; Shrimp & Chorizo Spanish Rice; and the signature AC Burger. AC Kitchen ends on a sweet note with the Cinnamon & Sugar Churros with chocolate dipping sauce.

AC Hotel Fort Lauderdale Airport's design is purposeful, contemporary and elegant, staying true to the brand's aesthetic. Each guestroom is designed to maximize space with simple, modern design and sleek furnishings, applying a premium level of attention to even the smallest needs. AC Hotel Fort Lauderdale Airport believes in giving their guests everything they need in a hotel experience, and nothing they don't. By removing the unwanted extras, guests can say goodbye to cluttered in-room marketing and hello to a perfectly open space designed to be whatever the guest would like it to be.

Those looking for an outdoor experience can enjoy the hotel's elevated pool with sweeping views of the city, luxe cabanas and a full-service drink and food menu perfect for poolside sips and bites. Additional amenities include an AC Lounge® lobby bar, 24-hour gym boasting views of the pool and city skyline, and various shared, flexible indoor and outdoor event space.

Throughout the hotel, guests will find art curated specifically for Fort Lauderdale, a library featuring books that exemplify AC's design sensibilities and signature moments such as a DIY lavender turn down service. The hotel will also offer a full array of their AC Unpacked programming to guests and locals. This unique series of curated and innovative property experiences include live music, fitness classes, mixology lessons, networking events, and more.

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