Cruise from Fort Lauderdale return aboard the brand new Celebrity Beyond -designed to give guests endless opportunities to disconnect from the world!
Located directly on the Atlantic Ocean the property boasts a private beach taking you worlds away from its close proximity to all of Fort Lauderdale's signature attractions and venues.
Families love our plentiful suite options and beachfront access. We are located minutes from The Galleria Mall-Las Olas Boulevard-Beach Place and Fort Lauderdale International Airport.
We are also centrally located between Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties.
Pelican Grand Beach Resort is located directly on famed Fort Lauderdale Beach and is the only resort with direct ocean access within a mile. Featuring 400 feet of direct beach frontage we
are located far enough from the crowds but close enough to experience the arts-entertainment and dining that Fort Lauderdale is famous for. Guests love our zero entry heated pool and lazy
river-private beach and beachfront dining venues.
Featuring 157 guest rooms and suites-most feature step out balconies with views of the Atlantic Ocean or Intracoastal Waterway. The 11 story building has unobstructed views and direct oceanfront access.
Our oceanfront veranda offers outside dining and casual seating areas with white rocking chairs.
Step inside the beautiful Flamingo Gardens in Davie, a 60-acre Tropical Botanical Garden Paradise with over 3000 tropical and sub-topical plants and trees and home to the marvelous Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary for injured and endangered animals.
- Admire a stunning array of wildlife at the Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary
- Step back in time at the Wray Home Museum
- Take a tram tour through the lush rainforest
Discover the Flamingo Gardens in Davie, a beautiful 60-acre Tropical Botanical Garden Paradise and an Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary.
Hop aboard the Tram and explore some of the last original jungle growth in South Florida. Marvel at the scenery as you travel through a unique native hammock of 200-year-old oaks, a lush rainforest, tropical fruit groves and see the mitigated wetlands where many of the juvenile birds that are born in the Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary are released. Get a glimpse into life in the 1930's as you take a tour of the Wray Home Museum, the former summer residence of the founders of Flamingo Gardens Floyd and Jane Wray, built in 1933.
Take a walk through the Aviary, a 25,000 square foot Everglades free-flight facility, housing one of the largest collections of wading birds in America. Take a visit to the Aligator Lagoon, home to some of florida’s native alligators. You can also see Josh the Bear at the Black Bear Habitat, and watch the big cats prowl at the Panther and Bobcat Habitats. As well as adorable otters and other animals, no visit to the sanctuary would be complete without a visit to the Flamingo Pond, which showcases Caribbean Flamingos amidst their naturalistic environment of tropical vegetation and sparkling waterfalls!