HOT 100 Timeshare Resale, Marriott’s BeachPlace Towers

HOT 100 timeshare property #89 is Marriott’s BeachPlace Towers in Fort Lauderdale, a beachside highrise that faces the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intercoastal Waterway to the west. Located only 8 miles from Fort Lauderdale airport, or some 25 miles from Miami International Airport, BeachPlace Towers offers the best of Florida fun and sun with entertainment to suit the entire family, from the Miami Metro Zoo, to upscale shopping, and even a sparkling nightlife.

This mixed-use Marriott timeshare resort has both hotel suites and vacation ownership villas, providing guests the amenities of a timeshare resort and the services of a luxurious hotel.

Plan a timeshare resale vacation in Fort Lauderdale.

Marriott’s BeachPlace Towers timeshare units:

  • Accommodate up to 8 guests
  • Have kitchens and dining areas
  • Offer use of the oceanfront owner’s lounge
  • Have two oceanview spas
  • Have an exercise facility with steam room
  • Offer a children’s play area
  • Include 3-stories of retail stores and restaurants currently offers timeshare resales at Marriott’s BeachPlace, starting at less than $11,000 for a lifetime of vacation ownership as well as Marriott’s BeachPlace timeshare rentals at owner negotiable prices.

More about Fort Lauderdale, a Classic Vacation Destination

In the 1960 hit movie, Where the Boys Are, when 4 college coeds headed to the beach in search of young romance, Fort Lauderdale was their beach destination of choice. And if you remember Connie Francis and Yvette Mimieux playing college girls or George Hamilton portraying a heartthrob college boy, then you also remember that the success of Where the Boys Are, followed by Connie Francis’ hit song by the same name, gave the city international iconic status as the “hot” place to spend Spring Break.

Since the 1980’s, city officials in Fort Lauderdale have cracked down to protect their city by enforcing tougher laws and stricter policies. While Fort Lauderdale still entertains thousands of young people on school vacations each year, Mexico and the Caribbean have somewhat replaced it as a top Spring Break destination. And Fort Lauderdale does not miss the rowdy crowd at all. Instead, they roll out the red carpet for families on vacations, ensuring that their town is a fun, but safe place for visitors of all ages.

Play this YouTube and listen to Francis belt out her famous song. It will either bring back wonderful memories or create new appreciation for one of the most popular female vocalists of the ’50s and ’60s.