Ayelet Weinstein Properties on a Mission: B Hotels & Resorts CEO Ayelet Weinstein. When she began building her career in multi-family real estate, the CEO and founder of B Hotels & Resorts, Ayelet Weinstein, didn’t even have the lodging industry on her radar. Now, she lives and breathes hotels.Aug 9, 2017
It may be cheaper to fly into Fort Lauderdale (FLL), but it should be noted that it can cost quite a bit more and take much longer to travel between the airport and Miami Beach. There is a free shuttle from the terminals to the Tri-Rail station and a one-way ticket to Miami costs $3.75 per person.Mar 19, 2019
Ride sharing apps are cheaper and more convenient than traditional cabs and can take you from Fort Lauderdale to Miami or any other Florida destination. The average cost of a ride from Fort Lauderdale Airport to Miami is $40-$54 dollars on Uber & $40-$45 dollars on Lyft.Jul 21, 2019
Best Beaches in Fort Lauderdale
- Hallandale Beach. Don't be distracted by South Florida's endless development and seemingly extinct natural terrain.
- North Ocean Park. Pompano Beach.
- Dania Beach. Dania Beach.
- Hollywood Beach. Hollywood.
- Lauderdale By The Sea. Lauderdale-by-the-sea.
- Pompano Beach.
- Deerfield Beach.
- Hillsboro Beach.
Arbor Realty Trust The Plaza Resort employs 150 full- and part-time workers. The Plaza Resort is owned by New York-based Arbor Realty Trust which acquired it through foreclosure during the Great Recession. The hotel is managed by North Carolina-based Boykin Management Co.Feb 26, 2020
Guests can travel with their pet and enjoy special hotel amenities upon checking into their room, including food and drink bowls, plush bed, and toys. A non-refundable cleaning fee is required starting at $65 per pet for up to 3 nights. Additional nights are $25 per pet per night.
Ayelet Weinstein Properties on a Mission: B Hotels & Resorts CEO Ayelet Weinstein. When she began building her career in multi-family real estate, the CEO and founder of B Hotels & Resorts, Ayelet Weinstein, didn't even have the lodging industry on her radar. Now, she lives and breathes hotels.Aug 9, 2017