The Bridge at Cordova is not a 5 star hotel, what it is is an affordable, safe and clean place, well located, with a pleasant staff that accommodates the guest every way they possibly can. We stayed four days in June on our way to the Dominican Republic and 4 days in July upon our return, although we had a choice of getting a luxurious place for the same price, as a friend of my daughter' s works in a nearby hotel and she would have given us the same rate for a luxurious room that normally cost twice as much and would of ended costing the same as Bridge at Cordova, we chose to return to Cordova because it didn't feel like a tourist trap,it was very private and the staff was very helpful. Jorge the owner picked us up from the airport and took us in the wee hours of the morning back for our return home. He was always available, helpful and very jovial. Tommy is a treasure. He is young and sweet and will bend back to get one anything that is requested if it is at all possible. Mr. Clark, the manager helped with the bags and always allowed us to enter the office and use the phone or the computers and in our case, he at times came with his cell to bring us calls from my daughter as we did not have a cell phone and there was no phone in our room. This is a small hostel which has private rooms with kitchens and the cleaning lady comes by daily to provide fresh towels and toiletries. The staff works well together and although there is a lot of young people (we are seniors from California with young spirits) they were all friendly and courteous. What can we say about this place other than if you want to get the most for your money staying in a clean, safe, no-frills-kind-of-place, close to restaurants and shopping, and with a helpful staff, you must consider Bridge at Cordova as your home away from home.
(I just read a couple of past reviewers who said that there were bed bugs and that good reviews must be an inside job, let me assure you this is not the case with us, there might be minor flaws in a place that is a family, innexpensive hostel and one must come with an open mind to live with them, but let me assure you there were no bed bugs in our room and even 'Mr. Bates' was helpful. The place was clean, safe, affordable, but even the most expensive hotel in the world is going to have a guest that will find fault at the silver not being polished to the highest gloss, in other words, it is hard for everybody that stays at a place to be totally ecstatic, but I can guarantee you that the majority who stay at the Bridge at Cordova are happy after comparing what is available in Fort Lauderdale and the cost of hotel stays there)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Key West experience in Ft Lauderdale.We weekly cater dozens of people coming to the convention center only 8 minutes walking away and people using Port Everglades on their way to cruises who use our property as a bridge; The rooms are spacious with their own bathroom, kitchenette, patio, plasma TV and on top of that breakfast and transportation included. Were are a family small budget hotel with 22 suites with jacuzzi surrounded by 40 restaurants, convenience stores, water taxi, shopping center, all walking distance. The beach is only 8 minutes away by bus, plenty of transportation. Port Everglades is only 4 minutes away and there is a fee of $6.00 per person. It will be a pleasure to prove my word as owner of this property. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Bridge At Cordova Hotel Fort Lauderdale