8 of us ranging in ages from mid 30s to mid 60s headed to FTL to celebrate my partners 40th birthday. Friends stayed at all 3 properties. The guest relations was superb. We have stayed there a few times before and they remembered us, offering some fun stories from the last time we stayed. Our room was very clean and well appointed. Anytime we needed additional towels or coffee, they were right there to help. We took advantage of the clothing optional pool and met many of fun people from all over the US and Europe.
Happy hour in Saturday is provided by the resort and is always a great chance to take to everyone that stays there. Then we moved the party upstairs to the 3rd floor balcony and kept the party going. It is only a short $15 can ride into Wilton Manors where we went bar hopping with all of our new friends. Then each evening we relaxed in 1 of the property's 2 hot tubs. Again there was an opportunity to meet new people as the hot tubs were always busy.
Unfortunately the resort sold out on the last night and some of our friends needed to find another place to stay. The Worthington allowed our friends to keep coming back to hang out without charging a day pass fee. It was very much appreciated.
We love going to the Worthington. Everyone is friendly and the vibe is fun but not too cruisy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Worthington is the largest Gay clothing optional men's resort in North America. Three buildings, 63 rooms, 3 pools, two Hot tubs, free Continental breakfast, free parking, and just steps to the Beach. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Worthington Guest House Hotel Fort Lauderdale