Depending on the city and budget limitation, some of the best places for seniors to stay when visiting Florida include Hyatt Regency Pier 66 and Courtyard Villa on the Sand in Fort Lauderdale, Loews South Beach and Park Central in Miami, The Barrymore Hotel Tampa Riverwalk and Le Meridien in Tampa, and Avanti International Resort and the Inn at Calypso in Orlando. Some budget hotels are Posh South Beach, North beach Camp Resort and Perry's Ocean Edge Resort.
If price isn't an issue, a good senior hotel in Miami is Loews South Beach, offering direct beach and ocean access, cabanas and daybeds, fine dining, and a pool and spa. For those with a limited budget, Catalina Hotel and Beach Club and Posh South Beach are both good choices. The former offers petite rooms that can hold one to two people, albeit with some squeezing. Although the money-saving rooms are small, the beds have 300-thread count sheets, down pillows and comforters, and Tempur-Pedic mattresses, making them as comfortable as possible. Miami's Posh South Beach is a hostel converted from a multimillion-dollar home that offers men and women dorms, a rooftop pool, memory foam mattresses and a state-of-the-art kitchen.
Fort Lauderdale offers several rooming options for seniors: Hyatt Regency Pier 66, Courtyard Villa on the Sand and Bonaventure Resort and Spa. The latter offers a luxurious spa and two pro golf courses along with rooms that are accessible for those with disabilities. The courtyard Villa on the Sand is a quieter budget option situated close to the beach.