Locally Managed Vacation Homes You Can Trust

Andres Gonzalez and Gabrielle Zahler are seasoned professionals in the vacation rental industry that have a deep knowledge of and appreciation for the Greater Fort Lauderdale area. With a genuine love for hospitality, they go above and beyond to ensure that homeowners receive top-notch care and attention, while their guests enjoy an exceptional experience throughout their stay.

This highly energetic and detail-oriented team has more than 15 years combined experience within vacation rentals and property management. Prior to opening Casago Fort Lauderdale, Andres and Gabrielle worked for the largest vacation rental organization in the U.S., where they helped launch the company into the Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood Beach markets. As natives of South Florida, they are the local experts that homeowners and guests alike have come to know and trust for exceptional hospitality in Greater Fort Lauderdale area. This hospitality-minded duo treats each home as if it were their own and each guest as if they were family, and they love sharing their recommendations for the best things to do, see and experience while vacationing to their sunny slice of paradise!

Andres and Gabrielle’s dedication to providing outstanding local service and their in-depth knowledge of the region make them a trusted choice for anyone seeking a remarkable vacation rental experience in the Greater Fort Lauderdale area.

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Welcome To Fort Lauderdale

With more than 3,000 hours of sunshine each year, Fort Lauderdale offers an enticing array of reasons to visit and explore its vibrant cityscape. Nestled along the breathtaking Atlantic coastline in South Florida, this popular destination captures the hearts of travelers from around the globe.

One of the primary attractions of Fort Lauderdale is its stunning beaches. With miles of pristine coastline and crystal-clear waters, the city boasts an idyllic setting for sun-worshippers and water enthusiasts alike. From swimming and sunbathing to engaging in thrilling water sports such as paddleboarding, snorkeling, and jet skiing, Fort Lauderdale’s beaches provide endless opportunities for leisure and adventure.

Beyond its captivating shorelines, Fort Lauderdale is renowned for its vibrant arts and culture scene. The city proudly showcases a diverse array of museums, art galleries, and performance venues, catering to every artistic taste. From the fascinating exhibits at the Museum of Discovery and Science to the breathtaking performances at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, cultural enthusiasts will find themselves immersed in a world of creativity and inspiration.

For nature lovers, Fort Lauderdale offers an abundance of natural wonders to explore. The city is home to numerous parks and gardens, such as Hugh Taylor Birch State Park and Butterfly World, where visitors can bask in the beauty of lush landscapes and encounter a variety of flora and fauna. The Everglades, a short drive away, present an extraordinary opportunity to witness the awe-inspiring ecosystem of wetlands and encounter unique wildlife in their natural habitat.

Fort Lauderdale’s year-round tropical climate ensures a pleasant atmosphere for outdoor activities and events. From boat shows and music festivals to art fairs and sporting events, the city hosts a wide range of entertaining and engaging events that captivate visitors of all ages and interests.

With its picturesque beaches, cultural treasures, natural wonders, and lively atmosphere, Fort Lauderdale beckons visitors seeking an unforgettable vacation experience. This dynamic city truly offers something for everyone, making it an enticing destination that promises cherished memories and an escape to paradise.

FAQs About Fort Lauderdale

If someone only had one day there, what would you put on their itinerary?

Begin your day by embarking on a memorable adventure aboard a water taxi, allowing you to navigate the picturesque Intercoastal Waterway. This scenic journey will provide stunning views of luxurious waterfront mansions, charming canals, and majestic yachts.

Once you’ve soaked in the beauty of the waterways, disembark and spend a few hours immersing yourself in the sun-kissed atmosphere of Fort Lauderdale’s pristine beaches. Take a leisurely stroll along the soft sand, feel the refreshing ocean breeze on your face, and dip your toes in the azure waters. Relax, unwind, and let the coastal serenity wash over you.

After enjoying some beach time, head to a beach bar or downtown brewery to quench your thirst and savor the local flavors. Whether you prefer a tropical cocktail or a craft beer, Fort Lauderdale offers a variety of waterfront establishments where you can unwind and indulge in a laid-back atmosphere. You must try the World Famous Elbo Room for cheap drinks and games – opened in 1958, it’s the first commercial establishment in the world to go live with web cameras in 1994.

As the day winds down, it’s time to satiate your appetite with a delicious dinner at Las Olas restaurant, then enjoy a leisurely stroll by the riverfront. If you’re in the mood for dancing and fun, head to Rose Nightclub in downtown Fort Lauderdale or nearby DAER Nightclub at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

Are there any local favorite things to do/restaurants?

Absolutely! Fort Lauderdale is a treasure trove of local favorites that offer unique experiences for both residents and visitors. For a taste of the city’s renowned seafood, Southport Raw Bar is a beloved spot where you can indulge in fresh oysters and delicious seafood platters while enjoying a laid-back atmosphere and waterfront views. If you’re in the mood for a lively sports bar with great food, Rendezvous Bar & Grill is a local favorite known for its mouthwatering burgers, wings, and extensive beer selection. Beer enthusiasts will also appreciate Laser Wolf, a craft beer haven that offers a rotating selection of carefully curated brews in a hip and welcoming setting. For a delightful combination of floral arrangements and coffee, Ann’s Florist & Coffee Bar is a charming spot where you can enjoy a cup of Joe while perusing beautiful blooms. Finally, those seeking a unique speakeasy experience can head to Rm 901, a hidden gem known for its creative cocktails and cozy ambiance. These local favorites capture the spirit of Fort
Lauderdale and offer an opportunity to immerse yourself in the city’s vibrant food, drink, and cultural scene.

What is the closest major airport to Fort Lauderdale?

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) serves as the primary major airport for the Fort Lauderdale area. Located approximately 3 miles southwest of downtown Fort Lauderdale, FLL provides convenient access for travelers flying into or out of the city. The airport is also conveniently situated about 6 miles north of Hollywood Beach, a popular coastal destination known for its beautiful sandy shores and vibrant atmosphere. Additionally, Miami International Airport (MIA) is in close proximity, located approximately 30 miles south of Fort Lauderdale, offering an alternative option for travelers looking to access the region.

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