Has Anybody Talked Directly with their Hotel in Ft Lauderdale / Miami since Irma?

As I look at my cruise choices for Nov/Dec, I've been doing the usual checking of hotels near the port. I'm wondering if some of these places are going to have displaced hurricaners living there for extended periods and not able to keep reservations...Anybody check that out yet?

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Here in Nevada, you can't make someone vacate a room ... Not sure what law is in Florida.

I haven't. But, I have tried a couple of mock bookings and the first available rooms are September 18th, 20 days before my arrival date.

That's kind of what alarmed me in that there was an abundance of rooms available online but I've been following news indicating otherwise especially with the number of homeless from the Keys...saw where some Holiday Inns had cut a deal with FEMA?

Your stay is soon enough that I'd call the hotel direct if I were you just to be on safe side...

I call the hotel today and the lady said the hotel is open



Check and re-check!

I did get an email from them yesterday offering deals on rentals and free shuttle service to and from any location within reason. I'm looking forward to checking in at this time 4 days from now.

CTAV - promise me that you and your DGF will take me with you in "spirit" and have a fabulous time on your cruise ... Sending super positive vibes for a great vacay!


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