The county bus system. BCT provides for connections with the bus systems in other parts of the metropolitan area: Metrobus in Miami-Dade County and Palm Tran in Palm Beach County. Buses are available, but often slow and inconvenient. There is a push to increase bus service.
Centralized location with restaurants, shops, galleries, entertainment, and a newly renovated park. Downtown Hollywood is renowned as a center of art deco, second locally only to South Beach, and filled with art galleries and beautifully restored historic 1930's feel.
Ramada Hollywood Beach Resort hotel offers quality oceanfront lodging accommodations near the airport, cruise ship port terminal and local tourist attractions. Packages/specials available.
A boutique hotel with studios, 1 & 2 bedroom beach suites situated in the heart of Hollywood Beach and just ten minutes' drive from Fort Lauderdale Airport.
Hostel on the beach with dorms and private rooms. Kitchen, security lockers, free wireless internet available. Surfboards and bike rentals offered.
Located in north Hollywood. Offers walking trails surrounding a lake, recreational facilities, a public pool, water park, and campground hookups.
Here you can see the Seminole Okalee Indian Village, and the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum and get a feel for the local Seminole culture.
Huge resort featuring a 4-star hotel, casino, shopping, nightclubs, dining, and numerous entertainment venues.
Has gorgeous beaches, boating, kayak and hobiecat rentals, a small outdoor restaurant, and public grills.
Located on the Intercoastal Highway, away from the busy strip of tourist hotels in Fort Lauderdale.
A small art museum located Downtown, in a renovated 1920's Mission-style mansion.
Clean, safe and comfortable motel with large pool.
Upscale business hotel with 100% all-suite rooms.
Hollywood can be divided into four different areas. The first would be '''Hollywood Beach''' along the Atlantic Ocean, where you will find most of the action. A short ways inland is Art Deco '''downtown Hollywood''', filled with restaurants, shops, a park, and California essence housing. From here on out there is not much to see as residual housing and small business occupies the area. When you finally get to the edge of town by the Florida Turnpike, you will find a few hotels, casinos and other attractions here along an Indian reservation owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida who have lived in the area since the 18th century.