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#55132 - 09/15/14 10:10 AM Ft. Lauderdale - Sea Gardens Resort Review
KrisComm Offline




Registered: 08/16/11
Posts: 328
Have you stayed at WorldMark Ft. Lauderdale - Sea Gardens? Here's your chance to tell other WorldMark owners what it's really like. How big is the pool? How hot is the hot tub? What do you wish you had known before you left home?

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#58649 - 01/17/19 11:33 AM Re: Ft. Lauderdale - Sea Gardens Resort Review [Re: KrisComm]
klouzalfamily Offline


Registered: 10/28/05
Posts: 1
Loc: Washington
I have not stayed here yet but I see the resort now has Wordmark units, at least it’s listed on the Worldmark web pages now.

The Worldmark units almost all have a 5 star rating and thus I never look but since Sea Gardens seems to have a poor reviews I checked and it has no rating on the Worldmark page. Either it hasn’t been brought up to WM standards or it hasn’t been rated yet. I hope that as part of WM it will continue the fine experiences we all have elsewhere.

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#55561 - 01/31/15 10:10 AM Re: Ft. Lauderdale - Sea Gardens Resort Review [Re: Jrho119]
slabeaume Offline


Registered: 03/29/04
Posts: 260
Originally Posted By: Jrho119
I was so afraid of that chowgirl !! But I booked it anyway for April. We have stayed in a Wyndham resort twice now and have been disappointed both times. They don't compare to WM. We wanted to go somewhere warmer after a NY winter,but couldn't find one resort ,even through RCI.
Well now we have to decide how badly we need to get away.
We have a 2 bedroom king. Were bringing another couple, I don't want to be embarrassed.
Was it a clean and up to date resort? What were some other issues?


We are Wyndham owners and have stayed here a few times. Even did an RCI exchange into this resort once. The resort is actually made up of 6 separate buildings. Each building has rooms configured differently. The 2 buildings on the beach are studio only units (thus the hotel description someone previously mentioned). It also has an unshaded pool between those buildings. The main resort area is beautifully landscaped and has a little store/deli as well as a game room and check in office. The buildings on either side of this pool are the "Waterfall" buildings. Somewhat older, but I believe they've been renovated----but I've not stayed in either of them. It has a nice pool, too, and a jacuzzi. The taller building in the back is the "Ocean Palms" building and is the newest building. I believe it was built for Wyndham. Those rooms are very nice---as nice as any Worldmark I've stayed in and I've been a Worldmark owner for about 15 years. The condos are built on top of a parking garage. It, too, has it's own heated pool and jacuzzi (although you can go to any). There is another building which doesn't really look like it's part of the resort across a side street all by itself. It's the "Key WEst" building. That's where they put us when we did the RCI exchange. After a few minor problems--like broken toilet seat and broken cover to the door lock---everything was really pretty nice. It had been recently renovated---maybe not as nicely as WM, but it was nice. It also had it's own pool. I did a blog from that trip which has pictures of that unit and the resort as well as stuff we did. I would suspect as an RCi exchanger, you may get put in Key West, but we found it to be ok.
http://travelingwithsue.blogspot.com/2012/12/2011-pompano-beach-florida-sisters-trip.html

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#55361 - 11/20/14 09:49 PM Re: Ft. Lauderdale - Sea Gardens Resort Review [Re: Jrho119]
steeler1mws Offline


Registered: 08/11/12
Posts: 26
We just booked Palm-Aire and Sea Gardens for Christmas 2015. To find out more about both of these resorts, I went to Tripadvisor.com then searched for Wyndham Sea Gardens. There are plenty of reviews on that site. I hope this helps.

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#55325 - 11/04/14 01:13 PM Re: Ft. Lauderdale - Sea Gardens Resort Review [Re: chowgirl]
Jrho119 Offline


Registered: 04/22/14
Posts: 4
Loc: USA NY
I was so afraid of that chowgirl !! But I booked it anyway for April. We have stayed in a Wyndham resort twice now and have been disappointed both times. They don't compare to WM. We wanted to go somewhere warmer after a NY winter,but couldn't find one resort ,even through RCI.
Well now we have to decide how badly we need to get away.
We have a 2 bedroom king. Were bringing another couple, I don't want to be embarrassed.
Was it a clean and up to date resort? What were some other issues?

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#55324 - 11/04/14 04:28 AM Re: Ft. Lauderdale - Sea Gardens Resort Review [Re: KrisComm]
chowgirl Offline


Registered: 01/17/07
Posts: 16
First of all this resort is a Wyndham resort that we are allowed to stay at. I wouldn't do it, you will be disappointed; the quality of the units is below what you would expect in WM resorts. The staff is not as knowledgeable, this means the front desk and the concierge. For example, we asked for a non stick pan which was listed on their inventory of things that's suppose to be in the unit. They said that they would bring one up..... 1.5 hours later someone shows up with a regular pan and tells us they don't have any of the non stick kind. His boss is ordering them and they should be here soon.

We stayed in both the 1.5 bedroom deluxe and the studio deluxe units. I would tell anyone to NOT stay in the studio deluxe as you are in a hotel looking unit that is across from the main resort and doesn't have garage parking.

All in all I would probably never come back here, I would probably look for a RCI unit next time rather than staying at a Wyndham one.

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