Set back from the hustle and bustle on the A1A, Kimpton: The Goodland is a tucked-away oasis of lush greenery and tropical landscaping paired with a fresh color palette with pops of sun-drenched South Florida colors like turquoise and terra cotta to present an entirely laid-back vibe.
An adaptive reuse of the historic Escape Hotel, which originally opened in 1950 as the first year-round resort in Fort Lauderdale Beach, the 96-room boutique property blends in perfectly with its mid-century, nostalgic look and feel of its North Beach Village neighborhood.
Placing an emphasis on discovery of experience, want-for-nothing amenities, and social programming aimed to appeal to hotel guests and locals alike, The Goodland is a sunshine-dappled world onto itself, where you can savor peaceful moments — and also shake up the party.
A captivating visual juxtaposition, the ground-floor restaurant, The Botanic at The Goodland, punches up the volume with layered textures and vibrant colors. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Botanic will serve up bold, healthful and eclectic flavors that feature local ingredients and Latin and Caribbean influences. With a menu that centers on locally-sourced ingredients, shareable plates, a creative beverage program and kicked-up energy, The Botanic has its sights on becoming a lively neighborhood favorite.
The adjacent, pool-side Good Bar at The Goodland continues the good vibes but with a decidedly more relaxed scene. Set amongst lush landscaping, this secluded outdoor bar and lounge will feature a concise menu of shareable plates and lighter fare with a beverage menu featuring gin and tonics, inventive frozen drinks and patio-perfect white and rosé wines.