Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotels will treat guests to some sweet holiday displays, ranging from Deep-Sea Fishing Snowmen to a Candy Coated Yacht and an Edible Santa's Workshop.
The Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa display should be completed just after Thanksgiving and will feature a Snowman deep-sea fishing with a working six-foot lighthouse, assorted palm trees and tropical foliage in the background- made completely of sweets.
The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale invites guests to sail away on Lady Lauderdale! This holiday season, the hotel’s resident gingerbread sailboat, is back home anchored in the lobby. The world-class pastry team at The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale has given ship building a whole new meaning. Constructed of more than 60 pounds of sugar, 190 pounds of flour, and nearly three pounds of cinnamon, Lady Lauderdale is one sweet vessel. One of the largest gingerbread structures in the world, she will be sure to make waves throughout the holiday season.
Guests visiting the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel this holiday season will be treated to a delicious welcome. Located in the hotel lobby, guests can admire the hotel’s over-the-top Santa’s Candy Workshop display complete with 10 pounds of gingerbread cookies, 15 pounds of sugar, 30 pounds of fluffy white frosting and 10 pounds of assorted candy. This edible work of art was created by the resort’s Executive Pastry Chef, Sireena Edwards and her talented pastry team and took over 48 hours of preparation.
The Westin Beach Resort & Spa, Fort Lauderdale welcomes holiday visitors with a pop-up sweet shop from the property’s talented pastry chef. Chef Sireena’s candy shop features a variety of decadent treats infused with holiday flavors such as gingerbread cookies, peppermint chip biscotti, sea salt caramel cupcakes, French macaroons, white chocolate swirl peppermint bark, assorted fudge and holiday cake pops in flavors such as spiced white chocolate gingerbread and pumpkin praline. Guests can also marvel at the resort’s own gingerbread village created with over 65 pounds of all edible delights.