With four lively terminals, Fort Lauderdale / Hollywood International Airport (FLL) offers travelers a positive experience. When visiting Fort Lauderdale for business, there are plenty of unique shops and dining options directly in the airport.
Whether you’re staying for a quick layover in Fort Lauderdale or will be exploring the sites, there’s plenty to do both inside and outside FLL.
Within the Fort Lauderdale airport, business travelers can take advantage of many services, including currency exchange, travel insurance, fax machines, money wire transfers, U.S. mail drop-off, ATMs (found in all four terminals), and more. Airport Wi-Fi is also free and available in all terminals, the rental car center, and concourses.
Pre-security, you will find numerous dining options and services, including Urban Market, Starbucks, and Lime-A-Rita. Here, you’ll also find a phone re-charger station, ATM, and currency service center.
n the post-security area, a Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport layover will never be boring. As a business traveler, you may be interested in some or all of the shops, including Tech-On-The-Go, Hudson, and 5th and Sunset.
Next, grab a bite! Treat yourself to some tacos and tequila at La Familia, a quality burger at BurgerFi, or a gourmet sandwich at Pronto Mercato.
Before you go through security, you can stop at Starbucks for a quick drink, as well as the business center.
Once you’ve been cleared, the possibilities open up. In concourse D, sample the Great American Bagel, or some rustic meatballs at Torn Basil. In the same area, you’ll find some great shops, including Life Is Good, CNN NewsStand, and Sweet Indulgences.
As a business traveler, you know there are often a lot of downtimes. Before you head through security, stop at the Plane Box Food Company for some snacks. If you’re on a Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport layover and have some time to kill, the public baggage storage allows you to explore the surrounding area with ease.
In concourses E, F, and Las Olas Boulevard (between concourses), you will love the variety of dining options and shops, Harvest Grounds is perfect for those traveling in the morning, serving up coffee and pastries. For those looking for a memorable bite and pint of craft beer, the Food Network Kitchen is a must-try.
Before heading into security at the airport, sample some ceviche and unique beverages from Cross Grains Brewery. In concourse G and H, you can sample anything from Mexican to Italian cuisine before picking up gourmet chocolates for your next client meeting in Fort Lauderdale.
In terminal 4, you can access currency exchange from 8:30 a.m. until 9:00 p.m., seven days a week. You can also have your baggage wrapped here (in addition to terminals 1 and 3) for $15 before boarding your flight. Before you reach security, you can also access an ATM or the post office.
Perfect for any business traveler, in concourse H, you’ll find CNBC Smartshop and Tropical News Kiosk. Before you head to a client meeting in Fort Lauderdale, the Broward Duty-Free Shops is also a great stop-off location within concourse G.