Hallandale Beach


Hallandale Beach, Florida is located along the Atlantic coastline of Florida in Broward County, and is considered one of the fastest growing cities in the county. This relaxing city is well-loved by many vacationers who eventually retire in this beautiful beach community, partly because of a variety of activities that cater to an upscale lifestyle.


In 1947, Hallandale Beach was just called Hallandale, because the city did not have any beachfront property. But, this changed when the city annexed some of the unincorporated land that was adjacent to the Atlantic coastline.

In 1999, the city’s name was changed to Hallandale Beach. There are north and south portions of Hallandale Beach; and like any typical Florida beach, you can expect a beautiful day of playing on the sand and in the surf.

Staying at the beach can be an all-day affair, since there’s fabulous nearby eateries close to the beach. The north end of the beach has the Beachside Cafe, and the south end offers food concessions along with a sit-down restaurant, Joseph’s on the Water.

Parking, showers, and restrooms are available both on the north and south ends of Hallandale Beach. There is also a pavilion, playground, bocce ball courts, and lifeguards at the south end of the beach, and there is sand volleyball at the north end of the beach.

Things To Do

The beach is the perfect place to enjoy the Florida east coast. It is great for swimming, building sandcastles, looking for shells, playing volleyball, or working on your tan. This area is also well known as a hotspot for deep sea fishing, boating, and golfing.

Hallandale Beach has plenty to offer families, couples, friends and everyone looking to have a great vacation. Families will love driving up and see the water tower that’s painted like a beach ball to kick off their vacation. And many couples and friends will enjoy getting a chance to visit the two casinos that call this area home: Gulf Stream Park features world-class thoroughbred horse racing, and Mardi Gras Gaming features exciting dog racing action six months a year.

Hallandale Beach’s attractions are sure to give you plenty of exciting things to do, no matter how long you decide to stay.

Places to Stay

When visiting Hallandale Beach, there are plenty of options for places to stay. Most of the options for accommodations are vacation rentals, which can be found online. But there are also several chain hotels, such as Best Western, Hampton Inn, and Knights Inn. And there is a B&B, Richard's Motel Extended Stay.

If you are interested in a resort vacation, the Crowne Plaza Hollywood Beach is just outside the city limits of Hallandale Beach and offers all the amenities of a resort destination.

Places to Eat

One of the benefits of staying in a community with an upscale population is the abundance of diverse dining experiences offered by over a hundred restaurants.

You’ll find cuisine from a wide variety of cultures, extremely fresh seafood, and more.

Restaurant choices include Padrino’s Cuban Cuisine, Ceviche Street, Yard House, Brio Tuscan Grill, Juniper on the Water, Flashback Diner, Eddie Hill’s Restaurant, BurgerFi, and The French Quarter.

Good luck choosing where to eat, since there are so many tasty options.


There are some great shopping opportunities while visiting Hallandale Beach.

The Village at Gulfstream Park offers the greatest variety of shops from which to choose, including art galleries, a luxury cigar shop, shops for babies and children items, homewares, health and beauty, fashion, and more. Some of the shop names will be familiar such as Pottery Barn, and others are more high-end like Bang & Olufsen.

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