Deerfield Beach Live Cam

Situated just above the main lobby, and is typical of the view from Oceanfront guestrooms


Hosted by:
  • Wyndham Deerfield Beach Resort
  • 2096 NE 2nd Street, Deerfield Beach
  • Florida 33441 - United States
  • 954-428-2850
  • [email protected]

Broward County - South of the Palm Beach County Line

Our heated outdoor pool is yours to enjoy 365 days a year. Which is especially welcome news to our neighbors up north. But no matter where you’re from, you’ll marvel at the pool’s stunning ocean view. Our Health & Fitness Center is accessible with your room key card and is the ideal place for anyone who wants to workout. And Nightly Entertainment in our Patio Bar ensures you’ll always have fun evening plans, even if you don’t wish to leave the property.

We think the one thing that rivals our view is the look of our rooms. Thanks to our total renovation, the room design is now sleek and contemporary yet utterly comfortable. Inside each guestroom, espresso-colored furniture is accented in exotic zebrawood. A tatami-style rug complements the tile floor that has the look of sun-bleached driftwood. While floor-to-ceiling windows allow the natural sunlight to pour in. Choose from Queen/Queen or King rooms. No matter your preference, Wyndham’s own 100% cotton BeWell bedding will welcome you each night. A big flat screen TV and free complimentary internet let you know we’re as focused on state-of-the-art technology as we are on style. In the bathroom, granite surfaces, premium bath amenities, and a frameless glass shower enclosure with rainfall showerheads provide a decidedly spa-like feeling.

We have a limited number of suites for those who wish to have a little more space to spread out in. These smartly designed rooms offer extra square footage with an integrated living and sleeping area. Plus, with a king size bed in every suite, there’s even maximum space under the stylish duvet. Extra touches such as comfortable chaise lounge in the main room and a digital scale in the bathroom are also yours to enjoy.

At the Wyndham Deerfield Beach Resort the only thing that comes close to the warmth of the Florida sun is the welcome you’ll receive when you arrive. Our goal is to make sure you’re well cared for, so allow our Valet to park your car, and then have one of our Bellman take care of your bags. In our stylish lobby you’ll not only find a spectacular water view but also our knowledgeable Concierge staff. Simply ask if you need a dinner reservation, suggestions for the day’s activity, or just directions. Towel and drink service by the pool are just two more ways we ensure nothing will get in the way of your relaxation. With two restaurants and three bars on the property, you’ll enjoy great variety along with great fare. Our on-site Market is the place to find a magazine, snack, or any little item you may have forgotten to pack. Of course, we not only provide free Wi-Fi in our guestrooms but also in all the public spaces. And if work beckons, our Business Center is at your disposal 24 hours a day.

Broward County is located near the Atlantic Ocean and the Everglades in the beautiful Southeast Florida. It has a total land area of 1,197 square miles of which the western 787 square miles are Conservation Area and are protected from development. Of the remaining 410 developable square miles of land, there are 29 municipalities and 23 miles of beach. Broward County is the second largest county in Florida with an estimated 1996 population of 1.4 million. Of this population, the County has enjoyed a diversity of backgrounds from all ages, and from all over the U.S. and the Globe.

Broward County maintains a unique mix in its age distribution and diversity of culture. In 1990, Broward's median age was 37.7. Home to many retirees, Broward County staff estimates that 20% of the County's population in 1995 was 65 and over. The County also embraces a growing youth population. An estimated 25% of the total population is 19 or younger.

Broward County boasts an ethnically diverse population. The 1980's saw a significant increase in the Latin American population. More recent statistics from the University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, indicate that from 1990 to 1996, 83.1% of the growth in Broward County has been attributed to net migration from all over the U.S. and the World.

Due to this mix of ethnicities, many different languages are spoken within the County. In 1990, 17.7% of the population aged 5 and over spoke a language other than English, and of those, 38.8% responded that they did not speak English well. Furthermore, 45% of the population aged 5 and over who spoke a language other than English, spoke Spanish.

In 1990 there were 528,442 households in Broward County. Of all households, 30.1% were married without children and 29.5% were one-person households. The total number of households has continued to grow. According to the University of Florida, as of April 1, 1996, the number of households were estimated at 588,336, an increase of 11.3% since 1990.

In 1990, 76.8% of Broward County's population aged 25 and over had a high school diploma or more, whereas only 7.4% had less than a ninth grade education. In addition, 18.8% of the population aged 25 and over had a bachelor's degree or higher and of those 6.4% held a graduate or professional degree. Broward County offers a wide variety of educational opportunities to its residents. The County's public school system is the second largest school district in the State of Florida, educating over 200,000 students in 1996.

Aside from one of the largest fully-accredited public school systems in the nation, the Florida Department of Education approximates 140 private schools in Broward County that educate over 27,500 students. In addition to primary and secondary education, there are several colleges and universities in Broward County that provide both Continuing Education courses and programs for degree-seeking students at all levels of academia.

The Florida Department of Labor and Employment Security, reported that in 1996 the annual average unemployment rate in Broward County was 5.1%, which is below the national average. Of those employed in the nonagricultural industries, 34% of the workforce were employed in the Service Sector and another 22% were employed in the Retail Sector. The Government Sector was the third largest employer, with 14% of the workforce.

Aside from the existing industry base, Broward County is seeking to attract new types of businesses, such as the film making and health care industries. Furthermore, Broward County is focusing on international trade. Responding to the globalization of the nation's economy, Broward is taking advantage of its prime location to Central and South American markets.

In 1990, median household income was $30,571. According to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, 1990 per capita income in Broward County was $22,393 and rose to $25,494 in 1994. The Broward Alliance projects per capita income to reach $34,632 by the year 2000.

In 1990, Broward County's population reached 1,255,488 and has risen steadily since then. By the year 2000, Broward County staff projects the population will continue to climb reaching 1,495,599. This equates to a growth rate of 19% over the ten-year period.

In response to this population growth, development and construction have also continued to increase in Broward County. According to Sun-Sentinel Research Services, building permits for residential units increased by 16.7% in 1996 as compared to the previous year. Furthermore, from 1995 to 1996, building permits issued for nonresidential construction increased in value by 58.8% to $386 million.

These east/west boulevards are (from north to south), Commercial, Oakland Park, Sunrise, Broward and Las Olas. The only exception is 17th Street Causeway which is the major east/west artery that leads past Port Everglades and turns into A1A (the beach road). All have bridges over the Intracoastal Waterway to the beaches except, strangely, Broward.

In between the named boulevards are the numbered streets that are consecutively arranged according to the following easy system. They are intersected by numbered avenues that run north/south. There is the odd exception, but this rule will help you in most instances.

Andrews Avenue divides the city between east and west and Broward Blvd. divides the north & south. Streets run east and westwhile avenues run north and south. There are four quadrants that an address can be located in NE, NW, SE, and SW. If an address is in the NE quadrant, it is north of Broward Boulevard and east of Andrews Avenue.

When you step off your plane into the terminal at Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport, you'll immediately see that Greater Fort Lauderdale considers convenient transportation a top priority. Everything at the airport is new, from its parking garage and terminal to its connecting superhighways.

Thirty airlines offer 452 flights daily, with non-stop service to 30 U.S. cities and the Bahamas and service to more than 20 European cities. One of the airport's best features is its central location. It's only seven minutes away from the Broward County Convention Center, major hotels, beaches and Port Everglades, the world's largest five-star cruise port.

The area is also within 45 minutes of international airports at Miami and West Palm Beach, greatly increasing the number of flights available. The county also has three facilities for corporate aircraft: Fort Lauderdale Executive, North Perry and Pompano airports.