Nice little hotel with a kind of key west feel. Two bedroom suite was comfortable and clean. Nothing fancy - more of an old Florida feel. Check in easy/quick. Pool area clean. Few minutes to walk to beach.
This value resort in Fort Myers Beach lies 1 block from the Gulf of Mexico, 5 miles from Lover's Key State Park, and 12 …More
Awesome resort. Everything you could need right there. Pools and beach wonderful. Staff wonderful. Did not like the $32. daily fee that was attached when we arrived. Plenty to do for a charge. Would definitely come back.
Traveller from Kentucky
Situated on 1,500 feet of sugary white sand at the tip of Estero Island, this seaside resort is nestled between the sparkling …More
We were pleasantly surprised having never been to the area. We had a beachfront room right on the beach so it was nice to wake up and have our breakfast watching the beach come alive for the day, as well as watching the sunsets in the evening.
They have two pools- family and adult.
This area is quieter than being in the commercial center but we still had a grocery store nearby.
Originally I was a bit disappointed that the hotel didn't offer a restaurant or bar, but at the end I was happy that it didn't. This made for a quieter, more family-friendly environment. Besides, we could take a short walk down the beach to restaurants and tiki bars.
Traveller from Whidbey Island
Nestled on the beach, this Fort Myers Beach aparthotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Mound House, Matanzaz Pass Preserve, and Bay …More
Decidedly less ritzy than other Florida seaside towns, Fort Myers Beach is a favorite destination for families. Area singles, too, also pass the time here, especially at Lynn Hall Memorial Park and at Time Square’s bars, restaurants, and shops. Casino gambling is mostly illegal in Florida; a Fort Myers Beach-based casino cruise flouts this ban by floating just beyond the long arm of the law.