Having Guests? Try These Boutique Hotels in Fort Myers

Jean Jones
August 05, 2015


Living in Florida means there is usually no shortage of people who want to come for a visit. You've got family coming into town and while we have great apartments, it might be too much to have them stay with you. Of course, you will want your near and dear to enjoy their stay in Fort Myers, so finding just the right hotel is the key to fantastic visit. Here are some options to consider: 

Hotel Indigo
1520 Broadway #4

The rooms in this elegant hotel feature hardwood floors, showers reminiscent of spas, complimentary high speed Internet and large, flat screen televisions. Your family and friends will love the rooftop pool and valet parking, and when it’s dinnertime, the on-site Sky Bar offers beautiful views and delicious food. There is even live entertainment on Saturday nights. 

Pink Shell Beach Resort
273 Estero Boulevard

If your family's trip is also a vacation, consider this gorgeous resort. No matter the size of your family, they’ll find the perfect home away from home in one- or two-bedroom villas or studio-style rooms. Some of the many amenities include walk-in showers, high-speed Internet, enclosed lanais and luxurious bedding. Your younger siblings or cousins will love the lagoon-style "Octopool," and older kids will throw off the teenage bored look with fast and furious tours on wave runners or gentle explorations on rented kayaks.  

GullWing Beach Resort
6620 Estero Boulevard

This resort prides itself on offering a homey feeling alongside their modern amenities and comfortable rooms. Each one-, two- or three-bedroom condo has a full kitchen so Mom can cook up her special linguine just for you. Afterward, everyone can enjoy watching the stars come out on the beach-view balcony. With hot tubs, a sparkling outdoor pool and complimentary bike rentals, no one will get bored on this vacation. 

Harbour House
450 Old San Carlos Boulevard

Another place your loved ones can find their home away from home is Harbour House, wonderfully close to the Times Square area. These cozy condos offer comfortable bedding, convenient kitchens, complimentary internet and covered parking. Check out the many nearby activities at the concierge desk, or pull up a chair at Harbour House's restaurant, The Pierside Grill, and order up the locally sourced red grouper cooked just the way you want it.  

So, treat your visiting family and friends right, and have them stay in one of these Fort Myer's boutique hotels. If you find another great getaway place, let us know in the comments.

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