10Best Fort Myers, FL Hotels
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New & Notable Fort Myers Hotels
Hot, new hotels in Fort Myers & notable places to stay this month.
During the summer of 2013, the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point in Estero hired two new employees, dressed in thick fur coats, even on the hottest Florida afternoon. Hoss and Honey Bear are 140-pound Newfoundland dogs who greet guests upon arrival at this casually luxurious hotel. Besides these gentle giants, guests also fall in love with the resort’s pristine private beach, lush grounds, top-notch dining and the 19,000-square-foot spa, among other things. Read more »All New & Notable Fort Myers Hotels »
The Sundial Beach Resort was once a hot spot for both tourists and locals to drink and dine, especially on the weekends. But new management made new rules, the locals were shut out and the resort experienced some decline. In 2012, the beachfront property changed hands again, got a six-million-dollar facelift and now it's back with a bang. Read more »All New & Notable Fort Myers Hotels »
About Fort Myers, FL Hotels
Traveling to Fort Myers? Hotels offer a wide array of amenities aimed to suite every travelers need, but some hotels cater to certain types of travelers. In town on a budget? Try a Fort Myers hotel that features low costs and high quality like the Tropical Sands Resort Fort Myers Beach. How about traveling with your pet? Pet-Friendly hotels in Fort Myers, such as the Crestwood Suites Fort Myers are as accommodating to you as they are to your furry friend. Hotel rates are higher from November to April and because spring training coincides with high season, March rooms need to be booked well in advance. Travel easier by booking your Fort Myers hotel room online, it's free and easy! 10Best's Fort Myers hotel guide will point you in the right direction.
- Fort Myers Expert Libby McMillan