Hipmunk Hotels: Beachfront Stays in Fort Myers, Treasure Island, Cocoa Beach, and more
A beach vacation is a great way to relax, recharge, and unwind. Finding the perfect place to stay during your beach vacation is key to having an enjoyable trip. Florida has some great beaches, and these beachfront stays in Fort Myers, Treasure Island, Cocoa Beach, Marco Island, and Vero Beach, are worth checking out.
Dig Your Toes in the Sand on Fort Myers Beach
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Save on your hotel stay when traveling during off-season to Fort Myers Beach. Get the best rates from July through September. Outrigger Beach Resort has rooms starting at $112 per night for a standard king room. Relax at the outdoor pool with a drink from the Tiki Bar, while overlooking the beach. Sign up for activities offered by the hotel or just walk a few steps to the beach. Guests can dine at Deckside Cafe for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Stroll on the Boardwalk in Treasure Island
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John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk is one of the most popular places to visit on Treasure Island. Travelers can enjoy shopping, local dining, and a variety of water sports at John’s Pass. Madeira Bay Resort & Spa is close to John’s Pass, with room rates starting around $167 per night. Treasure Bay Resort & Marina is across the street from the beach, but offers rates as low as $90 per night.
The Hidden Paradise of Cocoa Beach
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Cocoa Beach is known for its luxurious beaches and world-class spa resorts, but travelers to the area can still find affordable hotels on or close to the beach. La Quinta Inn Cocoa Beach-Port Canaveral is just a 15 minute drive from Cocoa Beach Pier with rooms as low as $72 per night. International Palms Oceanfront Resort Cocoa Beach is an oceanfront resort with rooms starting at $68 per night.
Give Airbnb a try on Marco Island
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If you’re planning a visit to Marco Island, try giving Airbnb properties a try to save on your travel and to find unique stays. This private bedroom condo in Calusa Island Village costs $103 per night, and the owners offers tips and advice for you to explore Marco Island. Grab a group of friends and book this 3 bedroom coach home for $455 per night, it’s located in a gated community with a pool and fitness center.
Boutique Hotels in Vero Beach
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Vero Beach offers various activities for all kinds of travelers, so when visiting the area why not find a hotel that’s unique. The Caribbean Court Boutique Hotel is just a 10 minute drive from the McKee Botanical Garden, and rooms start at $130 per night at this Mediterranean inspired boutique hotel. The hotel’s restaurant Maison Martinique, is open for dinner and serves French cuisine. Sea Spray Inn is a tropical inspired hotel, and rooms here cost $107 per night.
If you’re planning travel to Florida and plan to visit any of these beaches, these hotels are sure to help you have an enjoyable vacation you won’t forget.