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There are only 4 people on staff at this tiny place but they are extremely polite and accommodating. Beach access is across the street and makes for spending time on the beach easy. The room was comfortable and spacious. The poolside grills are an umexpected but awesome touch to the place.
I could here the people from the other room snoring. It was disgusting. The door in between the two rooms wasn't sealed enough. When I went to check out the lady in front desk was rude. Besides that everything was great. Very cvlen and comfortable.
Check in was fine except we wanted a smoking room and i was informed they had given my room away. But they did have a room so no biggie. The room was clean and well maintained. Pillows sucked lol. They definetly need new ones. Went down every morning for breakfast which was fine. Close to everywhere ...
I only needed an inexpensive place to sleep for two nights & this place fit the bill perfectly. My only real complaint was the street noise which made falling asleep a little more difficult for a light sleeper like me. If I had to stay there again I'd request a room as far away from the street as ...
Looking to get away on a cheap break to Fort Meyers? If you are on a budget, Fort Myers has a great range of comfortable two-star hotels that cater to all tastes. Choose from family-friendly accommodation, motels, inns, and simple hotels. There are several options tucked into the historic downtown district surrounded by a wealth of attractions and places to eat, but you can also find hotels lining the long stretch of sand on Fort Myers Beach.
Make the most of your stay in Fort Myers by exploring the city's free attractions. The beaches are the biggest draw, but there is plenty to keep you active away from the sand. Children will love Lee County’s Manatee Park, where sea cows float through the warm, shallow waters. The best time to see these gentle giants is between November and March. As well as manatee-spotting there are plenty of free guided walks and educational activities to enjoy in the park.
Another nature-themed activity that won’t cost you a cent is walking the paths at Lakes Regional Park. There is a free water park here for children, a miniature railroad, and 158 acres of freshwater lake, where you might even spot an alligator. A lively farmers’ market sets up here weekly through the winter months too.
Enjoy South Florida’s legendary sunsets at the Cape Coral Yacht Club’s Sunset Celebration. This monthly event features live entertainment, and a range of artists and craftspeople show off their wares. Grab a blanket and lounge on the sand as you watch the setting sun dip under the horizon of the Gulf of Mexico.
Get a taste of the local cultural scene on the monthly Music Walk and Art Walk events – you can even meet the artists and see live demonstrations on the latter. Galleries and shops stay open into the evening, while street performers, bands, and street food help create a real Mardi Gras atmosphere. With a good choice of two-star hotels you can find accommodation to suit your budget, and enjoy the sights and sounds of Fort Myers.