Exploring Marco Island Beach Resorts – Discover What Florida Has To Offer
Finally, the sun rises earlier, sets later and makes the days longer, and summer is fast approaching. If you’re going to include the Sunshine State in your travel plans this year, you’ll find Marco Island’s beach resorts to be top-notch. Three of these, The Charter Club at Marco Beach, Eagle’s Nest at Marco Beach, and Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort and Spa, are some of the best in the state.
Marco Island is the largest of all the Ten Thousand Islands just off the southern tip of Florida’s west coast and measures four by six miles. Surrounded by the lusciously warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, you’ll find these resorts along pristine white-sand beaches, which only highlight the area’s stunning natural beauty.
Right on the beach on South Collier Boulevard, you can find Eagle’s Nest, which is a timeshare or interval property beachfront condominium. However, you don’t have to buy a timeshare to enjoy the lazy afternoons the resort has to offer. You can rent a two-bedroom tower unit or a one- or two-bedroom villa for $255-$395 per day. You can also get special weekly rates.
Vacationers staying at Eagle’s Nest find no shortage of activities or amenities. Large terraces, kitchens and dining rooms make the units comfortable. Options like the pool, double spas, sauna, fitness center, beach chair/umbrella rentals, tennis courts, family games, and nearby golf course ensure you can enjoy the beautiful summer sun. If you want to test the water, there’s tubing, scuba diving, sailing, parasailing, jet-skiing, snorkeling, and a number of island cruises to choose from.
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For a fee ranging from $286 to $463 per day, you can enjoy the Charter Club also located on South Collier Boulevard. Another of Marco Island’s beach resorts with timeshare ownership, this resort features relaxing two-bedroom condo units.
The Charter Club was created with the whole family in mind. There are a variety of family games, a pool for adults and children, spa, two tennis courts, golf, beach chair and umbrella rentals, as well as numerous water sports rentals.
Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort and Spa
With daily rates ranging from $2,000 to $239, the Hilton has a room to fit just about any budget. You can choose from two-bedroom penthouse suites and multiple rooms with stunning views of the gulf or junior gardens.
Three restaurants located right there offer fine dining, light breakfasts, and even casual poolside lunches. With a stomach full from the area’s delicious tastings, you can enjoy an afternoon at the local golf course, indulge in the luxury pool and spas, water sports, and get the kids involved in some of the local activities.
All of these Marco Island beach resorts are conveniently located next to many of the area’s favorite activities, including shopping, fine and casual dining, world-class golf courses, and recreation for everyone, regardless of age. When you choose to stay at Marco Island beach resorts, you know there’s nothing in your future but tropical Florida fun and golden sunshine.