very pleasantly surprised at the spaciousness of the condo we rented while attending a family funeral. Rooms were clean and bath linens changed daily. Front desk staff (Karen) supportive and informative. free parking with elevator access.
Did not enjoy the hotel 100% because of a bad weather conditions.
Rooms are old and little ( I stated in a standard room)
Nice pool ( get to enjoy it for 3 hrs out a whole week vacation)
The beach looks nice ( to cool for anybody to swim)
Good hotel I will come back again.
Marco Island is very pricey but this place was reasonable. It is not the fanciest place, but the location is great. The amenities are a little outdated compared to a modern hotel but overall everything was functional. My only complaint is that there are no curtains on the windows, only shades. It was impossible to get the bedroom completely dark - even at night.
We traveled with a 5 month old who was apprehensive to sleep in such a light filled room....
"I would recommend this hotel, with reservations. "
Pluses: The cabin has been refurbished and was clean. Staff members were pleasant. The deli that is associated with the cabins offers very good and fresh breakfast sandwiches and other food. The location is excellent.
Minuses: The hot water ran out, and the shower pan pools, due to poor drainage. The cabin has very little surface area on which to put travel items (e.g., cosmetics, purses, paper/pens).
From the moment we checked in we were treated special. While this is an old building, its kept in great shape, fresh paint and new hardware. Great sitting out at night along the inlet. Quiet street too, no hustle, bustle. Would recommend to anyone.
Quaint hotel, with good facilities and well maintained rooms of adequate size and comfort. Excellent breakfast, cute little indoor pool, and clean all around. Helpful staff who are knowledgeable about the area. Well located in a quiet corner of the Everglades, which is excellent for mangrove boat trips and great trails in big cypress national preserve. Would recommend this highly to anyone looking to spend a few days off the beaten track close to the Everglades.
Traveller from MD
This Everglades City hotel is a mile from Everglades National Park, 3 miles from Big Cypress Preserve, and 30 miles from …More
Gulf Coast Visitor Center is located in the western section of Everglades National Park. The visitor center acts as a gateway for exploring the Ten Thousand Islands, a collection of mangrove islands and waterways that spreads to Flamingo and Florida Bay. The visitor center itself features displays, films, brochures, and backcountry permits. Canoe trails can be found just past the visitor center.