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South Florida Hotel/Resort/House ON the beach....or pool in back

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We're looking for a place to stay in south florida that's directly on the beach, as in I walk out the back door and my feet are in the sand :) We have a baby who takes naps and has a hard time sleeping on the beach, so we were thinking we could have him nap in the room and relax outside on the beach with a monitor if the place were close enough to a beach. OR if it's just near the beach at least have a pool right outside the doors where we could go while the baby is napping. We live in naples (Southwest FL) and only want to drive about 3.5 hrs at most. Any ideas would be helpful!

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