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Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach Resort & Marina


At a Glance


  • attentive, warm staff
  • rooms are comfortable and casually chic
  • all rooms have balconies


  • only one sit-down indoor restaurant
  • common areas are a bit dated
  • no spa
  • extra charge for parking

Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach Resort & Marina Review

With a 77-slip marina, a full water sports program, a golf course, tons of tennis courts, and children's activities, this self-contained resort is excellent for families, most of whom prefer to stay in the tower directly on the ocean. However, the main building on the Intracoastal Waterway (or Indian River, as it is called here) has a lovely, spacious pool courtyard and shuttle transport to the beach. The rooms were all recently renovated, and they now have fixtures like granite vanities, plush bedding, and soothing beach-accented decor. Wet bars are in all guest rooms, and the rooms in the beachside Sandpiper building have kitchenettes. The staff here is genuinely friendly and interested in making you feel at home—so much so that they'll organize children's activities even if yours are the only kids on the property. The only thing this hotel doesn't have is a wide range of eating options (there are outdoor cafés at each pool, and there's just one indoor sit-down restaurant), but it gives you more of an excuse to try the great local cuisine.

    Hotel Details

  • 204 rooms, 70 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-17-2013

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