Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort


  • Great spa
  • Eight on-site restaurants
  • Appeals to children and adults
  • Two private golf courses


  • Huge size
  • Lots of convention business
  • Paid parking across the street in an uncovered lot
  • $25 daily resort fee but at least it includes a bevy of freebies like Wi-Fi and range balls

Published 09/17/2015

Fodor's Review

A grandiose circular drive with rock waterfalls front this hilltop, beachfront resort that's undergoing a $250 million makeover on its rebranding journey (that will be unveiled in 2017). Made up of twin 11-story towers and villa-like suites, two large pools, and the widest stretch of sand on the island (over 3 miles), it's an island-seekers dream. The ambience is comfortably casual yet sophisticated with a Balinese flair that makes every ounce of stress just melt into those magnificent horizon views. Shops, restaurants with uberimpressive decor and menus, and the large, plush rooms with new plug-in technology make leaving the resort for anything a silly idea. The stand-alone spa is massive and offers ultrapampering services. Kids love the zero-entry pool with a slide and water features, and adults station themselves at the beautifully landscaped one next door. The hotel's two golf courses are 10 minutes away by shuttle.

Hotel Information


400 S. Collier Blvd., Marco Island, Florida, 34145, United States

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239-394–2511; 800-438–4373

Hotel Details:

  • 664 rooms, 62 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 09/17/2015


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