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The Lower Gulf Coast Hotels

Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort

  • 400 S. Collier Blvd. Map It
  • Marco Island
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Pros

  • Top-notch amenities
  • Great spa and restaurants
  • Appeals to children and adults
  • Two private golf courses

Cons

  • Huge size
  • Lots of convention business
  • Paid parking across the street in an uncovered lot

Updated 05/12/2014

Fodor's Review

A circular drive and manicured grounds with rock waterfalls front this hilltop, beachfront resort made up of twin 11-story towers and villa-like suites, two large pools, and the widest stretch of sand on the island. It's delightfully beachy outside, yet the interior is elegant, with many shops and restaurants, a polished marble lobby, and large, plush rooms with good-to-exceptional water views. The stand-alone spa is massive and offers ultrapampering services and a private adults-only pool. 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

Address:

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

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Phone:

239-394–2511; 800-438–4373

Hotel Details:

  • 664 rooms, 62 suites
  • Rate includes No meals

Updated 05/12/2014

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Feb 11, 2008

remodel is very well done

Hotel is almost finished with a major upgrade and remodel. We were upgraded to a penthouse suite (Marriott Rewards points used for this stay) and had a rooftop terrace overlooking both the gulf and bay side. Very comfortable room in a contemporary island style. Signature restaurant needs some work but was very good. We loved Quinn's on the Beach, a restaurant that has been at this hotel since it first opened in the late 60's.

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Jun 17, 2007

Great Beach - Beautiful property

We stayed there in third week in June for 3 days(Silver and was upgraded). Big wide uncrowded beach. Nice pools and our room had three balconys overlooking pool and Gulf. Little noisy but the glass doors do an excellent job of blocking pool noise if you want to take a nap. Although hotel is basically very clean, we had dustballs and old worn towels. Housekeeping has room to improve. Grounds expertly manicured. It is a large hotel but easy access to

everythng. Well located for a 7 minute walk to new shopping center with 4 or so restaurants and theater. As usual with many resorts umbrella fees($18/full day), expensive beach drinks(Bring a small cooler). We will return to take advantage of summer rates. Ipods 10 feet from the edge of high tide.Gulf entry is very shallow and water was 87 degrees in June.

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