The Lower Gulf Coast Hotels


Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa

At a Glance


  • pampering spa
  • great ceviche bar
  • rooms upgraded in 2012


  • need water shuttle to reach the beach
  • expensive restaurants

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Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa Review

This secluded luxury resort, with its marble-and-mahogany lobby and championship golf course, makes a lovely sanctuary for families who want a refined atmosphere, plus fun features like a 140-foot waterslide, a rock climbing wall, and a s'mores fire pit. You have a choice of several pools—the lagoon, lap, and waterfall on the property. For something more natural, catch a ferry to the hotel's private island beach that's great for shelling, or rent a kayak and paddle around Estero Bay. Handsomely appointed rooms, recently renovated, overlook the water or the golf course. The spa is known for a rare water-shiatsu pool; also unique is the interpretive center, an area that has displays showcasing natural and prehistoric history. The hotel is equidistant to both downtown Naples and Fort Myers (read: a slight hike), but for what you pay, the amenities can't be beat.

    Hotel Details

  • 454 rooms and suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-12-2014

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