Sanibel-Island-Hotels.com offers island visitors a variety of hotel and resort accommodations, on Sanibel Island, Captiva Island in nearby Ft. Myers and Ft. Myers Beach, and near Southwest Florida International airport. However long your visit can be, we have the lodging to suit your needs: Sanibel Island Hotels.com offers rooms for every budget.
Sanibel Island is world-renowned for its beautiful beaches, unparalleled seashells, wildlife and casual atmosphere. Over 27 miles of scenic bike paths wind past beaches, wildlife preserves, dining and shopping. Winters are marvelous here, making Sanibel and its sister island, Captiva, unforgettable destinations for northern sun-lovers. The islands’ summers yield warm Gulf waters that bring families back to its welcoming beaches year after year. Golf, tennis, fishing, sunbathing or doing nothing at all…..you’ll enjoy the natural, laid-back experience of Sanibel!
Upscale Captiva Island, connected by a bridge to Sanibel, is an exclusive, small community where you can walk to fine dining, live music, galleries, sunset on the beach or sunrise on the bay. It’s the gateway to the out-islands, with several marinas, boat rentals, water taxis and kayak rentals.
Ft. Myers is the gateway to the islands. Situated on the historic Caloosahatchee River, the “City of Palms” is filled with golf courses, tennis courts, great restaurants and shopping. Attractions include spring training facilities for the Red Sox and Twins, The Edison and Ford Estates, the Florida Everblades’ home arena, as well as two performing arts halls and a downtown entertainment district. There’s never a shortage of theater, live music, or sunshine. Getting here is easy: Southwest Florida International Airport is in Ft. Myers and the Islands and the Gulf of Mexico are just minutes away.
Close to both Sanibel Island and Ft. Myers is the lively community of Fort Myers Beach. Popular with the younger crowd, Ft. Myers Beach has lots of nightlife, wide beaches, and an Atlantic-style fishing pier. Restaurants offer German, Greek, Mexican and American fare and, of course, fresh seafood! Lover’s Key is a secluded island at the south end of Ft. Myers Beach.