We had a great experience at the Boat House. Clean facility, family owned and operated, refreshing pool and the best fishing docks on Marco Island. We had a chance to meet and talk with other travelers and we all agreed - this is the best place to stay off the beach on Marco. We have friends on the island and visit multiple times each year - we're very glad to find such a great value. Best of all, Desiree takes personal pride in her business and made us feel like we've been staying there for years!
Situated on the waterfront, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Pelican Pier Marina, Marco Players Theater, and Marco Town …More
"I would recommend this hotel, with reservations. "
Pluses: The cabin has been refurbished and was clean. Staff members were pleasant. The deli that is associated with the cabins offers very good and fresh breakfast sandwiches and other food. The location is excellent.
Minuses: The hot water ran out, and the shower pan pools, due to poor drainage. The cabin has very little surface area on which to put travel items (e.g., cosmetics, purses, paper/pens).
Traveller from Maryland
Situated on the waterfront, this cabin is within 1 mi (2 km) of Gulf Coast Visitor Center, Everglades City Hall, and Museum …More
Chokoloskee is off the beaten path. It's a causeway-connected island south of Everglades City, which is itself off the beaten path. The Outdoor Resort is mostly a very nicely maintained RV park, which also has an 8-room motel, where we stayed. This is a rustic, relaxing place. Has a nice pool and spa. Not too far (couple of miles) from a few fun seafood restaurants. Near the funky Smallwood general store/museum. We explored the Everglades for three days from this place. If that's your kind of activity, this is a fine place to hunker down at night,
Traveller from Vermont
Situated in Everglades City, this motel is 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Gulf Coast Visitor Center and within 6 mi (10 km) of …More
Gulf Coast Visitor Center Everglades, Everglades National Park Hotel Guide
Gulf Coast Visitor Center is located in the western section of Everglades National Park. The visitor center acts as a gateway for exploring the Ten Thousand Islands, a collection of mangrove islands and waterways that spreads to Flamingo and Florida Bay. The visitor center itself features displays, films, brochures, and backcountry permits. Canoe trails can be found just past the visitor center.