See why so many travellers make Courtyard Fort Myers at I-75 and Gulf Coast Town Center their hotel of choice when visiting Fort Myers. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Courtyard Fort Myers at I-75 and Gulf Coast Town Center is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Fort Myers. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Close to Alico Arena (2.1 mi), a popular Fort Myers landmark, Courtyard Fort Myers at I-75 and Gulf Coast Town Center is a great destination for tourists.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Fort Myers' popular barbeque restaurants such as Famous Dave's, Meade's BBQ, and Rib City, all a short distance from Courtyard Fort Myers at I-75 and Gulf Coast Town Center.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Vino's Picasso, which is a popular art gallery amongst tourists.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Courtyard Fort Myers at I-75 and Gulf Coast Town Center as you experience all of the things Fort Myers has to offer.
From my first phone call to the property to the end of my stay, all 3 of these staff members treated my wife and I like royalty. We really appreciate the elite guest service from start to finish. I am very familiar with all of Marriott's standards for each brand and this staff deserves to be recognized.
Im a flight attendant- i know hotels. This hotel was clean and comfortable. I checked in because a holiday inn i was at had ants in the bed . The front desk at the courtyard made me feel safe and happy. The pizza at the little cafe is good.
I’ve visited this hotel numerous times and they are always on point! Kind and efficient at check in, hotel is clean and great location. They do have limited amenities right now but that’s due to COVID-19. You can tell they are trying really hard to make everyone happy during these tough times. Management is always present and helpful. I would highly recommend staying here!
We called prior to making our reservation due to phase 2 of covid-19 openings. We were told everything was open. The desk clerk should be very specific and honest about the amenities so customers know what to expect!! The room description for the King Whirlpool room stated in the room amenities that it had a sofa, along with the photo for that specific room showing a sofa. When we arrived the front desk lady was pleasant. The lobby looks clean and same as on their website, although the bar is shut down. You can order a drink at the Bistro counter from 5:30-7:30 pm. The hallway on the 3rd floor is so hot and humid my glasses fogged up every time we got off the elevator. Got to the room and there was a chemical type smell and no sofa only a chair that felt like a rock, literally like a rock. When I asked at the desk about the sofa she states that none of whirlpool rooms have a sofa. I showed her their website description describing the room and she did give a $20 credit per night. NO ROOM SERVICE so don't expect trash to be removed, fresh towels or beds to be made. We saw a housekeeping cart a couple times in our hallway but never received cleaning. Breakfast is not SERVED but rather a muffin out a the case or a microwave breakfast sandwich. The pool is well kept with 6 chairs with proper 6' spacing. Nice firepit area. We sat in the lobby and watched some tv one night so one of us didn't have to sit on the Flintstone rock chair and the hard uncomfortable bed. They appear to be very short staffed as the desk clerk was also working at the Bistro counter. Very disappointing trip!!…
Everything was great. The jacuzzi bath was amazing. The Paul Mitchell products were stellar. The beds and pillows were comfortable. But then, around 11:30, the noise and smells came. We were bombarded by the noise of what we now assume are college students. There was yelling. There was running. There was door slamming. However, most insulting of all was the olfactory assault. The combination of marijuana and cigarettes made us feel like we were in a college dorm, not a hotel we paid $250 to stay in for a night. We could smell this awful combination 10 feet from the door. Not only that, but after getting out of bed to get our earplugs, we could smell the devil’s lettuce from our bed. Mercifully, the smell did not linger on our possessions. Maybe this hotel is better on weeknights, but NEVER stay here on a weekend night when college students stay here to get blasted. May they not contract lung cancer or cirrhosis.…