Jul 13 - Jul 14
We had a great and relaxing time! Everything looked clean and well maintained. Staff was friendly. The sad part was that because it was during the coronavírus pandemic, not everything was available to guests. But the location is awesome and we were able to enjoy the beautiful beach.
Aug 2 - Aug 3
It was a Great experience. We were pleased with this pick and would come here again!
Jul 21 - Jul 22
Sanibel Inn was very clean. Maid service every day, that was wonderful. The poolside hut and bar was a Great bonus. Just wish they were open a little later. On-site restaurant was also a plus. Bike rental and Beach towels supplied. Chairs and umbrellas on the beach every morning. The only negative ...
The pool was outstanding. It actually has cold water pumping into the pool which I had never seen before. In Florida, this a definite perk. The pool is heated in the Winter. Pool and service was great too. They have complimentary paddle boards and bikes which is another perk. We rented a golf cart ...
Jul 7 - Jul 8
Would have liked breakfast or coffee area. Other than that, beautiful and peaceful accommodations and perfect location.
Jul 12 - Jul 13
The location is great. Staff is always responsive. It's a comfortable stay but needs to be updated.
Jul 21 - Jul 22
Absolutely accommodating! We loved this resort! Friendly, beautiful location and the bikes were great!
Jul 21 - Jul 22
I like where is it located. The staff was friendly and sweet! Thank you for the Complementary bottle of wine! It was cute and the place is cute too! We had a wonderful time and will be back :)
Aug 2 - Aug 3
As a HGVC member, I was unable to book this property with points for years, so paid for it. Compared to other Hilton properties, this one is average. My children's feet were black from the floors, and the pots and pans were really old and visibly worn out. The view was beautiful though. There is ...
Captiva Island offers travelers a relaxing getaway with miles of gorgeous white sands, laidback atmosphere and minimal crowds. Located north of Sanibel Island along the Gulf of Mexico, Captiva Island is a perfect place to escape from the cares of the world on your own secluded island paradise. Guests on this hidden barrier island enjoy beachcombing for seashells, attending sailing school at the local resorts, or boating on the stunning Gulf waters.
Blind Pass Beach lies between Captiva Island and its sister island of Sanibel. If you and your family love to search for colorful seashells, this is the perfect spot. This is also an ideal location for fishing or watching the stunning sunset.
Captiva Beach is located on the northern end of Captiva Island and offers amazing views of the Gulf. Bike or hike to the area to make the most of the natural landscape.
Bird-watchers will love the "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge. The abundant bird life is at its peak December and March. Are you new to bird-watching? Grab a field guide and learn more at the free Visitors Education Center. The center is open every day except major holidays. There is a modest entrance fee to get into the wildlife refuge, whether you park or walk in.
The relaxed atmosphere of Captiva's island community is apparent wherever you go. Guests on the island love shopping in the quaint village or relaxing over a beer and snacks at the Mucky Duck restaurant. You can rent a bike in town and ride along 22 miles of bike paths, or try paddle boarding or parasailing from the local water sports shop. Top off your evening with live music and conversing with the locals at Keylime Bistro. While you're there, you must try a culinary slice of heaven with their signature key lime pie!
The best parts of vacationing on Captiva Island are the gorgeous climate and the intimate island atmosphere. It boasts hotels with character that fit into the local small-town vibe, and you can choose from among a few unique Captiva Island hotels.
The South Seas Island Resort provides the perfect Captiva vacation destination with its own 2.5-mile private beach area and 330-acre wildlife preserve. This serene resort offers a good range of accommodations including guest rooms, condominiums, cottages and private homes. The resort also provides an array of activities as well as on-site dining for its guests.
Nestled in the heart of the village, the Captiva Island Inn offers single rooms, guest suites and quaint cottages for visitors. The Captiva Island Inn offers a swimming pool and is also located within easy walking distance of the beach. A full breakfast from RC Otter's or Keylime Bistro is included in your stay.
This island resort provides great views of the Gulf of Mexico. Guests can enjoy swimming in the outdoor pool, renting a kayak from the marina or relaxing at the full-service spa. Enjoy a drink at the resort's Crow's Nest or a fabulous seafood dinner at the Old Captiva House. Those feeling adventurous can take a seaplane ride for amazing views of Captiva and Sanibel islands.
Many visitors to Captiva Island fly into South West Florida International Airport (RSW) which is 27 miles away. Other travelers drive the 32 miles from Fort Myers to the secluded tropical paradise.
From amazing sunsets to a relaxed tropical island atmosphere, a trip to Captiva Island promises a rejuvenating getaway filled with endless romantic walks along the beach and fun evenings mixing with the locals.