Did you know we have a local, ultra luxurious vacation resort on the border to South Ft. Myers with the most amazing lazy river + waterpark?…

…that costs roughly $500 starting out - per night - in season?

Eeeeek! That’s seasonal pricing in Florida for you!


But what if I told you that you that there’s a way to enjoy this private resort all day without being an overnight guest? I’m talking all-day access to their amazing waterpark, lazy river, waterslides, poolside restaurant, and more!


I have you covered!

It’s no secret that Sunsplash Family Waterpark in Cape Coral and Sun-n-Fun Lagoon in Naples are the area’s most famous waterparks. However, every once in a while I want to #treatmyself to something luxurious, tranquil, and relaxing. The mayhem (although fun) of the public Lee & Collier County waterparks are just not what I call relaxing.

Cue the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa in Bonita Springs



This breathtaking resort is about 20 miles south of Fort Myers, and recently underwent a major waterpark overhaul to the tune of a cool few million dollars. This luxury resort offers:

  • Lazy River
  • Tranquil Adult Pool
  • Adult Only Hot-Tub
  • Kid-friendly waterfall pool
  • Family Adventure Pool
  • Splash Pool
  • 5 Waterslides (WATCH OUT FOR HEIGHT REQUIREMENTS FOR LITTLE ONES):
    • Dueling speed waterslides & inner tube waterslide (48” height requirements)
    • Corkscrew waterslide (42” height requirement)
    • Ciquala waterslide (no height requirement)
       

So just HOW do you get your hands on one of these all-day passes? Get all the nitty-gritty details over at the RESORT PASS website.

Resort Pass is the genius inventor of the all-day pass to luxurious resorts that are typically only open to paying, overnight guests. We had the best time, and felt seriously refreshed after our "Daycation".

Not to mention, the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa is always my top pick when clients ask for a luxury resort to stay in while they shop for homes in the greater Fort Myers area. Their rates vary from about $180-$500 per night depending on the time of year.

Everyone is sure to have fun riding the slides from kids to grandparents!

And on top of everything else the Hyatt resort has to offer, there's food. Lots and lots of delicious food...

... like this juicy burger with island rice

Need directions?

 

Let me know in the comments - would you ever go on a local "Daycation?"