Fort Myers

May 27, 2019 - May 28, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

In the southwest corner of the southern U.S. state of Florida lies Lee County, which calls Fort Myers its county seat. The City of Palms is also the commercial and financial center of the county and a great jumping-off point for visitors who want to explore the southwest region of Florida.

Tourism in Fort Myers, Florida

Two famous Americans, Henry Ford and Thomas Edison, called Fort Myers their winter homes and their estates, The Mangoes and Seminole Lodge, respectively, are now tourist attractions visited by travelers to the area each year. Fort Myers played a major role in the Florida portion of the American Indian Wars due to its strategic location and easy access to waterways in the area.

Hotels in Fort Myers, Florida

When choosing a hotel in Fort Myers, no matter whether it's in the historic downtown area with its wonderful architecture or along the water with pleasant breezes blowing your way, it's easy to find a perfect place to stay during your trip to south Florida.

Where Can I Book a Hotel in Fort Myers, Florida?

When you want to visit the fun and scenic city of Fort Myers, Skyscanner is here to help you select the best spot for you to stay during your visit. Check out prices, amenities, star ratings, and specific hotel brands all in an easy to sort format.

Are there Unique Boutique Hotels in Fort Myers, Florida?

There are some great hotels outside of the major brands in Fort Myers for you to choose from when you travel to this beautiful part of the Sunshine State. If you love boutique hotels and want to stay at a property on your business or family trip to this historic, picturesque city, there are many to choose from with a wide variety of amenities. Take a look at these boutique hotels in the city of Fort :

  • Hotel Indigo Fort Myers Downtown River District
  • The Edison at Midtown
  • Edison Beach Hotel
  • Bay to Beach Resort

Top rated hotels in Fort Myers

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What are travelers saying about Fort Myers?

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Logan Phillips
Logan Phillips

I lived in Fort Myers for 12 years. It’s a lovely area to relax but how is it that everyone says the number one thing to do is go to an orange juice store? If you come here, take a boat ride on Sundance Cruises, go to Lover’s Key for the day and rent kayaks, go to Ding Darling, or tour downtown. Please don’t leave your trash on the beach and be respectful of the locals who are just trying to go to work and live their lives.

Alyssa Collier
Alyssa CollierNew York City, New York State, USA

This city is my home. I've seen the development throughout 20 years of how this city has been built up from the bottom. It's so up and coming with many national businesses launching regional, national, and headquarter locations here. It's been known as the "snow bird" city but that has been changing in the last 5 years with Florida Gulf Coast University bringing in students and young people and giving the city life again. You're within access to some of the best beaches in the world such as Sanibel and Captiva. And you can't beat the cost of living down here. Fort Myers is the perfect place for your beach getaway that avoids crazy party goers and gives you the relaxing vacation your family and friends are looking for. This place was my home for 20 years and I always enjoy every visit back here and constantly finding something new each trip back home.

Rich Carriero
Rich CarrieroLongmont, Colorado, USA

I've always considered Fort Myers to be more of a base of operations for visiting Sanibel and Captiva. That said, the beaches along the intercoastal waterway and the Sanibel Causeway, itself, are picturesque and you can stay in the local hotels for much less than you would pay on island.

Caroline Dunn PA Realtor - Vacation Manager
Caroline Dunn PA Realtor - Vacation ManagerCape Coral, Florida, USA

Downtown Fort Myers Water District! Old town with new flare! Great Restaurants and night Clubs oh and don't miss the Sky Bar on Hendry St ! New Years Eve ball Drop - Party! Bike Nights! And so much more!


The least expensive month is August, with an average of $80 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Fort Myers is March, with an average price of $206 per night.
The average price of a hotel in May last year was $97 per night. This is 25% less than the average nightly price of $122 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Fort Myers, the expected average temperature in May is 26.0°C/78.8°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 32.2°C/90.0°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 10.9°C/51.6°F.
The nearest airport to Fort Myers is Fort Myers Page Field (FMY) (3.97 miles). Other nearby airports include: Fort Myers Southwest Florida Reg (10.22 miles) Punta Gorda (20.60 miles)

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