Margaritaville Beach Resort opens in Fort Myers

Margaritaville Beach Resort is now open on Fort Myers Beach, with stays available for booking as of Dec. 11, 2023.

Located at 251 Crescent St., the newest Margaritaville Beach Resort sits on 7.25 acres along Fort Myers Beach with direct beach access and views of the Gulf of Mexico.

About Margaritaville Beach Resort

The property features 254 guest rooms and six restaurants, including signature concepts such as JWB Grill, License to Chill Bar & Grill, and 5 o’Clock Somewhere Bar & Grill. All restaurants, as well as the 43,000-square-foot Sunset Terrace, are open to the public.

The property offers food and beverage service across 19,000 square feet of sandy beach overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Valet parking is available for guests and the public at a daily rate.

“Margaritaville Beach Resort Fort Myers Beach is now open and we are ready to transport guests to a vacation state of mind,” said David Cesario, general manager of Margaritaville Beach Resort Fort Myers Beach. “After a difficult few years for the community, our new resort is the ultimate place to kick back and relax and we are thrilled to bring our casual-luxe destination to the residents and visitors of Southwest Florida.”

A convenient escape

For guests traveling to the area, Margaritaville Beach Resort Fort Myers Beach is located less than 20 miles from Southwest Florida International Airport and major highways including I-75.

The town of Fort Myers Beach is home to miles of white sandy beaches, unique shops, live music and dining, all found within just steps of the property.

Additional elements of Southwest Florida paradise are just a short drive away, with options to experience nature, sports, arts and culture, dining, shopping, family-friendly fun and more.

Nature lovers can find shelling, boating and a variety of nature trails, state parks, and preserves to explore.

Sports enthusiasts can enjoy activities such as fishing, water sports, a round of golf at a multitude of public courses or catch a game at nearby sporting venues such as JetBlue Park and Lee Health Sports Complex, the spring training homes of the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins.