Choose the Perfect Destination for Your Next Meeting
Meetings of all shapes and sizes happen naturally in Fort Myers, and they tend to happen in venues surrounded by stunning natural beauty, too. So when it comes to choosing the perfect Southwest Florida meeting space, it can be hard to make up your mind when the selection is this good. Never fear – we break it down by location to make it easier than ever.
Fort Myers – Close to the Action
Meeting in Fort Myers is ideal for groups who like lots of options. Downtown Fort Myers, also known as the River District, offers ecological, historical and cultural attractions in addition to plentiful shopping. When the meeting adjourns, your group will never run out of things to do and see in Fort Myers.
Fort Myers Beach – Florida Fun for All Ages
Planning a family reunion? Take a look at Fort Myers Beach, home to family-friendly resorts and to some of the safest beaches in the state. Stretching out along seven stunning miles of coastline on Estero Island, you’ll find Old Florida charm and some of the area’s best seafood restaurants in abundance.
Cape Coral – Think Outside the Meeting Room
The Beaches of Fort Myer’s largest city by area also happens to offer a large number of fun team-building opportunities. Get in touch with your inner child at Mike Greenwell’s Family Fun Park, with batting cages, go-carts and mini-golf. Or, get closer to nature at the Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve.
Bonita Springs & Estero – Fruitful Offerings
Once a sprawling plantation growing pineapples, bananas and coconuts, Bonita Springs and Estero now feature a growing number of attractions well suited to families, nature lovers and shopaholics. The area also has several large hotels with robust meeting amenities. The Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort Spa, for example, offers 454 guest rooms, in-house support staff and 73,000 square feet of dedicated meeting space.
Boca Grande & Outer Islands – Meet in Style
If you’re looking to wow your attendees, hold your meeting at the classic Gasparilla Inn & Club on Boca Grande. This premier Old Florida resort features a Pete Dye–designed golf course, an on-site spa, a wealth of resort amenities, and around 6,000 square feet of meeting space for up to 300 attendees.
Sanibel & Captiva Islands – Where Meeting Comes Naturally
Everything’s a go on Sanibel and Captiva Islands – which is easy because there aren’t any stoplights. Known for its relaxed pace, protected white-sand beaches covered in shells and unmatched wildlife-viewing opportunities, nature lovers especially love meeting on Sanibel and Captiva.
No matter where you meet in Fort Myers, there’s an ideal venue for you and your group. Start planning your meeting in Southwest Florida today!