Marriott Crystal Shores - Marco Island, FL 34145
Luxury High Rise Resort On The Beach Where The White Sand Beaches Of The Gulf And The Sunsets Are Incredible. Marco Island is a great destination with amazing seafood restaurants, white sand beaches, clear blue water, and great weather. Coastal winds blow a refreshing breeze for enjoyable summer holidays. Marco is South of the frost line for beach and pool weather all year round. It is just twenty minutes to Naples for shopping, fine dining and cultural activities.
Directly across from Ft. Lauderdale Beach
Crystal Shores is one of Marriott Vacation Club's spectacular beach fun destinations. The resort offers spacious two and three bedroom villas with fully equipped kitchen, living room, washer and dryer, and private balconies. Walk down the street to dozens of bars or restaurants in the hotel zone.
The sunsets on the Gulf Coast can be amazing. Enjoy them from a beachfront restaurant or your private balcony. The white sand beaches on the gulf coast are famous as the best in Florida. The main beach is just out past the pool with plenty of seating at the beach and the pool. You can enjoy boat rides and deep sea fishing at one of the harbors a few blocks away.
Private Balcony & Living Room
The master bedroom is deluxe and has a large window wall to let the light in. The two bedroom villas have a king bed in the master and two queen beds in the second bedroom. The villa has a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and living room. The comfy space of a luxury condo makes this timeshare feel more like home than a hotel. You might be surprised at the convenience of a washer/dryer in the unit or the dining table as a great place to work from home. You can just lay out on your private balcony or enjoy breakfast or happy hour with an ocean view.
Marco Island offers great water front dining and a variety of seafood. Try high end dining like The Oyster Society, Fish Tacos at Quinn's or buy seafood right off the boat to prepare in your villa. We love the Botanical Gardens in Naples, or the small towns just outside of Naples. Visit The Everglades or Ten Thousand Islands to see Florida the way it used to be.