Area Attractions

Surrounding the resort, the beauty and culture of Southwest Florida await, from art galleries to museums to distinctive shopping. Charter a fishing boat on the Gulf of Mexico, or explore the wilds of the Everglades. Speak with our Concierge for assistance to experience the best of Southwest Florida.

{{hotelInfo.Name}}

{{hotelInfo.Name}}

{{hotelInfo.Address1}}
{{hotelInfo.Address2}}

Phone

{{hotelInfo.Phone}} {{hotelInfo.Phone}}

Email

Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa

5001 Coconut Road
Bonita Springs, Florida, USA, 34134

Phone

Email


What do you want to do today?


Hotel Activities

Pool and Lawn Games

Experience pool games such as Corn Hole, Giant Jenga or Giant Connect Four on our Cypress Lawn as well as the option to participate in our 19th Hole Chipping Challenge onto the floating green.

Wall Climbing

Get a bird's eye view of our lush resort atop our climbing wall. Safety harnesses and a variety of well-placed hand and foot holds make this adventure fun and safe, no matter if you are an expert climber or have never tried this sport before. All climbers MUST be at least 42 inches tall and are in closed toed shoes. Hours: 11 am to 3 pm. Complimentary.

Tennis

The beautiful southwest Florida climate makes it ideal all year round for an invigorating game of tennis. Spend time improving your swing or practicing your backhand, then challenge your family to a game! We offer two Hydro Grid courts, as well as ball and racquet rentals. $20 an hour for tennis court Racquet Rental with balls: $30.00, singles or double play $5 extra per racquet Group rates are available, please enquire at the Golf Club. 24-hour notice is recommended but not required.

Boardwalk

Take an educational 1/4 mile walk through the mangroves preserve to the marina. Environmental education signs all along the path share interesting facts.

Outdoor Activities

Everglades National Park

Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. The area boasts rare and endangered species, such as the American crocodile, Florida panther, and West Indian manatee.

Barefoot Beach Preserve County Park

One of the last undeveloped barrier islands on Florida's southwest coast, this park is 342 acres of natural land. Enjoy the natural surroundings and seek out the numerous animal species that reside there. Swimming is safe, and beach access is by boardwalk.

J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge

Located on the subtropical barrier island of Sanibel in the Gulf of Mexico, the refuge is part of the largest undeveloped mangrove ecosystem in the United States. It is world famous for its spectacular migratory bird populations.

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

Visit this gentle area of pristine wilderness - home to more than 200 species of birds, alligators and more.

Arts & Culture

The Mound House: A Cultural & Environmental Learning Center

The Mound House is the oldest surviving home on Fort Myers Beach built on a Calusa mound overlooking Estero Bay. Experience old Florida at Mound House where Estero Island's oldest standing structure sits on an ancient Calusa Indian Mound. Through archaeology and history 2,000 years of island life are revealed in a variety of tours and educational programs.

Edison-Ford Winter Estates

Tours of the historical site include the homes, museum, laboratory and gardens. Thomas Edison and Henry Ford's Winter Estates in Fort Myers, FL offer tours of their exhibits including museum, botanical gardens and research laboratory.

Shopping

Coconut Mall

Coconut Point Mall is just 1.5 miles from the resort on a 500-acre, master planned community that is more than a shopping center. Coconut Point Mall has 113 stores and 25 restaurants, all surrounding several acres of lakes with a boardwalk.

Miromar Outlets

Located in Estero, the Miromar Outlets feature assorted stores including Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Perry Ellis, DKNY, Coach Factory, Nautica and Saks Fifth Avenue.

Gulf Coast Town Center

Enjoy the village-like setting of Gulf Coast Town Center, located in Fort Myers, FL. The center features casual and upscale restaurants, as well as shopping that includes 20 anchor stores, over 50 specialty shops and over 20 eateries.

Waterside Shops

The Waterside Shoppes feature stores including Banana Republic, Anne Taylor, Barnes & Noble and Saks Fifth Avenue.

Sports

Hammond Stadium

Hammond Stadium has been the Spring Training home of the Minnesota Twins since 1991. When the Major League season begins, Hammond Stadium transforms into home field for Minor League team the Fort Myers Miracle.

Germain Arena

Germain Arena is a 7,128-seat multi-purpose arena in Estero, Florida – home to the Florida Everblades ECHL ice hockey team, the Florida Firecats Arena Football League 2 team, the Florida Gulf Coast University hockey team and was the home for the Florida Flame NBA Development League team.

Alico Arena

Cheer on the Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles at Alico Arena. The FGCU basketball games are filled with action so it is no wonder that the arena is called the home of #DunkCity.

Day Trips

Key West Day Trip

Board the Key West Express, a high-speed ferry, for a 3.5-hour voyage from Fort Myers Beach to Key West. Spend the day shopping and touring the island, known as the Conch Republic, before returning back to Fort Myers Beach the same day.

Sanibel and Captiva Islands

A short drive from the resort, cross the causeway to explore the quaint shops, galleries and restaurants of these scenic islands, a getaway for the rich and famous. Bring your swimsuit for a dip in the Gulf of Mexico and enjoy live music at one of many cafes.

Naples Zoo, Naples Botanical Gardens and Luxury Shopping

Just south of the resort is sophisticated Naples, with luxury shopping at Waterside Shops, Fifth Avenue South and Venetian Bay. Stroll the grounds of the Naples Botanical Garden and See the monkeys and giraffes at the Naples Zoo.

Sarasota Ringling Museum

A 90-minute drive north is the Ringling Museum of Art. Tour Ringling’s estate, the Ca’ d’Zan.