Discover Fort Myers Beach From The Lovers Key Resort

Find your island escape at Lovers Key Resort. Situated on a small, almost private island, our Fort Myers Beach resort offers unforgettable water views, gracious amenities, and spacious accommodations. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway, a family vacation or a fun girl's weekend, our Fort Myers Beach resort offers the perfect place to relax and renew. Explore the nearby nature parks, lay on the beach and soak up some sun, or enjoy the sunset from your private balcony—there's plenty of things to do in Fort Myers Beach, even if you want to just do nothing at all.

Location, Location, Location

This unique Fort Myers Beach resort is located within walking distance of one of the country’s best state parks where you can enjoy pristine beaches and a variety of non-motorized watersports. If you’d prefer to explore shopping and dining venues, the resort is a short drive from Naples, Bonita Springs and Sanibel Island. 

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Lovers Key Resort in Fort Myers Beach

Luxurious Suites

Relax in your well-appointed suite and your home away from home. Enjoy the view from your private, open-air balcony where you might see some of Southwest Florida’s finest residents: playful dolphins, soaring birds, and gentle manatees. 

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Lovers Key Fort Myers Beach Resort

Best Area Value

Create your own value-driven experience with the convenience of a kitchen to prepare some meals in your spacious accommodations. Enjoy a full-service fitness center with picturesque views from floor-to-ceiling windows, and take time to relax in the lagoon-style pool. 

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Latest News

Lovers Key State Park

Lovers Key State Park

We believe it's always a great time to visit Lovers Key Resort and Lovers Key State Park. This story in the News Press sheds some light on why summer may be the best time of the year to plan a visit to our little slice of paradise.

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The History of Black Island

The History of Black Island

Lovers Key Resort is located on the historic Black Island named for pirate Augustus Black. In 1821, Augustus Black was a Portuguese Pirate.

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