Think of a winter vacation filled with warm days, vibrant nights, and an endless amount of waterfront landscape—it’s precisely the picture that comes to life in Cape Coral, FL, where you can have the winter vacation you’ve always imagined. Stunning Gulf Coast beaches are less than an hour’s drive away, and over 400 miles of canals offer an abundance of water recreation activities, along with countless ways to experience the wild landscape of Southwest Florida the area’s many ecological parks, and nature reserves. From winter holidays spent adventuring the canals to a much-needed escape from winter snow, Cape Coral is the perfect destination for all ages and walks of life, offering a sunny escape throughout the year, with moderate temperatures in the winter. If you’re ready to plan your next winter vacation, we have an amazing selection of homes that you’ll find for your Florida winter vacation in Cape Coral for the winter of 2022!
A Winter Escape to Southwest Florida
If you’ve never visited us in the winter before, you’re in for a real treat. Southwest Florida can be enchanting during the wintertime, with breezy days that make the outdoors easily accessible, from kayaking on neighborhood canals to spending winter mornings out fishing on your boat. Where in other places you might be bundled up with five layers on, in Cape Coral you can soak up the beautiful weather in your lighter clothes. Whether it’s a festive winter holiday trip, an extended three-day weekend, or a New Year’s vacation, you’ll never run out of things to do! Cape Coral can be a popular place in the winter, so it never hurts to reserve your Cape Coral vacation rental today!
Endless Outdoor Recreation at Your Fingertips
Whether it’s walking the nature trail at Rotary Park or having your own winter BBQ party, a winter vacation to Cape Coral is always a blissful time. You’ll have plenty of ways to immerse yourself in local nature, from our local Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve to the Matlacha Pass National Wildlife Aquatic Preserve—you can even kayak the preserve with some local companies. By car, you’re only an hour away from Sanibel Island, which also offers its own J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Preserve, where you can explore trails and kayak. Sanibel Island is also home to some of the top “shelling”, or seashell hunting, beaches in the country, as unique Gulf Coast currents turn up all sorts of wonderful treasures on the shore. Even better, if you stay in one of our properties with Gulf access and a private dock, you can bring your own boat, and be out to the Gulf in no time. Understandably, our properties with these types of amenities are booked quickly, so it’s a great idea to reserve the vacation rental you want for your Cape Coral winter 2022 vacation today!
The Best of Winter Dining and Shopping in Cape Coral, FL
Treat yourself and your loved ones to a fresh seafood dinner at Fish Tale Grill or dine at Rumrunners with a waterfront view. When you come to vacation in Cape Coral, rest assured there are countless fantastic local restaurants serving up everything from traditional Italian to local lobster shacks. If you’re visiting for the holidays and love a bit of last-minute shopping, visit Cape Harbour or the Shops at Surfside. On Saturday mornings, Cape Coral has a local Farmers Market downtown, where you can shop for an assortment of locally made goods—candles, jewelry, soaps, lotions, home décor, and more! You can also pick up a fresh catch or two to grill up yourself for a holiday dinner. With a lifestyle as easy as this, you can’t miss out on a winter vacation to Cape Coral! Take a look at our winter rentals online, so you can pick out your favorite and reserve it ahead of the booking rush.
Book Your Winter 2022 Getaway with Vacanza Rentals Today!
At Vacanza Rentals, we’re proud to be among the best vacation rental companies in Cape Coral, where we aim to give you personalized customer service and lend you our local expertise, for a winter vacation that will be truly unforgettable. We have a large collection of rentals with features ideal for a winter escape—homes with canal front views, handsome fireplaces, in-ground hot tubs, rooms with private lanai entrances, and views of the Caloosahatchee River and the Gulf beyond. Wake up to go fishing off your own private dock and spend the afternoon taking your boat rental out to the Gulf—these are just a few of the possibilities when you stay at one of our luxury Cape Coral rentals. With homes as amazing as these, it’s no surprise our homes are reserved quickly—so give our friendly team a call and we’ll start planning your Cape Coral winter 2022 getaway today!
Welcome to Cape Coral, a land of hundreds of miles of shimmering canals, each beckoning you onward to your next adventure. It’s the type of vacation destination where you can spend one minute immersed in outdoor activities and the next out exploring the town. Take the morning to go fishing in your own backyard, spend the afternoon kayaking at the Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve, and enjoy an evening feasting on freshly caught Gulf seafood—it’s all on the agenda when you come to visit Cape Coral! Besides the abundant outdoor recreation, you’ll find local shopping, family-friendly activities, and attractions like the Cape Coral Museum of History. If you’ve been thinking about taking the plunge on booking your Cape Coral vacation, take a look at this Cape Coral rental with a pool, our wonderful Villa Charlene!
A Superior Location Off Cat Cay Lake
This lovely 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home has an excellent location, as it’s situated on a wider canal, with views of Cat Cay Lake just a few houses down. This property has all the features you’d want and expect in a Cape Coral home—think private pool covered by a screened-in lanai, private dock for backyard fishing, and close to exciting activities. The home is only a short distance from the Four Mile Ecological Preserve, where you can rent seasonal kayaks or walk along the maintained boardwalk trail through the wetlands. If you’re looking for a rental that can be a perfect home base for exploring all Cape Coral has to offer, this is it!
Splash Into the Cape Coral Life with Outdoor Amenities
When you come to Cape Coral to immerse yourself in life on the water, you’re going to want all the great outdoor amenities—and we’re pleased to say Villa Charlene delivers! This home has some palms planted inside the lanai, giving the pool space a lush and tropical feel. Grill up a fresh catch on the gas BBQ grill and enjoy meals outside in the lanai at one of two seating areas—one more formal with six seats, and a casual set with four bright red-and-white chairs. When you’re not swimming in the beautifully tiled pool, you can take a dip in the hot tub, or catch some sun on one of four loungers. The private dock offers a built-in shading umbrella, should you need to relax in-between casting your line. This home has it all for immersing yourself in the Cape Coral lifestyle!
Elegant Living Spaces with an Upscale Coastal Vibe
When you enter the home, you’ll be in a wide, open-concept space, with the living, dining, and kitchen area. The living space is handsomely decorated, with rich-colored wood furniture and plush couches, along with a bright red rug patterned with bamboo plants. A large flat-screen TV allows you to kick back and take in your favorite shows, or even a vacation family movie night. You’ll find complimentary Wi-Fi in this home, allowing you to stay as connected or disconnected as you’d like to be. A beautifully tiled fireplace completes the room’s look, creating a cozy place to relax when you’re not out adventuring around Cape Coral! A formal dining set can be found by the window, with six upscale chairs.
Necessities for a Fantastic Vacation
Continue to the kitchen area, where you’ll find slightly more informal dining set by the windows looking out to the lanai. The kitchen itself is fully equipped, allowing you to whip up your own creations at a moment’s notice, from the family casserole recipe to sandwiches to enjoy down by the dock. High-quality appliances make it easy, and you’ll enjoy the use of a drip coffee maker if you’re a fan of a morning cup. Don’t forget, you can also use your refrigerator to store scrumptious leftovers from local Cape Coral restaurants! You can also find a washer and dryer for your use in the kitchen.
Charming Bedrooms with a Home Away from Home Feel
This home offers three well-decorated bedrooms, each offering a flat-screen TV—so no matter where you choose to sleep, you can unwind at night in your cozy bed catching up on the day’s news, or your favorite nightly programming. The first bedroom offers a queen-size bed, while the second also offers a queen-size bed and access to the lanai, while both rooms share the second bathroom. The master suite offers beautifully redone flooring, and a spa-like bathroom, with an oversized bathtub, walk-in shower, and double sinks. With its own private entrance to the lanai, this room is a typical picture of Cape Coral luxury!
Contact Us to Book Your Stay at Villa Charlene!
At Vacanza Rentals, we take pride in offering some of the finest Cape Coral properties, from those with direct Gulf access to riverfront properties with sweeping views. Our knowledgeable team can answer any questions you might have, and help you book your stay at Villa Charlene. Give us a call, and we’ll start planning your Cape Coral getaway today!
Cape Coral is the definition of life on the water—hundreds of miles of canals form a giant playground for those looking to participate in a bit of water recreation, and it’s one of the few places where you can boat to your favorite restaurant. Besides all the water activities you can splash into, you’ll also find lots of things to do locally, including outdoor recreation, indoor activities, family-friendly fun, and great local dining—just to name a few! To add to the attractiveness of our unique locale, we’re also less than an hour from tropical Gulf Coast beaches, as well as Fort Meyers which offers tons of additional things to do. If you’ve been looking for the perfect vacation destination, you’ve found it, so start planning your Memorial Day Cape Coral getaway today!
Live Life on the Canals
Spend Memorial Day on the water, taking a picnic along on the boat as you cruise up and down the Caloosahatchee River marveling at the sights, or spend the morning fishing for a fresh catch to BBQ up for a Memorial Day dinner. Besides providing plenty of ground to cover in the city, canals also lead out to the river and other interesting areas like the spreader canals, where one side borders the Matlacha Pass Aquatic Preserve. You’ll never run out of ways to enjoy life on the water when you visit Cape Coral for Memorial Day!
Explore Local Cape Coral Attractions
From the Wicked Dolphin Rum Distillery to the Sun Splash Family Waterpark, you’ll find there’s an array of activities to be explored in Cape Coral. Stop by Gator Mike’s Family Fun Park for a selection of thrills ranging from go-karts to carnival rides—there’s even mini-golf, which can make for a great date night activity! If you’d like to learn more about the unique terrain of Cape Coral and how the city came to be, be sure to stop by the Cape Coral Museum of History, where you can educate yourself on what makes Cape Coral a one-of-a-kind place! Just over the bridge in Fort Myers, you’ll find the IMAG History and Science Center, which can be a great way to escape the heat of the day and where the kids will love the interactive exhibits.
Visit State Parks and Wildlife Watch
Cape Coral is home to many escapes that a nature lover would put at the top of their list! Right in town, you’ll find the Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve, a wetland preserve that features walking trails through mangrove forests, along with kayak rentals so you can explore the preserve by water. To the west of Cape Coral lies the Matlacha Pass Aquatic Preserve, where you can kayak and fish, as well as watch for birds and other wildlife. There are hiking and paddling trails that provide access to the preserve, or you can sign up for a tour with a local company like Gulf Coast Kayak.
Adventure to Fort Myers and Beyond
Beyond the additional eateries and activities in Fort Myers, you’ll also find that Sanibel Island and Fort Myers Beach are less than an hour’s drive away! Make a day trip of it and pack along with snacks and a picnic lunch to enjoy at the beach, or even bring your own BBQ supplies in a cooler and use the beach charcoal grills to whip up a Memorial Day BBQ. Popular beaches on Sanibel Island include Lighthouse Beach Park and Bowman’s Beach, and on Fort Meyers Beach Bowditch Point and Crescent Beach Family Park are sure to be bustling spots. Even better, if you book a vacation rental with private dock space, you can rent or bring your own boat and be zipping to the Gulf in a fraction of the time it would take to drive!
Enjoy Memorial Day the Cape Coral Way
Kick back with a cocktail and observe the sunset over the Caloosahatchee River from the deck at The Boathouse or take your own boat to dinner at Rumrunners—these are just a few of the ways you can relax on Memorial Day weekend, and you’ll find there are several Cape Coral restaurants that you can boat to! Other favorites include the Nauti Mermaid Dockside Bar and Grill or try The Dek Bar and Ralph’s Place for live music. However you celebrate, you’ll find tons to do this Memorial Day weekend in Cape Coral!
Reserve Your Memorial Day Vacation Rental with Us Today!
Your Cape Coral vacation begins with your dream vacation rental, and that’s where we come in! Our canal-front homes can include features such as private lanai-covered pools, private docks, BBQ grills, large flat-screen TVs, and everything else you need for a fantastic Memorial Day getaway. To learn more about reserving one of our Cape Coral properties for Memorial Day weekend, give us a call today!
Welcome to Cape Coral, aka the Waterfront Wonderland! Our unique city was specially designed and built to be a water lover’s dream destination, with over hundreds of miles of canals offering recreation like fishing, kayaking, and boating. Even better, you’ll find it’s only a drive away from stunning Gulf Coast beaches, and that the journey is even shorter if you’re traveling by boat. Besides all the popular outdoor recreation, you’ll also find local activities such as nature preserves, museums, and a robust dining scene. It’s a great place to escape to recharge your batteries, and we’re proud to offer a lovely selection of vacation homes in Cape Coral that were made for a little getaway to the water. If you would like to see what your Cape Coral vacation could entail, take a look at our wonderful Robin’s Nest property!
Waterfront Villa for A One-Of-A-Kind Vacation
This amazing property has everything you could possibly want for a Cape Coral vacation, including a private dock where you can tie up a rental boat! With an unbeatable location with direct access to the Caloosahatchee River, this property is a boater’s dream, as you can be on your way to the Gulf of Mexico in five minutes or less! You might even spy some wildlife such as seabirds and dolphins. Take the boat to local spots like The Boathouse or Rumrunners, both of which allow you to dock at the restaurant and indulge in a great meal before heading home on the water. When you come to stay at Robin’s Nest, it all becomes your everyday reality!
Comfortable Living Spaces for Unwinding
Pull up to the home and you’ll already get that tropical Florida feel, with swaying palms and beautiful landscaping. Enter the home to find a charming sitting area, complete with a lovely piano. Here you can curl up with your favorite book in the morning or get some you-time while everyone else is hanging out outside. Continue from this area and you’ll pass an eight-seat dining set, a terrific spot to enjoy family meals if you decide to do any cooking at home. From there you can continue to the open concept living and kitchen space, where the living area features two cushy sofas and a large flat screen TV, along with a fan for added comfort and a beachy rug to set the mood for your vacation.
Must-Haves in Your Fully Equipped Kitchen
The fully equipped kitchen can also be found in this space and offers all you need for making your own vacation meals, from family lasagna nights to fresh guacamole to enjoy out in your lanai. The kitchen offers stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, and perks like a coffee maker and toaster oven. There is a four-seater dining set between the kitchen and living area, as well as sliding doors that lead out to the private screened-in lanai. The home also offers a washer and dryer, which can be convenient after exploring along the canals in the sun all day. Robin’s Nest is fitted with everything you need for a flawless vacation!
Restful Bedrooms for a Vacation Retreat
There are three bedrooms in the property, each offering their own setup and amenities. The first bedroom is furnished with a king-sized bed, along with a 42” flat screen TV, creating a cozy personal retreat. Moving onward, the second bedroom has two twin-sized beds—a terrific option for families traveling with younger children! This room also boasts its own 42” TV, letting the kids have a cuddly movie night if they wish. These two rooms share the hall bath. The master suite has the most features, with a king-sized mattress, a large 50” flat screen TV, and its own patio access. You’ll find an ensuite bathroom in the master suite as well, with double sinks and a walk-in shower.
Outside Features for Enjoying the Best of Canal-Front Living
This home was made for soaking up the best of waterfront living, from the private dock to the screened-in lanai. The lanai offers a beautiful indoor-outdoor space, featuring a sitting area and an outdoor dining set. There’s also a ceiling fan for added comfort, and convenient bar top seating with a sliding window to the kitchen. Have your friends be your own personal bartender or pass the family snacks outside. This home has a BBQ grill for whipping up meals al fresco, and the dock features two sun loungers for when you want to catch a few rays. Kayaks are available for your use at this property, allowing you to explore the neighborhood by water anytime you’d like. Close to downtown and the river, this charming home has it all!
Reserve Your Stay at Robin’s Nest with Vacanza Rentals!
If you’re thinking non-stop about your Cape Coral getaway, there’s never been a better time to take the plunge and book it! If you’d like to learn more about reserving your stay at Robin’s Nest, contact us today!
It’s that time of year again, when the Easter holiday is coming up and you’re starting to get anxiety about holiday planning—so why not do something totally different and go on an Easter vacation to Cape Coral instead? It’s the perfect idea for a blissful holiday vacation, and visitors to the area will find much to keep them busy, whether it’s fishing on over 400 miles of canals or relaxing with a local brew after a day exploring out in the sun. Besides abundant outdoor recreation, you’ll find the local dining scene offers everything you could want, and churches that offer local Easter Sunday services to complete your holiday if that’s on your list! Basically, it’ll be the easiest decision you’ve ever made, and will be an unforgettable Cape Coral holiday experience—it always is when you spend Easter in Cape Coral!
Welcome to the Waterfront Wonderland
When you visit Cape Coral, you’ll find your backyard is your own playground, as the city boasts hundreds of miles of canals ripe for exploration! Whether you’re a simple kayaker or an avid boater, you’ll find adventure out on the water—and several of our vacation homes offer amenities such as kayaks available for use and private docks if you’d like to bring your own boat or rent one. Spend Easter morning on a sunrise kayak trip or spend the day out cruising the Caloosahatchee River and adventure out to the Gulf. Either way, you’ll find a way to enjoy the good weather and waterfront lifestyle for your Easter vacation, from catching some sun out on the dock to swimming in your private lanai-covered pool.
Dine Out for Easter Brunch
Another great thing about visiting Cape Coral for Easter is that you can take advantage of all the delicious local restaurants for your holiday meals, from Easter brunch to Saturday evening dinner. Popular local restaurants are all over town, but one standout is always The Boathouse, as it offers sweeping views of the Caloosahatchee River and has dock parking for your boat! Otherwise, you’ll find everything from upscale waterfront dining to vibrant and eclectic sports bars and grills. With such a wide variety of restaurants in Cape Coral, you have lots of options for your Easter meals!
Visit the Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve
Visitors to Cape Coral find much to do when they’re not living the canal life, including exploring local state parks and nature preserves. Right in town just off the river you’ll find the Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve, where you can see the classic Florida wetlands up close, with a scenic walking trail and an educational visitor’s center. It also offers a kayak launch if you have your own, or seasonally you can rent one and discover the preserve by water. You might spot wildlife such as eagles and herons, and there’s two observation piers in addition to a picnic area. Whether it’s on Easter or another vacation day, it’s a lovely spot to explore and stop to enjoy a homemade lunch!
Spend a Day Visiting Tropical Gulf Beaches
Whether you get there by boat or car, tropical Gulf Coast beaches on Sanibel Island and Fort Meyers Beach are only a quick trip away, and an easy destination for a day trip to the beach. Explore stunning beaches and hunt for rare seashells—the beaches in this area are famous for offering some of the best shells in the country! There’s even a beach park off the causeway from Fort Meyers to Sanibel Island, giving you a beach day where you’re almost entirely surrounded by sparkling coastal waters. When you stay in Cape Coral, it’s all within easy reach, and if you have your own boat, the canals are just the beginning of the adventure!
Local Churches in Cape Coral
On Easter Sunday if you want to attend a worship service, you will find many options in Cape Coral. Local churches include many different denominations, and you can find a comprehensive list by searching on Google Maps. Some nearby churches include Providence Christian Church, Cape Christian, Cape Alliance Church, Cape Coral Community Church, New Hope Church, Grace Baptist Church, Christ Lutheran Church, and even more. When you spend your Easter vacation in Cape Coral, you’ll always have options.
Vacanza Rentals—Your Host for Your Easter Vacation to Cape Coral!
Vacanza Rentals vacation homes have it all for an Easter vacation to Cape Coral and offer some of the finest accommodations in town for immersing yourself in the best of canal front living. From fishing on your own dock to boating to your favorite restaurants, you can truly live on the water. It all starts with your Easter vacation home! We offer properties all over town, with unique amenities and locations. Give us a call to learn more and book your Easter vacation rental today!
Are you ready for an unforgettable vacation to the Waterfront Wonderland? Cape Coral is the ultimate canal front getaway, with hundreds of miles of canals and plenty of water recreation to be enjoyed, whether it’s kayaking through your local neighborhood or fishing for a fresh catch. The proximity to the Gulf Coast also makes Cape Coral an attractive vacation destination, and by boat you can reach the Gulf and Caloosahatchee River from many city canals. Cape Coral is a water adventurer’s dream, and the property you pick has everything to do with what you have access to. If you’re interested in vacationing in an incredible Cape Coral property, we’ll walk you through our Villa Dolphin vacation home!
Meet Your Waterfront Wonderland
This 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom villa enjoys one of the best locations in town, with easy access to the river and Gulf beyond. The property is located on a canal wider than most in the city, giving you a beautiful view of the water. Guests to this amazing property will be able to rent the 27 ft. Regal Bowrider, which can fit up to 10 people comfortably. With options like this, you can truly enjoy the best of both worlds, as you’ll have access to all the canals offer in town, along with being only a boat ride away from the magnificent beaches of Sanibel Island and Fort Meyers Beach. With a boat available for rent at your vacation home, you have zero hassle to worry about—except, of course, having your boating license!
Step Into Cape Coral Luxury
Pull up to this home and you’ll feel like you’re living in a lux Florida dream. Lush landscaping welcomes you to the home, with a huge circular driveway and elegant entryway. When you enter the property, you’ll be greeted by a picture of modern luxury, with upscale furnishings and a striking style. The open concept space includes the living, kitchen, and dining area. You’ll notice the living area first, decorated with a plush leather sectional, an extra La-Z-Boy chair, and a flat-screen TV. You have access to cable at this property and there’s a DVD player in the living room! Large sliding doors open this area to the outside lanai, creating a seamless indoor/outdoor space. Guests to this home will also enjoy access to the workout room, a ping pong in the garage, and an office that is fully equipped for working from home!
Modern Amenities and Fully Equipped Kitchen
From here, the living room flows into the kitchen and dining area. The dining area seats six and also features a set of smaller glass doors that can open to the lanai. In the fully equipped kitchen, you’ll find you can make anything you’d like on your vacation, whether it’s some sliced fruit to enjoy by the pool or a big family dinner. Featuring state of the art appliances and a charming counter with two high top chairs, it’s a bright and welcoming space where you can grab a quick snack or prep an entire meal. In this lovely vacation home, you’ll always have a space to relax with a drink or appetizer!
Welcoming Bedrooms for Ultimate Relaxation
There are four bedrooms in this home, each offering guests their own TV, which is already a fantastic feature! Two bedrooms offer a queen size bed and share a bathroom with a shower/tub combo in the hall. The third bedroom is furnished with two twin beds that can be pushed together, offering a great option for families that are looking for a home with more sleeping space! This bedroom also has sliding glass doors that lead to the lanai. The master bedroom is the real prize of this property, as it offers a king size bed, private entry to the lanai, entry to the workout room, and a spa-like bathroom with a large soaking tub, double sinks, and walk-in shower.
Outdoor Features for Cape Coral Bliss
This home has all the outdoor features you’d expect from a Cape Coral property, from the private pool to the personal dock on the canal. The covered lanai features a gas BBQ grill, jacuzzi, lounge chairs, and an outdoor dining set that can seat six. Enjoy sweeping canal views from the cover beneath the lanai, which has excellent sun exposure during the day, with the covering of the lanai adding some extra relief from the elements. Out on the extensive private dock, you’ll find additional lounge chairs, and another dining set where you can enjoy your meals right by the water!
Reserve Villa Dolphin for Your Cape Coral Getaway Today!
As one of the premier rental companies in Cape Coral, we have several luxury properties that give guests the best our town can offer, such as Villa Dolphin. If you’re interested in booking Villa Dolphin for your next Cape Coral getaway, give us a call today!
When springtime arrives in Cape Coral, you’ll find everyone practically celebrating out in the good weather, with plenty of outdoor recreation, patio dining, and soaking up the lack of intense humidity before summer hits. You can kayak the canals in breeze temperatures, while enjoying everything from fishing to swimming in your pool under the protection of a luxurious lanai. With so much waterfront property, the spring is a great time to take advantage of that and visitors will find much to do during this season, from visiting nearby Gulf Coast beaches on Sanibel Island, to exploring local state parks. It’s a destination that has it all for enjoying the best Florida road trip, and if you’ve been considering planning one to Cape Coral, you’re in luck, because we have a collection of friendly tips and advice below!
The Ultimate Cape Coral Road Trip
Spring is the best time of year to take a road trip to Cape Coral, as the humidity will be lower, the days will be sunny, and generally the weather will be beautiful for taking advantage of the outdoors. Cruise around town to different restaurant areas, like Cape Coral Parkway or Cape Harbour. Local state parks are easily within your reach when you bring your own car, and you can visit the Charlotte Harbor Reserve State Park, as well as drive out to Pine Island, where you can view the Matlacha Pass and wildlife watch. Locally, the Four Mile Cove Ecological area is a quick drive from most of the residential areas in town and offers walking trails in addition to a kayak rental and launch. If we’re being honest, there’s not much you can’t do when you bring your car on a spring road trip to Cape Coral!
Check Your Florida Travel Resources
Before you get ready to leave on your road trip to Cape Coral, it never hurts to check out the state’s informational resources on the Florida Department of Transportation’s Website. There’s not likely to be any inclement weather during this blissful season, but it never hurts to check. On top of that, you can order a free informational map of Florida prior to your trip, look at locations of rest areas ahead of time, and plan your stops across the state accordingly. Luckily much of the roads to Cape Coral are well populated, but it’s never a bad idea to bring a cooler full of snacks, that can then double as the perfect cooler for boating down the canals once you arrive in Cape Coral!
Noteworthy Add on Stops and Destinations
From the famous theme parks that define Orlando, to the culture and art in Miami, there’s lots of spots you could add on to your Cape Coral road trip. It’s a great time to experience outdoor attractions, as the weather isn’t too hot for being outside most of the day. For those heading over from the east coast, you could always stop by towns on the Atlantic side of the state, while those driving from other areas of the country can stop at major cities along the way—Charlotte, Nashville, or Memphis. Or do a giant loop and see the tropical shores of the iconic Key West. It all depends on your point of departure, but there are so many possibilities for an unbeatable Florida road trip!
Adventure Cape Coral and Arrive at Your Road Trip Vacation Home
Upon your arrival, you’ll love having a vehicle in Cape Coral. It makes it easy to go out to family attractions like the Sun Splash Family Water Park or the science museum in Fort Meyers. It’s always worth a day trip to go to Fort Meyers Beach or Sanibel Island to get a taste of the tropical gulf coast beaches, while locally you’ll find plenty of parks along the canals and river. Our collection of vacation homes include homes with private docks, where you can bring along your own boat and kayak gear—another point for the benefits of a road trip to Cape Coral. With a boat you can cruise the canals, visit local restaurants, and reach the Gulf—and you can do it all from your vehicle too!
Reserve Your Cape Coral Spring Road Trip Vacation Rental Today!
We always go above and beyond to offer our guests a top-of-the-line vacation experience in Cape Coral, from the area information on our website, to our personalized sense of service, to our high-quality properties in a variety of locations. Our staff knows Cape Coral like only true residents can and are always willing to offer local suggestions and personal tips to make your vacation the best it can possibly be. We always love to welcome spring vacationers, and can help you pick out your dream Cape Coral rental. Give us a call to learn more about our Cape Coral rentals today!
Sunshine-filled days, cooling off on your own private boat on the water, exploring the mangroves and other natural wonders of Southwest Florida—it’s a typical picture of the summer in Cape Coral, and visitors this time of year will find there’s plenty to do! The summer brings those deliciously warm days, and the snowbirds have headed back home, meaning that there are fewer crowds and more opportunities to experience all the things that make Cape Coral a coveted vacation destination. Rent kayaks to explore the city’s canals at your own leisure, spend afternoons lounging out by your vacation home pool, and take the evening to discover the local culinary scene—when you come to Cape Coral for the summer, the possibilities are truly limitless! For those who like to plan ahead, we’ve compiled the ultimate summer guide to Cape Coral, so you can easily have an unforgettable summer vacation that will keep you coming back year after year!
Discover Local Beaches and The Gulf Coast
Of course, the water is one of the main reasons people are drawn to Cape Coral, but there’s more than just the canals and river! Cape Coral itself is home to a few beaches, and you’ll find the gorgeous tropical beaches of Sanibel Island are only about a 40-minute drive away depending on where you’re coming from. We’ve highlighted some of the best beaches both in Cape Coral and on the Gulf Coast below!
Yacht Club Public Beach
This beach is our most popular in Cape Coral, and sits near the southeastern tip of the city, facing the flowing waters of the Caloosahatchee River. The complex also hosts a community pool, pier, boat ramp, tennis courts, and a marina.
**PLEASE NOTE the Yacht Club Community Park will be closed April 2022 for renovations, but the nearby restaurant, The Boathouse, will be open and offers similar views!
Four Freedoms Beach
This is another beach local to Cape Coral, that you’ll find at the Four Freedoms Park. Here you can bring the kids to enjoy the playground or sit on the sand and take in the views of the boats on Bimini Basin, the lake the park faces. It’s a great place for an afternoon picnic or to watch the sunset!
Lighthouse Beach Park—Sanibel Island
If you make the drive to Sanibel Island, you certainly won’t regret it. As soon as you cross the causeway over to the island, you’ll be able to make your way over to Lighthouse Beach Park—your passengers might even be able to see it on the ride over the causeway! Besides stunning beaches, this beautiful park offers up a charming historic lighthouse, a public fishing pier, a picnic and BBQ area, and showers.
Bowman’s Beach—Sanibel Island
Another popular beach on Sanibel Island, Bowman’s beach is well-known amongst dedicated “shellers” or sea-shell hunters. The Gulf currents run in such a way that tons of unique shells turn up on Sanibel Island beaches. Take a swim in between combing the beach for treasures and eat lunch at the picnic area. It’s always a good idea to leave for the island early and make a day trip out of it to maximize your beach time!
Explore Cape Coral Nature Preserves
Visitors to Cape Coral will find a wealth of nearby nature preserves to discover, from walking trails to areas where you can kayak. From mornings looking to spot wildlife to sunset strolls in nature, these preserves have plenty to offer those wanting to connect with Southwest Florida’s unique environment of wetlands and mangroves.
Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve
You’ll find this preserve right in east Cape Coral, right along the Caloosahatchee River. Spend an early morning walking the trail across the boardwalks that take you through the dense forest or take an afternoon kayak trip through the mangroves—there’s a visitor’s center, and even seasonal kayak rentals if you don’t have your own!
Matlacha Pass Aquatic Preserve
This is the preserve that runs alongside the west of Cape Coral, offering protected waterways full of mangrove islands and wildlife. There are limits to where you can go, but a reputable tour company such as Gulf Coast Kayaks will be able to either take you on a tour or advise where you can adventure on your own!
Pine Island Conservation Area
You’ll find Pine Island to the west of Cape Coral, a laid-back destination with lots of fishing opportunities as well as kayaking and canoeing. The conservation area offers up seven miles of trails that bird watchers will love, as well as kayak access to the marshland. In addition, there are several areas on the island you can visit for some wildlife watching, such as the Galt Preserve.
J N Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge—Sanibel Island
This preserve gets an honorable mention as it’s on Sanibel Island, but it’s perfect to tack onto a beach trip or even for a day all on its own! You can spot hundreds of species of birds, explore trails, and fish. There’s also an educational center and options like tram tours of the refuge.
Spend an Afternoon in Cape Coral Museums
At times you might find you need a break from the summer heat, which makes for a perfect time to visit some of our local museums in Cape Coral and nearby Fort Meyers. We’ve compiled a list of noteworthy stops and popular museums below!
Cape Coral Historical Society Museum
This museum is a tribute to the local history of Cape Coral. Learn how the city was created and designed to be a waterfront wonderland and discover the stories behind the vision for the town and how it came to be. It’s a great place to pick up a souvenir at the gift shop, and they also have museum gardens, such as the rose garden and butterfly garden.
IMAG History and Science Center—Fort Meyers
This family-friendly science museum is a great place to take the kids for the day, or for those craving a bit of a scientific adventure! Located just over highway 41 in Fort Meyers, this museum is easily accessible from Cape Coral and offers over 60 exhibits, including a Living Lab, home to a variety of sea creatures, and a “Hands on Hall” where the kids can play an assortment of puzzles and games.
Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum—Sanibel Island
This museum is worth noting, as you can incorporate it into your excursions to Sanibel Island and learn a bit about the famous local pastime of shell hunting! This space features a variety of local shells, and a hands-on discovery space for kids.
Local Eateries Perfect for a Break from the Summer Heat
When you want to relax and grab a bite to eat, there’s several places in Cape Coral that are great for a bit of a reprieve from the warm summer temps. From waterside spots to local brewhouses, you have a variety to choose from when you’re vacationing in the summer!
The Boathouse Tiki Bar and Grill
This spot is first up on the list, as it sits right along the Caloosahatchee River, and can be accessed by canals local to the Caloosahatchee area. They have a dock where you can park your watercraft, meaning you can arrive by boat or kayak! Featuring a lively open-air bar, as well as drink specials and a daily breakfast menu, this is one spot not to be missed.
Big Storm Brewing Company
If you’re a lover of craft brews, a visit to this local brewhouse is a must! Offering a selection of their own brews, you can find options like the Bromosa, a tangerine IPA, or their Tropic Pressure golden ale. You can even sample their signature Cape Coral IPA. Offering a spacious patio with fans, as well as a food menu, it’s a fantastic spot to kickback for the afternoon!
Wicked Dolphin Rum Distillery
Calling all rum lovers, and even those who have only dabbled in spirits—regardless of whether or not you’re a rum connoisseur, you’ll enjoy a late afternoon of tastings at this local distillery. This is booked by tour only, so you’ll want to reserve your spot ahead of time. You even get to sample new rums they’re working on! Tours are available Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
Cork Soakers Deck & Wine Bar
This local spot can be found just off Cape Coral Parkway and offers a casually elegant setting featuring live music. Enjoy apps like deviled eggs and bacon wrapped shrimp and sit back while you sip on a glass of wine or a local brew. They also offer patio seating, with landscaping offering up plenty of palms, and an outdoor bar with TVs.
Summer Family Fun in Cape Coral
Of course, when you’re coming to Cape Coral with the family, you’re going to be looking for some family-friendly activities. While some of these activities might be more enjoyed by kids, some of these are also great choices for those looking for something unique to do while visiting Cape Coral!
Tom Allen Memorial Butterfly House
You’ll find this Cape Coral treasure at Rotary Park, which also offers a beautiful nature walking trail. Here you’ll find lots of butterfly native to Florida, as well as classic migratory species. You can take a free guided tour on Friday and Saturday at 10:30 AM and 12:00 PM. You might even spot a hungry caterpillar or two!
Sun Splash Family Waterpark
This is a great way to have some fun in the water without making the journey out to a swimmable beach! This popular park opens for the summer season and features countless water slides, a play area for smaller children, and a lazy river that you can float down for hours. You can even purchase a very affordable seasonal pass that will include early entry to the park and 20% off food and beverages!
Gator Mike’s Family Fun Park
This local amusement park features tons of attractions to keep the kids entertained during the day, or early evening when the park lights up for the night. Play an exciting round of miniature golf or practice your swing in their batting cages. Other attractions include climbing ropes, ziplines, go-karts, paintball, and an arcade! Kids can even make a wax mold of their hand or try out virtual reality games. If you need something to do with the kids or want to play a game of mini golf for a cute date night, this is the place to check out!
Take a Family Cruise to Tour the Gulf or Reserve a Fishing Charter
From tours on the Gulf Coast to excursions on the Caloosahatchee River, it’s always a great idea to explore the area by boat. There are local companies that offer departure from Cape Coral, such as the Banana Bay Tour Company, or splurge for a private excursion with a local charter. For those who love a bit of adventure, you can hire a local fishing charter to take you out to sea!
Explore Cape Corals Canals
It goes without saying that this is one of the number one pastimes in Cape Coral, and you might even find your vacation rental has a private boat dock or kayaks available for your use. If not, you can always rent a boat locally, and there are several kayak rental companies such as Cape Coral Kayak and Grab N Go Kayaks.
Reserve Your Summer Vacation Home in Cape Coral Today!
At Vacanza Rentals, we have years of experience in the Cape Coral vacation rental industry, and know the area well, from the best canal front neighborhoods to properties that will allow you to get out to the gulf. As locals, we have roots in the area and are always willing to offer our own personal suggestions on how to best enjoy your time in Cape Coral. We offer our guests a premium experience, from our professional cleaning to our friendly team that can answer any questions you might have. If you’re ready to book the ultimate summer vacation in Cape Coral, FL, then give us a call today!
Sunshine filled days, miles of canals, and countless opportunities for water recreation that let you take advantage of the great outdoors to experience it all—these are the things that define Cape Coral, and what makes it such a marvelous vacation destination! Our lovely city has so much to offer visitors, whether you’re escaping for a quick weekend or the entire winter. Wake up in the morning to go kayaking through the neighborhood and watch spectacular sunsets with a canal front view. These are just some of the possibilities when you come to vacation in Cape Coral! Combine all that with local restaurants, shopping, and nearby nature preserves, and the perfection of Cape Coral is complete. When you come to stay in Cape Coral, you’ll find a variety of neighborhoods within the city, each with its own unique charm and distinct character, and we’re proud to say we offer rentals all over the city. If you’re interested about the best places to stay in Cape Coral, we’ve broken it down for you below!
Also sometimes referred to as the southeast quadrant of the city, this area is the oldest and most developed. Some might even consider it the soul of the city, as it was here that the first canals were carved into the land, and where the first homes on the island were built. Today you’ll find a mixture of properties, as some of the original lots have been redone with massive properties offering tons of modern amenities. Visitors who stay here will find that the homes in this area have that classic southern Florida charisma, with beautiful landscaping and architecture.
Stay in a home right on the Caloosahatchee River or immerse yourself in a property surrounded by palms that will make you feel like you’re in the tropics—there’s plenty of highlights our properties in this area have to offer. Vacation homes in this area are coveted as they provide easy access to the Caloosahatchee River, and the Gulf of Mexico beyond that. Quite a few vacation homes in this area will allow you to bring your own boat, and if yours is sea-ready, you’ll love a property with quick access to the Gulf. In short, homes in this area truly have it all, especially if you’re looking for a property that enjoys the perks of both being on the canals and never far from the river and Gulf!
Things to do in Caloosahatchee
This area of town is situated along the Caloosahatchee River, giving guests that stay here countless opportunities for water recreation, and canal pathways that lead out to the river as well as plenty of homes with sweeping river views. It’s in this area you’ll find the Cape Coral Parkway toll bridge, which provides easy access to the shopping and restaurants of Fort Meyers, and Sanibel Island, where you can visit tropical Gulf Coast beaches that offer some of the best “shelling” (seashell hunting) beaches in the entire nation. Locally, the Yacht Club Public Beach has a sandy shoreline along the river, and Jaycee Park is a great spot for a waterfront picnic on the river. Four Freedoms Park is another popular spot in this area, with a sandy beach and a playground.
Dining in Caloosahatchee
Luckily if you’re staying in Caloosahatchee, you’ll never run out of dining options, from the strand of restaurants on Cape Coral Parkway to waterfront restaurants. One of the most popular dining choices in this area is The Boathouse Tiki Bar and Grill, which enjoys a prime spot facing out towards the Gulf, with docks where you can park your boat or watercraft—you can even kayak there from many of the rentals in this area. Cape Coral Parkway offers up a ton of restaurants in a conveniently concentrated area, from classic Italian cuisine at Papa Joe’s, to the lively sports bar atmosphere of Ford’s Garage.
This area is also known as southwest quadrant of Cape Coral, and naturally was the next area to be developed when the city was founded, making this another part of town home to popular and exclusive neighborhoods. Bordered to the west by the spreader canal that separates the city from the dense mangroves of the Matlacha Pass Aquatic Preserve, this area offers easy access to the best of nature and city combined.
Here you’ll find beautiful homes, many of them new, with amazing canal front views and amenities made for living life on the water, from homes with private docks to those with lanais that host huge private pools. The convenience of staying in this area includes that you can access a lock system that will take you out to the salt water, with restrictions on the size of the watercraft. It’s a terrific area for those who like to fish in the freshwater canals, as well as those looking for a bit of an adventure.
Things to Do in Pelican
From the water recreation of the well-connected system of canals in this area, to the easy access to the excitement of the marina at Tarpoon Point, this area of town offers visitors plenty to do. Kayak out to see the sights of Cape Harbour and see the Chaquita Lock or take your boat out to traverse the lock yourself and head out to the Gulf. The Glover Bight trail is a great activity for nature lovers or to get a bit of walking in, and local parks include Camelot Park and Rotary Park. For those that love boutique and local shopping, don’t miss the shops at Cape Harbour, which include everything from gifts, souvenirs, clothes, and jewelry.
Dining in Pelican
Visitors to this area will find the choice for dining are plentiful, from waterfront restaurants to casual city joints that are perfect for a quick lunch while you’re out on your adventures. Try Rumrunners at Cape Harbour for an upscale steak and seafood dinner, or the Cape Harbour Oyster Bar and Grill for some freshly caught cuisine. There are many more restaurants in the Cape Harbour area, and another cluster of well-known restaurants can be found at the Marina Village at the Westin Cape Coral Resort. At Cape Coral Parkway and Chaquita Boulevard you’ll find several more restaurants, including the popular Lobster Lady Seafood Market and Bistro.
Northwest Cape Coral
As you move north of the Pelican area, you’ll find the northwest quadrant of Cape Coral, home to a number of charming neighborhoods, such as Trafalgar. Many of them boast canal-facing properties, and a well-established network of waterways, including a spreader canal that runs alongside beautiful mangroves and the Matlacha Pass Aquatic Preserve. Homes in this area offer up features such as private pools and lanais, spacious yards, and amenities made for enjoying the outdoors.
Pine Island Road runs through the area, connecting you to the Pine Island National Wildlife Refuge, as well as to the other areas of the city. When you stay in this area you will enjoy the convenience of being able to reach major attractions in just a short drive and take advantage of the many lakes dispersed along the canal paths. And vacation homes in Northwest Cape Coral don’t sacrifice on amenities either!
Things to Do in Northwest Cape Coral
You’ll find much to do when you stay in Northeast Cape Coral. As mentioned above, you’ll be able to easily access the Pine Island National Wildlife Refuge, and to the north of this area there’s the Charlotte Harbor Preserve State Park. Golfers will find several options in this area where they can book a tee time or two, including the Cape Royal Golf Club, Coral Oaks Golf Course, and the Burnt Store Marina Country Club. Wildlife lovers will adore being in this area, as they’ll be near another nature preserve, the Yucca Pens Preserve. Northeast Cape Coral hosts many popular parks as well, such as the Jim Jeffers Park with its exceptional playground, and the Sirenia Vista Park, where you can find a manatee viewing area, fishing, and a kayak and paddleboard launch where you can explore the mangroves.
Dining in Northwest Cape Coral
Visitors to this lovely part of town will find the dining options are plentiful, from cozy waterfront joints to upscale restaurants with gourmet menus. Try Miceli’s Restaurant off of Pine Island Road for views of the water and live music on the weekends or continue on Pine Island Road into the town of Matlacha for more waterfront restaurants on West Island and Porpoise Point. If you take Pine Island Road east into Cape Coral, you’ll find a bunch of restaurants located off the road, from Mexican cuisine to Texas BBQ.
Northeast Cape Coral
Journey to the northeast of the city, and you’ll find the area that makes up the fourth quadrant, home to neighborhoods such as Hancock. Nature lovers will find refuge in this area of town, as it’s home to an ecological preserve, and the eastern side runs along the Caloosahatchee River. Of course, you’ll find miles more of canals here, as there are few areas in Cape Coral without canal-facing property.
Here you can relax out by the canals in a private sitting area or bring your own boat to a home with a private dock—every vacation home is different, but these are just some of the features you could find in homes in this area. Some networks of canals in this area also lead out to the river, giving you eventual access to the Gulf, as well as the southern part of Cape Coral.
Things to Do in Northeast Cape Coral
A popular sight in this area is the Four Mile Ecological Preserve, a wetland preserve with miles of walking trails, an informative visitor’s center, and kayak rentals depending on the season. Right near the preserve you’ll find the Midpoint Bridge, which will take you to the excitement of Fort Meyers, opening up your dining and shopping options. Of course, you’ll find several waterfront city parks in this area, such as Rosen Park, which features a marina, boat ramps, BBQ grills, picnic areas, and a boat ramp that will allow you river and gulf access once you’re in the water!
Dining in Northeast Cape Coral
If you’re looking to dine out in the northeast part of town, you’ll find you have just as many options as you would anywhere else in the city! Up along Del Prado Boulevard you’ll find tons of local restaurants, from delicious places such as the Twisted Lobster to waterfront spots like First Round Draft. If you’re looking for an elegant night out try Ariani Ristorante Italiano, where casual diners will love Anthony’s on BLVD. These are just a few of the many options you’ll have when staying in this part of the city!
There’s Never a Dull Moment When You’re in Cape Coral
As you can see, no matter where you stay in Cape Coral, you’re likely to have a good time. Each part of town offers plenty to do, see, and eat, while the best part is that it’s easy to visit different areas of town from almost anywhere you stay. Features that are common in our Cape Coral properties include canal views, private pools covered by lanais, outdoor BBQs, private docks, and so much more—it all depends on the property you book, but outdoor amenities are what Cape Coral thrives on. We have a number of lovely properties all over the city, and you can easily pick which area you’d like the most!
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At Vacanza Rentals, we know that Cape Coral is more than just a vacation destination—it’s the epitome of canal-front living, and we go above and beyond to give our valued guests the best of that lifestyle. We know Cape Coral unlike any other rental company and are happy to offer our personal local suggestions and favorite places to visit. If you’re ready to book your Cape Coral vacation, browse our properties online, and give us a call to book yours today!
There’s no place quite like Cape Coral—well-known as a waterfront wonderland, our lovely city boasts miles of canal front property and welcomes many with the promise of relaxed and easy living. It’s a wonderful vacation destination, and besides the endless water recreation the canals offer, we have an excellent culinary scene, nature preserves, and we’re only a scenic drive away from the tropical beaches of the Gulf Coast—you’ll never run out of fun things to do! It’s a dreamy place to get away from it all, and you can in one of our amazing villa rentals in Cape Coral. If you’d like to imagine what your Cape Coral vacation could be like, come with us on a journey through our fantastic Villa Waterview home!
Welcome to Your Canal Front Dream
When you pull up to the home, you’ll immediately notice the bright exterior, contrasted against green, lush landscaping. Palms and flowers are dotted along the immaculately kept lawn, creating an air of luxurious relaxation before you’ve even stepped through the door. Walk through the elegant front door, and you’ll be greeted by a massive open concept living space, with the kitchen, dining, and living area with high ceilings and huge windows that look out to the pool and the canal. You’ve arrived at your canal front retreat!
Step into the Best of Cape Coral Living
To your right, you’ll find a handsome four-seater dining set, which gets plenty of natural light and can be a great place to enjoy breakfast, or even a quick snack. Continue to the fully equipped kitchen, complete with sleek countertops, stainless steel appliances, a flat glass stove top, and fridge with an ice maker! You can make anything you’d like there, and generous counterspace allows there to be more than one chef in the kitchen. On the side that faces the living area, you’ll find a wet bar setup, with a chilled wine fridge and wine glass holders—perfect for entertaining after a day out on the water. You’ll never run out of ways to enjoy this home!
Spaces with Plenty of Amenities
From the kitchen you can journey out to the screened-in lanai, which offers views of the pool and a six-seater dining set, along with a charming sitting area, and a countertop perfect for setting out snacks. The lanai also offers a gas grill, giving you the ability to have your own vacation BBQ! Step back inside and you’ll be in the living area, which offers a plush and spacious sectional, a fireplace, and a mounted flat-screen TV. With three fans in this open concept area, it’s a great place to relax after having fun in the sun, or to kick back in the evening to watch the latest game—and with free Wi-Fi, you can always keep up with friends and family back home!
Comfy Bedrooms Invite You to Relax
This home has three bedrooms—two of them share a bathroom in the hall, while the master suite has its own bathroom. The first bedroom is furnished with a queen, and has access to the lanai, as well as windows with canal views. Journey to the second room, and you’ll find another queen-size bed, with wide windows, a fan, and a closet–but the master suite is the real crown jewel of the home! It offers a king-size bed, flat-screen TV, and a cozy sitting area that overlooks the pool. This room also offers guests a walk-in closet access to the pool area, and the private bathroom boasts a luxurious soaking tub, double sinks, and a shower with bench. Along with a laundry area, these comfortable rooms have all you need for a great vacation!
Wonderful Amenities for Your Waterfront Vacation
As this home is right on the canal, it offers plenty of outdoor amenities to keep you busy and enjoying the Florida sunshine. Besides the screened-in lanai, this home offers a beautiful pool and spa with gorgeous views of the canal, along with lounging chairs perfect for unwinding in the breeze. Beyond the pool you’ll find a lounging deck built right on the canal, offering a relaxing place to sit and take in the sights of the neighborhood. This home offers a private dock, and the canal has Gulf access for sailboats! With all these amenities made for life on the canals, your Cape Coral vacation is sure to be full of sun and adventure!
Book Villa Waterview for Your Cape Coral Getaway Today!
At Vacanza Vacations, we know Cape Coral like no other—from our high-quality properties to our local expertise, we offer our guests a personalized quality of service and always have a helpful local suggestion or two when you need one. If you’re ready to book Villa Waterview for your next Cape Coral vacation, give us a call to speak with one of our friendly reservation specialists today!