The Suites at Fishermen’s Village Punta Gorda is a favorite Florida relaxed luxury resort, offering superior lodging, convenient location, and a relaxed vibe. Escape the I-75 madness (only 3.5 miles away) and kick back in a US Gulf Coast favorite relaxed luxury property and enjoy great activities and food.
Where is The Suites at Fishermen’s Village?
The Suites at Fishermen’s Village is located on the second floor of the Fishermen’s Village complex in Punta Gorda, Florida. It is about a two-hour drive from Tampa, 75 minutes from downtown Naples, or three hour day trip from Orlando.
Closer airports to The Suites at Fishermen’s Village include Punta Gorda airport (airport code PGD), Fort Myers (RSW), and Sarasota (SRQ).
Rooms at The Suites at Fishermen’s Village
Choose among 47 relaxed luxury suites at The Suites at Fishermen’s Village. All suites have a generous 950 square feet of total space, which include two bedrooms, full kitchen, dining area, living room, and balcony with a water view. A stay at The Suites at Fishermen’s Village is ideal for a couple, families, girlfriend getaways, and groups.
Every suite has a king bed in one bedroom and either a king or queen bed in the second bedroom. Some suites have one bathroom (with an extra sink in each bedroom) but some of the suites have two full bathrooms.
Kitchens are stocked with dishes and silverware, cookware, modern appliances, coffee maker, and tea kettle (thank you!).
The comfortable living room in each suite features plush chairs and a couch, plenty of seating area for four or five people. Half of the suites face the marina (great sunrise views) while the other half overlook Peace River, Charlotte Harbor, and Fishermen’s Village dry beach to the west (wonderful sunset views).
The sliding doors to the balcony are very high quality and contribute to the private and quiet nature of the suite. Even though you are in the midst of a bustling mall, your suite is a tranquil sanctuary to recharge and relax.
US Gulf Coast Travel tip: Their website makes it easy to see the layout of each suite so you are sure to select and book the desired suite type—for instance if you want two king beds, for two couples to share one room.
Parking at The Suites at Fishermen’s Village
A dedicated parking area is available for people staying overnight in The Suites at Fishermen’s Village. This is especially appreciated and convenient during peak tourist season when parking can be a challenge. I absolutely loved driving right into the secure parking lot past cars that were sharking for a place to park.
US Gulf Coast Travel note: Your room key gives you access to the parking area so you have to check in first.
The Suites at Fishermen’s Village Pool
A heated pool is available exclusively for guests of The Suites at Fishermen’s Village and marina guests. The pool is open 7am to 8pm. Get your swim in before the shoppers and diners show up at Fishermen’s Village.
US Gulf Coast Travel tip: If you want something to read while lounging at the pool, there are plenty of magazines and books to borrow from the Marina office building (open 8am to 4pm).
More Fitness Activities Near The Suites at Fishermen’s Village
A fun shuffleboard court is located right next to the pool. Loaner bicycles are available to pedal around and explore Punta Gorda. Visit the Marina office to register for both.
Nearby Punta Gorda trails are wonderful, take advantage of them!
Harborwalk is a nearly two-mile mostly waterfront path between Fishermen’s Village and Trabue Park. Along the way, enjoy Gilcrest Park (great spot for sunsets, pickleball, basketball, and playground), public art murals under Tamiami Trail (just past Hurricane Charley’s), TT’s Tiki Bar area (sand volleyball courts and more funness), and Laishley Park (see the Vietnam Memorial Wall replica in the Veteran Park section).
Linear Park is a fantastic one-mile urban trail. Closest to the Fishermen’s Village entrance there are sections of public adult playground fitness equipment. Punta Gorda History Park is worth a visit and is a block off Linear Park on Shreve Street (next to the Punta Gorda Library).
And of course you can burn off a lot of calories by walking around Fishermen’s Village. US Gulf Coast Travel tip: Kick off your flip flops and let your feet enjoy the soft sand of the Dry Beach. We love the giant Adirondack chair there on the beach.
It is fun to continue your workout routine and keep active even when staying at The Suites at FV!
The Suites at Fishermen’s Village FAQ
Are there ADA rooms at The Suites at Fishermen’s Village?
Yes, there are ADA rooms at The Suites at Fishermen’s Village. Two of the 47 suites are ADA compliant.
Are dogs allowed at The Suites at Fishermen’s Village?
Yes, dogs are allowed at The Suites at Fishermen’s Village. Dogs may accompany well-behaved suite guests for a fee of $30 per night per dog.
Does The Suites at Fishermen’s Village offer discounted rates?
Check their website for specials, discounts, and promotions. Check here for best The Suites at Fishermen’s Village rates.
US Gulf Coast Travel tip: Capital One Shopping customers receive up to $92 off per night, per a current promotion.
Is there a guest laundry area at The Suites at Fishermen’s Village?
Yes, there is a guest laundry room at The Suites at Fishermen’s Village. Current rates at time of publication are $1.75 per washer and dryer load. Change can be obtained from the front desk.
Is smoking allowed in The Suites at Fishermen’s Village rooms?
No, smoking is prohibited in all rooms and on balconies of The Suites at Fishermen’s Village. There are designated smoking areas in Fishermen’s Village.
What else is special about The Suites at Fishermen’s Village?
- Fishermen’s Village has around-the-clock 24 hour security so you know you are safe while being cozy.
- Your results may vary but I was impressed with the hard water here. Most waterfront beach properties have soft water, which leaves me feeling like I still have soap on after showering. Not here!
- There are a lot of intracoastal, boating, and Caribbean travel guides in the Marina office building.
- When you prefer a vacation rental over a hotel, The Suites at Fishermen’s Village is a great choice. Make your own meals in the well-equipped kitchen and stretch out in the spacious living room.
For more information about their room types and more, visit The Suites at Fishermen’s Village official website.
Things to Do at Fishermen’s Village
Fishermen’s Village is Punta Gorda’s most popular attraction. Enjoy shopping, dining, live music, adult beverages, boat excursions, festivals, and events. Shop until you drop and stroll a few steps back to your suite and relax.
Visit Fishermen’s Village stores for nautical themed household items, fun knick knacks, upscale clothing, upcycled souvenirs and gifts, items for children and pets, and more.
King Fisher Fleet offers several fun daily boating excursions on Charlotte Harbor and Peace River. Join the popular sunset cruise, Peace River Nature Cruise, Boca Grande or Cabbage Key trip.
Peace River Wildlife Center staff and volunteers bring rescued and rehabbed animals twice a week for entertainment, photos, and education. Maybe you can take a fun selfie with a possum, owl, or other native southwest Florida critter.
Most stores are open from 10am until 8pm and restaurants close at 9pm (10pm on weekends). Quiet when you want to chill.
December is a fantastic time to visit Fishermen’s Village. Enjoy the popular Fishermen’s Village Christmas Lights in the mall and the Christmas Lights Canal Cruise.
Check the current weather conditions on the Fishermen’s Village webcam.
Fishermen’s Village Restaurants
Several excellent Fishermen’s Village dining options await and will tempt you.
The Pier is recommended for fresh seafood, sushi, poke/rice bowls, and drinks and appetizers at sunset. Village Brewhouse is in Center Court and showcases local Southwest Florida craft beer and serves burgers, tacos, salads, and more (try the blackened grouper sandwich or tacos!).
Center Court Bar is the outdoor bar right outside Village Brewhouse. They feature live music every day. Sunset Beach Club is located on Fishermen’s Village dry beach and serves a subset of the menu from the Village Brewhouse.
Harpoon Harry’s Restaurant and Sports Bar is on the lower level at the end of Fishermen’s Village. Upstairs from that is the fine dining option of The Captain’s Table. Both are superb places to catch an iconic US Gulf Coast sunset.
All the above options are enticing Florida waterfront restaurants, creating more of that relaxed luxury vibe you come here for.
Good Ole Days Coffee Shop is the only Fishermen’s Village place open before 10am and offers coffee drinks, bagels, and basic breakfast sandwiches.
Check the Fishermen’s Village dine section for hours and more information.
Also see our Things to Do in Punta Gorda Florida article for more suggestions of places to see, eat, and go around town.
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