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Hyatt Coconut Point Resort

Raynham...
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Hyatt Coconut Point Resort

We are staying at the Hyatt in August. There will be 10 of. 5 will be children between 7-13. Are there any great places for breakfast nearby? Trying to avoid spending 100's on breakfast every morning. Also, any must eat at place for lunch/dinner? Must see places/activities?

Thank you in advance!

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Marco Island...
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1. Re: Hyatt Coconut Point Resort

First watch is very close. Coconut Point is right by you with tons of shopping, movies, and restaurants. Chik-Filet, too.. Cirella's for sushi. DeRoma's for an Italian carry out market. Have fun!

Bonita Springs...
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2. Re: Hyatt Coconut Point Resort

Hi Salves88, we look forward to welcoming you and your family. At the resort, we have Cool Beans Marketplace, where you can get your morning Starbucks, a bagel, pastry, bottled beverages, wraps and sandwiches, even local ice cream.

For restaurants, First Watch is close by and a local favorite for breakfast. You'll also find Panera Bread across the street from First Watch.

For dinner at the resort, Tarpon Bay Seafood Restaurant should not be missed. Serving daily fresh catch plus a great variety of seafood delicacies, the menu and the service are outstanding.

We look forward to welcoming you and your family later this month. Watch for pre-arrival emails to help plan your stay.

Cheers!

Wisconsin
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3. Re: Hyatt Coconut Point Resort

My family and I were just there in July. We ended up going to Publix and buying groceries so we could make breakfast in our room. That way we had what we wanted and left us lunch and/or dinner to head out. Just a thought.

Centerville, Ohio
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4. Re: Hyatt Coconut Point Resort

Hyatt Coconut Point Resort is a premium resort.

We tend to have breakfast in; however, the suggestions are all on target.

Naples, Florida
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5. Re: Hyatt Coconut Point Resort

Things to do:

Sun-n-Fun Waterpark www.napleswaterpark.com/rides-attractions.php

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary http://corkscrew.audubon.org

Naples Zoo http://napleszoo.org

Galisano Childrens Museum https://www.cmon.org

Edison and Ford Winter Estates - homes, gardens, laboratory and museum http://www.edisonfordwinterestates.org

Dalla, Texas
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6. Re: Hyatt Coconut Point Resort

You could always do simple breakfasts in the room. There is a grocery store nearby and you could pick up bananas, apples, oranges ahead of time. Maybe some granola bars or pastries. You could also pick up paper plates, bowls, cups, and plastic silverware. Maybe have an adult run to the store for milk and cereal. We usually try to save a little money by having breakfast in. You can also pack fruit, bottled waters, crackers, chips, etc. in a tote bag for snacks at the pool, beach, or while on other outings. But, as other have said there are some nearby restaurants that would be good for breakfast.

Edited: 03 August 2017, 00:38
PlymouthMA
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7. Re: Hyatt Coconut Point Resort

Another breakfast suggestion is Poached, about 3 miles south of you beside Publix. In the same area is The Other Side - great food, nicer atmosphere. Also, LaFontanella for great Italian food. Lastly, same area but on the opposite side of 41, Landsdown Street - fantastic, HUGE sandwiches, and a touch of Fenway!

Raynham...
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8. Re: Hyatt Coconut Point Resort

Thanks! Yay Fenway!!!!

Marco Island...
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9. Re: Hyatt Coconut Point Resort

I second Lansdowne! I used to work across the street. Their salads are huge and fresh! The Greek is amazing! Chili is my hubs fav, there! After moving from Bonita Springs to Marco, we drive back to eat at a few of our favs. This one makes the list, for pubs!

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