We feel that by offering these complimentary services we truly live up to our philosophy and commitment to providing our guests with the best beach vacation possible.
Fort Myers Beach, Florida (PRWEB) June 13, 2014
The Pink Shell Beach Resort & Marina recently added additional free amenities after past-guests’ feedback was reviewed. All guests of the resort will now receive complimentary beach chairs, umbrellas, paddleboards, and kayak rentals. Pink Shell guests can now relax on Pink Shell’s beautiful beach or have an adventure on the water free of extra costs.
With their Pink Shell guest wristband, any Pink Shell guest can go down to the beach and choose an available beach chair and umbrella to relax next to the gorgeous Gulf of Mexico. Paddleboards and kayaks are available on a first-come, first-served basis from 9AM to 5PM to be used on either the Gulf of Mexico side or the bay side of the resort. Currently, Pink Shell is the only Fort Myers Beach Resort to offer these complimentary services.
“We take to heart and act on the feedback we receive from our guests, we pride ourselves in making our guests feel like family by delivering a fun and memorable beach escape, with unmatched attention to detail. We feel by offering these complimentary services we truly live up to our philosophy and our commitment to providing our guests with the best beach vacation possible,” stated Ellis Etter, Director of Sales and Marketing for the resort. These changes prove that Pink Shell’s customer service truly lives up to its philosophy: “The only thing we overlook is the beach.”
About Pink Shell Beach Resort & Marina
The Pink Shell Beach Resort & Marina, a Boykin Management Company Property, is located on Fort Myers Beach, Florida along ¼ mile of sugar-white sands with 213 beachfront studio and condo style accommodations, overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, the barrier islands of South West Florida, Sanibel and Captiva. Pink Shell was the first resort on the beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel, Florida to be designated a Green Lodging Property by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). The resort features many recreational activities in a family friendly atmosphere. For more information, please visit PinkShell.com.