Marco Island Beaches, Restaurants, Hotels Spared by Hurricane Ian, Welcoming First Responders and Visitors
, 2022-10-24 02:00:00,
Southwest Florida International Airport Fully Operational and Rental Cars Available, Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort and Spa Open for Business
MARCO ISLAND, Fla., Oct. 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — While other parts of South Florida bore the brunt of Hurricane Ian, the beaches, restaurants, retail and hotels on Marco Island sustained minimal damage. Currently, many first responders are being housed at the Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort and Spa, but as they transition home, the popular resort destination is open for business and ready to welcome guests back immediately.
Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW), which serves as a key gateway to Marco Island and the region, and other south Florida airports are fully operational and have resumed regular flight schedules.
“The Hilton Marco Island and its property were fortunate not to incur any significant damage during Hurricane Ian, and for the past few weeks has been proud to provide shelter, meals, and other services needed by the many wonderful first responders assisting with the recovery of the affected communities,” said James Garcia, General Manager, Hilton Marco Island Resort & Spa. “We thank these men and women for their tireless efforts.”
“People might assume this is not a good time to travel to Marco Island, but the exact opposite is true. The return of visitors not only supports our local and regional economy, but also generates jobs and reassures…
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