Sundial Beach Resort Launches an All-Inclusive Experience

  Sundial Beach Resort, Sanibel Island’s No. 1 family beach resort,
announces an All-Inclusive getaway to Florida travelers seeking the
ultimate worry-free vacation until April 17, 2004 starting at $523.50* per
person. With meals, snacks and drinks included, guests treat themselves to
a variety of restaurants from Noopie’s Japanese Seafood & Steakhouse and
Windows on the Water, offering an upscale dinner for the whole family, to
Beaches Bar & Grill and Crocodial’s Pool Bar as ideal lunch fare.
All-Inclusive visitors enjoy 270 one- and two-bedroom condominium-style
rooms, boasting a mile-long stretch of shell-strewn beach and spectacular
views of the turquoise Gulf water from the private screened balconies.
This vibrant island playground caters to those seeking an active vacation,
from walking, biking trails, shelling and seaside swimming in freshwater
pools to playing tennis on 12 premier courts and windsurfing.

Sundial Beach Resort All-Inclusive Package* Four Days/Three Nights
Starting at $523.50 Per Person March 1 - April 17—Spacious
Accommodations—Access to All Activities: All Non-motorized Watersports
Chaise Lounges and Beach Towels Bicycles Tennis Court Time & Equipment
Explorers Kids Club ECO Camp—Welcome Bottle of Champagne—All Meals,
Snacks and Non-alcoholic Drinks at: Noopie’s Japanese Seafood & Steakhouse
Windows on the Water Beaches Bar & Grill—Taxes, Service Charges and

* Blackout dates apply. Additional room nights available. Two bedroom/two
bath with garden view for two adults/two children $2,451.

For pint-sized fun, Sundial offers one of the most educational children’s
programs on the island, the Explorers Kids Club ECO Camp. Through its
supervised learning activities such as PADI-approved scuba diving lessons,
island scavenger hunts, tennis camps and beachside hermit crab races,
children are able to explore and learn while having fun.

For families interested in learning about Sanibel Island’s unique
environment, Sundial houses an Environmental Coastal Observatory Center
(ECOC)—the only one of its kind at a resort in the U.S. With a
450-gallon touch tank, 180-gallon sal*censored*er aquarium and simulated
mangrove forest, interactive educational displays teach families about
island preservation measures.


Sanibel Island is only 19 miles—yet a world away—from the Southwest
Florida International Airport in Fort Myers.