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Beach condo rental not requiring a 7 day stay?

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Beach condo rental not requiring a 7 day stay?

I am planning a long girls weekend to Marco Island in May. I am looking for a rental on the beach with pool that doesn't require a 7 day stay. Any suggestions?? Thanks!!!

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1. Re: Beach condo rental not requiring a 7 day stay?

Here is a thread from a few days ago where WisKim mentions Beach Club Condos on Marco renting nightly-

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2. Re: Beach condo rental not requiring a 7 day stay?

As far as I know, there is not a condo association on the beach with rules that allow rentals for less than 7 nights. In fact, there are not even that many options which allow a 7 night stay. Most beach condos have rules requiring rentals to be 30 days or longer. There are 3 hotels on the beach. There are also many beautiful homes within walking distance to the beach with private pools that can be rented for less than a week. If you change your mind and decide to stay for a week, if you search the term "weekly" in the search box for this forum, you will find a list of the weekly beach front condos. Beach Club condos are just across the street from the beach and they have a private beach access and can be rented nightly. You might look at them.

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3. Re: Beach condo rental not requiring a 7 day stay?

Across the street from the beach with some beach views on top 2 floors San Marco Residences has 3 day rentals on various sites such as VRBO and/or directly contact San Marco Residences as well. Directlly across from public beach access is a great benefit too.

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4. Re: Beach condo rental not requiring a 7 day stay?

Correct there is no "Marco Condo" rental rules. Each condo association has it's own rules. Some are weekly, some monthly and some quarterly rentals.

I'm pretty sure the Apollo can rent 3 days and longer.

Of course any "weekly" condo rental will accept less than a week rental ... as long as you pay the weekly price. Many people do this due to the cost savings of a condo vs a hotel and due to the fact the "in season" rentals require a Saturday to Saturday rental.

Good luck with your research! You will not be disappointed seeing a beach sunset everynight!!!

Edited: 22 February 2014, 19:03
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5. Re: Beach condo rental not requiring a 7 day stay?

Thanks!!

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6. Re: Beach condo rental not requiring a 7 day stay?

We stayed at the Apollo for 3 nights. Right on the beach - booked through hotels.com.

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7. Re: Beach condo rental not requiring a 7 day stay?

Check out the olde Marco inn & suites. Not on the beach, but has a lovely pool. Also within walking distance to the shops of olde Marco / snook inn / mareks / the old Marco pub plus a few more.

Enjoy your stay.

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