Location: 26811 South Tamiami Trail | Bonita Springs, FL 34134
Royal Shell is accepting reservations and guests for any length of stay.
Welcome back! We can’t wait to see you!
For information about how Royal Shell works to keep you safe, please visit our Guest Safety page.
On September 25, Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-244 and announced the implementation of Phase Three of reopening Florida, effective immediately. Restaurants, bars, retail businesses, gyms and fitness centers, salons, theaters, galleries, and other businesses may operate at full capacity. Large venues should consider operating at reduced capacity and should continue following social distancing protocols. Businesses should continue to maintain sanitation practices for the safety of patrons and employees. Click to read DeSantis’ Plan for Florida’s Recovery.
On September 29, Mayor Kevin Ruane issued Proclamation 20-079, which removes fines for violations of the face-covering mandate per the governor’s order and also amends previous prohibitions related to parking and possession and use of alcohol on City-owned beaches.
For the current status of Sanibel’s reopening plan and to read previous Proclamations, go to Sanibel’s Current Status. Sanibel’s restrictions differ from the state’s restrictions.
For Lee County updates, go to Lee County’s COVID-19 page.
For Collier County updates, visit Collier County’s COVID-19 page.
Please note: Email is best. Due to the number of calls and emails we are receiving, please do not call and email. For the fastest response, please email us at email@example.com. For guests whose arrivals are not impacted, there is no need to call or email.
We’ll see you when you get here!
Lee and Collier County beaches and beach parking are open. Please continue to follow social distancing and safety protocols to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
For more information, please visit our page to find out Which Southwest Florida Beaches Are Open.
On November 23, the Florida Department of Health reported new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Sanibel. The total number of cases reported on the island since March 26 is 84. This is the number of cumulative cases, not current active cases. There have been fewer than five cases reported on Captiva Island. Check the Florida Department of Health website for more information. Lee County still holds smaller case numbers than other areas in Florida and is considered safe to visit. Most of the cases in Southwest Florida are in areas where we do not have vacation rental properties.
The Florida Department of Health updates its COVID-19 reports to include the number of cases per day by city, in addition to the number of cases per county, and statewide totals. The City of Sanibel home page provides direct access to these daily reports. The Florida Department of Health does not provide the City any information other than what appears on these reports.
We appreciate your patience while we deal with the pandemic. The safety and well being of our guests, owners, and employees are our top priorities.