Luminary Hotel & Co. Reopens in Fort Myers After Hurricane Ian

Luminary Hotel & Co. has reopened following Hurricane Ian and is ready to welcome guests back to all of its dining outlets (with the exception of The Silver King Ocean Brasserie) with limited menus and hours. Guestrooms at Luminary Hotel are currently occupied by emergency response personnel working to restore the area’s power and infrastructure as quickly as possible.

Luminary Hotel & Co. is located in Downtown Fort Myers. Its food and beverage outlets include Ella Mae’s DinerBeacon Social DrinkeryOxbow Bar & GrillThe Lobby Bar and Dean Street Coffee Roastery & Retail.

“Our hearts go out to the entire Fort Myers, Naples and Southwest Florida communities impacted by Hurricane Ian and we remain supportive in the recovery efforts,” said Joe Collier, president and founder of Mainsail Lodging & Development. “We’re extremely grateful for our team’s hard work in getting back up and running so quickly.”

Luminary is also currently assessing the recently opened Caloosa Sound Amphitheater and its technical infrastructure. Ticket sales have been paused for the three remaining shows in the Rockin’ on the River Free Concert Series (Pablo Cruise, October 30; Lorrie Morgan, November 21; and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, December 12). More information will be available in the next few days, including relief efforts.

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