09 January, 2014: Although it has remained unincorporated to this date, nothing can beat the resiliency of what is considered to be Charlotte County’s most populous community – the community of Port Charlotte.
Port Charlotte is located right at the heart of Punta Gorda Metropolitan Statistical Area. In 2012, it was considered to be one of the best places to retire in. Not too long ago, however, Port Charlotte suffered one of the most devastating blows to their area – Charley, the hurricane that hit the town in early 2004. The said hurricane was a category 4 storm when it hit the said town causing massive destruction in properties along its way. With the enormity of the damage both to the homes and the ecological system of the area, very few expected Port Charlotte to be the tourist attraction that it is right now. Some of the most popular spots that Port Charlotte can offer include the Cultural Center of Charlotte County, the Riverwood Golf and Country Club, the Port Charlotte Beach Park, and the Treasure Lanes, to name a few.
If you would like to enjoy all of what Port Charlotte has to offer, you need not hurry yourself up. Book a vacation and make sure that you secure a room in any of the hotels in Port Charlotte FL. One of the Port Charlotte FL Beach Hotels that you might want to consider is the Knights Inn Port Charlotte FL.
Knights Inn Port Charlotte welcomes guests with free continental breakfast straight from the oven, use of high-speed wireless Internet, and availability of refrigerator and microwave in each of the rooms. Knights Inn is also one of the few Port Charlotte Florida beach hotels that is pet-friendly. The hotel also has a policy that allows children 17 years and younger to stay for free.
For more information about Knights Inn Port Charlotte, head to http://www.indembsudan.com/57914/28.htm A quick reservations form can be found at the left side of the page for easy room reservation for your next stay.
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