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We stayed at Coral Bay Resort in Islamorada, Florida from March 31, 2018 thru April 6, 2018. There were 3 families with 3 rooms. We would not stay anywhere else. The rooms are spacious and clean. Everyone is so friendly it is like one big...More
We booked 2 rooms with shared kitchen.We got one room with kitchen and one without but with a shared door leading to the adjoining bedroom! The beach front was very good but the tidal pool was fully open to various sea life which didn't look...More
Just got home from our stay at Coral Bay Resort and wished we could have stayed longer.
It’s not your “cookie cutter” type of hotel-so look elsewhere if that’s what you want.
It’s not a “partying” type hotel either-so look elsewhere if you want to...More
Great time staying at Coral Bay. Angie, Linda and the staff are warm and friendly. We felt very welcome. The resort is doing some work due to the Hurricane. But we were not bothered by it. Very quiet and family friendly. Thank you for the...More
Just returned after 6 days at Coral Bay. We found this place here on Trip Advisor and really liked what we saw and booked our trip. One of the major selling points is they have their own boat ramp and dockage which they do not...More
Response from FoggUtd3829 | Reviewed this property |
I’m not with the resort but just a traveler just like you. It would best if you called them. The Keys were hit hard. Approximately 50 miles further south was where Irma made landfall. I would call them.
We have one swimming pool. We do also have what we call a "tidal pool". It's part of the Gulf/FL Bay waters. It's surrounded by rocks with a deck on the outside, let's little fish in but keeps big fish out.