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We have been to Isla Morada several times and stayed in various places. During our last two trips we stayed at the Pines and Palms resort for 3 nights the first time and 5 nights the second time; we will continue to return and stay...More
We LOVED our stay at Pines and Palms and highly recommended it for a couples getaway! This is our 20th anniversary and have traveled each year to different locations nationally/internationally...we put this in our top 3 of places we have stayed. The cozy ocean front...More
Nice cottages with a lot of fun stuff nearby. Everything was great except our greeting. The lady behind the counter was very rude and not very welcoming. My wife and I took my daughter last minute and the lady only said you were only supposed...More
We spent one night here. Wish would could have stayed longer. The room was much larger than expected. We were across from the office but the room was quiet had a full kitchen area. It was clean and very comfortable. The staff was very friendly...More
Previously had stayed at the more upscale Cheeca Lodge. This was much more quaint, Old Florida style. We were here to prepare for a fishing tournament so most of the days were spent out on the water. Stayed in a 1 bedroom in the "2nd...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
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US$170 - US$524 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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While I have not stayed here I have stayed at many places in the keys. There are not a lot of real beaches in the keys...each key is basically a rock in the water. If you want shelling the west coast of Florida... More
While I have not stayed here I have stayed at many places in the keys. There are not a lot of real beaches in the keys...each key is basically a rock in the water. If you want shelling the west coast of Florida, particularly Sanibel, would be the place. Most beaches are created by clearing rocks and dumping sand, then smoothing it out on a grade that gets deeper the farther it goes out. Walks on any beach in the keys would be a pleasure and sunsets are outrageous, particularly when you are equipped with a margarita!