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Very nice place to stay. Randy greeted us in the office and he was great about giving us all the details about the place. He also makes a great drink during happy hour! The room was very cozy and well stocked with everything we needed...More
This was a second trip to the Pines and Palms Resort. We absolutely love this place. We rented a one bedroom cottage and couldn't have been happier. It's charming, quiet and place you can just chill. Chris at the pool bar is awesome and so...More
Visited Pines & Palms in late March for a local wedding and had a really great time. We stayed in the 3 bedroom house (#23) and were very happy with the accommodations. Very clean, well stocked. Only negatives were the the back deck off the...More
Beautiful hideaway resort on the ocean.Quiet and peaceful, a bit of old Florida.Very friendly and courteous staff.Housekeeping and grounds maintenance was excellent.Nicely heated pool and comfortable lounge chairs.Well stocked little bar for the afternoon Happy Hour too.Beautiful plantings and landscaping throughout the resort.A stones throw...More
I would have given this resort a 4 or 5 rating if I hadn't paid so much per night. We rented one of the stand alone cottages the week before easter and while there is much positive about the resort once I start paying more...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
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US$213 - US$514 (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!