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My family stayed here for 3 nights. We needed a base in the area to visit some of the local excursions. The resort occupies a slither of land between the highway and the sea. Internally our room was perfect for our family, three lovely bedrooms...More
Truly idyllic resort.
We stayed in one of the apartments which has a lovely view of the ocean.
Inside the room was very comfortable and clean and has everything you need .
The grounds were kept immaculate and the pool are was lovely and peaceful...More
Pines and Palms is truly a terrific "Old Keys" vacation. It's not a slick 20 story hotel, but a scattering of rustic cabins in a neatly maintained grounds. If you're looking for a big hotel with a lot of amenities, this isn't for you, but...More
This is a lovely old Florida style resort. We stayed in a small cottage that had a slight view of the ocean. The staff was very nice and helpful.First time venturing off to a different place while in Islamorada but glad we did. Can't wait...More
Super friendly staff! This is the quintessential Florida Keys getaway. If you've never stayed in the Keys, you may be a little dismayed at the "charm" of the accommodations. Perfect location a little hidden away from the highway, but very close to Bud and Marys....More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
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US$140 - US$441 (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!