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Stayed 02/13/14/ to 02/15/14.
Nice quiet little place.
Coarse sand beach, local friend stated pretty much norm for the area.
We stayed in a cottage like room with all the amenities approx 600 sq ft. It was clean but very dated. The room had...More
we arrived late in the evening so the price for this "apartment room" was way high. 250$ and yes we got a balcony overlooking a small beach, but the rest of the room was poor. Bathroom outdated with mildew in the bathtub, towels with yellow...More
We discovered Breezy Palms while on a bike ride, and stayed 2 nights. We stayed in one of the 'bungalows'....it was perfect! Comfortable king-sized bed, nice clean efficiency kitchen with plenty of dishes and pots/pans, dishsoap and towels, and a full-sized frig, nice shower. Patio...More
We were very surprised at the size of the room and the quality of the grounds! Stayed for the night but would consider this for a longer stay due to the great facility and value! Very nice staff too by the way.
On our last of many visits to the Hampton Inn and Suites (next door to Breezy Palms), we decided to walk into the property to look around and we we pleased with what we saw, So this year we booked a week at Breezy Plams...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
Things to do
US$208 - US$1,123 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The walkable shoreline with restaurants and bars you mention are not something you find in the Keys. It's not a beach as e.g. Fort Myers Beach offers. In the Keys, mangrove forests alternate with sand patches over corals, so... More
The walkable shoreline with restaurants and bars you mention are not something you find in the Keys. It's not a beach as e.g. Fort Myers Beach offers. In the Keys, mangrove forests alternate with sand patches over corals, so not that good to walk.
At the hotel, where you see the few beach chairs, there is a very small beach, but with seaweed and corals as well and many birds and iguanas. It's nice to get in to cool in a hot day, but not really for swimming. It is protected by a net, so that no boats enter there. With high tide, it's ok, with low tide, there is not much water left.
Then you can go out to the concrete seawall and go into the water from there - also seaweed and rather slimy sand over corals. Also there, with low tide it has neary water, with high tide it's ok for a swim and you can swim out all the way to the reef and observe fishes.
The place is very relaxing with a well kept garden but if you are looking for a real beach place with a swimming beach and those long beach walks, the Keys are probably not what you are looking for.
If however you are looking for a relaxed way of life and good fishing, go to the Keys.