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We stayed here recently for one week. The resort has an old keys style feel and is close to perfect, if that's what your looking for. They do have wifi but you need to walk around to get connected and the mattress and pillows had...More
Honestly can’t remember how I found this resort but am SO glad I did! We frequent the Keys and typically seek out something a little more laid back and budget friendly. Coral Bay not only met but exceeded my expectations considering the above. Angie was...More
If you are particular about the details of a hotel room, this place isn't for you. The kitchenware is completely mismatched, the shower curtain rod is very rusted and there wasn't a stopper in the sink. Limited outlets, poor lighting, a door that was difficult...More
Coral Bay Resort was the perfect hidden gem in Islamorada. It's not packed with flare that you pay extra for but it's full of charm and a wonderful location for your stay in the keys. The resort is located close to the local marinas and...More
We had rented here before but with the hurricane problem the months before we weren't sure what we would find. The owner gave us very honest and realistic advice and we just had to try it out!! Amid many sad sights, this resort was a...More
Sandy beach, heated pool, free dockage and ramp. Efficiencies, 1 Bedroom and 2 Bedroom Apartments. Unspoiled and unhurried, the Coral Bay Resort preserves an informality and grace that other keys can …Moreonly distantly recall. We invite you to join us and our many other long-time guests this year for a step back into a simpler, more relaxed time. Less
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.