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We stayed at Pine and Palms for our honeymoon for a week and this hotel was so much more than what we expected. The staff were amazing and very personal. Due to the intimate feel of the hotel, the staff really gets to know you....More
Being from Florida originally and knowing a lot about Key Islamorada I never had been at Pines & Palms. I got on tripadvisor and so happy that I did. When you stay here you should stay in unit 9 or 10 on the beach. Unreal...More
Recently my girlfriend and I had the pleasure to stay at Pines and Palms for a few days and found it wonderful. Very old school Florida Keys style, nicely manicured grounds and the people could not have been nicer. From Alisa in the office to...More
I found this little place on TripAdvisor and checked it out and booked a beach cottage for my husband and I. It is a throw back to the old Floridian days when time moved at a slower pace and being off the beaten path meant...More
We stayed here the first week of October for four nights in the Orchid Cottage. We rented a fishing boat and kept it at the dock for free. We were celebrating my husbands birthday. This was the most relaxing and yet fun vacation we have...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$165 - US$519 (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!