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Islamorada Resorts & Hotels

While you are offshore fishing in Islamorada, choose from one of these great resorts and hotels. Whether you are looking for a five star resort while in Islamorada or just a place to lay your head, the links below will help you choose the best hotel or resort that Islamorada has to offer.

The Key Lantern Blue Fin Inn is a great place to stay for the Old Florida pricing. One of the lowest priced motels in the Florida Keys and close to everything Nothing fancy, just clean, friendly and laid back. For the person always on the go and needs a place to sleep, clean up and relax, you have found the place. Our accommodations range from standard motel rooms with 1 or 2 double beds to room with kitchenettes. All rooms have air conditioning, ceiling fans, refrigerator and cable television. WIFI available. Grills and laundry facilities are available on-site. No pets please.

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  • Name Key Lantern Motel / Blue Fin Inn
  • Address 82150 Overseas Highway
  • City Islamorada
  • State FL
  • ZIP 33036
  • Phone (305) 664-4572
  • Hours N/A

This intimate and upscale ocean front resort, offers eight luxurious suites with the perfect blend of elegance and Caribbean flair. From Islamorada to Key West activities abound for one wanting adventure. World-class fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving, backcountry kayaking and parasailing are just a few of the many activities making Islamorada one of the most sought after vacation destinations in the world. Fine dining and live music are also available to those yearning to explore native cuisine and exotic night life.

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Our suites include one- and two-bedroom units. Each has its own personality and original décor. Views from the suites vary and include ocean views as well as pool views. However, they all afford a view of the lushly landscaped grounds featuring aromatic jasmine, gardenia, native trees, a variety of tropical plants and colorful bougainvillea-a trademark of Drop Anchor. All of this is located under a canopy of several coconut palms.

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Welcome to the Islamorada resort with all the beauty, charm and relaxation that defines the Florida Keys.

At Pines & Palms Resort, you can bask in the sun in a hammock or relax poolside or oceanside and enjoy easy access to the open water. We’re located on the Atlantic Ocean at Mile Marker 80.4 in Islamorada in the beautiful Florida Keys. Translated in Spanish to “purple isles”, Islamorada is perhaps best known as the “Sportfishing Capital of the World.” Our Florida Keys resort allows for easy access to activities on or under our waters, which are home to the most unique ecosystem in world.

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What’s the key to a laid-back experience in the Keys? To some, it’s a hammock and a good book, to others it’s a day on the boat battling a marlin or perhaps a tropical cocktail in a thatched hut, the breeze at your back. It could be a day spent wreck diving or snorkeling along a shallow reef. To us, it’s all those things and so much more. Amara Cay Resort is anchored in the laid-back style and carefree atmosphere that makes Islamorada the Sport Fishing Capital of the World. Reflecting the easy tranquility of the Upper Keys, Amara Cay Resort seamlessly blends recreation with relaxation. Hammocks dot the sandy shoreline, palm trees sway in the breeze and a shimmering oceanfront pool beckons early risers. Can you imagine a more perfect setting to unwind, reconnect with the sea and make lasting memories? Whether you’re sipping our signature prickly pear mojito at Sparrows Rum Bar, reading on your private balcony or sampling Islamorada’s finest Italian cuisine at Oltremare Ristorante, you’ll feel inspired to craft your very own personal adventure.

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