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Caloosa Cove Resort & Marina

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Guests1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
Traveler (65)
Room & Suite (18)
Pool & Beach (7)
Certificate of Excellence


#2 of 9 Specialty lodging in Islamorada
Certificate of Excellence
GreenLeaders Bronze level
Caloosa Cove Resort has had a major upgrade since Hurricane Irma. We are an Oceanfront Resort in Islamorada at Mile Marker 73.8. All rooms have ocean views, endless amenities such as pool, beach, tennis, fishing, and much more. Our rooms sleep 3 in a Jr. Suite, 6 in a Den Suite and 6 in a Suite. Each room has a fully stocked kitchen with essential cooking utensils, full size refrigerator, stove oven and microwave, 1 or 2 full bathrooms, 1 or 2 outside patios with seating and more. At the resort we have a very large pool overlooking to Ocean with Chikki huts, lounge chairs umbrellas, beach, tennis courts with rackets/balls, Shuffle Board, free WIFI and much more. On property we also have self-serve laundry facilities: Habanos (Cuban) restaurant, The Safari lounge (Temporarily Closed due to Hurricane Irma), Caloosa Cove Marina and Storage, The Island Store for bait, tackle, fishing licenses, fuel and basic grocery items. We can’t wait to have you stay with us!
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Tennis court
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Free internet
Public wifi
Heated pool
Non-smoking hotel
Self-serve laundry
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Room features
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Family rooms
Seating area
Clothes rack
Wake-up service / alarm clock
DVD / CD player
iPod docking station
Complimentary toiletries
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
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The photos on the web site promise something very different than what you'll find. We got stuck in a junior suite, which just happened to be right next to the housekeeping room, where the housekeepers hung out for much of the time, talking, sitting on a small ledge right outside our door. Their ongoing conversations were clearly audible from inside the room. When we complained, one of the housekeepers gave us the evil eye every time we walked in and out the door. Nice. Our first night, the housekeeping staff had left a huge tub of dirty laundry just over the rail, outside our room. Visually very appealing. At 1:15 am, we were wakened by the noise of a truck parked right there, picking up the tub. There were the sounds of the truck doors slamming, the mechanized tailgate going up and down. The inside of the unit was clean, the furnishings in good shape. The bathroom was another story. Dingy, run down, dirt and smudges on the inside of the door, rust all along the bottom of the tub, base molding dirty and all bunged-up. The balcony, as someone else mentioned, was closed in on three sides. No breeze. And the heated exhaust from the A/C facing out on the balcony didn't help. And, oh yes, the "trash room" a receptacle area for the whole first floor, was about 10 feet from our door off to the right. Nice. Pool was fine, very nice. Great view of the ocean. When we complained about the circumstances of our room, a person in the office said, "We could have moved you." But after you've spent 45 minutes or an hour unloading the car and putting things away, after driving five hours to get there, who wants to do that? And it raises the question of why they would put anyone in that room in the first place? We had a fishing trip planned for early the next morning after we checked in. Didn't get back till mid-afternoon. So we couldn't check out till the third morning -- a day earlier than planned. Full disclosure: After we had complained and told the staff we were checking out early, they refunded a portion of our room charge. It was a fair settlement. It's a shame when something is misrepresented. The Keys are a long way from just about anywhere. A visitor should be relatively sure of an honest picture of what awaits when he or she gets there.
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The staff was great. Everything about the resort was very good except the balcony on my unit was boxed in on three sides and had no access to the ongoing ocean breeze. And the air conditioner sent hot exhaust directly onto the balcony. Be careful what unit you are assigned. Most balconies are very satisfactory.
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I found it rather amusing that the tile in the bathrooms was from the mid 1970's but if it is not broke don't fix it. They are still digging out a bit after Irma, or maybe they won't really finish and just wait for the next hurricane to take down all of the rough wood safety railings. Sliding glass door frames don't all lock and you can see they were hit hard by the hurricane, but not enough to be replaced. Very cheaply refurnished but the beds were comfortable and we enjoyed the small kitchen and den with 5 people total. Not a great value. Pool was nice, beach was not great. Staff leaves after 5pm. No place nearby to get groceries for the little kitchenette. No one comes in to make the beds or replace wet towels, but we dried them outside and could have asked for new ones if we needed them. It was fine, but I would not return a second time.
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Hi just came back from Caloosa resort had a great time. There was some construction going on but did not here it in are room or by the pool during the day. The room was clean and the staff were very nice at the resort. Looking forward to next year.
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Started remodeling the outer walls and walkways out side the hotel with a jack hammer early morning most of our stay. When I called the office to talk to ask how long it would go on, Beth was unable to give me an answer of how long construction would go and pretended to be confused as to what noise I'm talking about even though they are very clearly working directly on this resort.
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$202 - $378 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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