Not sure what constitutes a resort, but my definition of this is a motel with a beach. The buildings look basic from outside, but are clean and freshly painted inside. We would have enjoyed our stay if we had the room to ourselves. I pulled the shower mat off the rail, and a large cockroach fell out and scuttled under the sink unit. The next morning I noticed a smaller one swimming in the shower tray (photo). It didn't bother me greatly, but my wife wouldn't use the shower after that. There was a fridge and microwave in the room, but no coffee maker. Outside, this is a long narrow site that runs down from the road to the waterfront. The owners have obviously made an effort, with boardwalks, a pond and imaginative lighting at night. The waterside seating area is very pleasant, and there is a good view of the sunset. There is sand spread around the waterside area, but a very small actual beach. Breakfast is minimal, coffee, orange juice and tiny muffins, not quite defrosted one day. Our room next to the road got a lot of traffic noise, it did reduce at night but was bad again by 6:30 am. We paid nearly the same for a real luxury resort the next stop on our trip, so it was not particularly good value for money.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Waterfront cottages located in the heart of Key Largo. Enjoy spectacular sunsets, relax in a hammock, bbq, kayak, scuba, snorkel, all in the charming setting of the Old Florida Keys. Family owned and operated. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Seafarer Hotel Key Largo