We spent three nights at Casa Morada, and had an incredible time! From the moment we made our reservations to the time we checked-out, the entire staff made us feel welcomed and relaxed at this beautiful small (only 16 rooms!) resort. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, and the resort grounds are stunningly relaxing and beautiful. You can play bocce (we did), take in a Saturday morning yoga class (we did), or simply relax by the pool (we did. You have a great view of the bay, and can go kayaking (we saw manatees!) or snorkel, and you don't pay the hefty resort fees you pay elsewhere in Islamorada. The breakfast buffet is everything you need to get your day started. Oh, and the resident cats are adorable!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Casa Morada is an upscale sixteen suite privately owned hotel inspired by the informal character of the Caribbean. The atmosphere is private, peaceful, and serene. The staff is known for their warmth and attentiveness. Raymond Jungles, a renowned Miami Landscape Architect known for his natural lush landscapes, designed the award-winning garden spaces throughout the property. The highlight of the resort is Casa Morada's spectacular private island. The island is accessed by a dramatic footbridge and features a fresh water pool, secluded cabana and the Sunset Gazebo bar with stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico. Casa Morada is a 90 minute drive south from Miami International airport and 90 minutes north of Key West. Guests of Casa Morada may also arrive to the hotel by boat. Casa Morada is a pet-friendly hotel and welcomes children 16 and older. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Casa Morada Hotel Islamorada