We had a 2-night stay at Cheeca Lodge in room 717. It is what they call a "Luxury Resort View One-Bedroom Suite" and is on the 3rd (top) floor of one of the buildings.
We really liked this room. It has a kitchen with a full-sized refrigerator, 2-burner stovetop, microwave, and dishwasher. (Note that it doesn't have a conventional oven.) The sitting room is a comfortable size with a sofa and flat-screen TV. The bedroom has a king bed - we slept 12 hours the first night here, so the bed is pretty comfortable. The room also has a HUGE bathroom that actually has 3 rooms to it: one for the toilet, a second for a sink/vanity with a good amount of counter space, and a third room for the shower (with a selection of shower heads), separate deep soaking tub, and another sink/vanity.
The screened balcony was a favorite place for us to sit. We felt that we were in a rain forest, with the large trees right outside the balcony providing some privacy.
Parking for the building is covered, and the building has an elevator.
I wish we'd had a longer time to use the beach - it is lovely. Even though they said that they were booked solid, it seemed quiet to us - the most activity was at the tiki bar (which has excellent margaritas).
It's also in a nice mid-point location in the Keys .We'd love to come back here.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The "Queen of the Florida Keys", Cheeca Lodge & Spa has been an exclusive hideaway for celebrities, business leaders and U.S. Presidents for over 70 years. Set on 27 private oceanfront acres in Islamorada, Cheeca has been constructed with a porte-cochere entrance, traditional Florida Keys architecture, chic West Indies décor, and spirited tradition of “barefoot elegance” -- a term coined at Cheeca. Along with a new breakfast bistro and lobby bar, Cheeca boasts three distinctive restaurants: Nikai Sushi Bar and Lounge offering the Florida Keys’ freshest sushi, Asian-inspired fare and a unique selection of Japanese sake and wine; Atlantic’s Edge with a seasonal fine-dining menu of fresh local seafood, prime steaks and organic local produce; and its family-friendly Limoncello Italian restaurant serving up Tuscan favorites in a casually rustic setting. Cheeca Lodge & Spa features 2,400 square-feet of retail shops with a Cheeca Signature store featuring the latest designer fashions and accessories. An expanded roster of activities include offshore and backcountry fishing, parasailing, sightseeing, eco-tours, paddleboards, water trikes, kayaks, golf, tennis, pickleball, shuffleboard and more. The resort’s signature features include a classic 525’ wooden fishing pier, tropical gardens, crossing palms archway, nature trails, Tahitian-style Spa Lagoon, spectacular purple sunsets, 1100 feet of beaches, Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, Camp Cheeca children’s environmental activity program, and access to world-class sportfishing. Located just 90 minutes south of Miami International Airport in the Florida Keys, Cheeca Lodge & Spa is just a few hours by air or drive from major East Coast U.S. cities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cheeca Hotel Islamorada
- Cheeca Resort Islamorada
- Cheeca Lodge Florida
- Cheeca Lodge And Spa
- Cheeca Lodge Islamorada
- Cheeca Lodge Spa