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All reviewstidal poolcaptain lizfishlaid backfull kitchentiki hutboat dockwatching the sunsetsome tlcgulf sidelittle piece of paradiseother guestsrooms are cleanfresh watersea lifenice poolgrounds are beautiful
We stayed seven nights here and had a wonderful, relaxing break from the cold up north. Our kitchen was so nice we never went out for dinner! Beautiful sunsets, fun fishing off the dock, warm pool and most of all we enjoyed the great people...More
What a beautiful and quaint hotel to stay at.
If you are looking to come as a couple, or come as a family, Coral Bay can fulfill your needs!
The grounds are manicured, the rooms are incredibly clean, the pool has a wonderful view!
What a great place for a get away. We arrived after many flight delays at 5 am to a note on the office door with our key. It was quiet enough to sleep in. The room was spacious and clean. The management friendly and helpful....More
We had a very relaxing stay here. The manager was SO friendly and helpful with recommendations of the area. The rooms were clean but basic - definitely in need of a refresh, especially the bathroom. There are not many frills; for example, the kitchen is...More
Islamorada is one of our favorite areas of the Keys and we love to try the different small hotels and inns. It was our first time to Coral Bay Resort. Sort of off the beaten path as it'is south of the main area of Islamorada...More
Response from FoggUtd3829 | Reviewed this property |
I’m not with the resort but just a traveler just like you. It would best if you called them. The Keys were hit hard. Approximately 50 miles further south was where Irma made landfall. I would call them.
We have one swimming pool. We do also have what we call a "tidal pool". It's part of the Gulf/FL Bay waters. It's surrounded by rocks with a deck on the outside, let's little fish in but keeps big fish out.