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My husband talked me into this place for our stay as I was not keen on the "throwback" time capsule look of the grounds based on the website.
I held my breath until we were given the key to our cottage and I had to...More
Perfect for a couples get-away! Charming, the others guests are happy, but can't be heard. The service wowed us in that the grounds keepers were efficient and fast, the maids respectful, and the management extremely pleasant. The management treated us really well, we felt relaxed...More
We recently stayed at Pines and Palms for 2 nights...We were very impressed with how immaculate the cottage and grounds were kept. Sweet little cottage...very clean...beautiful place for sunrise and sunset...quiet and charming! Heated pool/Pool-side bar/hammocks...close to area restaurants...Looking forward to going back!!
Bottom-Line Up Front:
The Pines and Palms Resort has exceeded our expectations every time. The cottages are charming, the grounds are immaculate and staff are extremely friendly and helpful. It is the quiet charm of this resort that led my wife and I to choose...More
Overall charming compound with an authentic vintage feeling.
HOWEVER, I Had an unfortunate incident which could have been much worse. It was handled strangely and attempted to be covered up and smoothed over instead of dealt with.
I was in cottage 11 and had used...More
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Response from pandpowner, Owner at Pines and Palms ResortResponded 15 December 2014
First I want to apologize for our lack of communication regarding the smoke/carbon monoxide detector in your room. You were very concerned and rightly so. I am certain if you were aware of the many precautions taken on your behalf (both prior to...More
While I have not stayed here I have stayed at many places in the keys. There are not a lot of real beaches in the keys...each key is basically a rock in the water. If you want shelling the west coast of Florida... More
While I have not stayed here I have stayed at many places in the keys. There are not a lot of real beaches in the keys...each key is basically a rock in the water. If you want shelling the west coast of Florida, particularly Sanibel, would be the place. Most beaches are created by clearing rocks and dumping sand, then smoothing it out on a grade that gets deeper the farther it goes out. Walks on any beach in the keys would be a pleasure and sunsets are outrageous, particularly when you are equipped with a margarita!