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Reopening after Hurricane Irma with new management and a new look. Small family run resort in the heart of the 10,000 islands. Suites & rooms available. Priced reasonably. Meeting room available for groups (i.e. fishing trips, car & motorcycle clubs, etc). Waterfront side door pool, boat ramp with access to the Gulf of Mexico & 10,000 islands, and boat & trailer parking. Come check out the new Everglade City after Hurricane Irma.
Captain’s Table is a hotel quite simple, nothing fancy but with everything you need and plenty of space to park your car.
Bedroom is large and clean.
We did not try the pool.
People were quite flexible about check-in and check out.
Location is good,...More
Staying a night at Captain's Table was like staying in one of those shabby roadside motel you try to avoid. Yet the price tag says resort.
The few pros: well equipped kitchen. A patio with moskito net.
choice of accommodation is this town is limited. Our room is spacious enough with two beds. There is a separate area with a small fridge, rod to hang your clothes and a luggage stand to unpack. There is not a lot of space in the...More
Date of stay: June 2018
Response from cf695, Manager at Captain's Table ResortResponded 29 June 2018
Thank you so much for staying with us. We are under be management and really are striving to meet the needs and requests of our guests.
Slow service...boring and bland food...way overpriced and not as the menu stated. We both had the shrimp scampi pasta. Menu read shrimp scampi on a bed of angel hair pasta...
Nice size shrimp,but with penna pasta. We've eaten there several times in the past 20...More
Date of stay: June 2018
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Response from cf695, Manager at Captain's Table ResortResponded 27 June 2018
We are Captain’s Table Resort, we are a hotel not a restaurant. The restaurant adjacent to the Resort is NOT part of Captain’s Table Resort it is owned by someone else. It’s called Everglades Adventure and you can find it on TripAdvisor. Thank you again...More
If you're looking for today's cookie cutter hotel with the latest and greatest amenities, keep driving. (Actually, in my humble opinion, it would be a shame to locate one of those cookie cutter boxes in this area.) If you're looking for a clean, well managed...More