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No wonder why it's rated #1 in Islamorada.
This resort is very quiet and affordable for the Keys.
Angie the manager was very nice over the phone during the booking.
We stayed in an efficiency room #7 just in front of the pool. Very spacious,...More
My family and parents spent 5 nights at Coral Bay Resort for spring break. We had a wonderful time! At check-in we met Angie and Linda. They were both very friendly and check-in was very easy. We got into our rooms ( 1 and 2)...More
We only stayed here one night but will certainly be back. The kids loved, loved it here! The fishing was great, the pool area is nice, the grounds are kept nice, the other guests were friendly and all the staff went out of their way...More
We spent a week here. We had room #14, an efficiency. I was a little skeptical when I made a reservation because I've stayed at my share of older Florida properties that have the "Florida mold smell" because the AC's are turned off in the...More
Just spent four nights at the Coral Bay Resort and really enjoyed the property. We had an efficiency unit that was very reasonably priced. The unit was large and clean with daily maid service, offered a covered patio with table and chairs. The unit had...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.