Islander Resort

Address: Mile Marker 82.1 Oceanfront, Islamorada, Florida Keys, Florida, 33036, United States | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Mile Marker 82.1 Oceanfront, Islamorada, is near Anne's Beach, History of Diving Museum, Indian Key State Historic Site, and Hurricane Monument.
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          • Outdoor pool
          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          Historical Traveler Reviews Islander Resort Islamorada



          My husband & I just got married in March at the Islander Resort. My wedding was so spectacular! All of our guests stayed at the resort. The food was wonderful. The staff was so pleasant, and they catered to everyone's needs. The Food & Beverage Manager was so helpful in the planning of all my wedding details. My guests and I agreed, the Islander has the prettiest beach we have seen in the Keys. We are planning to return for our anniversary for a 2 week stay. In all my travels, I have never been so pleased as I am with the endless amenities & friendly staff at the Islander.

          Ruined my vacation, new owner has lost my family's business


          My family has stayed at the Islander for many years and loved each and every visit there until this past March. Our group of 8 (staying in 4 rooms paying $188/night for nearly a week) left feeling disgusted and cheated by management's misrepresentation of what would await our arrival at their facility. We were told that all the renovations would be complete (including a new fresh water pool with tiki-bar) by the time of our arrival. What we woke up to every morning was a lovely view of backhoes and port-a-potties between our rooms and the ocean. Had we been informed of this we might have still stayed there (out of loyalty and respect for honesty), but not for nearly $200 a night!! Evidently, the new owner holds his revenue generation in much higher regard than the satisfaction and trust of the very customers whose dollars put food on his table and enables him to drive around in his black Mercedes. I'm sure the resort will be truly magnificent upon completion, but the owner's/management's lack of honesty and integrity are truly disheartening and appalling. When our group approached the front desk to complain we were each given a $170 per room discount, but that doesn't even begin to approach adequate compensating for being taken advantage of by dishonest and greedy management and ownership. The Parrish/Parscarella Family

          Best place to be in the key's!


          My stay at the islander resort was wonderful. They are under construction at this time, however, all the staff and management went out of there way to make us as comfortable as possible. The staff is friendly,helpful, and happy to be at their job. The property has the look and feel of old style florida. The rooms are all new, very clean, and the continental brekfast was great! My wife and i could easily stay here for a long time. The management is very helpful with any questions we had. They also had a welcome party for all guests during the x-mas week with free booze and food! Now thats not something you see everyday! With actions like this I am sure the Islander will be the premier resort in Islamorada. My wife and I plan on returning as soon as they get the Tiki Bar open. We know thats the place to be for service,atmosphere,great people and beautiful grounds.

          Love the relaxed atmosphere


          Have been going to the Islander for many years. Have enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere and its great location in the Keys

          Great Place


          Have stayed in many hotels in the Keys from Largo to Key West and have spent $200 per nite in some hotels. The Islander is where we now stay.

          It is lower cost, but the rooms are clean, the A/C works, the rooms access their own beach directly, the two pools are great, and the beach is nice too. Each room has its own kitchen, so we save big on food costs by cooking ourselves. During the week, you have the place to yourself almost. Last time we stayed there though, it seemed all off of Miami's lower class showed up for the weekend and we had fights and loud drunken people right outside our room around the pools at 2AM.

          Other than that one episode, we enjoy the location and will definetly go back in the future....

          Sunsets are amazing!


          Driving down on impulse to the Keys, we decided to stop in Islamorada as the area seemed quiet and peaceful. After one too many stops of low-season high-prices, we happened upon the Islander. At the time most of it was going under construction (11/02)and we were leery, but the front desk agent gave us a chance to look at two newly renovated rooms. Upon opening the door, we were surprised by the room having a "condo" look and feel. Open, airy and sliding doors which lead to a sandy backyard. There is a kitchen and utensils too. The water was hot and the a/c cold! The only thing we didn't approve of was the breakfast. Free, but not worth it. The front desk staff was rude. If you can bypass these things, its a great family place.

          Give it a chance ...


          My first thought when we pulled up to the Islander was "I think I'd rather camp." The kids said it looked scary - I agreed. First impressions can be deceiving and I'm happy to say that was the case at the Islander. The room turned out to be very clean and had a lot of character - marble tile, high ceilings and jalousie windows. The view from the porch was fantastic - Atlantic ocean and swaying coconut palms. The kids ended up loving it. Between the two pools, fishing pier and piles of coconuts on the ground, they had plenty of things to keep them busy. As a matter of fact, they found so much to do that I was able to relax on the back porch with a glass of wine and watch the clouds drift over the palm trees. The Islander turned out to be a fantastic place. We will definitely go back.

          Don't be fooled like me


          The place may say its a resort but it may be the furthest thing from it. For the price that hopefully you won't pay, it is a ripoff. This place looks like a big cheap motel, not a resort. The office people are rude and wouldn't even give me a receipt on my bill. How ridiculous is that? Don't stay here.

          Not so pretty


          While visiting Islamorada recently, we went to look at this property. All I can say is that it was very rundown. The pools looked like they were well-maintained and the view of the ocean was nice enough, but the buildings and surrounding areas were in need of work.

          Don't Get Your Hopes Up


          My husband and I went to this "resort" thinking we were going to have our best vacation ever. Well our door was broke to our room. Which I found out when I tried to change because someone was looking in at me. Then we go to the phone in our room to call the front desk and tell them about it and to no surprise the phone was broke. The

          oceanfront room we were promised was only oceanfront if you were over six feet tall and standing on your tippy toes. There was no kitchen just a refrigerator that didn't even have ice in it but they had ice trays. The a/c didn't work too well so we were sweating profusely. We are from Fl and

          we still live here so we can deal with heat pretty good but for the amount of money we paid it wasn't worth it.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Islander Resort Islamorada

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Islamorada

          Morning Walk

          A travel blog entry by patandglenn on Mar 11, 2014

          2 photos

          ... and nice to be out in the sea air. We saw a Ray of some kind leap out of the water and make a big splash. Apparently they do it to shake parasites off, getting a photo of that would just be by chance.TWe spent the afternoon lounging on the balcony and it got pretty drunk ...

          Safari Cheetah Memories

          A travel blog entry by liz.handwerker on Jan 19, 2013

          ... seasonal residents put on "horse races" - kind of a
          keys version of Bingo - and the joint was hopping. We stayed for a
          couple races, and then left disappointed in not winning anything...the
          Buttery Nipple shots we drank at the bar kept us toasty warm on our way
          back to the RV .
          Saturday morning Jill stopped in to say hello on her way to Key West. Kathy and Adam were with her, and the visit was nice.

          The boys took the ...

          Family Vacation Time

          A travel blog entry by a3dennert on Jul 28, 2012

          67 photos

          With Moira coming to spend two weeks with us in SoFla Rusty, in concert with grandpa, planned a week getaway to Islamorada where they rented a house on the water. Vera and I and the kids were only able to spend one night with them :o( , but we are glad we were able to do that because these family moments is what life is ...

          It really isn't a swamp

          A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Apr 16, 2012

          1 comment, 65 photos

          ... cypress swamps and pine savannah. We first went through the sawgrass prairies and open savannahs of the “Big Cypress”, a 780,000 acre National Preserve in the Everglades. This primarily fresh
          water area. Here we took an airboat ride and saw a few alligators and lots of birds. The water in parts is only 4" deep.A nature walk took us into the cypress swamp area of the Everglades. Cypress domes form around low-lying ...

          Sunrise, snorkelling and strippers

          A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jan 12, 2012

          32 photos

          ... he gyrates to speeded up Madonna songs. He stuffs the dollar bills from his punters somewhere unspeakable. What a way to make a living...

          We run through the deluge to Aqua across the street where a slightly classier form of entertainment is taking place - or at least a more fully clothed one. The biggest drag bar on Duval Street sees super-sized Danny La Rue's paying tribute to Sister Act, Kelly Clarkson, Whitney Houston and many more. Bizarrely the crowd is almost ...

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