The Moorings Village


  • Romantic setting
  • Good dining options with room-charging privileges
  • Beautiful beach


  • No room service
  • $20 daily resort fee for activities

Published 09/14/2015

Fodor's Review

This tropical retreat is everything you imagine when you think of the Keys—from hammocks swaying between towering trees to sugar-white sand (arguably the Keys' best resort beach) lapped by aqua-green waves. West Indies–style cottages with cypress and Dade County pine accents, colorful shutters, private verandas, and wicker furniture sit in a canopy of coconut palms and old forest landscaping on a residential street off the highway. This is a high-end slice of Old Florida, so don't expect tacky tiki bars. The one-, two-, and three-bedroom cottages all have modern kitchens with modern appliances. A palm-lined walkway leads to the beach, where a swimming dock awaits. The spa offers massages (in the beach chickee, if you desire) and beauty treatments. During busy season, there may be one-week minimum. Neighboring Cheeca Lodge, the Moorings has the same high standards but is less cramped, more private and exclusive, and possibly the most beautiful property in the Keys.

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MM 81.6 OS, 123 Beach Rd., Islamorada, Florida, 33036, United States

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Hotel Details:

  • 18 cottages
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 09/14/2015


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