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Drop Anchor Resort and Marina

At a Glance

    Pros

  • bright and colorful
  • attention to detail
  • laid-back charm

    Cons

  • noise from the highway
  • beach is better for fishing than swimming

Drop Anchor Resort and Marina Review

It's easy to find your unit here, as they are painted in an array of Crayola colors. Immaculately maintained, this place has the feel of an old friend's beach house. Inside you'll find soothing West Indies–type furnishings and kitschy-cool, 1950s-era tile in the bathrooms. Welcoming as the rooms may be, you didn't come to the Keys to sit indoors: there's a luscious expanse of white sand awaiting, and you can catch ocean breezes from either your balcony, a comfy Adirondack chair, or a picnic table perched in the sand. There's a boat ramp to accommodate anglers.

    Hotel Details

  • 18 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 03-23-2013

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