Expert and novice anglers will find their island haven with a vacation to the La Jolla Resort in Islamorada, Florida. Due to its unique geography in the Keys, the area surrounding Upper Matecumbe Key is an enchanting aquarium with diverse fish species (like yellowtail, marlin, tarpon and bonefish), making it the perfect holiday spot for fishing excursions. When you put your sea legs to rest, enjoy bird watching for herons, pelicans and flamingos or enjoy fine dining at an Upper Key restaurant. An excellent location for visiting families, this resort provides walking access to nearby Islamorada attractions, such as dining and shopping. Sunbathe at a nearby tropical beach, enjoy cuisine at one of the ritzy area hotels or visit a protected state park while in the area.

During your stay at the La Jolla Resort, enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of tropical foliage like palm trees, key lime, blooming orchids and fragrant hibiscus. Unwind from the stress of daily life on a comfy hotel lounge chair. Enjoy use of the private hotel dock and fishing pier, an excellent spot for nighttime fishing. Cap off an evening with a meal and drink at the resort lounge and study fly-fishing techniques by watching a comprehensive video library.

The informal guest rooms pair well with the niche island spirit at this tropical hotel. While the La Jolla efficiencies are more motel than resort, the affordable price, intimate spaces and laid-back character clearly set the stage upon arrival. Each unit is neatly appointed with a private bathroom, soft linens and a cable television. Daily maid service is provided for all guests. Additionally, many rooms feature fully equipped kitchens.

With fishing opportunities day or night and in the Florida Bay or Atlantic Ocean, the ideal setting of the La Jolla Resort is a major perk for avid anglers. Save on cash but experience the beautiful Florida Keys waters with a stay at this Islamorada hotel.

Price Range – From $79 to $329 per night

Contact Information

82216 Overseas Highway
United States
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