The Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina, located in Islamorada in the Florida Keys, reopened Friday, November 2nd, according to this press release. Suffering extensive damage from 2017’s Hurricane Irma, the rebuild and renovation has been a long process for the staff of this iconinc Florida Keys resort.
The press release states “Recognized as a ‘Top Resort in the Florida Keys,’ by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler, Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina will debut 151 ‘boathouse chic’ guestrooms, suites and seaside cottages, the celebrated Holiday Isle Tiki Bar and more than 130,000 square feet of beachfront indoor and outdoor event and meeting space.” The release goes on to quote Eddie Sipple, regional general manager of Islamorada Resort Company, who declares that the “Postcard Inn is postcard perfect, once again. The resort is essentially brand new with cherished offerings from the last 67 years.”
The Postcard Inn is one of my favorite resorts in the Florida Keys. We had the pleasure of staying there in the summer of 2013 and had so much fun it took me two articles (part one and part two) to sufficiently describe our delight over our stay. Apart from its plethora of waterfront watering holes, the grounds and facilities that we experienced were immaculate and the staff, unaware of my hosted visit, treated us kindly and respectfully. I still recommend the resort to everyone that asks where to stay in the Florida Keys.
I’m happy to hear that the Postcard Inn is back. It’s a good sign not just for the town of Islamorada but for the Florida Keys as a whole. In fact, it sounds like it might be time to make a return trip. Anyone up for a Florida Keys road trip?