Islamorada's Newly Remodeled Hadley House Reopened August 18

Boutique Ocean-Front Resort to Reopen Following Extensive Post-Irma Renovations

USA , Islamorada , Florida. August 21, 2018

Hadley House, a boutique, oceanfront resort in Islamorada, Florida, reopened August 18 following a full post-Hurricane Irma renovation.

The property, located in the middle of the Florida Keys, underwent "head-to-toe" renovations including the exterior, new guestroom finishes and furnishings, lobby area, pool and landscaping. Twenty-one rooms are now open, and the property's remaining 16 rooms will reopen in October.

The Hadley House's guestrooms, including suites with kitchenettes, now feature a sleek and modern nautical design of light woods and bright splashes of color. The pool area, featuring an ocean view, and public spaces also received stylish updates. Revamped outdoor event space offers ocean views, perfect for a small, intimate gathering and private events.

"We look forward to welcoming guests to the new and improved Hadley House," said Melvin Woodall, general manager of Hadley House and its sister property - Islamorada's Fisher Inn Resort. "Following the wake of Hurricane Irma, we are proud to give our guests a fresh, vibrant atmosphere to enjoy during their stay in Islamorada."

Hadley House is walking distance to many of Islamorada's best attractions and restaurants. To further enhance a guest's stay, Hadley House partners with many local boat captains and rental companies to offer its guests one-of-a-kind experiences. A marina with 15 boat slips is located on site at the hotel, providing easy access to the ocean.

Hadley House is managed by Dallas-based Aimbridge Hospitality, the nation's largest hospitality management firm.

Rates begin at $149. To book a reservation or for more information, visit www.hadleyhouseresort.com. Hadley House is located at 82749 Overseas Highway, Islamorada, Florida.


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