Fisher Inn Resort & Marina Reopens in Islamorada, Florida

Boutique Oceanfront Resort Now Open Following Head-To-Toe Post-Irma Renovations

USA , Islamorada , Florida. October 17, 2018

Fisher Inn Resort & Marina, a boutique, oceanfront resort located in Islamorada, Florida, reopened on Monday, October 15th following an extensive post-Hurricane Irma renovation.

Located centrally in the heart of the Florida Keys, the property underwent full renovation including updates to the exterior, public spaces and guest rooms. The 22-key resort & marina will offer guests a modern, yet comfortable place to stay while visiting Islamorada.

Guests will be welcomed with bright décor, inspired by the Keys, and vibrant rooms featuring convenient amenities such as walk-in showers, kitchenettes complete with refrigerators and Keurig coffee makers, dining seating and free Wi-Fi. The hotel features a heated pool with ocean views, and is the only property in Islamorada to offer boat parking and a boat ramp, making fishing and water sports a convenient activity for guests.

The property also boasts a picture-perfect waterfront event space. Featuring stunning views of the ocean, the space can accommodate anything from an intimate gathering to a larger party with up to 300 guests for the ideal wedding, reception or meeting.

"It's exciting to finally reopen Fisher Inn Resort & Marina, and know guests will be delighted with the updates," said Melvin Woodall, general manager of both Fisher Inn Resort and Marine and its sister property - Islamorada's Hadley House. "We look forward to hosting guests for their ideal Florida Keys getaway at our waterfront resort."

Fisher Inn Resort & Marina is located at 84951 Overseas Highway, Islamorada, FL 33036. The resort is located closely to several of Islamorada's best restaurants and attractions, many within walking distance.

Fisher Inn is managed by Dallas-based Aimbridge Hospitality, the nation's largest independent hospitality management firm.

For more information or to book a reservation, please visit www.fisherinnrestort.com.


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About Fisher Inn Resort & Marina

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Lana Baugh
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