by Whitney Rife
Little Palm is situated on the beautiful coast of the Florida Keys, and while it is a beautiful resort, it caters mainly to adults and does not allow children under 15. Families stay in thatched roof bungalows with custom beds, mosquito netting and expansive verandas. Get closer to nature with the outdoor showers. A beach and a marina provide hours of fun times for any family. Area tours focus on kayaking, sailing and exploring the reefs. Two swimming pools are also onsite. Parents may want to visit SpaTerre for a relaxing body treatment, or enjoy a beachfront romantic dinner for two. When you work up an appetite, pay the Dining Room a visit and enjoy gourmet tropical cuisine. Make sure to secure reservations for the delicious Sunday Brunch. Beachfront dining is also available.
Our Editor Loves
- The Dining Room
- Tours and ocean excursions
But after several phone calls, signing up for email alerts, etc.. Nobody has every gotten back to me..
And that’s OK. Because, while the magazine ad in the American Airline magazine I saw was wonderful and compelling, clearly nobody works there. And if they do, they have so many visitors that they don’t need another one.
I travel a lot. I spend money. My wife and I are always looking for something like this. But if you don’t want me, I don’t want you.
Good luck. You’re going to need it
by John N
We drove by Little Palm on 10-1-18 and it is still closed - it's not looking good- nobody is working on the place.
There is still a lot of damage in the middle keys a year after the hurricane. lots of places still have those blue tarps on their roofs and lots of buildings are not occupied.