Freshly debuted in April, Isla Bella is the Florida Keys’ newest luxe resort and the first new outpost to open in the middle Keys since Hurricane Irma. Set on 24 acres just down the road from the 7-Mile Bridge, the 199-room escape sports four restaurants, five swimming pools, a marina, full-service spa, and soothing Greek- and Bermudian-inspired architecture.
The residential-style, three-story Isla Bella Beach Resort graces 24 acres of prime Keys’ real estate, where a relatively calm surf lends itself to adventures in kayaking, snorkeling, and fishing (the area has some of America’s best sports fishing and bonefishing). Those craving simple, tropical relaxation (read: languid, cocktail-heavy days) can choose from five pools, a private beach, waterfront hammocks, and tiki huts.
The top-flight, white-clapboard hotel sits on 24 secluded, waterfront acres and boasts five pools, four dining spots (including a flagship Italian restaurant), almost a mile of private coastline and its own beach.
This might finally be the place that gets everyone off their phone. Featuring a mile of private beach, five swimming pools, Moke beach cruisers, and a marine center with water activities (think: scuba diving and sunset cruises), the 24-acre resort is sprinkled with tiki huts, firepits, hammocks, and a beachside grill. A perk? All rooms have views of the Atlantic.
Ann Abel from Forbes named Isla Bella Beach resort one of the 19 Hottest New Hotels of 2019 and we agree! "The beachfront hotel has nearly a mile of private sand, a spa, four restaurants and bars, five swimming pools, and Atlantic views from all 199 of the rooms and suites."