Little Palm Island Resort & Spa – part of the Noble House Hotels & Resorts collection – will officially begin welcoming guests on April 1, 2020. Following a two and half year closure as a result of Hurricane Irma, and subsequent re-imagination, the 5.5-acre ultra-luxe private island resort invites travelers to book their stay, with reservations being accepted starting September 23, 2019.
"In reopening Little Palm Island we knew that we faced an exciting challenge – how do we not only restore the spirit and essence of the property, that our loyal guests adore, but also evolve the experience, aesthetic and functionality?" said Pat Colee, owner, founder and chairman of the board of Noble House Hotels & Resorts. "The answer for us was extraordinary attention to detail. This restoration has been a true labor of love and we believe we've maintained the authentic character of Little Palm while ushering in added amenities. We cannot wait to welcome guests back on our shores."
A best-kept secret for U.S. presidents and celebrities, Little Palm Island Resort & Spa is located off the fabled Florida Keys coastline, on a lush, private island dotted with crushed seashell paths amid verdant tropical foliage. Each of the 15 redesigned thatched-roof bungalows offers vibrant ocean views and plush, all-new interiors. A new world-class spa features a two-story atrium with carved architectural details and a handcrafted tile fountain. The renowned Dining Room has been enhanced to encompass sweeping views of the ocean and combines with a guest favorite, The Monkey Hut lounge. Private cabanas have been added to the oceanfront pool area and the well-loved Palapa Bar will be returning as well. Crushed seashell paths wind through this five and a half acre paradise, allowing guests the chance to see countless species of birds, endangered Key deer and even bright green iguanas and playful dolphins. Many exclusive activities are available, from seaplane tours to reef snorkels.
The resort continues to pride itself in providing the perfect combination of privacy and luxury while maintaining the tradition of keeping televisions and telephones out of the guest rooms and public areas. This allows guests to escape and enjoy a true 'getaway.'
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