I stand in awe of true beauty – balmy, calm and open bound, the oceans of The Keys stretch before me…
Newly renovated, yet true to beach style, this little piece of paradise invites you to come in unwind and find simple relaxation in the breathtaking aesthetics of the Keys’ natural environment.
Luxurious but understated, the newly renovated Checca Lodge mixes the theme of beachy wooden bungalows with high end hotel, in suits that overlook a jetty to the ocean and epic ‘canvas worthy’ sunrises not to be missed. Open your double glass doors, to find your balcony nesting a large outdoor tub draped with white linen, positioned beside a waterfall shower.
The resort itself is quaint; wooden ceiling fans, cool wooden decking and a tiki bar all in the old laid back style of the ‘Keys.’ It’s clear the Cheeca Lodge has a long history, and it’s not hard to see why. The resort is whatever you want it to be; there are kayaks, paddleboards, snorkel trips off the dock, fishing trips and more. Yet it is first and foremeost ‘laid back,’ not casual, just more inviting of a slower pace. Indeed, from the calm waters that stretch before you, on their sandy beach, to the lulls of tinkling boats and views of endless palms, Cheeca will enchant you.
This I can promise… leaving Cheeca Lodge and Islamorada will be the hardest part of your trip.