Cheeca Lodge – Islamorada, Florida

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A one-off resort located in the ‘sportfishing capital of the world’, this is a place where luxury accommodation meets fishing heaven. With 199 rooms, more amenities that you’ll know what to do with and plenty of distractions for fishermen non-fishermen alike, Cheeca Lodge is quite simply a Florida Keys institution.





The fishing

From this base in the fishing epicentre that is Islamorada, pretty much anything is possible. You can arrange for a guide to take you stalking tarpon, bonefish and permit on the flats, or head offshore for marlin, sailfish, dorado, tuna, kingfish and plenty more. You could even cast a line off its iconic 500ft pier that juts out into the Atlantic. And when you’re done, you can have the chef at the Atlantic’s Edge Resort cook up your catch for you…

The facilities

There’s a reason this place is a favourite among the likes of Jack Nicklaus. OK, put aside the fact that he designed Cheeca’s 9-hole golf course for a moment, and check out the facts: aside from the fishing, you get four restaurants, two swimming pools, a spa, tennis courts, watersports equipment, bike rental, babysitting, laundry services. And, of course, access to world-class fishing.

On top of that, the rooms are pretty special, featuring every convenience you could ask for: from fine linens, extravagant marble bathrooms and screened-in porches to wireless internet and sleek plasma screen televisions.


Rooms from $199 per night for a double (high season: $599)
Suites from $399 per night (high season: $1,099)

Fishing can be organised starting from $425 per half day

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