Amara Cay Resort in Islamorada to Reopen Dec. 15 Post-Irma

Amara Cay Resort, an oceanfront beach resort in Islamorada, Florida, is set to re-open its doors on Friday, December 15, 2017, after closing for repairs following Hurricane Irma.

Recognized in November as a ‘Top Resort in the Florida Keys’ by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler, Amara Cay Resort will open its 110 guestrooms and suites, a new resort pool, its wedding venues, Reelburger restaurant and resort grounds.

To celebrate its reopening, Amara Cay Resort is launching a special holiday offer for guests that is valid on travel between December 15, 2017, and January 15, 2018. Visitors who stay for three nights will enjoy savings of 30 percent on their winter getaway by the sea. The special can be booked here or by calling 305.664.0073 with code HOLIDAY. The offer is available for booking now.


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Inspired by Islamorada’s billing as the “Sport Fishing Capital of the World,” Reelburger’s all-day dining menu serves gourmet burgers, “burger bowl” salads and social starters. Burgers with unique toppings and condiments are sandwiched between toasted brioche buns and served alongside a crunchy pickle and choice of kettle chips, signature, house-made slaw or crispy hand cut fries, perfectly seasoned with truffle sea salt and fresh herbs. Bar selections include a list of tiki and craft cocktails, specialty shakes, beer and premium wine.


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