Little Palm Island reopens

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One of 30 thatch-roofed bungalows at Little Palm Island in the Florida Keys, which reopened in March two-and-a-half years after damage from Hurricane Irma shut it down.
One of 30 thatch-roofed bungalows at Little Palm Island in the Florida Keys, which reopened in March two-and-a-half years after damage from Hurricane Irma shut it down.

The ultra-exclusive Little Palm Island Resort & Spa on Little Torch Key has reopened, after a closure of two-and-a-half years due to damage from Hurricane Irma in 2017.

Completely redone, the resort features 30 thatched-roof bungalow suites, including a pair of 1,020-square foot Island Premier suites with firepits and four-poster beds. As previously, the resort can only be accessed by shuttle launch, boat or seaplane. Docks can accommodate vessels up to 120 feet long with a six-foot draft.

Suites at the Noble House Hotels & Resorts property start at $1,500 a night, and include a signature Gumby Slumber cocktail upon arrival, landside valet parking and motor vessel transfers, nonalcoholic minibar beverages, WiFi, use of the fitness center, nonmotorized watersports, a nightly turndown service and gratuities.

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