Little Palm Island has been named by Forbes Traveler as one of America’s gorgeous offshore destinations one may not know about … or perhaps you already do.
Little Palm Island, near Little Torch Key at MM 28, is accessible only by boat or seaplane. Entering the island is said to be like entering another world, another time. 30 private bungalows look out to sea through leafy palms and sun-kissed gardens. With names like Osprey, Snowy Egret, and Ibis, the 28 thatched-roof Bungalow Suites and two Island Grand Suites at Little Palm Island Resort and Spa offer the ultimate privacy with interior decor inspired by nature.
Above or below water there are endless sporting adventures, a world-class spa, and a dining room regularly ranked as the most tantalizing in South Florida.
Little Palm’s Dining Room tempts taste buds or travelers with classic European preparations fused with fresh Floridian, Caribbean and Latin flavors prepared by Executive Chef Luis A. Pous. Visitors can savor meals at tables strewn along the beach where one can reach out and touch the warm waters lapping at their feet.
Children over the age of 16 are welcome.
Little Palm Island named as one of America’s Island Paradises and is accessible only by plane or seaplane. However, this designation is not the little island’s only big accolade. The June issue of Travel + Leisure Magazine voted Little Palm as the top 7 hotel in the world, number 3 in the U.S. when it comes to 5-star service. Baby, I need a vacation and I know the precise spot!