Freshly reinvented, the iconic, 14-acre Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina, located oceanfront in Islamorada, Fla., proudly welcomes guests back to a fully opened resort upon the completion of the Raw Bar, meeting and event space remodel. As the final aspect of the resort’s restoration efforts, all 151 guestrooms, three restaurants and four bars, including the beloved and historic Holiday Isle Tiki Bar, made famous for its creation of the original Rum Runner cocktail, and the completely refurbished Marina are open and welcoming guests to a postcard-perfect experience once again.
“The new Raw Bar debut signifies a final step in the recovery process from 2017’s Hurricane Irma. The vision and resolve to create a destination where guests can experience the best of Islamorada has been a journey. We are very proud to host a new generation of the island’s greatest stories,” said Eddie Sipple, regional general manager of Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina.
Delivering the original Raw Bar experience with a new two-story design, Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina’s Raw Bar sits 25 feet above the Atlantic Ocean as one of the only double-deck raw bars in The Florida Keys. Recognizing the iconic history of the formerly named Holiday Isle, Postcard Inn’s Raw Bar is a nautical spot serving fresh seafood. The open-air space is casual and relaxed and offers an adults-only destination on the upper deck. With an eclectic yet modern atmosphere, the Raw Bar creates a perfect view of Islamorada’s famous Sandbar.
The new Marina at Postcard Inn Beach Resort is host to the largest fishing fleet in the Florida Keys, providing a state-of-the-art facility for sportsmen and women to take advantage of fully-equipped services and resort amenities, diesel and gasoline with one of the deepest channels in the Keys. Located halfway between Miami and Key West, and as the only oceanside marina in the area with 18 transient slips up to 65 feet long, 15 back country slips and 22 offshore captains, deep channels and resort access provide an ideal setup for exploring the destination via sea before docking to enjoy time on the island.