pected to open this fall. Dining and drinking options include Calusa, a Cajun-Caribbean restaurant with views of the bay, the beachside Dry Rocks and a tiki bar. Other amenities: an Aveda salon, library, two pools, children’s activities.
At Mile Marker 97;
97000 Overseas Highway; bakerscay.com,
Ocean Pointe Suites: The resort, with 700 suites that sleep four to six people, reopened in March. The marina has been restored, and a new gazebo is available for events and weddings.
At Mile Maker 92.5; 500 Burton Drive; Provident Resorts.com/ocean-pointe -suites, 800-882-9464.
Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina: The popular waterfront resort is scheduled to reopen in November with 145 units and 14 cottages. The Ciao Hound restaurant, tiki and raw bars, and marina are already open. The company’s other properties — Pelican Cove, La Siesta and Cheeca Lodge Resort and Spa of Islamorada reopened in March. Amara Cay — are open.
At Mile Marker 81; 84001 Overseas Highway; holidayisle .com, 305-664-2321.
Cheeca Lodge Resort and Spa: The 214-unit oceanfront resort reopened in March. The $25 million renovation includes a rebuilt fishing pier, redesigned rooms, a refurbished golf course and a new Italian bistro, Mia Cuccina. An additional pool and tiki bar are planned.
At Mile Marker 82; 81801 Overseas Highway; cheeca.com, 844-933-9713.
Chesapeake Resort: There are 20 garden-view units open, with 45 more scheduled to reopen later this year. A pool and beach access are also open.
At Mile Marker 83.5; 83409 Overseas Highway; chesapeake-resort.com, 305-664-4662.
Islander Bayside Resort:
The property with 25 twostory townhomes is open. However, its sister property, the Islander Resort, is undergoing a renovation and will reopen later this year. It will have a new restaurant and family splash pad.
The townhomes are at Mile Marker 81. islanderfloridakeys.com, 305-664-0082.
Hadley House Resort: In August, 21 rooms were opened. Another 16 will