Two Bedroom Condo 5 minutes to downtown Key Largo or Islamorada!
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Ehhh.....not worth it!
We are Florida residents and have been coming to the Florida keys at least once a year, if not more, for over 25 years. We either stay in Tavernier or Islamorada. Some times we bring our boat and this resort is perfect for that. The ramp is located less than a mile away and the marina offers a dedicated location for you to store your trailer. The pier is great as well as the pool. We have stayed at this property many times over the past couple of years, not in this particular unit. Now I understand that each room is individually owned and managed. Some of them are decorated better than others and maintained better than others. This room was clearly maintained for pure profit, not for luxury. The amount of money that we paid, comparable to what we had paid for other units, was a waste. Yeah it had the basics, towels, pots and pans dishes but nothing extra. The units that the resort rents nightly were less expensive and had much more of a "vacation resort" feel to them. We had other family members come with us and they opted to book straight through the resort. This was just a basic room for a luxury price. Just suggestion to the owner/manager: Get a good cleaning service that will clean this unit the way you think it should be. We wouldn't even walk around the unit without shoes on because our feet would turn black, yuck.
The mattresses and appliances were comparable to something you would pick up second hand. We will not be retuning to this unit.
We enjoyed celebrating our 3rd wedding anniversary at Ocean Point. The condo was clean and comfortable. The only complaint we had was that neither balcony was really large enough for us both to enjoy at the same time. Other than that, we had a great stay.
Great view, bad smell
The condo was spotless and well stocked. The view was fantastic from both balconies. There were a few small issues with the condo—torn screen on the bedroom balcony, a crack along the top of the tub in the master bath, the whirlpool didn’t work, and the remote for the tv in the bedroom didn’t work. But honestly the view made up for these few minor glitches. The real disappointment was not with the condo but with the grounds. In front it is spotless and the pool is great. But in the back, the wooded area is littered with trash. And the beach area is unusable due to the seaweed. We got hopeful when we saw groundskeepers hauling wagons of seaweed into the brush, but after checking the beach we couldn’t tell where they had removed it from. When seaweed rots in the sun, it smells like sewage and the breeze blows that aroma right onto your balcony. The seaweed on the beach extended out approximately 15-20 feet into the swimming area so you can forget about swimming or snorkeling. Most of the resorts and condos in the area clean off their beaches, but not Ocean Pointe. I’m sure the owners are paying fees for upkeep that is not being done appropriately. So yes, I would definitely recommend this condo, but do yourself a favor and wait until the seaweed plague is over.
Thank you for taking to time to review our property. We have since fixed the screen and changed the batteries in the remote.
This is a heavy Sargassum year for the keys. The last time the Florida Keys experienced a heavy sargassum loading year was 2015. If you like to fish, you may have heard these floating algae mats called the “weed line,” and they are fantastic spots to sportfish. Sargassum is actually a very important habitat type out in the open ocean as it provides one of the only places for some species of fish, crabs, and juvenile loggerhead sea turtles to forage and hide from predators. A thick clump of sargassum provides a feast for many species, including birds, and also attracts the larger gamefish who prey upon them, like mahi and tuna. NOAA Fisheries considers sargassum essential fish habitat for snapper, grouper, gray triggerfish, and coastal pelagic migratory species like mackerel.
In the Florida Keys, when we experience prevailing winds from the south and southeast, these massive floating mats of sargassum that have broken free from the Sargasso Sea’s circling gyre are washed onto shore with the wind and waves.
We would love to welcome you back and hopefully next time the beach is clean and clear for you to better enjoy.
Our vacation there was amazing. Every detail was thought of. I will definitely do it again.
Great Views and Fabulous Place
This is our second time renting from Largo and again, the experience was flawless. The unit had incredible views and was in perfect condition. Would definitely recommend this place to anyone traveling to the Keys!
Great location in a bucolic setting
We stayed in this lovely place for 5 nights in April. It was quiet, extremely clean, and well stocked with everything we needed. The view was something I wasn't sure about from the pictures, but it ended up being lovely and we could see the water over the trees along with the gorgeous changes in the sky in the morning and evening.
We thought that the location was ideal and the rentals of kayaks/paddleboards was a nice touch. We ended up going to the main rental place where the kayaking was even better. Paddle the Florida Keys is the company that provides the kayaks and paddle boards for the units in this complex (Ocean Pointe). They were AWESOME!
We would rent again in a heartbeat from both Largo Miller and in this area. Great stay.
Ocean Pointe Suites, nestled on 60 exclusive acres in south Key Largo, is gated and manned 24/7
This Oceanfront condo is just
10 miles from John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
1.7 mile from he wild bird center
The Florida Keys are home to some of the best fishing, snorkeling and diving in the world. Key Largo's proximity to the everglades also makes it a premier destination for kayakers and ecotourists.
The drive to Key West is about 2 hours south and is remarkable!
The Florida Keys offer s fantastic variety of restaurants, but with the out of fresh seafood available its not surprising that the cuisine of the keys is largely built around the catch of the day.