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Reviewed 7 February 2016

Dive shop, dive master and resort staff where all amazing. Everyone was friendly, we made friends from all over the world many who had been to the resort several times. Rooms are quite with amazing views. We had an amazing vacation thanks to everyone at Anthony Key's.

  • Stayed: January 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Justdee2000
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Reviewed 6 February 2016 via mobile

This resort knows how to take care of visitors. Always smiling and helpful, the staff truly makes their guests feel special. For divers and snorkelers this is the perfect destination resort. The dive sites are varied and interesting, and the staff on board the dive boat will do everything from changing your tanks to helping you gear up. I recommend getting rooms on the key, not the hillside, only because of the
Views. I'll come back here again

Stayed: February 2016, travelled with friends
1  Thank Kintasays
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Reviewed 5 February 2016

We came here in Jan of 2016.
The weather wasn't wonderful, but the resort was accommodating and rather than tell us that we wouldn't be diving, they took us to the other side of the island where it wasn't as turbulent.
We stayed in a Key Standard room which was rustic but fantastic as it is right on the water. Right off the deck, we could watch the training of the dolphins!
There was so much to do at the resort; eat, dive, nap, eat, drink, kayak, stand up paddle board, watch the dolphins, and snorkel that we never left the resort.
The picnic on Maya Key was delightful. All the little Keys were so fun to explore!
On the down side, we did one night dive that was scary, this was one instance where the dive shop should have said we're not going - the current was very swift and as we had to go against the current and then back to the boat, the dive was very exhausting with one older diver being left waaaay behind and the dive-master seemed oblivious that he was struggling. I couldn't wait to get back in the boat on that one.
I would suggest coming later in the year, as the visibility wasn't anything to write home about and there didn't seem to be as many fish, turtle, etc. and the reefs also seemed a bit grey.

Room Tip: Dockside rooms not on Anthony's Key had easier access to everything
  • Stayed: January 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank agentbonnied
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Reviewed 1 February 2016

This was an awesome resort and the diving was divine. We made the mistake of not being prepared for the bugs and did not read up on precautions before traveling. (We made the assumption that if we could survive Costa Rica this would be no problem....we were wrong). The dive operation was expertly set-up with lockers provided for your diving gear, the Nitrox station directly off the dock and plenty of boats so you were not cramped. We went with a group of friends; they made it really easy for us to have the entire boat to our group which was great. Ashley was our DM and spent the entire week with us - he was awesome.

I loved the individual huts on their own island and the little ferry (John boat) that took you back and forth. Our hut overlooked the "shore diving" area and it was beautiful. The grounds were very well manicured and taken care of and the pool area was nice.
There is no individual coffee makers in your rooms, however they have a coffee station set-up by the pool area. My only complaint was there was no cream and the coffee was very strong.

If you are not in great physical condition you will either be at the end of the week or will hate your walk up the many, many (did I say many) flights of steps. The view from the dining area and bar is amazing so totally worth it but it can leave you winded. Don't drink too much at night or you could take a crazy fall. Not sure how this would workout for someone with physical limitations.

There is a snack bar where you can purchase soda, chips, cookies and ice cream as well as a very nice gift shop. They actually carry one of the best selection of Reef flip flops that I have seen even in the states. There is a little health clinic on site that has a hypobaric chamber - I pray no one needs it.

This trip is truly for divers and their is no TV, limited internet connection so you better enjoy your companion and spending lots of time under the water. I will definitely go back, the only change is I will be prepared for the bugs!

Room Tip: All the huts overlook the water - just pick one of the newly refurbished!
  • Stayed: March 2015, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Janet F
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Reviewed 1 February 2016

I wished that we had had more time at this resort - but our boat took us back at two.

The animal conservation side was interesting, but the snorkelling was just great.

The food provided was to a good standard.

Stayed: January 2016, travelled with family
Thank Leahmarie01
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