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Cheeca Lodge & Spa Renews Support of BTT as a Bronze Sponsor

Located in The Sportfishing Capital of the World, Islamorada’s Cheeca Lodge & Spa is a premier destination for fly and conventional anglers. With its rich history, incredible ambiance and five-star service, Cheeca Lodge has reintroduced the seamless blend of oceanside luxury and casual comfort through a $25 million renovation that touches every aspect of the resort, including the main lodge and all 214 guestrooms, suites and bungalows, as well as meeting and event spaces, the serene spa, multiple dining outlets, and the stunning palm-fringed grounds.

“We’re pleased to offer this donation and sponsorship to Bonefish Tarpon Trust,” says Paul Burke, Area General Manager of Cheeca Lodge & Spa. “We have always placed strong efforts on environmental causes in the Florida Keys and beyond and will continue to do so with support of this great cause.”

As Islamorada grows and develops, the resort continues to be a favorite among avid fishermen, yet the lodge’s offerings in recent years have expanded to cater to families, wedding parties, honeymooners, international travelers and more. Cheeca Lodge remarkably handles the growing interest in Islamorada while preserving all of the old fishing village charm that familiar visitors cherish. It is this balance of history and modernity, luxury and laid-back, old charm and new energy that has cemented Cheeca Lodge as the centerpiece of Islamorada.

“We appreciate Cheeca Lodge’s partnership and generous support of our mission,” said BTT President Jim McDuffie. “Cheeca has demonstrated its commitment to conservation over its storied history. With this gift to BTT, it is continuing that legacy with support of our efforts to ensure clean water and healthy fisheries.”

 About Cheeca Lodge & Spa  

 A cornerstone of the Islamorada community since 1946, Cheeca Lodge & Spa is set on a 27-acre private estate in the “Sportfishing Capital of the World.” Cheeca boasts 214 guestrooms, oceanfront suites and bungalows, and its signature feature is the classic 525-foot wooden fishing pier. One of the most popular suites is the George Bush Presidential Suite filled with priceless photos and mementos donated by the former President. Cheeca guests can enjoy watersports activities and excursions, tennis and sports courts, a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, a Spa with 11 treatment rooms, a family and adults-only lap pool, poolside cabanas, an oceanfront tiki hut, Camp Cheeca for children, over 4,500 square feet of event space and three  distinctive restaurants. The lodge reopened with a new look in 2017, following renovations due to Hurricane Irma. For more information visit www.cheeca.com