Holiday Isle Tiki Bar
For a true Florida Keys resort experience, spend some time at the vibrant and unique Holiday Isle Tiki Bar. In 1969 this open air bar located at the edge of the property's marina began serving up cocktails under the original name of The Hapi Hula Hut. It was not until 1971 that this property was officially known as the Tiki Bar.
The Iconic Tiki Bar in Islamorada Re-opens Following Enhancements at Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina at Holiday Isle
In an effort to maintain its celebrated island vibe and place in local legend and lore, much of the original Tiki Bar, has been preserved during the renovation, including the signature neon sign and the roof. The original Tiki Bar floorboards, adorning the names of visitors over the past 47 years, were repurposed and used to construct the enhanced bar area.
A true Florida Keys classic and home to the original Rum Runner, the Tiki Bar opened in 1969 and quickly became a “must stop” attraction for visitors, locals and wanderers just passing through. In 1972, the hotel’s owner challenged his manager, “Tiki John,” to make a drink out of the overstock liquor in the storeroom. Mixing Bacardi Superior Rum, Blackberry Brandy, banana liquor, lime juice and grenadine, the original Rum Runner was born.
Located minutes away from Key Largo and a short drive from Fort Lauderdale/Miami and Key West, Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina offers quaint ‘boathouse chic’ accommodations. From crisp white bedding and whitewashed bead board to nautical accents and pops of navy, turquoise and sky blue, guest rooms and suites exude fresh island style. The resort offers a myriad of activities including non-motorized water sports ranging from a floating trampoline and paddle boards to peddle boats, bicycles and kayaks.