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The hotel was nice. The shuttle was fantastic because we did not have to use our rental car the whole time we were there. The only complaint I have is it is very noisy in the mornings on the Gulf side. Next time I will get a room on the pool side.
The hotel common areas and staff are very good and helpful. I stopped to ask a question or two several times and always received accurate information. While coming and going they front desk staff always had a hello and a smile which makes me feel like a valued customer. The remodeled lobby/bar is ...
Nice hotel, good location. Don't expect a beach or a fancy resort, but this is a nice hotel and we really had no complaints. It appeared nicer than most other hotels in the area.
Treated ourselves to a nice hotel for a last minute trip to Key West. The property was beautiful, room was very nice and even though we didn’t pay for a water front room, we still had a partial view from our balcony. The only complaint I have is that multiple staff members had us a on a search for ...
they took amazing care of us! their systems were down so we couldn't check in right away however they took our bags for us so we could walk the town and then upgraded our room for free and gave us free breakfast to make upnfor it!
You’ll find a great selection of four-star hotels in Florida Keys, each reflecting its very own character, charm and ethos. Whatever the style, whether it’s an elegant resort and spa, contemporary seaside hotel or plush cottage, most four-star accommodation in the Florida Keys are close to the water, and you wouldn’t want it any other way. For the true magic of the Florida Keys is in its beaches, coral reefs and Gulf of Mexico views.
Key West is home to most of Florida Keys’ four-star resorts. With Mallory Square Plaza, beautiful beaches, its historic old town and a world-class golf course, Key West is one of the most idyllic places to stay.
You’ll also find luxury accommodation on Islamorada, as well as the lesser-visited islands of Little Torch Key and the romantic Marathon Island. With swimming pools, sea views and palm trees (not to mention the spas and fine-dining restaurants) it will be hard to drag yourself away from your four-star hotel to explore.
Looking out to sea is one thing, but for an experience you won’t quickly forget, get out on to the water in comfort aboard your very own yacht for the day and explore hidden beaches and clear coves. You can charter catamarans, sail or motorboats from many of the islands’ marinas or through your hotel concierge. Anglers, whether novices or long-time enthusiasts, will find the waters teeming with big-game fish. Or why not learn a new water sport? Scuba-diving courses are a wonderful experience and will introduce you to a whole new world beneath the waves.
If you’re more of a land-lubber than a budding mariner, hunker down by one of the oasis-like pools in your hotel with a fruit rum cocktail in hand and ease in to your stay. Museums such as the Ernest Hemingway House, art galleries and cigar rooms are local institutions and give you an insight into the culture and history of the Florida Keys.