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The hotel is ok. We were in the 3 story building and there is not an elevator so we had to lug all of our luggage up 6 sets of stairs. There was some type of motorcycle convention and they had all of the parking spots blocked off so that was a real pain. The pool is nice and there is a bar in the ...
We checked into the hotel on a Thursday. We were greeted by a very friendly staff. They gave us all the info we needed about the surrounding area and some great recommendations for food and transportation.
When we first drove up we were a little disappointed, but were surprised at nice it was. Old, and not my idea of renovated, but quaint and in a very good location. The room was nothing like the picture, but would stay there again.
I have been coming to keys for 45 years and have stayed at Pier House and many cottages up and down the keys. For the price this hotel included refrigerator microwave iron/board hair dryer. Also free shuttle to Mallory square. Within walking distance everything from Outback steakhouse to McDonald's. ...
One of the primary reasons to visit Florida Keys is to try out some of the adventurous water sports you can experience on this scenic string of islands. The Overseas Highway connects all the main islands to one another, and all along this road you can find hotels offering exciting water-based activities and ocean excursions.
Marathon and Key Largo, two of the best towns to stay in for scuba diving, feature a range of both budget-friendly hotels and extravagant resorts. Visit Islamorada or Key West for spacious oceanfront accommodation and charming old Florida-style towns.
The obvious appeal of the Florida Keys is the region’s connection to the ocean. The Atlantic lines the southern coast, while the north side faces the Gulf of Mexico. Water sports outlets are available on most of the major keys.
Hire the right equipment, strap on an oxygen canister and flippers then head underwater on a scuba-diving adventure. John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, outside Key Largo, is one of the diving highlights of the area and tempts you with promises of sea-turtle sightings and live coral. Sombrero Reef and Looe Key offer equally exciting underwater experiences.
Diving isn’t the only water sport available in Florida Keys, however. You can also skim across the waves outside Key West on a jet-ski for a thrilling, high-speed adventure around the island. Water sports operators often offer other activities, such as parasailing, windsurfing and kayaking for further adventures on the beautiful blue waters of Florida Keys.
Although many people visit Florida Keys for the nearly limitless water sports opportunities, there is plenty of scope for fun on land too. State parks such as Bahia Honda and Long Key have scenic walking and cycling routes. Perhaps the most adrenaline-fuelled thrills out there, though, are in the air. Jump out of a helicopter on a skydiving adventure or soar over landmarks such as the Seven Mile Bridge on a biplane tour.