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Mr. Flagler knew what he was doing when he built the place. We had a king suite beach walkout and stepped right on to the sand. Room was laid out great, friendly staff, nice pool, easy to use water equipment and bikes etc. This is a higher end resort so you will pay for what you use - for example, ...
Casa Marina, A Waldorf Astoria Resort£204Casa Marina, A Waldorf Astoria Resort£204
Beautiful sunset, great staff, rented kayaks and had a wonderful time.
For many, getting way means a calming experience where you leave behind the cares of everyday life. One of the best ways to do this is to stay in an all-inclusive hotel in Florida Keys. Having your meals and drinks provided for you takes a load off your mind and frees you up to enjoy the many attractions in the region.
Stay in a luxurious resort that comes with massages on the beach and free cocktails or find an adults-only hotel for sophisticated evenings enjoying wine and cheese platters. Delicious meals, quiet pools and quick access to local attractions help make Florida Keys’ all-inclusive hotels some of the most relaxing in the city.
With your food and drinks all taken care of, you can spend more of your time in Florida Keys exploring the numerous sights. Look around Key West’s Mallory Square for some of the city’s highlights.
The Shipwreck Museum transports you to the past in a timbered house that traces the stories of wreck-salvaging crews. The Customs House, an old trading building nearby, hosts the headquarters of the Key West Art and Historical Society. Take a deeper look into the history of the city here and enjoy displays of artwork by local painters and sculptors.
On Key West’s coast, the Ernest Hemingway House and Museum documents the life of one of the US’s greatest writers. Wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy visiting the Butterfly and Nature Conservatory. Nearby, Southernmost Point marks the very bottom of the continental United States and is a popular spot for photo opportunities.
Of course, one understandably tempting option in Key West is simply to linger on the city’s stunning beaches. Higgs Beach comes with the option of kayaking and snorkelling in the ocean, while the expansive, sandy Smathers Beach is a popular place to sunbathe and swim. Find an all-inclusive hotel by the beach and you can spend hours relaxing on the sand as you drink cocktails and sunbathe on your all-inclusive hotel’s complimentary beach towels.