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Great place to come and relax and enjoy the gorgeous views and weather. Great lay out of the rooms and the family areas. Thought we had missed housekeeping 3 days in a row but it was later told to me that housekeeping is only given to guests that stay for 7 days or longer😳. Luckily we are an organized ...
Great Romantic and especially quiet place to stay. This place has all one could ask for and more. This place also is kid's friendly too. Try it you won't be unhappy. :)
We loved our stay at Island City Hotel. The staff couldn't be nicer. The location was convenient to everything and very clean. We will definitely recommend to others and return on our next trip to Key West.
The inn is a little gen with amazing views and lots of prime beach and pool seating! Nice remodeling of an old-style motel provides charm and comfort.
Move at your own pace, cook your own meals and have a separate living space from your bedroom by staying in an apartment hotel in Florida Keys. These spacious living areas are more than just rooms where you sleep. Kitchenettes, HD TVs, Wi-Fi and private balconies turn your apartment hotel into a home during your stay in Florida Keys and make the region particularly welcoming for families and groups.
Find apartment hotels spread along the length of the Florida Keys region, from Key Largo in the northeast to Key West at the end of the island chain. You could save money on an apartment in the Middle Keys or splash out on a lavish condo in an oceanfront resort in one of the major towns.
Apartments in the Florida Keys often come with additional living space and cooking facilities, making them ideal accommodation for families. If you are bringing your children along to Florida Keys, you’ll find plenty to keep them entertained.
Take them to the numerous family-friendly attractions in the region. Start in Key West, which is packed with fun museums. The Shipwreck Museum transports you back in time to an era when Key West’s fortune was made by salvaging riches from vessels wrecked in the gulf. Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium and the Key West Aquarium are equally entertaining attractions for all ages.
Take your children on a scuba-diving expedition around some of the living coral reefs in John Pennekamp State Park or Looes Key. Those too young to dive can instead enjoy kayaking, snorkelling and chartered boat trips on the peaceful seas here.
If you want to cook for yourself during your stay in Florida Keys, make your way to the Keys Fisheries Market in Marathon, where you can choose your dinner from tables overflowing with freshly caught seafood.
Pick up vegetables from farmers’ markets selling organic produce in Key West, Islamorada or Marathon. Once you’ve chosen your ingredients, cook up a feast back in your apartment hotel and enjoy your stay in Florida Keys at your own pace.