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Great staff, very nice clean rooms and I couldn't ask for anything better. See you all soon!!
Small beach but lots to do and hotel grounds were beautiful
The Hyatt centric in Key West is amazing! We loved our recent stay! Most of the staff was top notch a, courteous, helpful and there! Our restaurant experience was great bc the waitress was super ... food super! Sent from my iPad
The staff was friendly and responsive. The entire facility needs a good cleaning and maintenance. The pool was nice, but the edges had a yellowish color stain that made it feel a bit dirty (they should have been white like the rest of the walls and bottom). Our room was big, but the table was wobbly ...
Great place and beautiful hotel. Lovely property and excellent staff
Florida Keys has a long legacy of being one of the most progressive and open-minded parts of America. Today it retains its reputation as one of the most gay-friendly destinations in the country.
LGBTQ+ travellers are welcomed across Florida Keys, but some hotels in the region make this welcome part of their raison d’être. Stay in gay-friendly guesthouses, lodges and resorts in Florida Keys to enjoy the sights of the region and the company of like-minded guests.
The gay-friendly hotels in Florida Keys come in a range of prices and with different amenities. Find a cosy guesthouse accommodation that comes with fitness facilities and a nightclub, or stay in an elegant lodge hotel complete with a beachside tiki bar, outdoor spa tubs and childcare services.
The Florida Keys have long marched to the leisurely beat of their own drum, once even seceding from the rest of the US. The region takes pride in its progressive attitudes and in less tolerant times, LGBTQ+ citizens would flock to the welcoming atmosphere of the Keys. It’s been at the forefront of gay-rights campaigning and was the home of writer and gay icon Tennessee Williams.
Key West even has the motto “One Human Family” as a declaration of its tolerant spirit. Look around the city centre and you’ll find a crosswalk covered in the colours of the rainbow flag, painted there in 2015 to celebrate the city’s annual Pride celebrations.
Stay in a Key West hotel for the Pride parade, one of the best celebrations of its kind in Florida. Come to the city in June and join revellers from around the world celebrating diversity and love with a big, colourful party. Even if you can’t make it at this busy time of year, there are plenty of popular gay-friendly night clubs and bars around the region where you can always have a good time. Look around Key West city centre to find some of the best and most popular gay bars in the city.