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The hotel was nice and clean. It is pretty small but intimate. The staff was really nice. Roman was the person who was there to receive us and he was really nice. He did his best to help us to find different activities to do with the best price.
One of the nicest hotels in Key West. We loved the grounds and the location (easy walking distance to everything). Thanks for the free yoga on the beach! Resort fee included towels and a 2 cocktails - wish it had included parking or bikes. Room AC was not great and housekeeping needs to be more careful ...
The hotel staff was very nice and accommodating we took our boat down and it was easy to dock and the marina is very accesible from the hotel. The beach was very nice as well as the pool. The hotel is undergoing renovations which where very needed as the part we stayed in seemed very run down which ...
This resort has everything you could want for a quiet relaxing vacation, plenty of things to do on key largo, then return to the tranquility of Azul del Mar! Highly Recommend
With a mix of deep-green mangroves, warm waters and world-class living corals, the natural beauty of the Florida Keys is its most important asset. It provides a backdrop for the water sports and nature trails that draw visitors to the islands from around the world. And with tourism so heavily reliant on these natural resources, hotels in the Florida Keys are united in their efforts to be as green and sustainable as possible.
Whether it is a cosy guesthouse, beach cottage or family-friendly resort, most hotels in the Florida Keys are committed to minimising the impact they make on their surroundings. The top performers take measures to save water and energy, reduce waste, prevent pollution and recycle. From using energy-efficient light bulbs to swapping soap and shampoo bottles for dispensers, Florida Keys sustainable hotels are committed to making a big difference long-term.
As an eco-conscious traveller, you can minimise the footprint you leave in Florida Keys by sightseeing on foot. The individual islands are tiny, which means there is usually a huge range of hotels and guesthouses in walking distance of the main attractions. The centre of Key West, which tops the list of must-sees for most visitors to the islands, is almost entirely pedestrianised and there is a free park and ride to reduce the number of vehicles on the roads. If you do need to drive in the Florida Keys, a number of rental companies have electric cars on their books.
Florida Keys is a dream destination for eco-travellers. National parks dedicated to preserving the environment stretch the length of the islands and showcase their stunning natural beauty to visitors. Each destination has its own must-sees. Hotels in Key Largo, for instance, will put you in striking distance of the world-famous John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Marathon has its Turtle Hospital, and Lower Keys is home to the National Key Deer Refuge. Wherever you choose to stay, you will find eco-friendly ways to explore the natural environment above and below the water.