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We enjoyed our brief stay, that was cut short due to Hurricane Irma evacuation. The room was very nicely appointed except for the rock hard pillows. The hotel provided shuttle service to near Mallory Square. A huge plus. Don't forget to tip the driver. The hotel concierge desk provided us with some ...
Pro: Room is large and comfortable. Location is convenient. Staff are nice. It also has complementary shuttle service to downtown if you need transportation. Con: This property seems to be relatively old and is NOT sound-proof. If you're a light sleeper, or you really care about noise level - or ...
We love staying at Hawk's Cay. I love that they have heir own little private beach/lagoon area. Main pool is beautiful, but when you want to get away from other people's kids, there is an adult pool as well. It's a little older but still really nice. My only complaint is that is that the menus have ...
Great stay. Staff were extremely accommodating as well as friendly. Location was perfect and skip to the beach. We like this resort because it has all you need in one location.
Whatever time of year you visit the Florida Keys, chances are the weather will be fantastic. Sunshine and balmy temperatures are pretty much par for the course on these islands. And despite the world-class diving, stunning scenery and eco-tourism in Florida Keys, it’s ultimately the warm sunny forecasts that draw in the crowds. This is the Sunshine State, after all. And thanks to its reliably stunning weather, there is no shortage of hotels with pools in Florida Keys designed to make the most of it.
Pools come as standard with most accommodation in Florida Keys, whether it’s a relaxing adults-only infinity pool or a kid-friendly family pool. Even some of the budget motels and hostels have a basic outdoor pool and sun terrace. Go for a mid-range hotel or guesthouse and enjoy a pool with loungers, parasols and a pool bar. Upgrade to a luxury resort and you could be treated to anything from a pool in a secluded palm-lined tropical oasis, to one with built-in waterfalls and lined with cabana day beds.
Temperatures can soar in Florida Keys on summer days, so the best place to spend them is at an ocean-view pool with a cooling sea breeze. You can book a pool hotel with sea views in any price bracket, with hotels with infinity pools usually at the top end. The ultimate sea-view hotel pool is a saltwater lagoon, a pool fed directly by the ocean and raises and lowers with the tide. They are unusual, but if you book a hotel with a saltwater lagoon, you’ll find they are superb for snorkelling and paddleboarding.
Thanks to the sheer number of hotels with pools available in Florida Keys, you can cherry pick a place to stay that is right on the doorstep of your must-sees. From Key Largo in the north all the way down to Key West, there is a hotel with a pool for every taste and budget.