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The Florida Keys is the sun-soaked destination that postcards were made for. This chain of islands has all the hallmarks of a tropical paradise, including white sands, palm tree and glorious horizons of clear seas and skies.
You could spend your entire stay in Florida Keys happily kicking back on a lounger with a frozen margarita. But for active types, it’s a huge playground with adventures above ground, on the water and below it. Stunning national parks and coral reefs provide the Florida Keys with some of the best hiking, fishing and diving in the world.
The award-winning Hyatt Hotels brand operates hundreds of hotels across six continents, a huge leap from the single 40-room airport hotel the company launched with back in the 1950s. Fast-forward to today and it’s a major international business with a dozen-strong brand portfolio. Familiar names on its books include premium Hyatt Residence Club resorts and affordable Hyatt Place hotels.
Hyatt Hotels offers family-friendly accommodation in the Florida Keys under its Hyatt Place banner. These mid-sized hotels combine style and comfort with 24/7 amenities to provide the perfect base for a carefree stay.
In the laid-back Middle Keys, families can check in to Hyatt Place accommodation, with multiple restaurants, lounges and pools, all close to kid-friendly attractions like Turtle Hospital and Sombrero Beach.
Hyatt Residence is another Hyatt Hotels brand found in the Florida Keys, offering you a choice of luxury hotel resorts and apartment hotels. Palm-lined infinity pools, ocean views and sought-after locations are key features of Hyatt Residence properties.
And they are usually armed with extras like sunset-facing balconies and in-house sailboats for you to hire. Whether you want a hotel right at the heart of the action with all the must-see sights on your doorstep, or you’re craving a peaceful spot away from the crowds, there’s a Hyatt Residence hotel in the Lower Keys with your name on it.