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fabulous accommodation and staff...service is superb
our stay was less than 24 hours instead of 6 nights due to being evacuated because of hurricane Irma. The staff was helpful on getting us out before the hurricane hit.
We loved this hotel. I was with my husband and 2 daughters (24 and 26 years old) and we were celebrating my husband's 60th birthday. The hotel was in the best location. It was so clean and friendly. The staff was fabulous and we were just getting comfortable when on September 5th (my husbands birthday) ...
Beautiful hotel and spa facilities. Close enough to Miami in terms of travel, but you feel like you're away in the Caribbean.
Florida Keys is the perfect luxury hotel backdrop. Stylish accommodation and five-star service define the islands’ best hotels, while Champagne cruises, lobster dinners and private yacht charters provide the entertainment.
Stay in a luxury hotel in Key Largo, the closest island to the US mainland, and you’ll have the diverse underwater scenery of John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park on your doorstep. The best way to see the famous park is by skipping the crowds and hiring an in-water guide for a private snorkelling tour of its spectacular coral reef.
Further down the keys are the stylish inns, boutique shops and gourmet beach cafes of Islamorada. Fishing is the number one attraction here, and you can charter a luxury air-conditioned yacht to experience the sport fishing capital of the world in style.
If you’d rather eat the seafood than catch it, there are luxury hotels close to the award-winning restaurants of Marathon. When it comes to exploring this area further, the waters and famous Seven Mile Bridge are best viewed from the sky on a private helicopter tour.
If golfing is high up your list of must-dos, the quirky island of Key West is home to an 18-hole championship golf course. Although Key West marks the end of the Overseas Highway, it’s not quite the end of the keys. They continue for a further 70 miles and the ultimate way to see them is on board a seaplane. Tours offer an aerial perspective of the last of the islands and the dolphins, sharks and shipwrecks that call them home.
There are plenty of lavish options if you’re looking to blow the budget on a luxury hotel in the Florida Keys, but luxury doesn’t always come with a hefty price tag. You can find affordable mid-range resorts and guesthouses the length of the island with lavish extras like king-sized beds or private beaches that are worthy of the luxury tag.