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Unfortunatly, our 5 day stay turned into one and a half days due to hurricane Irma. However the staff remained extremely calm and professional.The rooms and property were beautiful. The food was excellent and the staff even more so. We got out two days before evacuation. Our only hope is the entire ...
Beautiful hotel and spa facilities. Close enough to Miami in terms of travel, but you feel like you're away in the Caribbean.
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 ...
The hotel was clean and had a great breakfast. It was quiet and the staff was friendly and helpful. Nice pool area for sitting outside. It was close to Duval Street. We will definitely stay here again! ☺️
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 ...
We've stayed here several times and love everything about it. But this time there was a problem. Irma was coming. The staff said they would get us off the island because our flight was cancelled, and although they made an effort while I was standing there I had to find a way out myself. And when ...
Great location near everything but far enough to be slightly more quiet. Great pool area. Charming and spacious rooms. Beautiful views from balcony and pool. Street and hallway noise is a problem. Some staff were not informed enough to be helpful booking activities. Bar tender at pool didn't make ...
Great location near Duval Street. The hotel has beautiful rooms with great views. The staff could not have been any nicer. The service was great. The swimming pool is nice size with comfortable chairs and umbrellas. The Shor Restaurant at the hotel has an amazing breakfast.
With its idyllic secluded beaches and swaying palms, Florida Keys is a natural choice for romantic hotel getaways. This long string of islands south of Florida has all the ingredients for couples looking for romance, from white sands and turquoise seas to hotels tailor-made for relaxing, reconnecting and pampering. With world-class adventure sports and wildlife also on offer, Florida Keys is a dream destination for couples.
Every corner of Florida Keys has an air of romance. There are the endless blue horizons of Islamorada, where the hotels are surrounded by powder blue skies meeting azure-hued waters. And there are beautiful white beaches, walking trails and a nature centre in the quaint traditional seafaring island of Marathon. There’s also the tropical seclusion of the Lower Keys, where romantic hotels are set against a peaceful and idyllic backdrop of sand and palms.
Romantic hotels in Florida Keys have stunning natural settings, whether they are surrounded by gardens of orchids or peaceful private beaches. King-sized rooms with freestanding whirlpool baths and thatched beach bungalows with porches overlooking the sea are among the romantic room choices on offer. And romantic hotels go out of their way to spoil couples with luxurious extras like turndown services, which can include running bubble baths, scattering rose petals and putting Champagne on ice for you to return to after dinner.
Champagne cruises and beachfront bike rides are classic romantic escapades in Florida Keys, but there are many less-traditional alternatives. Key Largo is considered the dive capital of the world, with spectacular underwater scenery ripe for diving, snorkelling or exploring on a glass-bottom boat.
While in Islamorada, famous around the globe for the quality of its sport fishing, couples can spend a day on backcountry waters catching tarpon and redfish. Right at the southern tip of Florida Keys, in Key West, you can stroll down historic palm-lined streets and watch the sunset as part of the nightly celebrations in Mallory Square.