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An all-suite property in the heart of Key Largo, Ocean Pointe offers the perfect blend of style, comfort and convenience, its one and two-bedroom villas featuring full kitchen, dining area, washer and dryer, and private balcony. The ‘Waterfront Café and Lounge’ serves up hearty breakfasts and is also for lunch, light dinners and snacks throughout the day. The lounge carries a full line of beers, wines and soft drinks, and the bartenders are always eager to mix up a cocktail or two. Onsite activities include a huge pool, tennis, kayaking and boating, whilst within a short distance, you could join a trip into the Everglades or partake in some of the best snorkelling and diving in the Florida Keys.
Ocean Key Resort & Spa is one of Key West's top luxury resorts, boasting Zero Duval Street as its location. Overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, the 100 rooms and suites present classic Florida Keys décor, all with mini-bar, a luxurious bathroom including hot tub, and private balcony with views of the Gulf or Duval Street. ‘Hot Tin Roof’ restaurant’s menu is a mix of seafood and land fare, its unique style known as ‘conch-fusion’, whilst ‘Sunset Pier’ is the best spot around to enjoy Gulf front waterfront dining. ‘Liquid’ is the ultimate in poolside pampering, with light gourmet snacks and delicious drinks served to the accompaniment of live music. Ocean Key is next to Mallory Square in historic Old Town Key West, putting its guests right in the heart of this buzzing, diverse and eclectic neighbourhood.
Set on 17 acres of picturesque waterfront grounds, the Marriott Key Largo offers peace and tranquillity just an hour’s drive south of Miami. The rooms, which are located near to the beach, are stylish and spacious, showcasing Florida décor and with carefully chosen amenities for your convenience. The popular ‘Gus’ Grille’, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, lends a continental flavour to its fare, and two bars give you the option of sipping to the strains of live music or by the pool, both offering lunch and dinner. An outdoor heated pool ensures a quick dip is never far away and if you fancy some diving, you don’t have to leave the hotel as scuba and snorkelling are available onsite.
The Casa Marina was the very first of Key West’s resorts and after a major facelift, still presents itself as one of the Keys’ most luxurious hotels. Each of the 311 guest rooms creates a sense of classic combined with contemporary, offering unbeatable comfort and amenities. Boasting a special dining setting is ‘Sun Sun’, where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served al fresco against the backdrop of the ocean. Snacks are available at ‘Ramblers’ whilst ‘RUMba’ stocks the most extensive collection of – yes, rum – in all of Key West.
If you’re not already sufficiently ‘chilled’, stroll along the dramatic boardwalk to the two largest pools and largest private beach in Key West, or seek out rejuvenation in ‘Spa al Mare’ – and you even get to use the facilities of the Casa Marina’s sister hotel, The Reach.
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