Florida Keys & Key West

Overview

Teeming with activities, the islands of the Florida Keys make for a classic Florida vacation.

Duck Key
Halfway down the Florida Keys, you’ll find the island of Duck Key. It’s small and secluded, yet central to Miami and Key West. With aquamarine water all around and glorious sunrises and sunsets, you will be lulled into a state of total relaxation — except for when you’re out fishing, snorkelling, paddleboarding or flying around on a waverunner.

Islamorada & Marathon
Islamorada comprises of six little islands, so give yourself time to explore. It’s known as the sport fishing capital of the world, so it’s no wonder the seafood restaurants are as excellent as they are. Diving is big down here — to see just how big, visit the History of Diving Museum. For a sandy beach, head to Anne’s Beach where the water is always warm and crystal clear. The Islands of Marathon boast some of the best boating activities anywhere, including deep sea, reef or flats fishing, plus a local sand bar, waterfront restaurants, jet ski tours, kayaking, paddle boarding — or just cruising the turquoise waters.

Key West
The southernmost town in the United States has always drawn the colourful and creative. Everyone from Tennessee Williams to Judy Blume has called it home. Then there’s Hemingway, whose house is now a museum. The streets are filled with cafés, open air bars, legendary pubs and world–class restaurants. Discover Duval Street, ‘the longest street’ in America and the home of the Pina Colada.

 

 

from £249 per night

Islamorada, Florida
  • 212 guest rooms and suites comfortably sleeping up to 4
  • Family and adults only swimming pools
  • 2 restaurants and beachfront Tiki bar
  • Camp Cheeca for ages 5–12
  • Spa at Cheeca
  • State of the art fitness studio
  • Fishing
  • Par 3, 9 hole golf
  • Lighted tennis courts
  • Sea kayaks
  • Bicycles
  • Accommodations have private balcony or patio with tropical or oceanview

from £249 per night

Duck Key, Florida
  • 177 hotel rooms
  • 2 and 3 bedroom self–catering ‘villas’
  • 5 restaurants
  • Several swimming pools
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa
  • Full–service marina
  • Clubs for kids 5–17 years
  • Dolphin Discovery program

from £199 per night

Key West, Florida
  • 10 rooms & suites (in 3 buildings)
  • Continental breakfast
  • Pool
  • Off–street parking

from £325 per night

Key West, Florida
  • 311 rooms
  • 2 oceanfront pools
  • Beachfront
  • Restaurant & bar
  • Water sports
  • Bike rentals

from £205 per night

Key West, Florida
  • 1 and 2 bedroom apartments
  • Community swimming pool

from £149 per night

Key Largo, Florida
  • 192 rooms & 10 suites
  • Restaurants
  • Beach bar
  • Pools