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Looking out over the Straits of Florida towards Cuba, this upscale resort places guests a 3-minute drive from downtown Key West. The Ernest Hemingway Home & ...
Amazing experience. The staff went out of their way to make sure our experience was one of a kind.
This island resort--with a white-sand beach on the Gulf of Mexico--has a quarter-mile-long boardwalk trail winding through it 12 acres of dense foliage and rare ...
This is a nice Marriot but it's a bit away from the town. Rooms were nice and Joe the concierge was terrific- every suggestion was great!! The pool is nice but there's no beach for swimming
There are a few ways to arrive at your Key West all-inclusive resort. You can land at Key West International Airport (EYW), which is just 2 miles from the heart of the community, but you might be able to score a cheaper Travelocity flight into Miami International Airport (MIA), and then you can drive to Key West. The journey takes about 3 ½ hours, but it’s one of the most scenic routes in the country. Making your way across the Overseas Highway brings opportunities to count boats and watch the sun bounce off glistening water. By the time you arrive in the Keys, you’ll be primed to enjoy tons of time on the coast.
Transportation: If you land at the Key West airport, you’re just 4 miles from Hyatt Centric Key West Resort and Spa and all-inclusive Key West hotels. Hailing a cab or using a ride-share app is the easiest way to get to your accommodations. If you choose to land in Miami and don’t want to rent your own car, buses to Key West are available, so all you have to do is sit back with a magazine or turn on your favorite podcast en route. Once you’re in Key West, bicycles and scooters are popular ways to enjoy the tropical breeze on your skin and get around.
Finding Your Way Around: Though Key West is small, getting lost on vacation is sometimes a bummer. The wise wanderer that you are, you’ll want to stay in the know about how to get to your favorite attractions and find out which events are happening while you’re in town. Download the official Key West app to your phone (available for both Apple and Android), and you can easily find your way around and check out the city calendar.
There is a reason you’re headed to Key West with that family-sized bottle of sunscreen. You’re ready for some sun, and Florida practically guarantees it. The average high temperature is 82 degrees in Key West, and the average low temperature is a comfortable 73. The warmest month is September, so if it’s a balmy getaway you seek, show up in early fall.
1. Meander Down Duval Street (0.2 miles from La Concha Hotel & Spa)
This famous commercial thoroughfare is the best place to rub elbows with locals and visitors alike. It runs between the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico coastlines at the tip of Key West, and is known for its colorful art galleries and delicious restaurants. Oyster bars, seafood companies, and pasta cafes are just a few places to choose from when the dinner bell rings.
2. Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden (1.2 miles from The Inn at Key West)
If you need a break from the energy of Duval Street, 11 acres of serenity and emerald trees cover this arboretum and botanical garden. Bring a picnic lunch and eat a peaceful lunch while you watch for butterflies.
3. Tour the Ernest Hemingway House (0.7 miles from the Westin Key West)
Looking for some inspiration for your next masterpiece, wise wanderer? Take a trip to the Ernest Hemingway House, where the prolific writer spent his days for more than a decade. If the walls could talk, they would reveal the secrets of discarded drafts. Today, the historic property provides a tranquil place to honor the artist and marvel at the beautiful gardens.
Key West’s sherbet sunsets and lapping water are calling your name. Book your hotel with Travelocity today, and the only thing that’s left to do is pack your favorite beach towel start counting sailboats as you fall asleep each night.