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Welcome to Key West
Located closer to Cuba than to Miami, Key West is Florida’s independent and spirited southernmost subtropical paradise. It’s a unique confluence of history, climate, natural beauty, cultural diversity, architecture and unabashed romantic appeal. Embrace luxury on the island’s resorts, be amazed by the wealth of flora and fauna and wander the shopping streets of the Old Town. This is a destination far removed from the rest of the world.
Hotels in Key West
Hyatt Centric Resort & Spa
Whether you want and action-packed holiday or you just want to spend time reading by the pool, Hyatt Centric caters for you. With their numerous water sports as well as relaxing spa, this hotel will please everyone.
The Southernmost House
The historic Southernmost House was built as a private residence in 1896 and has now been transformed into an elegant oceanfront B&B with a wraparound porch. The B&B features bright rooms and suites offering free WiFi, flat screen TVs, coffeemakers and mini-fridges. There are also rooms available with private balconies. Start every morning with a continental breakfast and make the most of amenities including a heated outdoor pool, poolside bar and hammocks scattered on the beach.
Pier House Resort & Spa
The Piers House Resort and Spa provides the ultimate relaxation sport to its guests. The onsite spa provides everything anyone would need to rejuvenate their body and mind.
The Saint Hotel
The Saint Hotel Key West represents a piece of history. Part of the hotel is the oldest, operating hotel (Edgar House) and another part was Memorial Hospital. The Saint is a small 36 room, boutique hotel with eclectic designs featuring slogans of Play Naughty and Sleep Saintly.
H20 Suites Hotel
A brand new, all adult, luxury all suites hotel featuring 22 one-bedroom king bedded suites, with 11 individual plunge pools, a rooftop swimming pool and bar for all its guests, fitness center, 24 hour concierge services, and a beautiful secluded courtyard with water feature and plush tropical landscaping.
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Things to do on Key West holidays
Key West historical landmarks & museums
Shipwreck Treasure Museum
Step back in time and discover Key West’s unique maritime heritage and learn how it became the richest city in the United States. The museum combines actors, films and actual artefacts from the 1985 discovery of the wrecked vessel Isaac Allerton, which sank in 1856 on the treacherous Florida Keys reef. Join master wrecker Asa Tift and his wrecking crew as he tells you the story of how the early pioneers earned their living by salvaging the shipwrecks.
Martin Hellings House
This unique historic house was constructed in 1892 by Captain Martin Hellings and is one of few historic houses in Key West not built of wood. It’s also the site of Key West’s first public library.
Lighthouse & Keepers’ Museum
Climb the 88 steps to the observation deck for one of the best views of the island and the beautiful water that surrounds it. The museum houses artefacts collected since the lighthouse was built in 1847 and tells the many stories of the keepers who lived there. The quarters, grounds and the lighthouse itself have all been faithfully restored following the lighthouse’s decommission.
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Ingham Maritime Museum
Discover the history of one of the country’s most decorated ships at this floating museum. The Cutter Ingham served in World War II, Vietnam and the Cuban Crisis and now serves as a national memorial to those killed in action while it was at sea. The ship is recognised as a National Historic Landmark.
Audubon House and Tropical Gardens
Discover Key West’s creative side
Museum of Art & History at the Custom House
Towering over the historic seaport, the Custom House is as stunning a sight to visitors today as it was when it opened in 1891. Originally home to the island’s customs office, postal service and district courts, this four-storey architectural marvel was built to accommodate the increasing population and wealth accumulating from Key West’s lucrative trade routes and maritime industries. Today, the award-winning museum weaves together two centuries of history, art, people and events.
Sun, swimming & snorkeling in Key West
Dry Tortugas National Park and Fort Jefferson Ferry
Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park
Florida’s southernmost state park offers something for all the family. You can head to the beach with a picnic and swim, snorkel and fish, or walk and cycle along the nature trail around this designated National Historic Landmark. You can also learn more about US military history with a tour of the Fort.
Relaxation in the Keys
In virtually any area of the Keys, you’ll find rejuvenating day spas, massage therapies, yoga classes and alternative healing treatments for those looking to reconnect mind, body and spirit.
Pier House Resort & Spa
Stay Fit Studio
Get close & personal with Key West’s wildlife
Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden
Spot hundreds of different butterflies, birds, plants and beautiful flowers including many endangered and threatened flora and fauna. The forest has two of the last remaining freshwater ponds in the Keys and is a major migratory stopping point for birds from places as far away as South America, as well as being home to many rare birds that are native to the Florida Keys.
Butterfly & Nature Conservatory
Riggs Wildlife Refuge & Observation Deck
Bird lovers will appreciate the observation deck with its excellent views of herons, egrets, ibis and ospreys.