Just minutes from historic Old Town and Duval Street, this newly renovated boutique hotel on 5 lush acres offers some of the largest villas on Key West.
PLAY: Take the complimentary shuttle to Smathers Beach, where chairs and towels are provided. The resort can also arrange for a number of water activities, including private boat rentals, sunset cruises and snorkeling/diving excursions.
ENRICH: Book a backcountry eco-tour to study the area’s unique flora and fauna, or head into town to learn about Key West’s most famous former resident at the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum.
UNWIND: Relax by one of four glimmering pools, each nestled in its own garden paradise, or settle into a cozy hammock and let your stresses drift away.
TASTE: Enjoy tropical flavors at The Grove Kitchen & Bar, where you’ll nosh on fresh fruit, ceviche and sandwiches paired with umbrella-adorned drinks.
After a $25 million refresh, this 27-acre resort in laid-back Islamorada has reopened with redesigned guest rooms, a picturesque pier and stunning palm-fringed grounds.
PLAY: Choose from water sports such as kayaking and paddleboarding, or embark from the pier on a fishing excursion or sunset cruise.
ENRICH: Kids will have fun at the environmentally themed Camp Cheeca, which focuses on Florida Keys wildlife; adults can browse a cluster of nearby art galleries.
UNWIND: Escape to the intimate Spa at Cheeca Lodge for a treatment, or hop on a complimentary bike to explore the property.
TASTE: Savor unique sushi rolls at Nikai Sushi Bar & Restaurant, fresh seafood dishes at flagship restaurant Atlantic’s Edge and Neapolitan pizzas from Mia Cucina.