Key West

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Conceived by oil tycoon and South Florida developer Henry Flagler, Casa Marina is one of the island’s most historic and storied resorts — The Telegraph
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Guests feel right at home in these spacious abodes, where each morning sees a basket full of fresh fruit and baked goods delivered to their front porch. — Travel + Leisure
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Right at the foot of colorful Mallory Square, Ocean Key is bright and cheery, with tropical-themed rooms, a pier-bar scene with live music, and prime sunset views. — DK Eyewitness
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Two of the houses are restored Victorian homes filled with antiques, and the other two are opulent, with four-poster beds and floral spreads. — DK Eyewitness
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The former estate of Peggy Mills, a local garden lover, is now a romantic retreat situated in a lush botanical setting intertwined with walkways and dotted with fountains. — Concierge
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Historic style with Waldorf Astoria polish on Key West's only stretch of natural beach. — Jetsetter
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8 reviews
Designed to resemble a large plantation-style home, this resort has 118 rooms, each with tiled-entry foyers and private balconies providing at least partial ocean view. — Travel + Leisure
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The tallest building in Key West at six stories high and one of the most iconic, La Concha Hotel & Spa is located in the centre of Duval Street amidst all the hubbub — The Telegraph
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8 reviews
If you don't mind being a short drive from Duval Street and the Old Town action, this quiet resort is made up of typical Conch-style bungalows set among lush tropical foliage. — Concierge
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6 reviews
The vibe keeps with Key West's good-time feel, and the property is a very popular spot for weddings. — Concierge
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7 reviews
Relax and rejuvenate in superb accommodations in Old Town Key West on the waterfront, a block from Duval Street and next to Mallory Square. — Afar Magazine
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The 222-room Marriott Key West Beachside Hotel is a waterfront property located away from the party atmosphere of downtown Key West (a free shuttle takes guests to and from the action). — Oyster
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7 reviews
This unassuming Key West compound combines classic regional architecture with cover-girl interiors — Star Service
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The location—on a quiet stretch of beach at the foot of Duval—is ideal as a buffer from and gateway to the action. — Fodor's
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6 reviews
Spacious suites with full-size kitchens, is an upscale, four-pearl property in the southernmost part of historic Key West. Guests get lots of freebies. — Oyster
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4 reviews
This adults-only private resort covers two secluded miles in the center of Old Town. — Travel + Leisure
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Pets and children are welcome at this guesthouse, which still manages to retain its romantic and historic air. — DK Eyewitness
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7 reviews
A charming guesthouse, with a cool, Caribbean feel, tucked away in the backstreets of Bahama Village. — Rough Guide
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This is the first built-from-scratch hotel to debut in Key West in nearly two decades. Its arrival signals a sophisticated new boutique option, purpose-built for demanding leisure travelers. — Star Service
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An enchanting combination of flora and fauna makes this 1904 Victorian house a welcoming retreat. — Fodor's
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