Florida Keys

Hotels in Florida Keys

There are many Florida Keys hotel options, for travelers who are contemplating a visit from fun affordable spots to luxury getaways. Marquesa Hotel is one of the best Florida Keys hotels to stay at in Key West. Two pools, luxurious rooms and gracious service are just some of the aspects of Marquesa Hotel. Little Palm Island Resort & Spa is located on six acres of private land accessible only by plane or boat. This secluded luxury resort is perfect for a romantic getaway. The Pier House Resort and Caribbean Spa is one of the few independently owned Florida Keys hotels that holds onto old Key West charm. Ask for one of the Gulf of Mexico facing suites, and be sure to grab a drink at the Chart Room.

In terms of hotels in the Florida Keys, you may want to look into the Artist House. Enjoy the beautiful restored Colonial Queen Ann house, and complimentary continental breakfast, which may be eaten poolside. Book quickly, as there are only three rooms and three suites in this charming guest home. See more below for some of the best hotels in the Florida Keys.

At the recently renovated 13-acre Key Largo Grande Resort & Beach Club, you'll find dark wood accents and imported Italian tile floors.

Rita Hayworth and Gregory Peck are among the stars who once stayed at this revamped 1920 compound, another product of Henry Flagler's bold vision.

With a private white-sand beach, a pool and Jacuzzi, a tropical fruit garden, and 11 guest rooms and suites named after tropical fruits, Kona Kai Resort & Gallery sets a junglelike atmosphere for swinging in a hammock.

This all-suite, 24 room property has three quaint "houses" with one- and two-bedroom suites, each with a porch or balcony where rocking chairs or hammocks can be found.

Accessible only by boat or seaplane, Little Palm is Florida's most secluded and romantic retreat, a bona-fide tropical idyll set along a white-sand beach on a private 6-acre island in the Keys.

Brightly painted in retro greens and pinks, this classic motel has large rooms with kitchenettes and a vintage tiled pool with a basketball hoop for aquatic games.

Hawks Cay Resort was overhauled in late 2007 to the tune of $40 million. Expect an entirely new look, with West Indian furniture and private cabanas. This 60-acre playground is geared largely toward families, sportsmen, and conventioneers.

The sister property to the Casa Marina, features an outpost of the Strip House.All 150 breezy rooms at the Reach Resort have coconut-shell headboards, bathrooms with abstract art, and private balconies.

Just past the Everglades is this six-room Art Deco villa. The husband-and-wife owners stay behind the scene—breakfast (papaya yogurt, tropical fruit pastries) is delivered to your door, and guests can barbecue on the two outdoor grills.

A 1940’s fishing camp has been transformed into this tranquil retreat with just the right amenities (Wi-Fi; alfresco breakfasts; mangrove-ready kayaks) and an authentic old Florida Keys feel.

Ocean Key Resort is adjacent to main attractions like Key West Harbor, Old Town, and Mallory Square — famous for its nightly sunset parties. Each of this boutique hotel's 100 rooms have a private balcony overlooking historic Duval Street or the ocean, plus jetted tubs and hand-painted furniture.

This charming establishment is traditional in design, thanks partly to being one of the few homes that wasn’t destroyed by the massive fire on Key West in 1886. Each of the 23 rooms has a lived-in feel thanks to wicker furniture and long-standing, intricate wood and stone elements.

White-washed cottages--with a new spa and restaurant--on a secluded island near Key West.

Located near the old port, the hotel is a superb bargain; rooms are large and bright with modern furniture and floral accents, though there’s no on-site pool or restaurant.

Even after serving as the backdrop for countless fashion-magazine photo shoots, the Moorings Village & Spa— 18 brightly accented cottages connected to the beach by wooden walkways on a former coconut plantation in the Florida Keys—still seems like your own secret discovery.