Hotels in Florida
The property has a fishing-themed setup that includes on-site barbecues to cook up fresh catches, and a raft of slips. Rooms are comfy, but unremarkable.
The rooms at this haunted hotel, which dates back to the 1920’s, are without frills, but they’re almost secondary to a stay here.
No need to lift a finger when an army of attendants is ready to serve your every need at this nifty waterfront resort near Jacksonville.
A former vacation retreat of William Vanderbilt II, Fisher Island is now home to a 45-room luxury resort, set amid one of the nation's most exclusive residential communities.
Formerly the Celebration Hotel.
This adults-only private resort covers two secluded miles in the center of Old Town. Select five different styles of accommodations for a total of 30 rooms: B&B at The Mansion, cottages, an inn, Manor House, and a townhouse, with concierge services available.
The property has its own 600-foot-long stretch of crystal white sand; the large rooms are great for groups, and there are two heated pools.
As you drive northwest along Sanibel Island, the land gradually gives way to the sea. By the time you reach the ‘Tween Waters Inn on Captiva, there's nothing but a slender spit bordered by the Gulf of Mexico on the west and Pine Island Sound to the east.
This Art Deco hotel in South Beach is just two blocks from the famed Ocean Drive and the beach. Reflecting its location in the Art Deco District, the Hotel Astor's lobby includes the property's original 1938 Vitrolite wall panels.
1884 clapboard houses set back from busy Duval Street. A no-cell-phones-in-public-spaces policy helps to keep the peace.
Order upscale American fare at Bare Buns Cafe inside the Lake Como resort.
Picturesque, serene and located on Miami Beach, the Standard spa offers the perfect wellness getaway. At the spa, you can revel in all types of hydrotherapy at the Aroma Steam Room, Cedar Sauna, Roman Waterfall Tub, and more.
This 1926 Mediterranean-style historic landmark that anchors Coral Gables still feels very Old Florida. The palm-adorned central courtyard's gurgling fountain and grand entrance-inspiring lobby have seen the likes of Judy Garland, Bing Crosby, and an assortment of Vanderbilts.