Hotels in Key Largo
You’ll find most the hotels in Key Largo along (or at least pretty close to) Highway 1, the road that leads from the mainland. You’ll find a wide range of both brand name and independent hotels, as well as B&Bs and even houseboats for rent. The colorful rooms at Dove Creek Lodge, a plantation-style Key Largo hotel, come with private porches or balconies. Located near the water, this is a great spot for anglers, too. The Kona Kai Resort, Gallery & Botanic Gardens is a Key Largo hotel for adults. It offers a tropical environment, with coconut palms, bougainvillea and a botanical garden of rare species. Rooms are one and two-bedroom suites, and the resort has its own art gallery.
Whether you’re looking for an amorous hideaway or a great place to see moray eels, Amy Slate's Amoray Dive Resort is an ideal Key Largo hotel. Its PADI–certified dive facility delivers nicely, with both romantic cottages and easy access to diving gear and lessons. Azul del Mar is an adults-only waterfront boutique hotel that has a blissful setting with kayaks, a movie library and barbecue grills. Travelers will find themselves right at home at the best hotels in Key Largo.
At the recently renovated 13-acre Key Largo Grande Resort & Beach Club, you'll find dark wood accents and imported Italian tile floors.
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.
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.
The quirky property features six airy cottages (and one regular room). Its eccentric owner will loan you books from her personal library for enjoying in the surrounding hammocks.
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.