Little Palm Island Resort & Spa
You'll want to plan ahead if you're spending some time at Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, as the property is only accessible by boat or seaplane (the hotel will tell you exactly what you need to do). It's worth the extra effort, as what you'll find is one of Florida's most secluded—and romantic—hideaways. Located on a private six-acre island full of white-sand beaches and idyllic views, guests can't help but disconnect from the world around them—especially when they notice that there are only 30 suites, none of which have telephones, televisions, or clocks (kids aren't allowed either). Guests, who stay in thatched-roof bungalows, can opt to spend their time lazing on a lounge chair or get a little more adventurous with a host of activities, including scuba diving, kayaking, sailing, deep-sea fishing, skydiving, kiteboarding lessons, and seaplane tours of the Florida Keys and nearby Everglades. At the end of the day, the island's SpaTerre provides a soothing retreat that morphs right into sundowners at the bar and candlelit dining on the shore.