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Key West, Florida: A Place which Guarantees an Idyllic Beach Vacation

Can you believe that an island only four miles long and one mile wide has more than one million international visitors flocking to its stunning resorts and beachfront hotels every year? With easy access provided to the island by air, cruise ship, and ferry, it’s no wonder this Southernmost tip of the Florida Keys is the destination of choice for those looking to revitalize and unwind from the daily stresses of life. The Southern charm that draws visitors to this laid-back island known as the “Conch Republic” can be attributed to creatives like the famous American novelist, Ernest Hemmingway and American playwright Tennessee Williams, who resided in this area in the early 1900’s.

From Charming Hotels to Lavish Resorts

That same relaxed vibe is carried through to the multitude of lodging types on the island. There are countless hotels on the beach where you’ll immediately get that “Island feel”. However, these aren’t your only options. If it’s a family vacation you’re planning, you may want to consider booking hotels or vacation rentals that come with fully equipped kitchens. For those looking to have a luxurious stay, there is also a wide array of villas and five-star resorts on offer.

If you refine your search on trivago, you’ll find what best suits the budget and the size of your party. Whatever you decide, make sure to pack the sunscreen and a beach towel or two, in order to make the most of this spectacular island paradise.

Beach Life and Nightlife

Key West is not just famed for its coral reefs, swaying palms, and warm tropical weather, but also for waters sports like diving and snorkeling. With at least 11 Key West beaches on the island, sun seekers are in for a treat. When it’s time to unwind at the end of the day, no visit is complete without watching the sunset from Mallory Square.

If you’re not keen on solely lounging at the nearest beach, then why not board a glass-bottom catamaran to get a crystal-clear view of stingrays, turtles, and colorful fish in their natural habitat? You can also get a bird’s eye view of the island’s natural beauty by climbing the 88 steps of the Key West Lighthouse. The hike may just highlight the variety of beach vacation accommodation that’s on offer.

Now that you know what you’re doing throughout the day, what do you want to do at night? If you enjoy nightlife and a good party, then you may want to head out for a night on the town after spending a day in the sun. You can take a walk down Duval Street, where there’s a host of bustling bars and some of the very best spots to enjoy mouthwatering Caribbean cuisine and live entertainment.

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from ‎$101to ‎$1,273

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