This moderately priced hotel is on the northeast end of Key West, across the street from the Gulf of Mexico, walking distance to restaurants and shopping. Downtown ...
Located in the heart of Key West, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden and within 3 mi (5 km) of Key West Art and ...
Located in Stock Island, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Key West Harbour, Robbie's, and Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden. Key West Golf Club ...
Located in the heart of Marathon, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from The Turtle Hospital and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Sombrero Beach. Pigeon Key Foundation and Seven ...
Located on the Atlantic side of Island and just minutes from the Key West Art Society and Historical Downtown. Nearby points of interest include Smathers Beach, ...
Cross the Overseas Highway to the distant Florida Keys and the symbolism is hard to miss: you're not leaving the country, but then again, you are. From top to bottom, the Keys offer something magically removed and unlike any other US beach vacation.
With everything from sunken treasures in Key Largo and family-friendly exploration in Marathon to trophy fishing in Islamorado and pub-studded Key West, this is a place of must-see and must-do.
Ready to design your own Florida Keys vacation? Start with this Orbitz insider guide for our favorite things to do, best times to go and insider gems.
Spring break, pleasant weather, festivals or cheap rates -- your Florida Keys vacation is as easy as good timing.
For a perfectly balmy winter or spring break vacation, visit the Keys from December to May for temperatures in the low 80s. It's popular time to visit but the swelling, energetic scene is exactly the draw, especially for those heading to wild Key West.
Visit June through October for the lowest rates and fewer crowds when humidity and regular rainfall are the norm. Celebrate Key West's annual Hemingway Festival in July with readings, a fishing tournament and a look-a-like contest.
Every time there's a full moon, this seaside restaurant throws a huge beach party, complete with fireworks, tiki bars, a Reggae band, stilt walkers, fireblowers, acrobats, face painters and more.
Strap on a jet pack and unleash your inner James Bond. Tethered to an unmanned water craft, this thrilling new water sport sets you into flight to turn, hover and cruise 30 feet over the water.
Follow locals to this pristine beach with Australian pines and vibrant reefs.
Belly up to this quirky roadside diner for delish homemade grub. Swing by for champagne breakfast, or join the lunch/dinner crowd for hogfish and the famed Key Lime Freeze.
Hang with boaters and locals, catch live acts from magicians to musicians and feast on fresh seafood.
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