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America’s last stop, Key West is quite the encore. Framed with immaculate beaches and glittering turquoise water, the Floridian Island is a playground of touristy treats and a haven of sun soaked R&R. A city of eccentrics, entertainment, and beachy liberal living, the pace is up to you. Recline and indulge, dive into nighttime hedonism, or visit the must-sees, such as the historic home of Ernest Hemingway. A solar-melted melting pot of high brow culture and the charmingly tacky, Key West is a city of colorful contrasts.

Things to see

Stretching between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean, palm-lined Duval Street is downtown Key West’s most buzzing thoroughfare. A mile long parade of fashionable shops and restaurants, come nightfall the street turns into a neon-lit party paradise of trendsetting nightspots and lively revelers. At the northern end of Duval Street you’ll find Mallory Square, the site of the ‘Sunset Celebration’. Every evening the waterside plaza comes to life with art, food, and street entertainers, all whilst the Floridian sun sinks behind the sea. The Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory makes for a magical experience. Home to over 50 species of butterfly, the climate controlled environment is an oasis of exotic flowers, trees and waterfalls. If you’re here for the beaches, find your patch of paradise on Smathers Beach - a glorious cliché of powdery white sand and crystal clear water. For the obligatory Kodak moment, visit Southernmost Point – a concrete buoy and the southernmost point in the continental USA.

Hotels in Key West

From sprawling resorts wrapped in tropical gardens to quirky beachside boutiques, the hotels in Key West are plentiful and varied. The mid-range accommodation offers everything from familiar chain name digs to conch styled guest houses, complete with private decked balconies and glittering ocean views. Expect plush airy rooms, outdoor swimming pools, spa tubs, and fitness facilities. The luxury hotels in Key West offer every amenity and indulgent extra under the sun, from pampering spa treatments to complimentary poolside smoothies. The cheaper accommodation comes comfortably kitted out with all the necessities, such as coffee making facilities, satellite televisions, and refrigerators for your wine.

Where to stay

Most visitors book a hotel in Key West’s Historic District, otherwise known as Old Town. With its quaint Bahamian conch style homes, the palm tree laden streets are home to most of Key West’s attractions. Here you’ll find the bars, clubs, shops, and eateries of Duval Street, the Hemingway Home and Museum, and the vibrant culture of Bahama Village. Less charming in terms of architecture, the newer portion of Key West is where you’ll find many of the chain hotels, fast food joints, and malls. There’s plenty to see and do however. Attractions include the sandy shores of Smathers Beach, and the Fort East Martello Museum.

How to get to Key West

Key West International Airport located on the eastern side of the island is the main gateway into the city for most. Whilst it serves direct routes to Atlanta, the Bahamas and most major Floridian cities, those coming from further afield will have to connect via a larger airport. Two of the more popular ones when traveling to Key West include Miami International and Fort Lauderdale International. For those making their way to the city from within the United States, the Greyhound bus service is a cheaper way to get in. Services terminate at Key West International Airport.

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