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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 98%Family Travelers
- 75%Adventure Travelers
- 75%Luxury Travelers
- 74%Nightlife Lovers
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- Key WestMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 10Dec 07, 2013
I will call it a dreamland. Beautiful waters, fabulous atmosphere, anything that one can expect of.. Amazing place.. A must watch is sunset!! The best in world!
- Key WestMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFamily Travelers+ 7Dec 07, 2013
Beautiful waters, skies, and very casual atmosphere. There's plenty to walk around and explore, and the beaches are marvelous. Definitely a "spring break" kind of place to visit with friends if searching for a place that screams "casual sun".
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- Key WestDec 29, 2012
So - I was here many years ago and went back recently - It is not known for the beaches, though there are a few small ones. The nightlife, restaurants and Mallory Square sunset watching are the big attractions. Also, diving snorkeling, wave running and other water sports. But it's a nice place to just hang out and relax.
- Key WestMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness TravelersGreen Travelers+ 1Dec 07, 2013
Best little island town in the United States! Before the days of the bridges through the Keys, Key West (or Cayo Hueso) lived in perpetual isolation. It eventually evolved into an odd hodgepodge of fishermen, artists, writers and people in hiding or who just wanted to disappear. Charming, tropical and magical, it's now a play land for adults and what a fun one it is!
- Key WestSep 19, 2012
i really don't have any one hotel to tell you about it depends on what kind of experience you want ? there is one hotel down there its a haunted hotel where strange things happen. the crown plaza LA concha hotel the foods there was good. there was so much to do there like walking the zero mile to the marker that tells you that Cuba is 90 miles away and going to some of the sights where kind of over rated like Hemingway's house is across the street from a bodaga. but you can rent these really fancy golf carts that look like antique cars feed the fish at the pier the key lime soda was great it gets hot as hell down there.visit the old forts and if you drive there don't park at a meter go to some of the side street lots and look for the signs to see witch business to go to and pay for parking for the day you don't have to worry about being towed if you park at a meter you will be towed. if you walk down the street from the zero mile marker all the great bars and clubs are on the rite side of the street with all the touristy things to do. also important if you want really great food ask the bar tenders and locals and that goes for conch fritters if you go to the keys you have to try them and some of the places are not fritter friendly they are bad only a very few places make them good
- Key WestAug 02, 2012
The Florida Keys are a magical place that make you so comfortable you’ll never want to go home. Some people, in fact, do not ever make it to wherever it was they came from. And, they quickly disappear into the abyss of the clear blue waters and the laid back lifestyle the Keys have to offer.