Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Florida Keys area.
As you drive south from Miami towards Key West, the southernmost point of the country, along the 120 mile stretch of U.S. 1
which links the keys together with the mainland of Florida, you will have the sense that you are traveling away from the
world of ordinary air and light, and into a zone of absolute peace punctuated occasionally by brief, dramatic celestial
displays of tropical intensity which serve more to tease paradise than to interfere with it. The appearance of pelicans
loitering on the posts near fishing boats, and the fresh smell of the sea, signal that you have left the Atlantic Ocean
and entered the Gulf of Mexico. This is the land of bathing suits and sandals, and outdoor lounges with grass roofs, as
well as untouched wilderness, camping grounds, exceptional resorts, secret fishing holes and warm water that will melt any
tension you brought with you instantly. When you get to Key West, you will experience the ambiance that captured
Hemingway's devotion, and enjoy the most casual walking, shopping and dining you have ever experienced, but you always will
remember that the best part of your trip to Key West was the trip, and that there is still a lifetime of wonder left to
experience in the Florida Keys.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Florida Keys area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||Key West||·||Key West - Old Town|
|45 minutes from Miami by air, hotels on the island of Key West are near the southernmost point in the Continental U.S.||(Historic District). The center of Key West has numerous lodging options, guesthouses and bed-and-breakfasts that capture the flavor and charm of this historic city.|
|40 miles southwest of Miami, lodging options on Key Largo, the longest of the islands, are at the gateway to the Keys. Includes Islamorada, the "Sportsfishing Capital of the World".||Lodging options located just before the 7 mile bridge leading to the lower keys, in Marathon, rich in historical attractions.|
|Lodging on the island of Islamorada.|
Area Facts: The island of Key West was called Cayo Hueso, or 'Bone Key,' by early Spanish explorers, due to the number of Indian bones found on the beach. The area code for the Florida Keys is 305.
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