Beach Hotels in Key Largo, FLFlorida
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Hampton Inn Key Largo, FL3.91 miles
Baker's Cay Resort Key Largo, Curio Collection by Hilton9.05 miles
Discover the Keys from the Top Beach Hotels in Key Largo
With its laid-back attitude and swaying palms, it’s easy to get on island time in the Florida Keys. Here, rush hour might include a turtle crossing. Trade in your ride share for a pedi-cab and breathe in the salt air of the Atlantic. Lauded as an international relaxation station, at 33 miles, Key Largo is the largest of the Florida Keys and not far from the esteemed Islamorada. Discover what this northernmost island of the keys has to offer from beach hotels & resorts in Key Largo.
Spend a Day Exploring from Beach Hotels in Key Largo
Get acquainted with underwater friends at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park when you stay at beach hotels in Key Largo. As Key West is home to the largest barrier reef in North America, you have a generous 70 square miles to explore this slice of everglade paradise. From snorkeling, scuba diving and paddle boarding, there’s no better way to sample the lush, subtropical landscape when your home away from home is a beach resort in Key Largo. An angler’s retreat, fishermen will revel in the nearly 600 types of fish found in the warm, turquoise waters of the Keys. Kayak through the mangrove wilderness to get up close and personal with some of the Florida Keys’ permanent residents: gators and manatees.
Get a Taste of South Florida at top Beach Hotels & Resorts in Key Largo
Whether it’s conch fritters or gator tail, many beach resorts in Key Largo have wonderful onsite fare that is sure to try unique south Florida favorites that will have your tastebuds dancing. You’ll want to try Key West pink shrimp, a refreshing Mojito and Strone Crab when they’re in season.
Unplug and Unwind at the Best Beach Hotels in Key Largo
The best way to explore Key Largo is by boat. When you are staying at beach hotels in Key Largo you can rent a boat or take one of the many sunset cruise tours available. If you prefer land-based activities, there are plenty of those as well. True for much of Key West, parking in Key Largo can also be difficult. You can easily rent a bike for the day and lean into the history of the neighborhood near most beach resorts in Key Largo.
Check out nearby Tavernier and its parade of crab boats. Explore Historic Seaport Village in Key West, ripe with old replicas of ships and boats that were used in the past, as well as some modern-day vessels.
As Key Largo is home to a portion of the national marine sanctuary, it’s one of the few places in the U.S. where you can find all four species of marine turtles: loggerhead, green, hawksbill, and leatherback! As you can see, Key Largo has endless opportunities to get lost in the sunset. Discover the best Key Largo beach hotels today.
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