Resorts in Key Largo, FLFlorida
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Baker's Cay Resort Key Largo, Curio Collection by Hilton9.05 miles
Resorts in Key Largo in the Diving Capital of the World
The northernmost and longest of the keys, Key Largo is known as the dive capital of the world because of its clear turquoise waters, amazing reefs and diverse marine wildlife. It is also home to the world's largest artificial reef, the 500-foot USS Spiegel Grove, as well as the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park and the African Queen. Visitors come from around the world to experience world-class diving, unparalleled snorkeling and scenic glass-bottom boating. Our top resorts in Key Largo are waiting to host you for never-ending adventures along the coast.
Best Resorts in Key Largo for Tranquility
Key Largo is the premier destination for relaxing travel in Florida. We have resorts in Key Largo that offer tranquil beachside getaways with waterfall pools, tiki bars and beach hammocks. Enjoy thrilling water activities from diving and parasailing to catamaran sailing and deep-sea fishing. Or, simply enjoy the shore and lounge in the sun with a tropical drink on a calm beach.
You’re bound to work up an appetite swimming on the beach and snorkeling in the reef, and Key Largo has plenty of seafood cafes and upscale dining options for every palette. What better way to enjoy a sunset celebration than pairing it with some amazing food while taking in the breathtaking views of the sunset over the blue horizon? From live music and fire pits to trendy beach dining signature spirits and delicious tapas, there’s no shortage of amazing amenities and service to indulge in at our top resorts in Key Largo.
Keep it Kokomo at Key Largo Resorts
Explore the crystal clear waters of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, one of the most popular attractions in Key Largo. Canoeing and kayaking through the park's calm waters are popular pastimes with visitors and locals alike. There are also fishing, picnic and trail areas for an afternoon enjoying the great outdoors. The Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center offers informative and educational tours as well as nature videos on the park’s flora and fauna.
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is the first undersea park in the United States and covers more than 70 nautical square miles. Swim with colorful fish, spot sea turtles and discover the natural beauty of the reef before relaxing in a hammock overlooking the mangrove swamplands. This area is known for its iconic snorkeling, diving, kayaking and glass-bottom boat tours.
Beachfront Bliss at the Top Key Largo Resorts
Our best resorts in Key Largo are conveniently located near some of the area’s most famous attractions. Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the country and a short day trip away from Key Largo. Here, you can explore more than one million acres of wetlands preserved throughout the unparalleled landscape brimming with plants and wildlife.
Is swimming with dolphins on your to-do list? Then look no further than Dolphins Plus Bayside, a marine attraction where you can swim, meet and feed these gentle ocean creatures. Meet a curious dolphin at one of the marine center’s experiences that allow you to pet them while kneeling on a floating platform, paint alongside these frolicking swimmers and watch them perform amazing tricks, including kisses, belly rubs and flipper handshakes. Go behind the scenes and see how dolphins are fed, trained and cared for and make a splash swimming with the powerful but playful maters of the sea.
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