Conch Key Cottages Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Keys are relaxing, low-key, and just plain peaceful, especially with a good book and sturdy hammock. Whether you're in a Conch Key Cottage, or on any of the beaches on the islands off the coast of the Sunshine State, you're bound to have good time.

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 The Keys are relaxing, low-key, and just plain peaceful, especially with a good book and sturdy hammock. Whether you're in a Conch Key Cottage, or on any of the  beaches on the islands off the coast of the Sunshine State, you're bound to have good time.
The Keys have a little something for everyone -- and fortunately, everything can be done under the Florida sun! Whether you want to hit the beach, set sail on the waters, or make some non-human friends, you can find fun in the Keys, from Key Largo to Key West. Take a look at just a few of our favorite Florida activities!
The 311-room Casa Marina Resort offers great amenities, including beautiful grounds with palm trees and lush foliage, and a swimmable beach with a long dock that extends out into the ocean. But perhaps best of all, the hotel offers plenty of watersports, including kayaks, windsurfers, fun boats, and jet skis, for guests to enjoy. Hawks Cay Resort has the feel of a small village, due to its massive size and many amenities. The property largely attracts families looking for a quiet vacation, thanks in part to features such as a dolphin experience, kids' club, and multi-bedroom villas. The 114-room Cheeca Lodge was one of the original luxury properties on Islamorada, dating back to 1946 and earning plenty of celebrity cachet over the years (high-profile guests have included George W. Bush). The lush grounds are especially pretty at night, and the hotel offers a great private fishing pier with free rod rentals. The hotel also offers free bike rentals for those looking to explore the key. This 153-room property is located in northern Key Largo, a short drive from the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, and close to shops and restaurants. Perks here include a diver’s center on-site, a spa, and a nice private beach. This 178-room waterfront hotel in Old Town Key West is a resort in every sense of the word, with dozens of features, including boat rentals, shops, a fitness center, and a marina. Guests can head to the marina to take a boat to the hotel's sister resort on Sunset Key. The Reach is a respite from rowdy, gaudy Key West with its brand of relaxed sophistication and its beachfront location. The lush grounds even include an outdoor bocce court and a giant chess board for those who really want to chill out away from the drunken Spring Break scene of the island. Southernmost on the Beach is a Key West favorite, with lovely architectural details and a great beachfront location at the quite end of Duval Street. With hammocks strung between palm trees and lounge chairs looking out over the ocean from the private sunbathing deck, this 124-room hotel provides the perfect setting for a relaxing stay. The Keys are relaxing, low-key, and just plain peaceful, especially with a good book and sturdy hammock. Whether you're in a Conch Key Cottage, or on any of the  beaches on the islands off the coast of the Sunshine State, you're bound to have good time.
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