August Beach Houses From $229/Night
August

Relax in a 2-bedroom waterview beach house. 877-741-7839 Book Now

Book Early: 2-Bedrooms From $199/Nt
Autumn Beach Houses From $199/Nt

Autumn Waterview Beach Houses from $199/Nt. 877-753-4527 Learn More

Enjoy Up to $250 for Dining
Culinary Escape

Indulge with up to $250 for food and drinks! Call 888-976-5006. Book Now

Travel Guide to Key West

A 45-Minute Drive South of Our Resort

A trip to the Keys would be incomplete without a visit to Key West’s fascinating historic district and bustling waterfront, located just 45 miles south of Marathon, and an ideal recommendation in our Florida Keys travel guide. Famed for its nightlife, attractions in Keys West include:

  • Mallory Square
    Alive with jugglers, mimes, musicians and street arts, Mallory Square is a mecca for shopping and dining. Spectacular sunsets are celebrated nightly with this Key West attraction.
  • Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum
    The home and gardens of America’s legendary, late Nobel Prize winner have been lovingly preserved at this Registered National Historic Landmark and is essential to your itinerary of Key West activities.
  • Heritage House Museum & The Audubon House
    View original furnishings, rare antiques and artifacts collected by generations of a prominent Key West family.
  • Key West Museum of Art & History at the Custom House
    Explore the cultural history of Key West.
  • Fort East Martello Museum and Gardens
    Fort East Martello was built during the Civil War era and was never completed, it was built to resemble the Martello watchtowers in Italy. Today, this attraction in the Florida Keys serves as a Museum displaying memorabilia of the Florida Keys, sculpture and a world class botanical garden.
  • Southernmost Point
    A giant buoy that points out the southernmost point of the continental United States, just 90 miles from Cuba.
  • Key West Cemetery
    Located in the center of the Old Town, it is a must see. It is a display of the quirkiness that make the Florida Keys attractive; it is also a lesson in history and culture of the United States and the Florida Keys
  • The Mel Fisher Treasure Museum
    Displaying  a sampling of the vast fortune in gold coins and jewelry found in the sunken Spanish galleon, The Atocha, by  the world renowned shipwreck salvager, Mel Fisher.
  • The Key West Aquarium
    Featuring shark feedings, large sea turtles and a childrens’ touch tank
  • The Butterfly Conservatory
    Features live butterflies in an ideal habitat
  • The Key West Historic Seaport
    With live music and great food overlooking an active harbor
  • The Key West Botanical Gardens
    Discover a variety of spectacular plant species and gardens
  • Duval Street
    Main shopping and famous Bar district including Sloppy Joes and Capt. Tony’s bars