Top 8 Beachfront Hotels In The Florida Keys

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The Florida Keys are islands off the coast of Florida that are popular vacation destinations. Offering visitors sun, year-round warm weather, and stunning beaches, these are perfect for your next vacation. The beaches of the Florida Keys are so inviting that it is advisable to stay as close to the beach as possible to make his day of lounging in the sun easier and more convenient. If so, this is the article for you — Top 8 beachfront resorts in the Florida Keys.

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Islander Resort

Located in Islamorada, Islander Resort offers spacious rooms directly opposite a private beach. But that’s not all. You’ll also enjoy two on-site swimming pools, on-site dining options, and a private patio perfect for enjoying the beautiful weather.

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Calusa Cove Resort

If you’re traveling or want to enjoy plenty of space while traveling with a large group, Calusa Cove Resort is for you. The resort offers apartment-style accommodation with fully equipped kitchens and balconies. Enjoy amenities such as an outdoor pool, tennis courts, and an on-site restaurant.

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Aerial view of Calusa Cove Resort at sunset with the marina on the left side of the photo
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Casa Morada

Casa Morada is an adults-only boutique hotel in Islamorada. With just 16 suites, this hotel is a great option for those who want a more private, less hectic stay than the larger resorts offer. The resort offers amenities such as an on-site bar and an outdoor pool.

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Isla Bella Beach Resort

This beautiful resort is located on Marathon Key. Guests will enjoy amenities such as a gorgeous outdoor pool and multiple on-site dining options. Such options include sit-down dining at Mahina, which serves Polynesian cuisine, and more casual dining at Burger Palace.

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Isabella Beach Resort pool with lounge chairs overlooking pool fountain
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Seascape Resort and Marina

Another luxury option at Marathon Quay, Seascape Resort and Marina is the perfect place to unwind. The hotel offers spacious, clean and comfortable rooms and an outdoor pool. Seascape Resort and Marina amenities include free bike rentals, free private parking, and of course, an on-site marina.

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Grassy Flats Resort and Beach Club

The Grassy Flats Resort and Beach Club is located on Marathon Key. This beautiful resort offers a private beach and an outdoor pool for guests. Free private parking and an on-site bar are also available.

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Grassy Flats Resort and Beach Club's balcony overlooks the pool, beach and ocean
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Located in Key West, Capitana is a luxurious, modern resort with so much to offer guests. Relax on the private beach, enjoy breakfast at the on-site restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar.

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Atlantic Bay Resort

Atlantic Bay Resort is located in Key Largo. The resort offers accommodation in the form of suites and cottages, some with full kitchens. You’ll also enjoy a myriad of amenities, including swimming pools, private beaches, and boat ramps.

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Atlantic Bay Resort pool at night with palm trees and lounge chairs
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