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Weekend Travel Miami-Style | Spotlight: Key West, Florida

 

 

There’s a gorgeous paradise that serves as a wonderful “quick weekend getaway” for Miami folks.  By jumping in your car for few short hours, you will feel relaxed just by the site of the palm-lined streets, and what seems to be perfect weather all the time. If you are looking for some history, Keys West is loaded.

 

In three days, one can grasp what this welcoming city has to offer. Key West, can serve as a rest and relaxation spot, a romantic interlude or just a way to learn more about Florida but in a casual setting.  Never a hassle, you can check out attractions on foot or via popular favorites like scooters, pedi-cabs, bicycles, tour trains, and trolleys. The “southernmost” spot is perfect for the active Miami professional looking to disconnect under some blue skies and enjoying some of the great things Key West has to offer to include watersports, fishing, diving, or golf at the Key West Golf Club. Another must is to head for the Sunset Celebration on the Mallory Dock which is always a huge gathering of visitor and locals. From architectural and a botanical treasure restored old wooden homes, lush tropical trees and flowers, historic churches, indigenous food, festivals, and Historic Seaport district, there is so much to see.

From guest houses to boutique hotels, different options exist for the Miami traveler as far as accommodations are concerned. If looking for location, amenities, and the right dose of luxury, the historic landmark, Crowne Plaza La Concha Hotel, located in the heart of Key West’s Duval Street would be your best bet. After just going through a multi-million dollar renovation, the property boats newly enhanced guest rooms and spectacular suites.  If you simply want to “cut off the outside world” this spot is perfect.

Located steps away from over 300 Key West attractions and the Key West nightlife, the Crowne Plaza La Concha Hotel offers luxury, complete with views of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf Coast from the center of historic Old Town. There’s no better place to catch the Key West sunset than from the hotel’s rooftop deck which is also the tallest point on the island. For additional details, visit www.laconchakeywest.com.

So pack your duffel bag, swimsuit and most comfortable sandals and head over to the southernmost point which will rapidly become for you the happiest point.

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