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  • The private beach and grounds were wonderful. Great location and it was perfect for catching a beautiful tropical sunset! The owner Dominick was a great help with information on where to eat and what to do. He was terrific as were some of the guests we had the pleasure of meeting!

  • Lovely location right on the beach & rooms clean. Free wifi & parking.

  • Beautiful cottage on the beach, fantastic views of sunset. Free use of kayaks, friendly helpful hosts.

  • Extremely well appointed: modern decor, comfy beds and excellent power shower with Bvlgari toiletries and duvet-like robes. Excellent breakfasts - superb choice of hot and cold options, and selection of eating areas as well as very attentive staff. The on site restaurant Sol by the Sea was wonderful - again a quality finish with a cool decor and situated right on the beachfront.

  • The setting is beautiful. Right on the beach with the most beautiful sunset! Pool area is busy but plenty of sunbeds and nice pool bar. Receptionist very friendly. Great activity centre for snorkelling/diving. Speak to Suzie, she's lovely. We went on the 4 hour afternoon snorkelling trip and thoroughly enjoyed it. Only negative was the room, well ovetdue for an update, although bed was bery comfy

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Things to Do in Key Largo

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
Key Largo’s translucent waters make for ideal diving territory, complete with an underwater sculpture park that’s home to a 2.5-metre-high sculpture known as ‘Christ of the Abyss’. Zoom through the park on a glass-bottomed boat to spot sea horses and turtles bobbing and floating beneath, or cross the seas by kayak, canoe or simply paddle with your own two feet. asked travelers...

The beach means different things to different people. What did the beach in Key Largo mean to you?

The hotel beach offers chairs under the trees, as well as in the sun, and you can pull them out into the water and relax for as long as you want. There is also great snorkeling right there. We also went out for a morning to paddle board which was nice.