The Westin's location, barely a block from Mallory Square, can hardly be faulted. Sunset views over a private, 37-slip marina, a palm-tree-lined pool, two restaurants, Kids Club, and catamaran trips to snorkel and kayak in the ocean make this in-town property feel like a true resort. Although it lacks a beach, guests can use the private one at its sister property on Sunset Key just a short boat ride away.
The Hyatt Key West Resort is located right on the waterfront in Old Town. With a Front Street address, this Key West resort is right in the heart of all the activity Key West offers. Take water sports activities from the resort, walk to Duval Street, which begins at Front Street, or even stay inside the resort grounds for a Key West all-inclusive resort experience.
Condé Nast Traveler readers voted in this year's Readers' Choice Awards and let us know their favorite resorts in The Florida Keys which include everything from private island hideaways to fully equipped cottage colonies stretching from Islamorada all the way down to Key West.