Hyatt Centric Key West
This waterfront boutique hotel located in the Key West Historic District is…
If you’ve always thought Key West was the perfect honeymoon destination, you’re quite right, it is. The temperature is a balmy 75 degrees in the winter, palm trees sway in the gentle tropical breeze, the sun shines over the turquoise waters, and there are miles and miles of soft sand beaches. There are nature preserves full of birds and wildlife, dolphin watching trips, sunset cruises, beach sports, and exciting nightlife downtown. And your brightly colored drink will have a tiny umbrella propped on the edge of the glass, as you drink a toast to your Key West honeymoon and future happiness.
Key West is a small island, just four miles by one mile, but it packs a lot of fun, adventure, history and excitement. You could spend your days lazing on the beach, or take some time to explore the Old Town and its history. Key West has lured many artists and writers, including Ernest Hemingway. He made his home here and his former residence is now a museum. Take a trolley ride to explore downtown Key West and its museums and history, and take in the art galleries, live performances, restaurants, bars and shopping.
If you and your partner enjoy watersports, such as scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, paddle boarding, jet skis and parasailing, this is your idea of heaven. Explore the coral reefs and mysterious sunken ships, play a round of golf in perfect conditions with lush tropical scenery and ocean views, or pick up a game of beach volleyball. Join in a Key West tradition and celebrate the sunset every evening at Mallory Square in Key West Harbor.
You’ll find a range of accommodations to suit your tastes and budget, and wherever you choose to stay, the beach is never far away. With so many visitors, Key West is also a foodie destination with gourmet dining, fresh seafood, and a range of ethnic cuisines. Winter is the best time to visit, when temperatures are comfortable and the weather is less humid.