Following my trip to Miami, we headed south to our last stop in Florida – Key West. Everything in Key West is nice ad slow. Simply enjoying island time, experiencing the unique laid-back atmosphere, watching the blue sky and the golden sunset are unforgettable. Here’s my Key West travel guide, top things to do, where to eat and stay.
Key West Travel Guide | Things to Do
Besides Hemingway Home and Museum, there are many tourist attractions and things to do. You have to visit Sloppy Joe’s, which is Ernest Hemingway’s favorite bar in Key West, and order one Papa Dobles to go. Treat yourself to the delicious Cuban food at El Meson de Pepe as Key West is the closet U.S city to Cuba. Also, Fort Zachary Taylor is a nice beach where you can enjoy picnic and sunset. If you have extra time, you can drop by at the small but free South Beach and the Southernmost Point, which is an anchored buoy that marks 90 miles north of Cuba.
Truman Annex, Key West, FL 33040
201 Duval Street, Key West, FL 33040
410 Wall Street, Mallory Square, Key West, FL 33040
Whitehead St, Key West, FL 33040
Key West, FL 33040
Key West Travel Guide | Where to Stay
Key West is famous for the sunset view and it’s definitely a must-see. Either at Sunset Pier or Mallory Square, watching sunset is a very special and mind-blowing moment and you can’t miss. Ocean Key Resort & Spa is where my hubby and I stayed during our time in Key West. The room is spacious and decorated in West Indies style with modern touch. What impressed me most about this hotel is the position of swimming pool and whirlpool tub, you can overlook the sunset views across the Gulf of Mexico while enjoying a drink in the pool!
0 Duval St, Key West, FL 33040
400 Wall St, Key West, FL 33040
Ocean Key Resort & Spa, 0 Duval St, Key West, FL 33040