Florida Keys hotels: The best places to stay post-Hurricane Irma – Miami.com
The Florida Keys hotels are on the road to recovery since Hurricane Irma made landfall in September 2017. Here’s your guide to what’s open and where to stay in Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon and the Lower Keys.
We’ve also given you the scoop on when you can expect some of the island chain’s most beloved resorts to re-open.
But first, your Florida Keys hotel guide…
Key Largo Sunsets at Kona Kai in Key Largo are legendary.
Kona Kai Resort
Composed of 13 free-standing cottages overlooking Florida Bay, Key Largo’s Kona Kai Resort (97802 Overseas Hwy.; 305-852-7200) is a kitschy and inviting oasis beautifully landscaped with tropical plants and flowers. The property features a swimming pool and small marina and dock jutting into the water for an incredible place to take in the famous sunset. Kayaks, standup paddle boards and paddleboats are available for guests to use at their leisure. Current rates from $299.
An aerial shot of Playa Largo’s 15 acre property on the Florida Bay
Playa Largo Resort & Spa
Playa Largo Resort & Spa (97450 Overseas Hwy.; 305-853-1001) is the first newly built hotel in Key Largo in over 20 years, bringing with it a touch of unprecedented luxury. The resort overlooks the tranquil Florida Bay and boasts four superb dining venues and spacious guest rooms. Current rates from $349.
Islamorada Tranquility awaits at The Moorings in Islamorada.
The Moorings Village
Situated on 18 lushly landscaped oceanfront acres, The Moorings Village (123 Beach Rd.; 305-664-4708) is a tranquil hideaway composed of 18 beautifully appointed guest cottages. It’s earned its reputation as one of the most sought after getaways in the Keys and defines the barefoot luxury and tranquility