Escape to solitude in our expansive suites. Revel in the largest oceanfront rooms in the Florida Keys with a palatial 840 square feet of living space. Bask in stunning panoramic views of the azure Atlantic through floor to ceiling glass walls.
Find true tropical solitude in the largest room in the Florida Keys, clocking in at 840 square feet. Take in soothing views of the luxuriant grounds through a wall of windows. In the evening enjoy a cocktail on your private lanai or soak under the stars in the romantic open-air soaking tub with dramatic overhead tub filler.
Encircling the Tahitian-inspired "Spa Island,” with views of the cascading waterfall, sparkling lagoon, quaint wooden foot bridges, and meandering streams, these inspired Islamorada suites feature a private screened balcony, dark mahogany furnishings, elegant tropical artwork, and a palm leaf ceiling fan. Luxuriate in exquisite marble bathrooms featuring an oversized soaking tub, separate glassed-in rain shower with massaging jets, and downy soft bathrobes.
These spacious 681 square foot suites are an oasis of luxury, featuring a private screened balcony, dark mahogany furnishings, elegant tropical artwork, and palm leaf ceiling fan. The spacious master bedroom features a premium pillow-top king bed with fine linens and down comforter and a marble bathroom with oversized soaking tub and separate glassed-in rain shower with massaging jets.
These charming Marathon FL accommodations feature two-level living ideal for up to four people. The beautifully proportioned first floor features a fully equipped gourmet kitchen, separate dining area for four, half bath and living room with 42-inch wall mounted plasma TV, premium cable and wireless internet
This charming two-bedroom beachfront house sits directly on the beach. Enjoy spectacular beachfront views of the Gulf of Mexico from the 1st floor porch off the living area and 2nd floor balcony off the master bedroom
This three-bedroom beach house sits directly on the beach, with spectacular views of the Gulf of Mexico from the 1st floor porch off the living area and 2nd floor balcony off the master bedroom
A bit closer to the water, this three-bedroom waterfront beach house is located in a quiet area of the property a short distance from both the pool and the beach. Enjoy water views from the 1st floor porch off the living area and 2nd floor balcony off the master bedroom
Enjoy the extra space of a roomy three-bedroom beach house near our spectacular swimming pools and just a short walk to the beach. This waterview beach house is accessed via a lushly landscaped lane and features water views from the 2nd floor balcony off the master bedroom
Discover our waterfront double queen guest room with two queen beds, a white sand terrace, and water view porch. Step off your porch and feel the sand between your toes on Parrot Key's tranquil sunning terrace. Hedged by wild mangroves, along the Gulf of Mexico, the 375 sq. ft.
Discover luxury in our three-bedroom garden view villa which includes a spacious guest room with two queen beds, along with an adjacent suite featuring a king master bedroom and a top floor queen bedroom. The villa has a shared main entrance.
The Florida Keys, a wonder of natural wonders, a line of tiny islands strung together like a pearl, each one unique and each one drawing its own crowds. The Florida Keys is mainly known for its Wild Fantasy Festival, which is usually held near Halloween. Yet, the Florida Keys has long been a draw for all kinds of people seeking a “US” based “Caribbean Style” destination. The temperatures here are always warm and sunny and there is always lots to do if you enjoy the nautical lifestyle.
Of all the wonderful things to do and islands to visit, most people like the Island of Islamorada, Key Largo, Key West, and Tavernier. These are places that people are familiar with and you can bet that people flock here during the winter time. There are really only two main ways to get there, you can fly into Key West International Airport and rent a car and drive around or you can drive down from Miami. The drive down to the Keys is what most people usually like to see the 7 Mile Bridge, it’s a bridge that one has to admire truly floating you over the ocean as you are left to the elements. The most amazing photos are usually taken from this very spot as children, parents, friends and family alike gaze over at the connecting island in the distance. This is truly not a drive for those who do not love bridges, for most however it’s a true majestic drive.
Once you begin your drive you can stop at the local shops and great seafood restaurants. Some of our favorites include:
Most people love to go to the Keys to enjoy nature, while you are driving you can also stop off at the Dolphin Cove for some one on one with the wildlife, you’ll be given and lesson and then you’ll get to swim with the dolphins.
As you make your way down to the furthermost point, Key West becomes the place to unwind, walk in your sandals day and night and think about nothing but the beaches. Duval Street is a favorite of Key Westers, enjoy live bands, foods, café’s , and lots of great times. We offer beachfront villas as well as oceanfront villas. Remember that the Keys is not like most other areas, the beaches are not expansive, but they are very cozy for families and friends. You’ll also find some pet friendly beaches as you make your way down.
The best time of year to go is during the winter, from November through June 30th, but many Europeans enjoy the summer months as well. During the summer you can find the best deals on these holiday homes.