Located at the beginning of Duval Street, point yourself in any direction and you will find the resort is within strolling distance to all the popular watering holes, boutiques, shops and restaurants – it’s at the center of all, Key West has to offer.
Ocean Key features a Gulf-side heated pool and the lively Sunset Pier, where guests can wind down with cocktails and live music.
The accommodations are impeccable
with carefully detailed art deco deluxe rooms, toucan carved armories and cool marble and tile flooring – and the grounds are nothing short of breathtaking.
The Ocean Key has 100 beautifully appointed guest rooms, 25 of which are one and two bedroom unites, each with it’s own Caribbean flavor, while at the same time paying tribute to the uniqueness of Key West.
The newly renovated two-bedroom suites are 1,200 square feet and have a full kitchen, three beds, and a large private balcony. The property is adorned in classic Key West decor, from the tile floors and hand-painted furniture to the pastel art. High ceilings, hand-painted furnishings, wooden chests, and lavish whirlpool tubs create a personally designed look.
You’ll Marvell at The hand-painted armories with tropical flare and Caribbean inspired artwork that covers the walls.
All guestrooms and suites feature private balcony or terraces with awe-inspiring views of either the ocean or the Old Town section, the picturesque harbor and Mallory Square.
Whether it’s people watching or admiring the boats traveling through the harbor, there is no better view of the town referred to as “the end of the road.” You’ll definitely want to splurge on an ocean view, the sunsets her are incredible.
Resort and Spa are easily recognizable as the resort on the waterfront located right on Mallory Square with the long pier, called “Sunset Pier.”
Is a long wharf with tables and umbrellas extending across the water’s edge, perfectly situated for front-row seats to the spectacular sunsets. The Billy Fish Bar & Grill has great atmosphere and typical bar food, and of course tropical drinks.
A lively open-air bar and restaurant sit on Sunset Pier, a popular place to watch the sun sink into the horizon. Toast the day’s end from private balconies that extend from spacious rooms that are both stylish and homey. A nice touch is the Liquid Lounge, a VIP pool lounge featuring private cabanas, dipping pool, whirlpool, and nightclub-style bottle service and music.
Dine at their elegant restaurant, The Hot Tin Roof featuring elegant waterfront dining with spectacular views of harbor. The delicious menu includes a blend of Caribbean, Cuban, and South Floridian flavors which has been dubbed as “conch-fusion.”
The Ocean Key Resort is located right on Mallory Square. At sunset watch myriad street entertainers make the square come alive as you wander between jugglers, ‘statues’ and performers at the Key West Sunset Celebration.
Lets not forget the SpaTerre, perhaps the best in town, offers a full menu of relaxing spa rituals providing you with the perfect balance of relaxation and play. To maintain your fitness regime while on vacation, you can visit the on-site fitness center. This place is a full-service resort.