Key West Guide

The City & its History

A daring railway was responsible for opening Key West to the public, but it took a highway to really make the town boom as a tourist destination. After pirates, hurricanes, and wars, Key West survives as a great tourist town, with superb sunsets, informal living, lively festivals, relaxing beaches, top fishing possibilities, and all the amenities that a visitor could want -- all on an island where it never freezes.

What to See & Do

Take the Conch Train. Climb into a Martello Tower, Enjoy the beaches. There's a lot to do in Key West, and we'll get you started.

Hotels, Motels & Resorts

Go to our hotel and resort pages for Key West hotels, motels and suites -- at great prices -- and make your reservation.

Dining in the Southern Keys

From funky Caribbean bars to haute cuisine, you can have it all in Key West's dining places. Sample Oriental and French dishes in atmospheric restaurants and bistros. Have a conch fritter and seafood soup.

After Dark

Key West has a nightlife experience for just about anybody. Check out the clubs, bars, and cultural attractions.

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