The Florida Keys are magical. A string of islands that stretch 140 miles out into the Gulf or Mexico to create a laid-back, tropical retreat. You’ll find secluded beaches, fabulous deep-sea fishing and amazing dive sites.
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Nestled among the beautiful Florida Keys, this 27 acre tropical resort sits on Islamorada and is just over an hour's drive south of Miami. From this central point of Florida's beautiful keys, Islamorada provides easy access to Key West, Key Largo and Marathon.
Newly refurbished, Cheeca Lodge has 212 beautifully designed guestrooms and suites. Elegant and comfortable, each room is air-conditioned, offers either a resort or ocean view and most have either a private patio or balcony. Plasma screen televisions, coffee-makers, DVD and CD players are standard in every room. All Cheeca Lodge's accommodation is non-smoking.
If you can pull yourself away from the white sand beach with its numerous water sports, you will find nine holes of golf, six tennis courts and two swimming pools with sundecks and Jacuzzis. The Spa at Cheeca provides a heavenly sanctuary with numerous treatments. Inspired cuisine with a unique Florida Key's flair can be enjoyed at a choice of of The Atlantic's Edge and Nikai Sushi.
4th night free April 20th to December 15th 2013.
From £86 per person per night based on twin occupancy of a Luxury Resort View Queen room. Other room categories available on request.
An Old Town Trolley Tour is a fabulous way of exploring the historic island of Key West. Sit back and relax as an expert tour guide turns back the history pages and takes you through the days when Indians, pirates and the Civil War were integral parts of the island. Hop aboard one of the orange and green trolleys to see the most intriguing points of interest and share the fascinating stories which helped shape one the USA’s most visited destinations. This flexible trolley tour allows you to hop-on and off at sights of interest, in the knowledge that another trolley will carry you along to the next part of the journey. From Mallory Square and Duval Street to Henry Flagler’s Historic Railroad Museum, the Old Town Trolley Tour provides a unique way to experience the most southerly Key.
From £21 per person
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