Key West is one of my most favorite Florida destinations especially the long and scenic drive across the bridge. Plan to take some time to stop along the way to visit Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, and Big Pine Key for things to do, places to see, and delectable Florida cuisine including the state’s infamous Key Lime pie.
In Key West, there are quite a few hotels to choose from including affordable to fit most any budget to extra luxurious. It all depends on what you're looking for. To get an idea of what Key West has available in accommodations, check the listings at Hipmunk. Many of the hotels have just about everything you need including an airport shuttle, free Wi-Fi, bicycle rentals, on-site restaurants, and the basic sparkling pool and fitness center.
Save time during your vacation to visit Key West’s many attractions such as a visit by boat to the Dry Tortugas National Park, visit the Audubon House and Tropical Gardens, tour the Civil War-era Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park, The Hemingway House, and peruse the very interesting Key West Shipwreck Museum.The Conch Tour Train and the Key West Hop-On-Hop –Off Trolley Tour are really fun ways to get around town and see the sights.
Two things to that are traditional “must do” activities is watching the sun set from Mallory Square where each night is a celebration by locals and tourists, and stopping in at the most famous bar, Sloppy Joe’s, where Hemingway himself use to frequent.
There's just so much to do you can't have a bad time. Enjoy your visit to the Sunshine State!