Remote island hideaways accessible only by sea plane or boat, underwater adventures and private beaches – Florida Keys is about escaping and having fun; discover the best hotels with Kuoni

From landmark resorts with a fascinating history that dates back to the 1920s (we love Casa Marina, A Waldorf Astoria Resort on the island’s south coast, near Duval Street’s famous nightlife and the historic Old Town) to remote island hideaways like Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, a secluded resort accessible only by sea plane or boat, Florida Keys is a classic island escape. Still-temperate waters, vibrant coral reefs and a playground of marine life make getting out on the water the best pastime on the Keys, and the hotels here really make the most of their setting – some, like The Reach, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, are set on their own private natural-sand beach, while others offer a multitude of watersports and diving, such as Hawks Cay Resort, Duck Key whose activities include Dive Duck Key, where you can explore the underwater world of the only living coral reef system in the country.

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Key West Old Town Trolley Tour

The island of Key West is full of fun and exciting things to do and see. From the Southernmost Point to the quaint streets of Old Town, this tour takes you to all the major areas and attractions, with unlimited re-boarding. See Key West's first tourist attraction, the Key West Aquarium, which was also the world's first open air aquarium. Cross the street and you'll find yourself back in the 1800s at the Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum, learning about how Key West became one of the richest cities in the US. The Oldest House Museum is also nearby; it's one of the many beautifully restored homes that are open to the public in Key West. Stop by the Ernest Hemingway House Museum where he's rumoured to have written A Farewell to Arms - and don't forget to look for the 6 or 7-toed cats! Marvel at the beautiful species of butterflies in the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory, and wander next door to the Southernmost House Mansion and Museum, known fcal gardens. Cool off with a drink at the famous Sloppy Joe's Bar or Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville in the Old Town area. But don't leave Key West until you've watched the sunset from Mallory Square.

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