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A luxe island retreat in beautiful Key West
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– Sarka Takovich, General Manager
Hotel Highlights: Step into island time at this tranquil island retreat on the stunning shores of Florida’s Key West. Southernmost Beach Resort has its own private beach with a tanning pier, oceanfront beach bar, expansive lush tropical gardens with manicured lawns, and three pools where you can soak up the sun in a cabana. The guest rooms also evoke a sense of island life and coastal elegance and charm, with natural timber and blue accents and private balconies where you can enjoy your morning coffee staring out over the ocean or pool. Those seeking extra romance or seclusion should book the adults-only guest houses, set in a renovated Victorian home to stroll the expansive gardens and indulge in daily chef-prepared breakfasts.
Eat + Drink: Fresh flavors from boat to table with a modern Caribbean Asian twist is the culinary signature at Southernmost, home to three incredible restaurants. Enjoy Caribbean and Asian-fusion delights like tuna tataki, drunken scallops, and the fresh catch (prepared at your table) by the pristine ocean at the Beach Cafè. Order a signature pineapple caipirinha made with a freshly muddled Florida pineapple and light bites poolside at the Pineapple Bar. Or head to the Shores Bar for epic sunsets, skinny margaritas, and the same delicious island fare as the Beach Cafe.
Beauty + Wellness: Start the day with sun salutations on the resort’s private beach with 9 am yoga classes, or hit the adult’s-only tranquility pool for Aqua Yoga. If you prefer a more pampered approach the onsite Petite Spa offers a Swedish massage poolside or beachside in a cabana. Or get your island glow on with the Phytomer Signature Facial using French Thalassotherapy.
Curated Experience: If you do manage to drag yourself away from the oasis of the resort, its location near Duval Street is perfect for exploring the Key West Aquarium, learning about Ernest Hemingway at his home, or strolling through Mallory Square. If you’re looking for aqua adventures, try a guided kayaking tour and snorkeling in the backcountry waters of Key West with Get Your Guide.