When looking at hotels in the keys I was stuck by how expensive even more basic hotels can be. My partner and I spent one night at the Seafarer at the end of October 2013 and had the experience we were expecting. This is definitely a modest, budget hotel but DO expect clean sheets, clean towels, clean rooms, and friendly staff.
As we were only staying one night we booked a regular room up closer to the main road. If we were to stay multiple days it would be have been best to book a room closer to the water - they appeared to be bigger, a little more private, and overall more attractive.
The private beach area is great to relax in a hammock, drink a beer in the evening, enjoy breakfast in the morning. There are lots of lounge chairs, adirondack chairs, a pavilion, a few hammocks, and a little pier to walk on.
For breakfast they put out the basics: orange juice, coffee, store-bought muffins. Nothing fancy, just something to put in your stomach before hitting the road.
Right across the street within walking distance there are a few places to eat (local seafood, Denny's, a gas station to buy some drinks/beer/whatever).
Overall: pleasant experience for about $80 total.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Waterfront cottages located in the heart of Key Largo. Enjoy spectacular sunsets, relax in a hammock, bbq, kayak, scuba, snorkel, all in the charming setting of the Old Florida Keys. Family owned and operated. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Seafarer Hotel Key Largo
- Seafarer Resort And Beach Key Largo, Florida