Dry Tortugas National Park is one of the must-sees while visiting Key West. The park is a beautiful 70-mile boat ride away from Key West, and it is a whole new world of activity and adventure. Start planning your day trip to Dry Tortugas National Park after reading the information below!
The closer to the ocean you go, the fresher the seafood is. Thanks to the close proximity to the coast, many restaurants serve the catch of the day in their dishes. That’s why you need to take advantage of the seafood in Key West during your time here.
Key West is known for a few of its culinary delights: Cuban food, Key lime pie, and last but not least, its rum. The liquor you find here is made on island time, so you know it was distilled with care. Let our team at the Paradise Inn guide you to a few places to try the fruity, caramel, and golden drink that is Florida rum during your time in Key West.
Key West is a tropical destination that people escape to for its warmth, no matter the time of year. Although, in the winter months, some might say it’s not quite warm enough to swim or take part in water-based activities, depending on what weather you’re used to. The “coldest” time of year is still super enjoyable without snorkeling, swimming, and watersports.
Although the southernmost tip of the United States is gorgeous all year round, Key West in December is especially wonderful. Hurricane season is over, and the spirit of the holidays has set in. The festive energy of the season is evident in the way we decorate the city, starting with the Key West Harbor Walk of Lights.
Caffeine lovers, rejoice: Key West has several coffee shops for you to discover while you’re visiting the southernmost point of the continental United States. Besides the pure joy of having lots of options, Key West coffee shops often have Cuban coffees on their menus—something that you can’t often find in other parts of the world. [...]
When you go on vacation, learning the history and culture is a vital part of genuinely understanding the destination you've traveled to. You can do that through tours and seeing historical sites, but one of the easiest ways is by visiting the museums in town.
When on vacation, sometimes it’s hard to get around town without spending hundreds of dollars on taxis, Ubers, Lyfts, or rental cars. Luckily, our island is only eight square miles, so getting around Key West is never too difficult. Many people in Key West don’t even have a car, so by using these alternatives, you might pass as a local.
You’ve finally married the love of your life, and now you’re ready to travel with them on your much-anticipated Key West honeymoon. Key West is the perfect place to celebrate your love for each other, with beaches, reefs, and beautiful views many people only dream of. When it comes to your honeymoon, every part of it needs to be more than perfect, and a stay at The Paradise Inn will ensure that your visit to Key West is nothing short of a visit to paradise!
Here at The Paradise Inn, guests don’t have to look too hard to find crowd-pleasing Key West events going on. With the beautiful beaches and Duval Street shopping, adventures lie just down the street. If you’re staying at a residence in Key West for Labor Day weekend, you will get to experience one of our annual festivals: the Key West Brewfest. Beer lovers will rejoice with numerous activities, live music, and beer tastings. This fest will make it a holiday weekend to remember.