Florida is well-known as one of the best destinations in the U.S. And with good reason! The beaches are covered with white sand and look out over deep turquoise waters. 2021 more than any other year is a great time to plan vacations where you’ll get to get outside. And the Sunshine State is the perfect place to relax outside all year round!
Not only does Florida offer stunning beaches, a visit to Florida also offers travelers great nightlife, tours of wildlife and unique natural features, and some great golfing. Let this list of the top five hotels in Florida inspire you, and use it to start planning your summer beach vacation!
1. Atlantic Bay Resort
The Atlantic Bay Resort, with its 500 feet of private waterfront space, lets you relax and enjoy your beach vacation in style. Their temperature-controlled freshwater pool elevates the resort experience, and the Atlantic Bay Resort also offers great access to nearby coral reefs and other ocean adventures like fishing and boating.
Enjoy the Tavernier area of Florida, filled with local artists and eco-tours. The staff at the hotel can help you set up adventures of every variety! Take advantage of the resort’s amenities like their complimentary kayaks, paddleboards, and BBQ grills. Their rooms and guest houses include perks like private balconies and beachfront space with French doors that open right onto the beach.
2. Avalon Bed and Breakfast
This beachy B&B is the perfect getaway in Key West. Located down the street from Ernest Hemingway’s historic Key West home, a stay at this bed and breakfast will give you easy access to the beach and to historic tours. This B&B is also located just a few blocks from the Southernmost Point of the Continental U.S!
Enjoy the Avalon’s early summer booking special and get 10% off your stay when you book 90 days in advance for dates from June to September. They also offer year-round discounts for Florida residents!
3. 1 Hotel South Beach
The beautiful décor of the rooms at 1 Hotel South Beach brings nature inside with features like reclaimed wood and luxurious, organic cotton sheets. The expansive windows that overlook the ocean in each room let you enjoy the water and the sounds of the waves all day long.
Their farm-to-table restaurant is a big draw, and the resort frequently features live music by bands playing everything from classic rock to samba. And the resort is even certified as energy efficient! Right now, you can enjoy up to 35% off prices and a complimentary bottle of rosé on stays booked before mid-June.
4. The Villas at St. Pete Beach
This collection of villas features full kitchens and are located just a one-minute walk from the beach. The luxury cabanas around the tropical pool area along with the retro décor of the villas will make for a beautiful and relaxing vacation.
St. Pete Beach is known as a beach area filled with art galleries and museums. In addition to these galleries, you can enjoy the local bars and restaurants. Enjoy the white sands of the beaches and then cool off with a refreshing drink!
5. Islander Resort
If you’re looking for a resort stay in the Florida Keys, look no further than the Islander Resort. This resort is set on 24 tropical acres and features two seaside restaurants. The Islander offers all types of luxurious rooms, suites, and villas. The saltwater pools, butterfly garden, and dog park will elevate your relaxing, Florida Keys vacation. Their oceanside rooms offer great views and warm and peaceful days.
This resort is located on Islamorada, Florida, known as the “village of islands.” It’s famous for its guided sportfishing and other oceanic adventures. The curators of the parks and beaches of Islamorada take great pride in the way they enhance and preserve the wildlife of the area.
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