Key West, Florida
Laid back, free-spirited, artistic, quirky, and scenic, Key West is one of the most unique places in the United States. Known for its live-and-let-live attitude, tropical climate, and seemingly continuous happy hour, this tiny Florida Keys island has been welcoming visitors seeking a vacation from the normal for two centuries.
Since its earliest days, individuals have come here to fish, write, carouse, and rejuvenate. From the famous, including Ernest Hemingway, John J Audubon, and Tennessee Williams – to infamous, Key West has always been a place where you can be yourself, find yourself, or re-invent yourself.
Key West Travel Guide is an extensive, up-to-date guide packed with local information and concierge advice.
Learn from the local experts about restaurants, hotels, nightlife, boat cruises, attractions, and other fun things to do in Key West.
Best Wishes from Key West,
-Gordon & Dave
P.S. Key West is VERY happy to report that we suffered almost no structural damage from Hurricane Irma! Woo HOO!!
Luckily for the island, the eye of Irma passed twenty miles east of Key West and resulted in damage mostly limited to trees (many branches were broken, and numerous trees were toppled.)
Key West did not flood, the roofs stayed on, and the fleet of boats is still floating.
Key West is now re-opened to visitors and is as beautiful and fun as ever.