This Adults-Only Florida Resort Is Your Key to a Fab Winter Getaway

Make like a snowbird and fly south to this all-inclusive Florida Keys resort.



Photos courtesy of Bungalow Key Largo

As the temps turns frigid, trade the wintry blues for the blue waters of the Gulf Stream by visiting Bungalows Key Largo (season rates starting at $998/person). Reopened last month after a fire in May, Bungalows has the vibe of a private island, while being only a 90-minute drive from the Miami airport.

The perimeter of the all-inclusive, adults-only resort is lined with 135 bungalows — mini-oases situated within the resort’s botanical gardens and waterfront. Bungalows feel light and airy, decorated in neutral tones. A private veranda with a soaking tub and outdoor rain shower equip each to be a tranquil retreat from the strong Florida sun.

The resort is a haven for activities. Watersports, like kayaking, paddle boarding, and snorkeling, are included, while add-on excursions include a catamaran sunset cruise and seaplane island-hopping via first-class private charter. The Sunset Pool boasts prime water views; there is an outdoor Tiki Hut gym; and the Zen Garden Spa features a Himalayan salt room, eucalyptus steam room, and outdoor cabanas for massage/body treatments.

Dining options are equally diverse: Fish Tales offers pizza, a salad bar, and tasty New England clam chowder. Sea Señor serves coastal Mexican cuisine: ceviche, shrimp ajillo, and carne asada. For a more formal dining experience, Bogie & Bacall’s offers thoughtful plating and dishes like five-spice duck breast and braised short ribs. Just want a cocktail? Cruise along the bay on a BYOB floating tiki boat.

 

 

 

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