On our way into the Keys, we stopped at the Key Largo Tourist Information Center, mainly to collect literature for a future visit. On impulse, we decided to spend the night, and were rewarded with this piece of the past on the shores of Biscayne Bay. The cottage rooms are as basic as you can get and the bathroom provided the necessities, which for us, was all we needed since we didn't stay there for luxurious accommodations. Good mattresses and very clean room met our needs nicely. A casual, carefree resort atmosphere was what we wanted, and we weren't disappointed. Kayaks, canoes, grills, a boat ramp and docks are available to guests. The large thatched hut type gazebo was a great place to enjoy the complimentary continental breakfast or watch the outdoor TV in the evening, only after the sunset over the bay. No need to experience it at Key West - it's here too!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- All 23 of The Pelican's clean and quiet cottage rooms offer different options for relaxing and enjoying all that the Florida Keys has to offer. From experiencing the unique, laid-back bayfront atmosphere, to trying your hand at world-class sportfishing, diving and snorkeling , you are sure to find an activity that suits your tastes. And if that sounds too active, head to our small bayfront beach, where you can enjoy glorious sunsets, gentle breezes, a nap in a hammock or watch manatees and dolphins play. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hungry Pelican Hotel Key Largo
- Hungry Pelican Key Largo