Oceans Edge Resort & Marina Key West is the newest Florida Keys hotel, and the largest in Key West. Featuring 100% ocean views, six amazing pools and the best restaurant in Key West, you have everything here to enjoy an exhilarating Key West escape. There's immediate dockside access to the Gulf and the Atlantic's innumerable wild islands, channels, sand bars, wildlife, and, minutes away, the world's third largest barrier reef. Oceans Edge Key West is family built, run and operated-we are locals with a passion for conserving this beautiful island, and with a vision for creating a bigger, better, more authentic slice of paradise! As you enter Oceans Edge Key West, our dense, tropical flora will enchant you. Overlapping palm fronds cast patterns of dappled light all around. The scent of coconuts, key limes and orchids fill the air. Within, the world seems to fall away. Behind green leaves stands a white, wood facade. Our all-new resort was built with signature Key West conch architecture that combines Caribbean and Victorian influences, complete with gingerbread moldings and large porches-done right. Step into every spacious room or suite and the first thing you'll see is a view to die for. When you can tear away your gaze, you'll also find a king/queen bed like a cloud, and thoughtful décor that speaks to the island's nautical history and local artistry. Right outside your balcony, six turquoise pools twinkle in the Caribbean sun. You'll always find room poolside-just one of the pleasures in our well-appointed resort! Beyond the pools lies a newly renovated marina, where majestic boats sit calmly in glassy waters. We're proud to be the premier boating destination in the United States. After the marina comes the deepest layer of all: a great shimmering ocean stretching to the horizon and beyond. Located in the town's water-centric Stock Island neighborhood, Oceans Edge Key West boasts acres of deep-water access, an onsite marina, onsite access to fishing charters and six oceanfront pools. We are your key to a luxurious seaside escape. And when you dry off, explore the Stock Island part of town, which The New York Times calls "the new old Key West." There's an authentic Keys vibe to the neighborhood, home to local fishermen, the Key West Symphony Orchestra, Tennessee Williams Theatre, artist studios, a golf course, and outstanding bars and restaurants. And it's just minutes to Key West's historic Old Town, offering easy access to the vibrant culture that has been drawing guests for decades.