I know the Seafarer calls itself a resort but it is not, and that's okay. What it is is a charming, clean, well-swept, friendly cottage system in Key Largo worth staying in. The Keys are expensive and many places are either not on the water or no swimming is allowed. Not so with the Seafarer and that makes this place noteworthy. Having the bay steps away from your cottage is relaxing, and there are ample deck chairs and hammocks to lounge in. There are also free kayaks available so you can take a turn around the cove and see all sorts of fish in the water while you paddle. Some people have left reviews complaining about the price but I vehemently disagree: for a family of three to stay in a two-bedroom cottage (we were in #5, Dorado, which is ideally situated on the grounds as not being right on top of the water nor too close to the highway) with free coffee in the AM, a suitable bathroom, plenty of beach towels provided, and access to a small but serviceable swimming bay, all for less that $200 a night, is a bargain especially when the larger resorts nearby are charging almost double that and don't offer much more in the way of amenities. You can't go wrong with the staff and location of the Seafarer.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Waterfront cottages located in the heart of Key Largo. Enjoy spectacular sunsets, relax in a hammock, bbq, kayak, scuba, snorkel, all in the charming setting of the Old Florida Keys. Family owned and operated. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Seafarer Hotel Key Largo