Key West & Duval Street: It’s the hot spot for drinking, dining, shopping, and people watching.
Key West was once a landing spot for rumrunners from Cuba during the prohibition era. Even after all these years it has maintained its persona as the perfect place to party and Duval Street is at the hub of it all. Located in the heart of Old Town Key West, it’s unique from start to finish. At one end of Duval Street is the Gulf of Mexico and 70 miles to Fort Jefferson Dry Tortugas.
On the other end of Duval Street is the southernmost part of the continental US, which opens up to the Atlantic Ocean and is about 90 miles to Cuba. In between these two points, you’ll find one mile of the most fascinating array of great places to dine, fashionable shops and art galleries, night clubs, Ghost Tours, street performers and exotic animals. It’s a people-watching paradise and you’ll be entertained for hours.
Check out all the hot spots: Sloppy Joe’s, Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville Store, Hog’s Breath, Bull & Whistle, Iguana Cafe, Captain Tony’s, and the Hard Rock Cafe. It’s been referred to as the “Bourbon Street of Key West” and the entertainment on Duval Street lends itself to a variety of tastes. Experience Sunset at Mallory Square, a must do and see while in Key West.
Golf in Paradise:
Play at the southernmost golf course in the Continental US at the Key West Golf Club. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, you’ll enjoy this full-service golf resort course. Designed by golf legend Reese Jones, this 6,500 yard course offers 18 holes of scenic as well as challenging Key West Golf. Try the “Mangrove Hole,” a 143-yard, par 3 hole that will test even the most skilled golfer.
The Key West Golf Course is open 365 days a year and offers rental clubs, a driving range, PGA professional instruction, a pro golf shop, tournament services, private parking and locker facilities. Allow the Southernmost Hotel Collection Concierge to arrange your tee time and recieve your discount. Call 305.292.5095 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.