Bungalows Key Largo is the first all-inclusive resort in the Florida Keys. Opening last month, the adults-only property offers bungalow-style accommodations, each with its own veranda, outdoor soaking tub and garden shower. Relaxed, yet still luxurious, room styles incorporate tropical color palettes, organic textures and all-natural materials.
Guests at the property enjoy complimentary resort-wide activities, including happy hours, morning yoga sessions, water sports and cycling. Three on-site restaurants and two on-site bars provide a range of cuisines. A Chefs in Residence program rotates chefs to provide continual new dining offerings.
The waterfront property is 63 miles south of Miami, with outdoor spaces, including two pools, two Jacuzzis, a full fleet of boats, a garden spa and a 1,000-foot beach.
“We have officially welcomed our first guest, who arrived via seaplane, and we are so proud to have brought our vision to life, introducing this boutique resort to luxury travelers from across the globe,” said Jerry Johnson, owner, Bungalows Key Largo. “We look forward to curating customized guest experiences, offering visitors an immersive Florida Keys experience that’s authentic to the destination.”
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