A four-hour drive from Miami on the famous US1 highway – known for connecting the keys, and also for its design style development of the interior and contemporary American infrastructure, the road that passes through beautiful sites of small islands were inhabitants live in residential houses, such as Isla Morada and Cayo Grande – will take you to Key West. This geographical spot located on South of the United States is barely 90 miles away from the Cuban coasts.
The Hyatt Centric Resort & Spa is one the best lodging choice; it is a four star hotel located just five minutes from the best places to buy, all in ‘Duval Street’. Thanks to its magnificent design style, the five-story hotel offers a warm contact with nature from the moment you step foot on it, surrounded by palm trees and turtles. With an excellent view of the sea, it offers entertaining activities due to its proximity to the marine area and main docks.
The unique characteristics of the design style of Key West reflect the rich and eclectic past of the southernmost city: the unique Conch accents, bright colors, vaulted ceilings, terraces and beautiful porches that can be seen in the distinguished ‘Fleming Street’ make this evident in every corner. The city has more than 3,000 historic houses and buildings dating from 1886 to 1912.
When in Key West, it is very important to visit the splendid design style home of Ernest Hemingway, illustrious man of letters who lived there for many years.
It will only take a five-minute ride by ferry to explore ‘Sunset Key’ sailing from the main pier; the restaurant ‘Lattitude’ is the most recommended for its proximity to the sea and its famous Key Lime Pie or lime pie, a dessert that exists since the twentieth century in the area of the Keys from West Florida, and was invented by William Curry, the first Key West millionaire.
As a culinary reference in the center of the city, there’s the delicious ‘Antonia’ restaurant where you can enjoy a homely atmosphere with Italian roots and an excellent design style. Therefore, it is almost essential to visit Key West: it is a wonderful place that will allow you to learn more about the United States’ history.