Treat Yourself to a Florida Keys Spring Break with Holiday Genie
Florida holidays in the Florida Keys are always popular and with the ease of booking packages through Holiday Genie, getting there couldn't be easier either
UK (PRUnderground) January 24th, 2013
If you’re looking to treat yourself to a spring escape, a trip to the Florida Keys is a great idea. Florida holidaysin the keys are always popular and with the ease of booking packages through Holiday Genie, getting there couldn’t be easier either. Popular choices include
The Inn at Key West
The Inn at Key West is a three and a half star property which offers up beautiful accommodation and a great location. A stay in the hotel starts at just £1370 per person, for seven nights including flights, and facilities include café with garden, restaurant, gift shop and full room and laundry services. There is also air-conditioning in the lobbies and public spaces and a 24hour reception.
The Doubletree Grand Key Resort
If you want to stay somewhere a little quieter than Key West, the Doubletree Grand Key Resort is a brilliant choice. A stay here starts at £1305 per person, for seven nights including flights, and it’s a great choice for a family break. The hotel has a strong West Indies theme, with the main lobby featuring a stunning vaulted ceiling and giant saltwater aquarium. Facilities include the usual mixture of café, restaurant and services, along with a 24 hour reception and supermarket.
The Westin Key West Resort
Those looking to really treat themselves should take a look at the Westin Key West Resort, a four star resort which offers up a real luxury feel. A week long stay at the hotel starts at £2950 per passenger, including flights, and it’s ideally located for those who want easy access to everything Key West has to offer. The resort has two restaurants, a bar, and full service throughout. It also has the standard 24 hour reception and air conditioning throughout.
About Holiday Genie
Holidaygenie.com is an independent tour operator sending over 67,000 passengers last year to destinations all over the world from Europe to America to the Indian Ocean and beyond.