Ready to hook a big one? Key West fishing guide
Art abounds in Key West, where Floridian artists regularly take
No, these following destinations may not be exact twins to their international counterparts, but they’re pretty close – with the added benefit of not having to board a long-haul flight across the globe, to boot.
Pop art woven among blooms, a royal garden cultivated for a king, and a Japanese-style sanctuary reimagined for the craggy coast of Maine. Consider seeking out these best botanical gardens rooted to Opal destinations for a much-needed breath of fresh air.
Travelers are dreaming about far-flung island escapes more than ever. Yet, not everyone is quite ready for the long-distance travel that comes with it – and that’s precisely what makes a stay at Sunset Key Cottages a thing of true beauty.
When the sun goes down, the bars along the central
You still may not be quite ready to hop a plane to a far-flung island retreat, but tiki bars, with their thatched roofs and retro allure, have this uncanny ability to transport you somewhere far, far away.
This winter, Opal will add two more Key West, Florida, properties to its collection. But just because they share the same zip code, don’t think that that means they are carbon copies of each other. Read on to see what makes each of these gems uniquely Opal.
A block from Duval Street and next to Mallory Square, the resort is a hub of activity that’s still able to remain a tropical escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown.
The hardest part won’t be finding a way to get on the water in Key West, but a way to fit all these unique aquatic adventures in during your next visit.