Meet Opal Key Resort & Marina, a hub of activity that’s still able to remain a tropical escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown.
A block from famed Duval Street and next to Mallory Square, 245 Front Street is the current waterfront residence of Margaritaville Key West Resort & Marina, but come January 4, 2021, will be reimagined as Opal Key Resort & Marina. With easy entry to Old Town Key West, as well as direct access to the on-site marina, watersports, and boating, the resort is a centrally located hub of activity that’s still able to remain a secret tropical escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown Key West.
STAY: Seaside Comfort
The 178 guest rooms and suites at the resort are filled with natural light, modern design, rich woods, and neutral color palettes. Private balconies allow the sea breezes in.
EAT: Casual Dining with Spectacular Views
Bistro 245 Restaurant has a menu full of fresh, casual fare, but the show-stopper is the outdoor dining that overlooks Key West Harbor. Savor Key West shrimp as you take in a famed Key West sunset.
PLAY: Enjoy Everything the Island Has to Offer
The attached marina grants guests access to boating adventure of all kinds. Watersports, deep-sea fishing, kayaking, eco-tours, sunset sailing – the list goes on. As for the attractions of Key West, explore Old Town by bike, stroll the galleries and shops of Duval Street, and explore the Conch Republic’s legendary spot in literary lore.
SAVE TIME FOR
The on-site pool. Not just for a refreshing dip, but for the way this paradise, located in the center of the resort, is shrouded by lush native plants and trees, creating an uncanny sense of privacy that is hard to come by in Key West. Complimentary poolside treats come in the form of a frozen drink sampler, fruit skewers, and Chloe’s fresh fruit popsicles, served from 1 to 3 p.m. daily.