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Recent Key Biscayne reviews

  • Best ocean front location in Key Biscayne

    "The bottom line is the place is awesome; go without hesitation. My family of 4 (including 2 kids, 6 and 2) stayed in this place for spring break. The location of the building is great--right next to one of the two parks on the island. The beach area is very spacious; because of the park adjacent to the building's area, there is even fewer people. We did not drive and walked everywhere - a 10-15 min walk to the CVS/grocery store/restaurant areas. The apartment is pretty big - 1,400 sq ft or so. The kitchen is very big for a 2BR condo. It even feels larger because the living area and the second bedroom are combined by default. We had breakfast every morning enjoying the ocean view; had lunch and evening desert on the balcony. There were almost no bugs (very little right after a rain at night). I slept in the second bedroom with the balcony door open enjoying the sound of the ocean while falling asleep and waking up. The condo complex has two outdoor pools (at least one is heated), a commercial grill, beautiful landscaping, beach essentials, a restaurant, gym, and more. We love nature and animals and enjoyed iguanas and other reptiles on the island. The Bill Baggs park has a historical lighthouse, bike (including family quad bikes) rentals, iguanas, a supervised beach, and one of the best restaurants for "grilled" (actually fried) fresh fish--Boaters Grill. The Crandon park has a beach type fast food place (hotdogs/burgers/ice-cream), bike rentals (yes, quad bikes), a cute "old zoo" area within with gorgeous peacocks, iguanas, and hiding crocodiles (the locals were having lunch by the ponds nevertheless), a small nature center, and a supervised beach. You can rent a boat (any kind) at several places around the Crandon marina, and explore the island and Miami by water (stop by the Boaters Grill, check out the sand bars around) or go fishing (hint: grill and eat it right on the boat). What we also liked is that people are very friendly (it's a relief after DC where people often pretend they cannot talk). All the restaurants are very kid-friendly. Because of the Latin family-oriented culture, there were kids practically at each table, staying for late dinner with their family and being kids. The place is very safe, you can see that because there were many local older kids and teenagers on the streets after dark. The island is no doubt upscale and expensive relative to many other areas in Miami, but at the same time very relaxed."
    Guest: Sergei Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 25, 2014
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  • Paradise was found!

    "Once we found our way around the neighborhood we really enjoyed our stay. The condo is very clean and it worked well as home base for myself, my wife, and our 19 year old son. The private beach entrance/park is great. It has bathrooms and outdoor showers. On hot days we sat in the park under shady palms while watching and listening to the ocean. I literally walked 50 miles during our week and also cycled 25 miles on the island, the trails are great. Walking into Bill Baggs Park on the beach from the condo was paradise found for me. I really enjoyed stopping at the Boaters Grill at the No Name Harbor in Bill Baggs Park while on my hikes. The Lighthouse Cafe must have been having a bad day when I stopped for breakfast. If you walk to the lighthouse on the beach continue through the parking lot and you'll get a great view of Stiltsville (Google it). I also enjoyed walking the beach toward Miami. After you pass through Crandon Park you'll come to a fossilized reef. I recommend visiting the wildlife area in Crandon Park. There are lots of peacocks and other birds roaming freely. We had some wonderful meals on Key Biscayne. The Beach Bar at the Ritz was great (best mahi sandwich I ever had) and Cioppino at the Ritz was great too. I also enjoyed Ayesha (Indian) and the El Gran Inka (Peruvian). We saw lots of critters we're not used to seeing too. The highlight was a manatee right off the beach opposite the private beach entrance. My only regret was I didn't bring my fins and mask. Many people swam off the beach and saw large rays and puffer fish. Although Key Biscayne is quiet, if you need a change of pace Miami is very close. On our departure day we spent the day in Fort Lauderdale. Ft. Lauderdale has a wonderful beach and boardwalk (not wild like Miami Beach) The owners Raoul and Gachi were great to deal with. I'd go back."
    Guest: Barry D. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 24, 2014
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  • beautiful!

    "This condo is beautiful and has an excellent view of the ocean. The kitchen is more than fully equipped. We stayed there with our baby, and it was so nice to have so much room such a beautiful space. Also the grounds and service at the Ritz was superb. Our only complaint is that the dryer did not work well."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: January 13, 2014
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  • Luxurious!

    "We felt very lucky to rent this suite. We had been looking at easy drive locations from Miami and had our heart set on Key Biscayne. We wanted to stay at the Ritz but it was booked. This room is in the hotel tower with the other rooms. The only difference is that it is larger and nicer than an average hotel room! You don't need club service because you have your own kitchen. The layout is nice for some privacy with the seperate bedroom and two balconies. We stay at Ritz properties often for the amenities and this one was perfect for our weekend. The weather was sunny and breezy. The hotel staff helped with setup at the beach cabanas and with kayak rentals right in front of the hotel. The events for kids were amazing - laser tag and flag football in the yard near the beach, exotic animals to see and pet in the evening. The food was very good but expensive as expected. The shuttle driver was very nice and made it easy to go any where on the island."
    Guest: lynnlyon Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 19, 2014
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Key Biscayne Travel Tips

Come to a Key Biscayne Resort for the Perfect Getaway

Southeast Florida is a beach-lover’s dream destination which makes Key Biscayne perfect! Staying in a Key Biscayne resort allows you direct access to Miami as well as beautiful beaches and a true tropical getaway destination. Technically, Key Biscayne condos are located on the first island of the Florida Keys though they are closer to the mainland.

There Is So Much to Do at Southeast Florida Rentals

You cannot book Southeast Florida rentals in Key Biscayne without going to the beach! But soaking up the sun outside of your Key Biscayne condos is just one thing to do in the area. The long and winding roads that lead to any Key Biscayne resort are perfect for rollerblading or biking, even with the kids! There are also plenty of parks including Crandon Park and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Recreation Area that allow for not only beach-going but picnics, tennis, golf, and plenty of outdoor fun.

Key Biscayne Condos for Small-town Charm

As you conduct your search for the perfect Key Biscayne resort, you will quickly note just how idyllic the island actually is. You will find that Southeast Florida rentals in the area are actually your own private tropical paradise. Directly across Biscayne Bay from Coral Gables, Key Biscayne condos allow you to lap up the luxury in this small resort town. Spend your days soaking up the sun and your evenings playing in Miami or Fort Lauderdale.

What to Do at Key Biscayne Resort

If you do not want to just laze about all day during your time at your Southeast Florida rentals, not to worry, there is plenty to do! Your Key Biscayne resort days can be filled with deep-sea fishing, strolls along the coast, jet skiing, bicycling, golfing, kite boarding, windsurfing, and even parasailing. The list of things to do during your sunny vacation days is seemingly endless. If you happen to get a rainy day, there are plenty of museums in the greater Miami area.

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