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    Gold Member Gold Member ClassCig38's Avatar
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    Cheeca Lodge Resort in Islamorada ***** and drive to KW would be my recommendation.....We've stayed at Hyatt on Front Street, PH: 305-295-9900. The rooms and ocean suites are great - pool, tiki, jaquzzi, all impecably maintained. Cheeca is awesome, then you have a couple places to explore, Islamorada, and Key West........PH: 305-664-4651 have a website, check it out. my .02
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    OUTLAW Drew
    Definitely Cheeka Lodge in Islamorada (1.5 - 2 hrs from Key West) if you are not going to stay in Key West. Otherwise, the nicest is the Wyndham, but pricey, and the only hotel in Key West, I believe, with a nice sand beach.

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    We always liked to stay on Marathon. It is about in the middle of the keys, and lets you explore in either direction. Sombrero Reef is beautiful, 7 mile bridge, gulf and ocean access, and 45 minutes from Key West.

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    Charter Member#330 Charter Member MrCIG's Avatar
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    Hey ClassCig38 when are you going to the Cheeca again maybe we can hook up. Don't let my wife know though
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    Platinum Member Platinum Member Reindl Powerboats's Avatar
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    The Hilton is nice...

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    Enjoy the show VIP Member Ron P's Avatar
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    If your intent on Key West, look into renting a condo. We stayed at a nice place next to the marriot and saved a bunch. The Reach is nice and the Ocean Key House is the place to stay if you don't mind spending some money.

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    Registered Madcow's Avatar
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    Ocean Key is nice, but pricey. I've stayed at the Palms a couple of times. Nice little place on White St. Nice pool and Tiki bar, and you can walk downtown. Les than $100.00 per nite. Don't forget to go to Marthas for dinner. Best resturaaunt on the island. Have fun!

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    Charter Member #927 Charter Member Payton's Avatar
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    The Banana Bay resort in Key West is nice. You can rent boats right near there. It's a little quieter than than off duval street. Depends on what you are looking for.

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    Thanks for the replies everyone. I will follow up and let you know where we stay.

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    Glastonbury, CT
    Center court guest house's very nice one block off the strip so it's quiet.

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