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First All-Inclusive Adults-Only Bungalows Key Largo Florida Resort Now Open

Located just 63 miles south of Miami, the adults only Bungalows Key Largo is an intimate tropical all-inclusive Florida resort.

Mar 07, 2019 | By Jonathan Ho

Steeped in timeless island elegance, the first-ever all-inclusive adults-only Bungalows Key Largo Florida Resort is now open. Located just 63 miles south of Miami, the Bungalows Key Largo is an intimate tropical oasis. The upscale, boutique, waterfront resort is the perfect place to kick back and recharge. Featuring 135 private bungalows dotted across the 12 acres, the Bungalows Key Largo is the promise of endless adventures on and off protected iconic waters, restorative wellness programs, unspoiled natural beauty and a relaxed local culture fill your days with delight.

First All-Inclusive Adults-Only Bungalows Key Largo Florida Resort Now Open

Each of the 135 private bungalows of the aptly named Florida Keys all-inclusive resort features their own bougainvillea-laden veranda with an oversized soaking tub and outdoor garden shower. Bungalows Key Largo resort itself is nestled within a botanical garden edged by the ocean and flanked by the Intracoastal Waterway and Everglades National Park, the expansive, adults-only oasis welcomes travelers with two pools and two jacuzzi tubs, three piers, 4,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space and countless beach cabanas sprinkled along the shoreline, where guests can relax and embrace romantic sunset views.

Indulge yourself in an unrivalled escape of sand, surf and white-washed splendour, where exotic flowers, key limes and salt air set a stay-here-forever tone. Immersed in timeless island-elegance under thatch roofing. Guests of Bungalows Key Largo are always within a few steps of something fresh and delicious. Whether it’s the day’s fresh catch, creative Mexican cuisine or beach bites, guests best be prepared to be impressed.

Bungalows Key Largo boasts three dining experiences: Bogie & Bacall’s for multi-course fine dining and wine pairings, the beachside Sea Señor for Mexican fare under cooling coconut trees and resort-casual seafood restaurant, Fish Tales, inspired by the vibrancy of Capri in Italy.

For those laying by the sun-drenched infinity pool or on the sands of Coconut Beach, organic textures, soothing tropical hues and all-natural materials complement the bohemian expression of Key Largo’s relaxed cabana lifestyle. Bungalows Key Largo all-inclusive Florida resort also features two floating six-seat tiki boats, aptly named the S.S. Rum Runner and S.S. Margarita; Largo Larry’s food truck for quick beach bites, and the Sunset Tiki Bar where exotic cocktails are served across African teak and guests can enjoy sunset happy hours surrounded by unpretentious, coastal decor.


Active, lifestyle-focused travelers to Bungalows Key Largo will be pleased to find two cruiser Huffy bicycles provided with each bungalow for exploration beyond their private suites, a Fitness Tiki Hut complete with Peloton equipment, daily morning yoga sessions and an array of aquatic activities such as snorkeling and paddleboarding. Electric Duffy boats, a 38-foot sailing catamaran and a 40-foot Intrepid powerboat are perfect for private charters and fishing expeditions.

Those looking to unwind will enjoy the full-service Zen Garden Spa, where highlights include a Himalayan salt room, a turquoise blue quartz-tiled eucalyptus steam room and black, bamboo-lined walkways marked with Buddha heads leading guests to five private outdoor treatment rooms where a range of therapies from the restorative-wellness menu awaits.

Beyond the Bungalows Key Largo

Skirting the Everglades on the west and John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park on the east, Bungalows Key Largo guests seeking adventure can visit the first U.S. undersea park showcasing vibrant marine life on view via snorkeling, glass-bottom boat tours & kayaking. Additionally, in the home of the diving capital, adventure seekers can explore a myriad of underwater activities, including the world’s second largest artificial reef, the 510-foot USS Spiegel Grove and the famous Christ of the Abyss underwater statue.

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