Overall our experience was okay. We were pleased with the location and amenities. Sister hotel to holiday inn so we were able to use their pools as well. The rooms are old but clean and well maintained. Got quite noisy at night in our room, but another couple staying down the hall with us had no noise. Slightly concerned about the security of the hotel room. Panels on window can be opened from outside, and door frames appeared as if rooms have been broken into. Would stay again, price is right. Restaurant next door was great! Highly suggest.
We loved the atmosphere of the Pelican Key Largo Cottages! It felt like we were on a quaint, little island. We liked the cute huts and the brook in the breakfast area. We enjoyed sitting on the chairs on the pier in the evening. The kayaks were fun. The staff was very friendly.
We didn't like the 'slight of hand' with pool and bar offerings. The pool at the Marriott was smaller and plain but we were 'allowed' to use the facilities at the Holliday inn next door, a couple hundred yards from the Marriott. At the Holiday Inn there was a chlorine pool and a saltwater pool with a full service bar in the middle.. it is comfortable at the Marriott but next time I'll stay at the Holliday Inn..
We chose the Hilton Key Largo Resort to be in a convenient and central location during our stay in the Upper Keys. We enjoyed a comfortable and clean room with a water view. The housekeeping services were excellent, and the bar staff was always pleasant. We were hoping that the facility offered an onsite cafe that served lighter meals and a variety of beverages for guests who did not want to eat in the restaurant. We chose to eat our meals outside the resort to keep costs reasonable. Overall, our stay at the Hilton Key Largo was satisfactory.
So relaxing after spending a week going round all the theme parks in Orlando. Staff could not be more helpful. Ate in Gus's restaurant and it was exceptional ( there were ten in our party) Beach and pool very welcoming and overall the Hotel was very comfortable. Only stayed one night but all of us wished we could have stayed longer.
The largest of the Florida Keys in the northern archipelego is Key Largo. Two highways connect Key Largo to the mainland. The eastern part of sland is home to John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, the site of the only living coral barrier reef in the U.S.