Bordered by the Gulf of Mexico to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the southernmost state’s unique geography gives guests of our Florida hotels two uniquely beautiful coastlines to explore. And with the longest coastline among all U.S. states, there is always plenty to see and do.
The emerald waters and soft white sands of the Gulf seduce visitors to western Florida and the Florida Keys, while guests of hotels in eastern Florida can set off on cruises from Fort Lauderdale, explore “Old Florida” at Fernandina Beach, and search for celebrities at Miami Beach.
Northwestern Florida hotel guests will happily slide into the laid-back vibe that is unique to the Panhandle region; in contrast, the heavily Hispanic-influenced southern tip of the state promises a different cultural experience, including a touch Cuban traditions and cuisines.
Looking for more action? Choose our central Florida hotels, and you’re just minutes from the state’s many theme parks, such as Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. Consider taking an airboat ride across the Everglades at Sawgrass Recreation Park, where you may see egrets and crocodiles. And you can find out if you have the right stuff to be an astronaut at the famous Kennedy Space Center.