Friday, June 11th, 2010

by David Cohen

Within walking distance from the world-famous Duval Street in Key West, the Hyatt Key West Resort and Spa is offering a luxurious vacation experience “par excel-lance”.
During Gay Pride, the Hyatt is offering a special deal to LGBT guests - The Pride Welcome Package which offers the best rates on the island, along with a welcome amenity valued up to $25, daily full American breakfast for two, 4 p.m. late checkout and personalized service from a GLBT focused concierge.

To take advantage of this special offer and enjoy posh accommodations for as low as $300 a night you need to mention the code LGBT10, by visiting www.keywest.hyatt.com, or calling 1-800-233-1234. This offer is good through December 30, 2010.

Hyatt Key West Resort and Spa featuring 118 guest-rooms, each with a private balcony boasting stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico.  A centrally-located swimming pool and the eclectic Blue Mojito Pool Bar and Grill provide the perfect ambiance for enjoying a cocktail or delicious lunch. When it’s time for total relaxation, the 24-hour StayFit@Hyatt gym is one option.  A visit to Jala Spa is the second option and it is a must. Treatments are ranging from deep tissue massage  to a Cuban Coffee Body Glow. There is no doubt in my mind, you will rejuvenate your body and soul.  For a true taste of the Keys, treat yourself to dinner at SHOR American Seafood Grill which features fresh seafood caught daily from the Gulf of Mexico.

Conveniently located the Hyatt is within walking distance of Key West’s top restaurants and attractions. My favorite restaurant is nine one five on Duval Street. Owner Stuart Kemp and his lovely wife make sure you will have one of the best dining experiences in Key West. The food is authentic, simple and fresh. Many of the ingredients are imported from  Europe and the restaurant has a great wine list at reasonable prices.

After dinner walk toward Petronia Street, the core of the gay nightlife in Key West. The legendary 801 Bourbon Street and 801 Duval bars at the corner of Duval and Petronia have been a part of the Key West landscape for over 30 years. In the Cabaret you will find nightly shows headlined by such famed performers as Sushi, Kylie, RV Beaumont, and many more. Don’t miss Aqua Nightclub, one of Key West’s largest gay dance club. It is the home for many life entertainment that include nightly drag shows, karaoke, dueling bartenders, Go-Go dancers and much more. A visit to the Island House is a must where clothing is optional. This is the biggest gay resort in Key West and recently was named “The best gay men’s resort in the world” by OUT Traveler Magazine.  For more information visit www.gaykeywestfl.com.

Key West draws many visitors from all over the world who come here to experience many of the water activities. para-sailing. With gentle dry take offs and landings, you will find para-sailing to be an exhilarating way to experience one of  Key West water adventures. From above you will enjoy breathtaking views of the emerald blue waters, and amazing panoramic sights of the southern part of the city that can only be seen from the air. With a friendly staff, the Fury Boats hold 12 passengers, they are safe, comfortable and reasonably priced. You can book any of the water  adventures at the gift store at the Hyatt.

For more information or for reservations, visit keywest.hyatt.com or call 1-800-55-HYATT.


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