Where to Find the Best Key West Vacation Packages & Deals
by Alyx Sariol | Published December 14, 2018
Located at the southernmost tip of the continental US, Key West attracts tourists year round. Many people head here to check out Ernest Hemingway’s home, bustling Duval Street and Mallory Square, a popular spot to catch one of Key West’s infamous sunsets.
Sunset in Key West (Photo: Mickey Luigi Løgitmark via flickr)
As it’s such a popular destination, many booking sites offer discounted package deals to Key West. TravelMag has compared the top sites and identified those that offered the best vacation deals to Key West. We recommend comparing your dates across all the sites to find the best price before booking.
If you’re planning a family vacation to Key West, Priceline is a great place to search for options. You can search for up to four rooms and 8 people at a time. Travelers can easily sort through Priceline’s property options to find the perfect accommodations. It’s also a great site for planning cheap vacations, as there are often savings of $300 or more on bundled packages. Priceline offers a “Best Price Guarantee” and 24/7 assistance, should you have any questions about your itinerary.
Expedia is also a great place to search for properties for perfect beach vacations. This site’s search functions allow you to narrow properties down by guest rating, location and amenities. While you won’t find an all inclusive vacation package in Key West, many properties have on-site restaurants and bars to make your vacation easy. TravelMag encourages travelers to read the fine print, as package pricing generally does not include additional resort fees or additional airline costs.
Key West has so much to offer and Viator helps people experience it all! The site allows you to quickly scroll through options and book experiences at an affordable price. Sunset cruises are very popular – from dinner and party cruises, to romantic sailing trips with champagne and appetizers. Visitors might also want to secure a dolphin sightseeing trip or a day trip to Dry Tortugas National Park. Most Viator options include free cancellation should any plans change.
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