Key West Resort

Countless Activities Await

With the largest private beach on Key West, Casa Marina is the perfect destination for water sports and recreation during your Florida Keys family vacation. We feature a wide array of onsite activities including Sunrise yoga, bike and scooter rentals, island jet-ski tours, paddleboard and kayak rentals and more. You can even arrange to build your own sand sculpture under the guidance of our resident sculptor.

Charter a boat for a deep-sea fishing excursion. Spend the day kayaking, parasailing, scuba diving, or snorkeling in the Atlantic surf. Explore America’s only living barrier reef. Pamper yourself poolside. From scenic beaches to endless water sports, this classic beach resort features an entertaining array of activities for water lovers of all ages.

Fitness Center

Stay fit and healthy with a session in our fitness center, and maintain your strength with the latest cardiovascular and weight equipment, including Peloton bikes. You may also access the Fitness Center at our sister property The Reach, Curio Collection by Hilton.

Local Attractions


A unique and distinctive local culinary walking tour conducted in a safe, sustainable, and environmentally responsible manner whose goal it is to create food memories that last a lifetime. You’ll discover engaging and knowledgeable local guides who are eager to share the most authentic and delicious version of Key West, off the beaten path.


Southernmost Scavenger Hunt offers a unique way to explore our tropical paradise. This award-winning activity combines Key West’s charm with team spirit and can accommodate groups of any size.


A 2–hour sail gives groups a front-row seat to some of the most beautiful sunsets on earth. Private charters can be arranged in advance for large groups.


Fish the waters that are home to trophy game fish such as Mahi Mahi, Tarpon, Sailfish, Marlin, Tuna, and Wahoo. All boats are fully equipped with the latest electronics, fighting chairs, and comfortable seating. Boxed lunches and beverages can be arranged by your event manager for the trip.


Nearby, the Key West Golf Club’s 18-hole Rees Jones designed course has over 200 acres of beautiful Florida Keys foliage and wildlife. The club has a full-service pro shop, restaurant, bar, and top-of-the-line rental equipment available.

Concierge Services

Allow our concierge to set up any excursion or day trips to local attractions including scuba diving, snorkeling, dolphin encounters, deep sea or flats fishing charters:

Pool & Beach

Lounge by one of two oceanfront pools or soak up the sun, sand and surf on the largest private beach on Key West. Snooze away the afternoon in a hammock. Our beach activities include cornhole, volleyball, connect four, soccer and more. Our Spa offers Sunrise Yoga Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays by appointment. Or head to Barefoot Billy’s for Jet Ski rentals, paddleboarding and more.

The resort’s pool and beach concierge offers lounge chairs, umbrellas and towels. Food and beverages are also served poolside. Key West is formed from coral which lines most of the island.  We do offer soft sand entry on the East Beach, towards our watersports area.

We offer Full Day Cabana Rentals from 10am – 5:30pm. Rates are based on 4 guests and vary during season/holidays/special events. Poolside Cabana Enhancement Packages are also available!

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Watersports & Adventures

Located on our beach, you’ll find Barefoot Billy’s Beach Rentals with kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, jet-ski rentals, and small watercraft rentals. Scooters and bicycle rentals are also available. For even more adventure, Barefoot Billy’s offers a Jet-Ski Island Tour, a Dolphin Watch & Snorkeling Tour, and a Sunset Harbor Cruise. Resort guests can book their adventure in advance.

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Key West’s Famous Landmarks


This significant Key West landmark was home to Nobel Prize winner Ernest Hemingway.


Don’t miss Key West’s stunning sunsets. Soak in the culture of street artists, musicians and more at this festive nightly gathering in Key West’s famous open air square along the Gulf.


Audubon House & Tropical Gardens was built between 1849 – 1849 by Captain John Huling Geiger, a harbor pilot. The residence served as one of Key West’s grandest homes to the Geiger family for over 100 years, reflecting their high status in the community. The lush gardens and tropical plants on the property were illustrated by John James Audubon in his famous life-size book “The Birds of America”.


The Harry S. Truman Little White House is the State of Florida’s only presidential site. Originally, it was constructed in 1890 as naval officers housing. Important visitors have included extended stays by inventor Thomas Edison and it has been used by six American presidents. Its most important usage was as the winter White House of Harry S. Truman.


The Mel Fisher Maritime Museum is home to a large collection of materials recovered from the Spanish galleons Nuestra Señora de Atocha and Santa Margarita of 1622. On September 4, 1622, 28 ships left Havana, Cuba, bound for Spain. With them was carried the wealth of an empire. The following day, the fleet found itself being overtaken by a hurricane as it entered the Florida straits. These vessels lay broken on the ocean floor, scattered from the Marquesas Keys to the Dry Tortugas. In them were the treasures of the Americas, and the untold stories of scores of Spanish sailors, soldiers, noblemen, and clergy.


Take a walk in a lush tropical setting among hundreds of free flying butterflies, exotic birds and 2 glorious flamingos inside the soaring glass-domed butterfly habitat. Observe 50-60 varieties of butterfly species from around the world. Proudly honored to be chosen “Best Place to Take the Kids” and “Best Attraction in Key West”.


For over 65 years, Key West Art & Historical Society has been committed to preservation of the island’s historic structures and collection of artifacts and art that reflect the history of the Florida Keys. KWAHS has been at the forefront of historical preservation in Key West beginning with Fort East Martello in the 1950s, moving on to the Lighthouse & Keeper’s Quarters in the 1980s, and culminating with the opening of the Custom House in 1999.


Wreck Ashore! With these words, enter the world of 1856 Key West… the era of the wreckers. At the Key West Shipwreck Museum you will step back into time as you discover Key West’s unique maritime heritage and how it became the richest city in the United States. The experience includes live action drama, films, and real artifacts from the vessel “Issac Allerton” which sank in 1856 and was discovered in the Florida Keys reef in 1985.

Local Annual Events

This renowned championship is hailed as the “richest sailfish tournament in the world,” boasting more than $1,000,000 in prize money. The World Sailfish Championship raises funds for charity and provides guests with five adventure-filled days of gourmet cuisine, entertainment and, of course, high-stakes action.

The Conch Republic is less a place and more a state of mind. With the motto, “We seceded where others failed,” the Republic celebrates its “independence” from Key West each year with parties, concerts and good-natured, tongue-in-cheek fun.

Support a good cause while wining and dining on local cuisine, courtesy of over 50 restaurants and 100 wineries and vineyards. The Taste of Key West event raises funds for the organization, AIDS Help. Admission is free, and food and wine tastings start at just $3.

The globe’s grandest songwriters’ gathering, the Key West Songwriters Festival has been celebrating the art of songwriting since 1997, with a five-day-and-night party that thrills writers, musicians and crowds with fantastic music and even better company.

Key West Pride started with a march down Duval Street about 30 years ago, with gay and straight men and women sharing our community’s message of acceptance and inclusion. Today, Pride, with a motto of “One Human Family,” celebrates the same simple message on a grander scale, with themed parties, events, activities and a whole lot of fabulous fun.

Literary stalwarts unite for fun and fandom at Hemingway Days, a festival dedicated to the renowned writer and punctuated by readings, book signings, an awards ceremony for a literary competition, and even a Hemingway lookalike contest. For the still more adventurous, a marlin tournament, a “Running of the Bulls,” and a paddleboard race promise to get hearts pounding.

Lobster lovers hightail it to Key West for the annual Lobsterfest, a four-day-and-night long celebration of everyone’s favorite crustacean. Partake in some of our favorite festivities: a lobster boil, a bar crawl that benefits a local scholarship fund, a street fair, concert and the indulgent lobster brunch.

Start off the legendary Fantasy Fest with a bang at the Bahama Village Goombay Festival. This heart-pounding street party features costumed dancers, lively music, an array of African crafts, and delicacies from the world over. Don’t forget to swing by the main stage for around-the-clock Caribbean music and entertainment.

Hailed as the infamous “party in paradise,” Fantasy Fest is a raucous festival for adults looking to get a little wild, Key West style, on their next vacation. Ten days packed with parades, cocktails, cosplay and costumes add up to one unforgettable Fest.

The Key West Film Festival is an annual celebration of contemporary cinema in a historically rich, artistically vibrant, and culturally diverse island community.

Hailed as the world’s “biggest and fastest” offshore racing series, Super Boat International draws crowds to Truman Waterfront each year. The action-packed racing schedule and impressive watercraft fleet inspire racers and audience members alike.

Pirate invasions, plank walking championships, bone-chilling reenactments: The Pirates in Paradise Festival has it all. Kids and kids at heart can catch a thrill at this multi-day affair designed to invoke the swashbuckling spirit of the Keys.