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99010 Overseas Hwy, Key Largo, FL 33037-2452
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#5 of 23 in Key Largo
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All-Inclusive adults only (21+) resort offering a unique tropical experience set on 12 waterfront acres of lush landscaping with spectacular sunset views and approximately 1,000 feet of shoreline. Inclusions encompass Luxurious Accommodations, Unlimited Dining and Premium Beverages, Non-motorized Water sports, Daily Yoga Classes, Land Sports, Bicycles, use of Fitness Center, and much more. The resort features multiple indoor/outdoor dining options, a waterfront tiki bar with direct sunset view, a boutique full-service spa, two resort pools, and water sports including kayaking, paddle boarding, tricycle water bikes, and the like. Accommodations feature 900 square feet of private indoor and outdoor living space, decorated with a contemporary “beachy” motif, and expansive private outdoor space. The outdoor area for each bungalow includes an ample private deck, a private outdoor garden shower and soaking tub, all set amid tropical landscaping.
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Lizet S wrote a review Apr 2022
2 contributions2 helpful votes
Worst place in the keys. Too much regulation. No party at all. Just for old people to sleep. Don’t waste your money in this place. Super boring. Management rude. Food nothing relevant. No beach on place. Waiter are nice and try to service you, but is the management who doesn’t help.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
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Response from Mark Weakland, General Manager at Bungalows Key Largo
Responded 2 weeks ago
At Bungalows Key Largo we take pride in the reputation we have built as a luxury, adults-only resort that offers a serene, tropical escape to relax, unwind, and reconnect with loved ones. We are not a party resort – nor do we advertise as such. We have established policies to maintain our tranquil atmosphere, such as no smoking throughout the property or in guest rooms with the exception of a designated smoking area, no personal music/speakers in common areas (restaurants, beaches, pools) – instead we play music in these areas for all guests to enjoy, and we ask guests to maintain a reasonable volume as to not disturb other guests trying to enjoy their vacation. Instead of following these policies, your group decided to ignore common decency towards other guests and treat our resort as your own personal party venue – smoking by the pool and in the hotel lobby, playing loud music on your own speaker, singing and chanting loudly for all to hear, riding bicycles drunk into our restaurants – endangering other guests and our employees, continuously harassing our employees and other guests, causing a scene when we asked you all to quiet down or stop smoking and respect other guests, and the list goes on. Even though you have all checked out at this point, we are now continuing to be harassed online by 1 star reviews, defamatory comments on your social media pages, videos, and stories, negative comments on our social media pages, and encouraging your “fans” to write us nasty messages and comments – even though they have never personally interacted with or visited our property. The amount of complaints we received about your group from other guests during your stay is immeasurable. Your group’s self-entitlement and deplorable, childish behavior are just embarrassing and are solidified by our surveillance footage from your stay and by your continued online attacks on our resort and staff. We hope all potential guests will take into account that there are two sides to every experience and read the reviews of the guests that stayed with us whom had to endure this group’s awful behavior.
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Lizzy T wrote a review Apr 2022
Fort Wayne, Indiana23 contributions2 helpful votes
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Do not hesitate in booking the Bungalows Key Largo! This resort is absolutely gorgeous! The grounds are even more amazing in person and are impeccably maintained, the service is 5 star and food was top notch! I'm a tough reviewer when it comes to these things and I know it can be difficult to pull the plug on a vacation at this price while not truly knowing what to expect but this was all WORTH IT. I would recommend reading all the FAQs on this resort in order to be prepared and know all the policies in advance. After reading a few of the negative reviews, it seems most were disappointed by things they could have educated themselves on in advance. We booked 4 nights and rented a car from Miami to drive down to Key Largo. We fully expected to take a drive and leave the resort one day but because this is such a serene and private oasis, we didn't want to leave! This was our babymoon and it was the perfect place for it. I fully expected to RELAX and have quiet, pleasant days by the water, good food and daily naps. :) Even if the noise level is too high for you near the pool, there are many options to move and lay in other areas with a water view. The food here was awesome! No complaints whatsoever. I was not sure what to expect because I couldn't find many photos online so I wanted to share food photos here for others who are also curious. We tried just about every restaurant and menu. The wait staff is full of recommendations to ensure you're ordering the best items on the menu! :) I enjoyed a prenatal massage at the Zen spa, highly recommend! We also did a sunset cruise on our last night which was gorgeous. The boats are magnificent. It can get a bit chilly on the waters so dress accordingly! One of my favorite special touches was the turn down service. Every night the maids come into your room while you're at dinner and turn down the bed, make sure your fridge is full of water/sodas and leave a special treat for you! We left the resort so happy that we booked for our babymoon here! I definitely recommend 3 to 4 nights. 4 nights gives you the reservation at Bogie and Bacall's. This gives you just enough time to try every restaurant/menu and enjoy the resort to it's full potential!
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Date of stay: April 2022
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Response from Mark Weakland, General Manager at Bungalows Key Largo
Responded 2 weeks ago
Lizzy, Thank you for choosing to The Bungalows Key Largo for your Babymoon escape and sharing your detailed review of your experience. Your summary portrays the intentional design and multi-faced experience that Bungalows Key Largo is modeled. With gratitude and best wishes.
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Sebastian C wrote a review Apr 2022
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Good resort, mixed service, much better alternatives in Mexico/Bahamas. 2/5 - Food (which is supposed to make up a substantial portion of the total room night cost/value proposition for guests) was okay. Shrimp, pizza, and cocktails were great but everything else was just ok (some not even good). For $1.5k+ a night you’re better off taking the extra plane flight to Bahamas or Mexico to get world acclaimed food at cheaper room night costs. Food at the resort was bland and nothing stood out in particular. For $800 a night I would’ve said the food is great but save your money and go somewhere else if you want to eat amazing food. - Bungalows + Biking. Easily the best part of the resort and something that they tend to do really well. The rooms were 100% clean and they even took down a tree that was leaking foliage into the hot tub in backyard of Bungalow. They bring towels and other things in a matter of minutes. The biking around the resort was so fun and the premises romantically themed, well lit at night, and very clean. - Service. Honestly not good but not terrible. 4/10. We had really bad waiters that completely forgot about our table and we have had to bug other staff to get us a drink we ordered or to get the check so we can leave in time for a scheduled activity elsewhere on the resort. Other nights we had impeccable service. Very dependent on which person is serving you/getting you drinks. The same drink tastes different per the server. We had one incident that was not handled well by the staff where we saw a cabana that was empty and not being used but someone had left Sun-lotion on it, after waiting to see if other cabanas freed up or see if anyone returned, we decided to lay there and enjoyed it for an hour until a couple came up and brought the staff over with them saying we moved their things and took their seats. Granted, we were fine moving but the staff scolded us for moving their Sun-lotion and told us we had to leave and escorted us away without proving us a better option. The couple proceeded to put their other stuff on the cabana and walk away for an hour not using it. There are only 3 cabanas on the side of the beach everyone is enjoying resort pools + live entertainment. There should be rules in place about how long someone can leave and not use amenities or there should be a reservation process in place for cabanas since they are limited. We think the resort has the onus here to ensure the price tag is not limited by other guests and that’s part of what makes a great resort different from a good resort. It’s ok if only good but (then again) lower your price to reflect your competitiveness. Again, Bahamas and Mexico are a short plane ride away and very affordable in my experience. - Amenities. Good pools and great places to lounge (chairs, cabanas, and a lot more). NOTE: there is no beach for you to get into the water and swim in. There’s just sand and lake-like water beyond the rocks against the sand. It wasn’t a huge thing for us but for others may be the main thing they are expecting and will be disappointed. I should also note that the keys are known primarily for the reefs/snorkeling. They do have activities that require an extra fee for snorkeling and sunset cruises. The sunset cruise was amazing and 100% would recommend. We didn’t do any snorkeling but would’ve loved to. Compared to the top top all inclusive adults only resorts I think they could have more engaging activities (poker night, contests, etc) and offer several options at a time. - Final thoughts. We thought if the food would’ve been something special and if the service was just a little better we would plan on returning (despite the lack of beach and competitive activities). After all this is the only adults only, all inclusive resort in the keys…and what they do well they do well. However, the asking price of $1.5k+ a night is not good value and with just a bit more effort on the consumers part there’s so much more. The Bungalow may rationalize the cost for couples that don’t want to/can’t travel outside the U.S.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
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Response from Mark Weakland, General Manager at Bungalows Key Largo
Responded 5 weeks ago
Dear Sebastian C. Thank you for choosing to stay at the Bungalows Key Largo. We appreciate your comments, the compliments and as well as the service recommendations that need improvement. Thank you for allowing the landscapers to address the foliage over the soaking tub and identifying aspects of the environment of the Florida Keys and the Gulf of Mexico which differ significantly with other destinations. We value your feedback.
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M.D. wrote a review Apr 2022
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Give this place a try! We can't wait for our return visit. The grounds are beautiful and so tropical. The amount of palm trees is stunning! The staff was the friendliest we have ever encountered on a vacation. They were always smiling and willing to help with whatever was needed. The tipping policy was no issue for us. We felt like the staff deserved good tips due to the service we received. And you do not have to tip every single time they bring you a drink by the pool or the bar. They will keep a tab open and you tip at the end. Not a big deal or inconvenience to us. The bungalows are perfect! They aren't huge, but why do they need to be? With the grounds as beautiful as they are and the pools, hot tubs, bars, view....... the rooms are plenty big! And the bungalows individual outdoor space is amazing! This is where you will want to spend your time while back at your room. SO private and relaxing. We had a garden room and I would choose that again. We were in room 133. Just a very short walk and we were on the beach. We never waited for a seat at the bar and there were always enough chairs by the pool or in the sand. Food was amazing as were the drinks. We enjoyed the kayaks a couple times and enjoyed the live music. There are also daily activities if you choose to participate. But they aren't disruptive activities if you are just wanting to chill by the pool. We appreciated that. If you are looking to just go relax for a few days. This is the place. We feel like we got what we paid for and will not hesitate to return.
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Responded 9 Apr 2022
Dear Michelle, Thank you for choosing to stay at Bungalows Key Largo and describing your experience and recognition of our service team in such a glowing fashion! We are glad that you are intending to return and look forward to serving you again Great pic of the local wildlife! Warmly,
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Kathryn B wrote a review Apr 2022
West Palm Beach, Florida51 contributions10 helpful votes
My first impressions of The Bungalows wasn't great. We arrived at 4PM and got checked in to our "Bungalow" - the check in process was good, golf cart to the room, a little tour on the way. We wanted to drop our stuff and and grab something to eat, after seeing the room. It's nice - nothing super luxurious, no "suite" feel, no chair or couch, just a room with a desk, dresser, coffee bar, and bathroom, there's an outdoor space with an outdoor shower, and a bathtub, for those that love to be nude outdoors, maybe they'd spend all their time there. Our bathtub was gross, hair and dirt. I wasn't going to use it anyway, so I didn't even call about it. Onwards to the bar area, where there are tables looking over the Bay - beautiful! We sat down in some shade and realized that no one was waiting on tables at 4:30, so we had to order at the bar and self serve. I thought it was a little weird that no one was waiting on the tables, and the bartenders were cleaning and made me wait for quite a bit before I was acknowledged. So Far? Wondering why we were paying $1500.00 a night for a garden bungalow, if the service was going to be like this and hair in the tub. Service hiccups: pre-tipped a guy that we asked about where we could get a few things I forgot, (floss, razor) he said he'd bring it to our room, he never did. We had booked a sunset cruise for 2 the night we came in (extra charge), I asked twice where we were to go, and we were told to go to a giant catamaran where there were a bunch of people. The Captain figured out we were on the wrong dock, and directed us to where we were supposed to be. I did ask. Twice. At Sea Senors, (only open for dinner and part of the "all inclusive" package. I told the waiter I can not have bell peppers, I got not only green peppers on my fish, but green, red and yellow pepper in the rice. I pointed it out to our waiter and he was mortified, and brought a manager over to ask if I wanted something else. In this day and age of food allergies and a high end resort, I am still shaking my head. So after all of that? We were booked for two nights, there's a definite preference given to those that stay 4 or more nights, discounts, dining at their "premium" steak house, Bogie and Bacalls, otherwise it's $300.00 a couple. That made me feel like the place money grubs, and is unappealing to me. The wine you can buy on the in room dining list is also way overpriced, in my opinion. That kind of stuff irks me. The grounds are GORGEOUS! The pools are clean and lovely, everything looks great. There's a Zen pool, if I had an extra day, I would have read a book there, and maybe tried for a nap. The workout area is outside, so pretty hot to get on a Peloton, but it looked nice. I didn't do the Spa, but heard great things. Highlights - playing corn hole with the guys that help guests out with the kayaks and SUP - my husband and I were going to play and they came running up, excited to play, and made teams. They made it a lot of fun. We saw a manatee, the boat ride we booked was very nice, it was an electric boat so it was super quiet, we had ordered some appetizers, it was all good, except for the scallops had bell peppers on them. Our Captain was chatty and friendly, she showed us some Pelicans roosting, and some jellyfish that don't sting. It was a beautiful night. Fish Tails is the breakfast and dinner All Inclusive meals, we only ate breakfast there, very nice spread, or you can order off the menu. We ate at the bar once, I thought the meat lovers pizza had too much cheese on it, and the crust was a bit thick, we saw lots of half eaten "pizzettes" As much as I read about the place, I don't understand anyone not liking the food, it was all either good or excellent. The crowd was mostly 30 - 40 I think - I felt like I needed a tattoo to fit in, but didn't run out and get one. Most everyone was pretty casual, a few glammed up at night, I think smart casual would be appropriate everywhere. I'm not sure how I feel about All Inclusive Resorts, the kayaks and SUP, were "included" there were a few daybed cabana spots here and there that get snapped up fast, those aren't reserved and they are free. There are plenty of placed to sit either in the shade or in the sun with a beautiful view of the bay. Drinks were included, I think there's an uncharge for some alcohols, but I was fine with Titos. You get a bill with 0 on it, that you can add a tip to, or you can leave cash. There is "free" yoga every morning and a daily schedule if they add any activities. Music at the bar varied greatly in talent. It's over 21, which is kind of nice to be honest, to not have crying kids all over the place, and stressed out Mom's trying to deal with them. The place had a fire that burned part of the main restaurant building, and then had COVID to contend with, so they've bee up against it, but I feel for the price - those small irritation should not occur, and the Food Allergy issue should be driven home to the Chefs and all kitchen staff. The Beach Bungalows are more expensive, and do have a water view - through all of the guest chairs and umbrellas. Unless they are larger, and have perks I don't know about. I wouldn't bother paying another 400 a night for those. It truly is a wonderful spot, if they get their act together on service, food allergies, and I think they need to tone down the 2 night stay shaming - We didn't book for longer, because we were afraid if we didn't like it, we'd be stuck there for a ton of money, My husband really loved the vibe, and the other patrons where very nice. It wasn't a "drink all the booze you can cuz it's included" crowd. Also a major DISLIKE for me, is if you have an early arrival? You have to fork over $300 bucks to hang out there, same I you have a late departure, after 11 am there is a fee to say on the property. I have never heard of a place that wouldn't let you eat lunch and use the pool if you have a later flight. It's cheap and unwelcoming in my opinion. I think it has some great potential, to be up against some other places I've stayed that are high end, but it has just a bit more to go.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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Room Tip: We were in 409 - could hear some trucks in the morning, Quiet at night
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Responded 4 Apr 2022
Dear Kathryn, Thank you for choosing Bungalows Key Largo for your recent two day getaway and identifying the issues that were not acceptable. Such as the particular the issues of the food allergies with peppers in your rice. We recognize the importance of communicating the importance of food allergies for the entire culinary team and are intent on improving our process to 'drive home' with the chefs, servers and managers. We have twice daily housekeeping service who attend to the individual soaking tub in the garden area, oftentimes the weather is impactful with debris and we are grateful for the chance to rectify this situation during your stay. Thank you for your advice on inclusions and amenities, we value your input and appreciate and understand the visitors who are unable to stay more than two days. The Bungalows and each dining outlet including Bogey and Bacall's have comfortable carrying capacities which requires limited reservations, prescribed occupancy and adherence to check-in and check-out policies. The Bungalows is not available to unregistered guests or day visitors which allow us to focus on the our overnight patrons and arriving. Thank you for your thorough review of your experience and identifying the aspects of your stay; ie No Kids with accompanying stressed moms, NOT too boozy, Titos vodka, the food quality in general, the manatee etc. We hope to serve you again, hopefully for a little longer stay. Sincerely,
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Traveler797 wrote a review Apr 2022
19 contributions48 helpful votes
I can't say enough great things about this place. I have never been a big fan of Key Largo, but the moment you pull into this property you feel like you are transformed into another world. They greet you as you pull in and the vacay starts right there. The property is impeccable and the site planner was a true visionary. I loved the plants, pathways, individual bungalows and the staff take it to another level. Whoever is doing the hiring did a great job. The quality of the food and drinks are great and everyday they had live music in the late afternoon through the evening. My only criticism is that the bars and restaurants push tipping. Since it is an all-inclusive, I'd rather they just adjust the rate so the guests don't have to close out their tabs every time. I will definitely go back. Keep up the good work.
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Responded 2 Apr 2022
Thanks for choosing Bungalows Key Largo and expressing your thoughtful comments and positive review. We are delighted that you enjoyed your visit and recognized the vision of the unique destination and the desired affect. Gratuities are at your discretion and are in place to acknowledge and reward appropriate service. Thanks for choosing to visit The Bungalows and we look forward to serving you upon your return to the Florida Keys. Sincerely,
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BWC IV wrote a review Mar 2022
Alexandria, Virginia1 contribution1 helpful vote
Having used TripAdvisor for recommendations for almost as long as they’ve existed, it’s time to contribute back. The Bungalows in Key Largo is exactly what we were looking for coming out of COVID lockdown. It’s like a cruise on land - and for the COVID-conscious, it’s far safer than most places because your entire stay can be almost entirely outdoors (if you want it to be). Almost every aspect of this trip was delightful, and those that weren’t pretty were much directly tied to the behavior of our fellow guests - not the Bungalows staff. It’s paradise from the moment you are swept away through the magic gates into a tropical wonderland (which is equally enchanting at night as in the day due to the lighting). The food is good to great, the drinks are tasty and plentiful, and the accommodations are stunning. The staff is friendly and outgoing. Simply put, it is what they advertise it is, and they do what they advertise they will do. And that’s sadly sort of unique these days. Most importantly, I want to mention Cynthia in guest services. As we approached our first post-COVID vacation, we had some brutal personal challenges in our families which required emergency attention. Without getting into detail, let me simply say that Cynthia was like an angel in the midst of our troubles. She went well above and beyond any expected level of service to provide exemplary, caring support during a very challenging time. As the saying does: “Look for the helpers.” Well, Cynthia is far more than a helper. Thanks to her - and to the rest of our wonderful vacation - we will be frequent visitors to The Bungalows in Key Largo. While I deeply hope you don’t have to deal with the type of situation we did, knowing that a staff member and a business can unhesitatingly care so much is priceless.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Responded 2 Apr 2022
Thanks for sharing your Bungalows Key Largo experience in detail and with enthusiasm. We are extremely appreciative and will let Cynthia know of your comments. Thanks again Sincerely,
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Megan L wrote a review Mar 2022
1 contribution3 helpful votes
I had the most magical experience at the Bungalows this week. The resort itself is stunning in every direction & the staff is extremely accommodating and kind. If you’re looking to stay, a massage at the spa is a non-negotiable. I booked a service after my flight with Jose and had one of the best massages of my life. He’s very experienced, intuitive, and professional -the time flew by. I recommend to book the longest service you can with him because you will love every second and it’s the best way to spoil yourself after a long flight. So grateful to the staff for one of the most memorable trips yet!
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Date of stay: March 2022Trip type: Travelled
Room Tip: Bike everywhere! Such a beautiful setting!
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Peter P wrote a review Mar 2022
Clifton Park, New York2 contributions5 helpful votes
These 1, 2 or 3 star reviews are nonsense. I have stayed at many all inclusive’s and the Bungalow’s ranks up with the best. Food and service was excellent. Friendly and very attentive staff. The Bungalow’s themselves were awesome. Bikes are a great way to get around. The tipping policy should change, but does not change my opinion of this place. My wife and I will be back!!
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Rob wrote a review Mar 2022
Paradise Valley, Arizona1 contribution1 helpful vote
We had a great trip to the Bungalows. Love the room, outdoor shower and tub. Food was really good with nice variety. Always a place to perch, either by a pool, the ocean, or at the indoor Living Room. Such friendly staff in all ways: smiles, greetings, care. We will be back!
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Date of stay: March 2022
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$1,237 - $1,547 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bungalows Key Largo
Which popular attractions are close to Bungalows Key Largo?
Nearby attractions include Island Dolphin Care (0.8 km), Harry Harris Park (0.8 km), and Key Largo Community Park (0.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Bungalows Key Largo?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Bungalows Key Largo?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Bungalows Key Largo?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Bungalows Key Largo?
Yes, free parking and valet parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Bungalows Key Largo?
Conveniently located restaurants include Doc's Diner, Mrs. Mac's Kitchen, and Key Largo Fisheries Backyard Cafe.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Bungalows Key Largo?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Is Bungalows Key Largo accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.