The Hyatt Beach House Resort is 74 fully furnished, two-bedroom units facing the blue-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The resort offers a private beach and an on-site swimming pool. In a style reminiscent of Old Florida, this resort rests on Florida Bay and Cow Key Channel, which has direct access to the Atlantic Ocean. It is ideally located for golf, boating, fishing, diving, snorkeling, and exploring the legendary city of Key West. Key West is a very magical place whether you walk down an Old Town lane and smelling the jasmine, or singing along downtown to a popular duo at one of the bars on Duval Street. Key West offers excellent fly and saltwater fishing. Enjoy a relaxing trip on a smaller charter to view dolphins in the wild or to kayak in the backcountry, then come home for a fresh seafood dinner at one of the many fine Key West restaurants. Scuba diving and snorkeling on the coral reefs and wrecks are spectacular as tropical fish are abundant on the reefs. Try snorkeling on a sailing catamaran or schooner out to the reef for a day of fun. Some of the dive boats in Key West also offer night dives so the nightlife on the reef may be observed.
If you desire golf in the area, try the Key West Golf Club. Nestled among 200 hundred acres of lush landscaping and a well manicured golf course is the Key West Golf Club Complex. Golf legend Rees Jones masterfully designed the Key West Golf Course, an 18 hole, 6,500 yard course to be a challenge to players of all abilities. Come meet the infamous "Mangrove Hole" (143 yards, par 3 that is played completely over a field of thickly intertwined tropical mangroves). Located in the heart of Key West, Florida the Key West Golf Club is the only Caribbean golf course in the United States.