Bungalows Key Largo
by Roberta B. Turner

The Bungalows reopened mid-June in Key Largo.  This is the first adults-only all-inclusive resort to open in Key Largo in the Florida Keys.  This luxury boutique features 135 private bungalows on 12 acres on the bayside at mile marker 99.

Each bungalow features a veranda, an oversized soaking tub and a garden shower. Each bungalow comes with two cruising bicycles.

This is the perfect combination of luxury and convenience so guests can unwind. The resort touts two pools and two jacuzzi tubs, 1,000 feet of shoreline with countless beach cabanas, and a full-service Zen Garden Spa featuring a Himalayan salt room and a eucalyptus steam room among other restorative-wellness offerings. A Fitness Tiki Hut furnished with Peloton equipment, daily morning yoga, and an array of aquatic activities such as snorkeling, kayaking, and paddle boarding are also available. Bungalows Key Largo also offers adventure seekers a full fleet of boats from electric. Duffy boats and catamarans to watersport and sailing boats to explore the countless destination diversions available on the water, just steps from the resort.

The Beach House is home to the Living Room common area, two restaurants, Fish Tales and Bogie & Bacall’s, as well as Hemingway bar, the main pool area, and the Zen Garden Spa. Other beloved amenities include taste-temping dining experiences such as Bogie & Bacall’s for multi-course fine dining with wine pairings, the beachside Sea Señor for Mexican fare and resort-casual seafood restaurant, Fish Tales, in addition to Larry Largo’s food truck, two on-site bars, and two six-seat floating tiki boats, aptly named the S.S. Rum Runner and S.S. Margarita.

All-inclusive rates include around-the-clock golf cart pickup and drop-off service, lodging, food and premium beverages, resort amenities, water toys, beach cruisers, activities such as morning yoga, cooking and mixology classes, sunset happy hours, fish fries, pig roasts, and more.

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