11 September 2016

Key West Business Guild is First-Stop Resource for LGBT Visitors

The tiny subtropical island of Key West, luring more than 225,000 lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender visitors each year, has earned a well-deserved reputation as one of the world’s most welcoming destinations that celebrates all types of diversity.
11 September 2016

Day or Night, Key West Entertainment Abounds

Key West’s wide array of entertainment — throughout the night, into the wee hours and all day, every day — means it’s challenging to experience all there is to do. LGBT visitors can enjoy theater and music performances, book on-the-water excursions, meet new friends for dining or drinks, attend a drag show, simply “chillax” in the subtropical surroundings and much more.
11 September 2016

Key West’s Renaissance Shaped by LGBT Community

Key West’s offbeat picturesque charm and open, genuinely welcoming atmosphere are among the reasons the island city is so popular among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender visitors.
11 September 2016

Irresistible Key West Warmly Welcomes LGBT Visitors

Imagine a subtropical island paradise in the continental United States that requires no passport for visitors. A destination where rainbow flags fly proudly at homes and over businesses. A place where wildly colorful and fragrant flowers — royal poinciana, hibiscus and bougainvillea — frame historic homes that once sheltered gay and lesbian literary legends including Tennessee Williams, Elizabeth Bishop and James Merrill. 
11 September 2016

Authors and Artists Make Key West a Creative Cultural Mecca

Authors and artists, playwrights and poets have long been lured to the romantic 2-by-4-mile island of Key West. Closer to Havana than to Miami, this seductive haven is richly endowed with creativity as one of America’s most fascinating literary and artistic playgrounds.
11 September 2016

Key West’s ‘One Human Family’ Lives Its Official Philosophy

The tiny island at the tip of the Florida Keys archipelago is known around the world for its inclusive recognition that all people are created equal — epitomized by the famed One Human Family motto created by local designer J.T. Thompson.
11 September 2016

Key West’s Year-Round Appeal Means Fabulous Celebrations

Subtropical Key West has a sensual year-round climate as warm as the community’s welcome to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender visitors. The island city is historically frost-free, with an average annual temperature of 77.8 F.
11 September 2016

Getting to – and Around – the Island of Key West is Half the Fun

Traveling to the picturesque island of Key West is a bucket-list adventure in itself. Driving the historic, 127-mile Florida Keys Overseas Highway is considered by many travelers to be the trip of a lifetime.
11 September 2016

Key West Accommodations Offer a Warm Welcome and Enticing Choices

Key West’s accommodation properties are as diverse as the guests who travel to the Florida Keys. Visitors can choose from tropically styled adult-only guesthouses, intimate bed-and-breakfasts, lovingly restored inns, luxury waterfront resorts and casual family-oriented hotels.
11 September 2016

Key West is an Ideal ‘I Do’ Venue for Weddings and Honeymoons

For couples seeking a destination wedding and honeymoon, Key West exudes an exotic ambience for the ultimate romantic getaway — offering a relaxing island experience, exquisite scenery, intriguing history and easy accessibility for travel with no passport required.