Tranquility Bay Beach House Resort | Florida Keys Vacation
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Hey babes! You know sharing fun things to see and do in Florida is my jam! Not to mention showing you some of the cool places to stay too!
Come with me to Tranquility Bay Beach House Resort, in the heart of Florida Keys, where you’ll find this family friendly resort with more than 80 two-and-three bedroom condos with awesome resort amenities.
Tranquility Bay Beach House Resort at a glance
$38 resort fee per night
Check in time: After 4:00 p.m.
Check out time: Before 11:00 a.m.
Minimum age: You must be 25 years or older to reserve a room. To confirm you will have your photo ID checked upon arrival.
Pools close at dusk due to turtle lighting restrictions.
Parking is available for guest vehicles only.
Pets are not permitted at Tranquility Bay Resort, with the exception of guide dogs.
The resort is front facing the Gulf of Mexico in Marathon, FL. Our flight from Tampa to EYW ( Key West International airport) was pretty quick, less than 3 hours to be exact.
When deciding on which room to stay in during your vacation, there are plenty of options to choose from at Tranquility Bay Beach House Resort.
We stayed in the two bedroom beach house with amazing views of the water and putting green.
The beach houses feature gourmet kitchens, flat-screen TVs, free wifi, large porch areas, and decks.
The resort has plenty of land and water based activities for you and the whole family!
Putting green – Enjoy a round or two at the Nicklaus Design putting green. Whether you’re a golf lover or learning you can easily grab a club and a ball from the front desk and enjoy!
My nephew sure did, when we arrived to the resort he was so fascinated with the putting green and wanted to play for hours.
Such a fun activity for kids too.
There’s also beach volleyball, 2 swimming pools, swimming beaches and a spa!
Yes, a spa for you to get all of the pampering you deserve! The resort offers in-room spa treatments and services. Where you can choose from a list of massages, facials, and body treatments. Yes please!
Or you could relax at the gazebo at sunset. Isn’t this just breathtaking!?
Butterfly Cafe offers an amazing on site dining experience paired with great views of the resort when dining outdoors.
Butterfly Cafe is known for its Its award-winning dining, with an eclectic menu filled with everything from succulent shrimp cocktail to tropical crab cakes.
When you dine I highly recommend their sea seared scallops. So good!
Note, they’re open 6pm – 9pm daily (last reservations are taken at 8:45pm)
Want to dine with sound of the waves behind you? You sure can at TJ’s Tiki Bar!
They have a great lunch menu of appetizers, salads, pizzas and desserts. Order the NYC Cheesecake and thank me later * wink*
The bar opens at 11am and closes at 8pm, I highly recommend their Coconut Shrimp and Blackened Shrimp Salad, plus all of their dishes are prepared fresh.
You can easily enjoy lunch and dinner at the resort, but neither of the on site dinning destinations offer breakfast.
But a few short steps from the resort sits Cuban Cafe right across the street that came highly recommended by the resort staff.
We went to check it out and loved it. We ate a hefty breakfast with pancakes, cheese grits, sausage, toast, and omelets.
Highly suggest grabbing breakfast at Cuban Cafe to support a local restaurant but also enjoy their amazing menu.
Want to see what all there is to see and do locally? You have plenty to choose from. There’s The Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters, Captain Hook’s Marina Dive Center, Dolphin Research Center, and Bahia Honda State Park are all within driving distance of Tranquility Bay Beachfront Hotel & Resort.
Turtle Hospital – Just next to Tranquility Bay Beachfront Hotel & Resort, the hospital is dedicated to preserving sea turtles. Your can schedule a tours to learn more about how sick and injured turtles are rehabilitated.
Crane Point – When you visit, be sure to check out the the Museum of Natural History, Children’s Museum, Adderley Town Historic Site, or the Marathon Wild Bird Center.
Pigeon Key – Now this is a cool one! Visit Pigeon Key and feel as though you’ve taken a step back in time. Here is where you can see the construction and maintenance camp for the Overseas Railroad that dates back to the early 1900s.
Seven Mile Bridge – Oh and you have to check out the seven mile bridge, its actually one of the longest bridge in town, measuring at more than 30,000 feet.
Which local activity would you check out first? Comment below and let me know.