KEY LARGO, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 03/07/13 -- Guests have already had the chance to experience some of the changes at the Courtyard Key Largo, where upgrades to the guest rooms and lobby have transformed the already great property into one of the top places to stay in Key Largo. With all the upgrades, it was time for the hotel's rating to get an upgrade, too.
After the latest inspection of this hotel in Key Largo, the AAA organization awarded the hotel a Three Diamond rating, recognizing the impact of its renovations and improvements. Diamond ratings are given based on evaluations of exterior and public areas, guest rooms and guest bathrooms. Each is assigned sub-ratings based on strengths and weaknesses, and together they combine to calculate the overall rating.
The AAA inspector noted that this property is "well-maintained" and gave particularly high marks for the lobby's 24-hour market, guest service area and furniture quality and design. The flexible space allows guests to meet and mingle with colleagues, friends, family and other guests. The reinvented lobby is the centerpiece of this Key Largo hotel, which offers a number of amenities including a fishing marina, fitness center, outdoor heated pool, in-house dining at The Bistro and live music and poolside cocktails at Bogie's Tiki Bar.
Most guests visit Key Largo for the warm weather and beautiful beaches, and this hotel offers opportunities to maximize the state's best assets with diving, snorkeling, swimming with dolphins and glass-bottom boat tours. After an active day, a cozy bed and comfortable guest room await, where a private balcony provides stunning views and a 32-inch LCD cable TV and iPod dock mean relaxation is just a click away.
About the Courtyard Key Largo
There are few things a Florida vacation should always include, and at the Courtyard Key Largo guests get all of them -- and much more. Located in the dive capital of the world, the Courtyard Key Largo offers visitors opportunities to swim with dolphins, explore the underwater world with snorkeling and glass-bottom boats and test their baiting skills with deep-sea fishing. From families to couples, this Key Largo hotel, just an hour south of Miami, is the perfect choice for a warm-weather vacation destination. Soak up the surroundings, which include the largest deep-sea marina fishing village, and kick back in a newly renovated guest room. Accommodations have plenty of space to spread out and feature a private balcony, iPod dock, complimentary high-speed Internet access, desk, 32-inch LCD cable TV, cozy bed, minifridge and coffee/tea service. Those who require extra sleeping space or want to make a stay extra-special can book a room with a sofa bed or a whirlpool suite, respectively. Visitors don't come to Florida to stay indoors, though, and the Courtyard Key Largo gives guests the chance to experience the state's warm weather in an outdoor heated pool and at the poolside Bogie's Tiki Bar, serving live music along with cocktails and great food. Take a break from the sun at the fitness center or in the flexible lobby, where guests can meet and mingle with free Wi-Fi and comfortable lounge seating. In The Bistro, enjoy a healthy breakfast with Starbucks® coffee beverages or a hearty dinner with beer and wine. Get all the latest news, weather and airport information via GoBoard technology.
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Courtyard Key Largo
99751 Overseas Highway
Key Largo, Florida 33037
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