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Unlock a New Treasure at a Gem Among Florida Keys Resorts

The Marker Resort Key West

Luxury starts here.

Poised on the pristine waterfront of Key West's historic seaport, The Marker is more than a gleaming new addition to the Florida islands.  As the only newly built hotel to grace Old Town Key West in over 20 years, it marks a fresh approach to luxury - seamlessly blending the timeless elegance of classic Florida Keys resorts with an understated air of modern glamour. Featuring 96 state-of-the-art rooms on two lush acres of tropical landscaped seclusion, The Marker is a tropical oasis set within a vibrant, free spirited paradise filled with sun, surf, art and culture.

Breathe in the ocean air from your private balcony overlooking the picturesque marina. Step out on to legendary Duval Street, the epicenter of Key West dining and nightlife. Sip refreshing cocktails by one of three sparkling pools, and enjoy the resort's  dazzling combination of iconic conch architecture with eye-grabbing contemporary artworks. Named in honor of the famous mile markers that lead to the southernmost point of the United States, The Marker, a sought-after resort in the Florida Keys, is a new beacon of luxury in the heart of Key West's Old Town.

You've found your ideal getaway. Mark the spot.

The Marker Resort Key West

Upcoming Events

Key West Songwriter’s Festival
Key West Songwriter’s Festival

Join us in welcoming Nashville’s top songwriter’s for a weekend full of music, pool parties, concerts and more. The Marker Waterfront Resort will be hosting two pool parties on property that you won’t want to miss.

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Forts of Key West

Key West’s history can be seen all through the city, from its conch architecture, to the Harry S. Truman Little White House, and more. You may have heard about Key West’s nearby forts as great places to take a day trip or to lay on the beach with the family. In addition, the local fort’s historical significance dates back to when Florida was just becoming part of the United States.

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