Making a comeback
Group meetings and incentive events are coming back to the Florida Keys and Key West. The 125-mile-long island chain offers endless open spaces on land and sea, with blue water activities—seamlessly blending work with play—and unconventional ways to reconnect with business colleagues and new friends.
“Creatively styled and enhanced outdoor venues throughout the Keys continue to be unveiled as we all look forward to reconnecting and renewing with business opportunities,” said Jack Meier, group sales manager for the Keys’ Monroe County Tourist Development Council.
Six airlines—American, Delta, JetBlue, Silver, United and Allegiant—operate more than 20 nonstop routes to Key West International Airport, which is adding a new $80 million terminal targeted for completion in October 2024.
The area also offers a wide range of accommodations for meeting and event planners and their guests. From northern Key Largo’s private Ocean Reef Club to Baker's Cay Resort Key Largo, a Curio Collection by Hilton, to the ultraluxe Little Palm Island Resort & Spa situated on a secluded private island off Little Torch Key—there is something for everyone.
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