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April 20, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Hawks Cay Resort in Duck Key, Florida

There is an idyllic place that awaits in the magnificent Florida Keys. With the topical allure of a far-flung paradise - yet a location that is easy to reach by car, boat or plane - Hawks Cay Resort on the island of Duck Key is a fantastic vacation destination. Accommodations are set in a series of villages, each with its own style of rooms and amenities to perfectly suit your needs. Elegant 2- and 3-bedroom villa homes in Sanctuary Village feature private pools and spacious floor plans, resort rooms and suites offer refined style and upscale amenities just steps from the beach and pools, and Harbor Village is the ideal spot for cruising the boardwalk and taking advantage of dock and boating activities. Additional villas are set along the coast in Sunset Village, close to the spa and fitness center, and the relaxed rooms of Marina Village boast screened-in lanais and private balconies. Regardless of your chosen spot, Hawks Cay Resort provides everything you need, from marble bathrooms and flat-panel televisions, to ocean breezes and glorious sunsets.

Ready to dive in head first? Hawks Cay Resort has experiences worthy of lifelong memories, fit just to your liking. Offshore, reef and back-country flats fishing excursions are available, including the trusty service of expert local guides on the resort's fleet of well-equipped vessels. Those looking for an even more hands-on approach can go scuba diving with a professional team, or take advantage of Hawks Cay Resort's exclusive Dolphin Connection, offering an opportunity to swim with bottle-nose dolphins in an ocean-fed saltwater lagoon. When it comes to water sports, the resort is thoroughly equipped for everything from kayaking, snorkeling, wake boarding and kite boarding, to parasailing, waterskiing and sunset boat cruises. An array of on-site restaurants are ready to feed your hunger from days in the sun, with island flavors and fresh cuisine in a range of pleasing settings. The casual Beach Grill offers American fare, beachy cocktails and music, while Alma is a refined dining experience worthy of a perfect romantic dinner. There is truly something for everyone, from taste to time well spent, at the fantastic Hawks Cay Resort.

Location of Hawks Cay Resort

61 Hawks Cay Blvd., 33050, Duck Key, Florida

Nearest Airport: MIA

Amenities for Hawks Cay Resort

  • General Information
  • 341 Rooms and Villas
  • Dining
  • 5 Restaurants
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Gift Shop
  • Fitness Center
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Gazebo
  • Tennis Courts
  • Lounge
  • Laundry Facilities
  • 5 Outdoor Pools
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Tennis
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Parasailing
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Jet Skiing
  • Boating
  • Business
  • Conference Facilities
  • Family
  • Kids Pool
  • Kids Club
  • Teen Activities
  • Nearby
  • Marina
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Family
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Hawks Cay Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Of course its not cheap. The rooms are good but nothing out of the world. The service is good. Very nice people overall. The views of the resorts are beautiful. Very good amount of activities for kids and adults. The spa was good, expensive but ok. Overall it's a good spot. Pricey food but quality was good. It's overall one of those places where you know you are spending a lot of money but you feel its worthy. Not a fan of dolphins in captivity but I won't go there, I am reviewing the hotel, not here to talk about if we should keep animals enclosed. I will definitely come back. Very good experience. We had an amazing time.

Jeney G - Miami, Florida


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

There are already some great tips on this place here. One I did not see was regarding the Sunset Pool. The main pool is INSANITY. If you want a little bit more serenity, find this hidden gem of a pool. Not crowded and very scenic. Plus a big iguana hang out!

Vicki S - Charlotte, North Carolina


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Rented sunset townhouse which had a pool for those town homes which was nice sense we were close but if you were at the other end it would suck. Kid club was alright the mini golf area dated but the rest was great for verity of ages. Main pool and lagoon was a busy area all the time. Over priced drinks example 2-Margaritas and 3-virgin strawberry daiquiris cost $50 dollars with out tip. Some drinks up to $28 dollars for one. Restaurants did not have that great of food especially for the price. We spent $150 for five of us and you hope for a better quality food for that price. If planning activities at marina recommended to do ahead of time. I didn't not knowing what to expect and nothing was available. The room was dated and ice machine in fridge broken. Rooms need to be updated but seem very clean. House keepers seemed very nice. Would go back with children but not as couples.

Rick H


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

The pictures of the rooms on the Hawks Cay website look lovely so I booked a trip. Beware this is not the case! The first room (2bdrm Marina villa (condo) I checked into, although very large and spacious- was VERY smelly and musty and decorated very poorly....very outdated nothing at all like the pics on the website. The people at the front desk were nice and helpful in trying to find a different room. I looked at 3 additional rooms and It was pretty much more of the same, although other rooms did smell a little better they all had grimy sofas chipped paint on the doors and moldings and none of them had the pretty beds shown on the website. They said the units are individually owned so you don't know what you are going to get. If you have low to average expectations more like a "Holiday Inn" than you will be fine. I expected them to look like the website! The Amenities seemed nice and my lunch in the very short time I was there while waiting for my room, was good and service was great. I ended up leaving and they refunded my deposit which was nice. Next time maybe I'll try a private home, the lady at the front desk said those are really nice. I ended up staying at a different "Inn" down the way and it is a lot cuter of a resort with clean, nicely decorated rooms (2 bdrm condo as well for close to the same price)

Jill C - Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Stayed at this resort for six days with my husband and daughter. It is very pricey but for the money it is somewhat outdated. For example the pool areas are nice but they could use a facelift and you'll notice cracked tiles and areas that need repairs. We stayed in the main resort and the room was clean. I always take off the bedding and take a flashlight to search for bedbugs. The good news was I found nothing just some dust. The drapes were somewhat dirty and the carpeting should be taken up and replaced. The artwork in the bathroom had a big crack in it. Just little things like that make things look shabby. The bathroom was long and narrow and quite awkward. They have a round tub and a shower overhead of it you have to climb in about 2 1/2 feet to get inside the tub to get a shower. If you had mobility issues you would not be able to do it. Also the toilet is right up against the enclosed tub and shower so if you have to use the toilet basically your head is banging off the glass shower enclosure. I was glad I read a previous trip adviser review because they stated they hold $200 on your credit card each day you are at the resort. I explained to the front desk staff that we would be using cash so they did agree to only hold $200 on our card total. The staff are primarily Jamaican and very nice and friendly especially Ava from housekeeping. The gift shop is extremely high. They charge four dollars for a bottled water so if you can it would be better to get a rental car and buy bottled water at the local Kmart or Wynn-Dixie. The resort is at a great location in the middle of the keys it did seem safe. The Wi-Fi was OK but when we were at the Coral Cay pool there was no wi-fi. There is a tram that runs every 15 minutes to take you to different spots on the resort which was very convenient. You can self park in a very small area but it is tough to find a parking spot so you were almost forced to use valet parking. Our housekeeper was very nice and I did not mind leaving money but I thought it was tacky that the resort gives you an envelope to put housecleaning keeping tips in. They do have some scheduled activities throughout the day and evening. Most of the time due to lack of participation these activities did not occur. We did participate in making Smore's at the fire pit. Staff told everyone just to take one and they only gave you two small graham crackers the size of a cracker and a small marshmallow and a micro piece of chocolate. Not very classy. I have mixed feelings I think this is a convenient resort that has good potential but just needs some updates we probably would not stay here again.

Rachaelannf


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