With its own man-made beach, the Hyatt Key West is one of few resorts where you can dig your toes in the sand, then walk a short distance away to the streets of Old Town. It offers a wide range of water sports, two good restaurants, and fitness amenities—all with an eye toward keeping green. Rooms have an Asian simplicity and lightness, with walk-in showers with rain showerheads, and balconies that overlook the gulf. You'll be pampered with little extras such as down
comforters and fluffy robes. A $20 per night resort fee covers parking, Wi-Fi, and bottled water in the rooms.