This 17-acre bayside resort has plenty of diversions, from diving to parasailing to a day spa. Given all that, the pool still rules, so a stroll to the tiki bar could well be your most vigorous activity of the day. The resort's lemon-yellow facade exudes an air of warm, indolent days. This isn't the poshest chain hotel you've ever encountered, but it's fresh looking and suitably tropical in style. Some of the best rooms and suites offer sunset views. Yes, they have a beach, but like most beaches in the Keys, it's not very exciting.