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Florida Keys’ Tranquility Bay Resort’s Unique Beach Houses Make It Easy To Play Safe

For hotels whose facilities naturally have social distancing measures built-in, reopening may come easier. That may prove true for Tranquility Bay Resort—a palm-lined paradise, which  reopened on June 1. The Florida Keys property offers unique standalone beach houses, each of which has a private entrance. With 12 acres of lush grounds, including a 2.5-acre private white sand beach, onsite watersports, three pools and its new Safety & Well-being Promise which highlights the measures it has taken to ensure the safety, peace and privacy is a guarantee at Tranquility Bay.

“Tranquility Bay’s open-air public spaces and uniquely private beach houses provide the perfect solution for guests concerned about safety and well-being while wanting to get away,” says General Manager, Bob Bauersachs, “With private entrances and no public hallways or elevators, our customers appreciate this peace of mind.”

The standalone 2- and 3-bedroom beach houses with private entrances are ideal for couples, families and small groups traveling together. The beach houses feature fully-equipped kitchens, living rooms and porches with water or oceanfront views that step right onto the beach. To accommodate all guest needs, the resort’s Butterfly Café offers indoor dining, an outdoor open-air patio or takeout food to be enjoyed in your private beach house. The outdoor beachfront tiki bar is open and offers a brand new lunch menu of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, pizzas and desserts.

With onsite activities guest can enjoy Wave Runner tours, paddle boarding, kayaking, beach volleyball and a putting green. “Our guests can be completely apart from the crowd and still see the most remarkable sunsets and enjoy amazing Florida Keys activities,” said Bauersachs.” The resort can arrange reef trips, private charters and sunset cruises.

Tranquility Bay is located 90 miles south of Miami (a 2-hour drive) and 45 miles north of historic Key West — making it a great road trip for those traveling Highway 1 through the Florida Keys. For more information, visit www.tranquilitybay.com.

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