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Wellness Factors

  • Fruit Trees On Property

    Fruit Trees On Property

  • Organic Herb Garden on Property

    Organic Herb Garden on Property

  • Vegan Food Options

    Vegan Food Options

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Green Features

  • Bee Program

  • Recycle Program

  • EV Stations

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Community Impact

  • Local Artisan Products

    Keez Beez Honey

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Bask in tropical beach vacation vibes in the Dive Capital of the World, Key Largo. 

The Setting

Baker’s Cay is the best of all Florida Keys’ worlds, with its 14 acres of lush terrain set to the crystal-clear, tropical waters of the Upper Keys: Key Largo. Tropical vibes run throughout the property, from the tiki bar on the hotel’s private, secluded beach to the resort pools situated below palm trees and flowing waterfalls.

Sleep and Sanctuary

200 rooms, each with their own private balconies, sit above verdant tropical trees and afford views of either the resort’s tropical grounds or sparkling Florida Bay. All accommodations are a combination of modern perks, like 50-inch HDTVs and complimentary Wi-Fi, and thoughtful amenities, like locally sourced bath products.

Eat. Pray. Eat.

Baker’s Cay Resort’s dining program is reflective of its Florida Keys location, including the Cajun and Caribbean-inspired Calusa. Dry Rocks beachside restaurant and bar (with swings to boot), pool bar, and tiki bar that's directly on the beach. What’s more, while you can enjoy the resort’s expansive room service menu from in your room, you can also dine poolside or even on the beach.

  • Calusa, the resort’s main restaurant, sits perched above the canopy below and crystal-clear waters of the Keys beyond. Calusa is perfect for a romantic sunset dinner of Cajun and Caribbean flavors, while breakfast features a European continental breakfast.
  • Dry Rocks is Baker’s Cay Resort’s casual outdoor dining escape, where you can enjoy its signature ceviche and tacos paired with tequila, while enjoying live music ring through the salty, breezy air.
The Art of Destressing
  • Unwind poolside at either of Baker’s Cay Resort’s two outdoor pools, where you can also enjoy an outdoor massage. Continue your moments of zen in the resort’s state-of-the-art fitness center, complete with a sauna and whirlpool.
  • Baker’s Cay Resort’s beachfront location means that the Upper Keys are your oyster with activities like snorkeling, fishing, paddleboarding, jet skiing, and parasailing. Unique to the resort is the once-in-a-lifetime experience of swimming with dolphins.   


  • Bar Lounge

  • Restaurant

  • Beachfront

  • Pool

  • Fire Pits on Property

  • Pet Friendly

  • Salon

  • Family Friendly

  • EV Station

  • Nature Lookouts

  • Non-Smoking

  • Library

  • Sundries

  • Yoga Programs

  • Parking

  • SUP- Stand Up Paddle Boarding

  • Handicap Accessible

  • Garden Lounge

  • Public Transportation

  • Minibar

  • Mini Fridge

  • Business Center

  • Ipod Dock

  • Kitchenette

  • Conference Halls

  • Gym

  • Kids Camp

  • Valet

  • Entertainment

  • Complimentary WiFi


Baker’s Cay Resort features guestrooms that include king rooms with a queen sofa bed, queen rooms with a reading nook and grande water view rooms with either a king bed or two queen beds with water and sunset views. All rooms come with an illy coffeemaker, 50-inch HDTV with on-demand movies, mini refrigerator, and private balcony.


Suites include all of the advantages of guestrooms, but with more space and bells and whistles, like a living area, sofa bed and additional HDTV. Some suites include options like a wrap-around balcony, full kitchen and Roman tub.

  • Check In
    4 p.m.
  • Check Out
    11 a.m.
Kind Eats and Drinks
  • Jumpstart your day with an acai bowl and smoothie at Gratitude Watersports Café, which is part café with tons of wellness options and part paddleboard shop 
  • Eco Eats, like it sounds, is your local source for a healthy, eco-friendly restaurant, offering sandwiches and salads 
  • Order the Sweet Potato Burger, and if daring enough, the sweet potato fries on the side, at Sal’s Ballyhoo’s, a seafood restaurant with numerous vegan and vegetarian options 
Conscious Culture
Mindful Adventures
  • Gratitude, mentioned above, is where you can rent, or buy, paddleboards to paddle the Florida Keys’ beautiful waters 
  • Take a unique boat tour of Everglades National Park, or sunset cruise, with Captain Sterling 
Do Good for the Day
Be Kind to Yourself
97000 Overseas Hwy, Key Largo, FL 33037
By plane
  • 65 miles from Miami International Airport (MIA)
By Automobile
  • Self-parking is included in the resort feet, or there's valet for $10 per night.


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