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Steve Howey

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Casa Marina, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, is Key West's true luxury destination where Old Town Key West elegance is combined with updated amenities. Conceived by Henry Flagler nearly a century ago, the railroad magnate's vision of grandeur is evident in the resort's dramatic architecture and sprawling grounds. Positioned along the southern edge of the island on more than 1,100 feet of Key West's largest private beach, Casa Marina is in close proximity to the vibrant spots of Duval Street and rich history of Old Town. Offering the finest in resort activities, guests enjoy experiences from a sunset sail with champagne and hors d'oeuvres to water sports including jet ski tours and backcountry kayak excursions. Unique to Casa Marina are sand sculpting workshops led by the resort's resident award-winning sculptor, Marianne van den Broek. As a highly requested activity, guests work together as a cohesive team to create works of art in the sand from elaborate castles to murals. Dedicated beach and pool concierge pamper guests every 90-minutes with surprise-and- delights like smoothies, chilled eucalyptus towels, and sunglass cleanings. Relax in luxury poolside cabanas that are available for rent, complete with a flat screen TV, fresh fruit platter and mini- fridge stocked with waters and soft drinks. Now offering new upgraded packages to tempt your taste buds and enhance your cabana experience. For those seeking ultra-luxe transport to their vacation, Casa Marina is the only hotel in Key West offering private seaplane service to and from its beach. Travelers from Miami to West Palm Beach can sip on a preflight champagne toast before jetting off to the Conch Republic. An in- flight tour will showcase the areas unique coastal environment over Dry Tortugas National Park, mangrove islands, coral reefs, and more.

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