Bakers Cay Key Largo

Key Largo, Florida Keys

The hotel

Nestled across 13-acres of lush tropical grounds, the Baker’s Cay Resort Key Largo offers impressive panoramic views of the Gulf of Mexico. The hotel’s highlight is the private white sand beach with water sports galore. There are fun-filled activities for everyone to enjoy from tennis or fishing off the hotel pier to lazing by the waterfall in the pool. The Tiki Bar looks after beach bum refreshment needs, while Calusa Restaurant serves up Caribbean and Creole cuisine with a Cajun flair.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Room Service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Wheelchair access
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Beachfront location
  • Tennis
  • Restaurant
  • Sailing

Where is it

In Key Largo, on its own white sand beach. Mile Marker 97, Bayside.

Hotel information

200 rooms and suites on 4 floors in 1 building with 3 lifts. All with private balcony or terrace, air-conditioning, cable TV, in-room films and video games, WiFi, tea/coffee making facilities, safe, hairdryer, iron and board. King Studio Suite with 1 king-size bed and an adjacent seating area with sleeper sofa, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

Hammock View Rooms with views of the tropical foliage canopy from private balcony, with 1 king-size bed and sleeper sofa or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

King Water View Rooms with views of the bay, 1 king-size bed and sleeper sofa, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

Complimentary self-parking. Valet parking $10 (payable locally, subject to change). 6 miles from John Pennekamp Underwater State Park.

Calusa (Caribbean and Creole cuisine, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner), Pool Bar & Grill (sandwiches, snacks and drinks), Los Martires and beach Tiki Bar. Entertainment (seasonal).

2 swimming pools with waterfalls, Jacuzzi, spa and salon, 24-hour fitness centre, sauna, 2 floodlit tennis courts, nature trails, water sports including snorkelling* and sailing*. Bike rental*. Jogging trail. Kids' club. Nearby glass-bottom boat*. Fishing charters*, environmental tours to Everglades*.

Room service*. Gift shop. Concierge desk. Laundry service*. Internet in lobby and WiFi in guest rooms included within resort fee.

This hotel has a resort fee of $38 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change).

Resort fee includes use of the following amenities - Self-parking - Local telephone calls - WiFi - Bicycle rentals - In-room coffee service - Pool and beach services including chairs, towels, umbrellas, beach hammocks and personalised beach attendant service in addition to access to the fitness centre. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

Wheelchair accessible rooms available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance page

* Denotes local charge.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Lovely Anniversary Stay

Oct 19, 2021 BekkaKnowsStuff Saint Louis, Missouri

We had a great experience here for a couple of nights during an anniversary trip. We were upgraded to a Premium Ocean View 1 Bedroom in the hammock wing due to Diamond status. The room and view were great. We spent a lovely morning reading next to (and in) the water on the Hammock Beach and ate in both restaurants several times with great… Read more
We had a great experience here for a couple of nights during an anniversary trip. We were upgraded to a Premium Ocean View 1 Bedroom in the hammock wing due to Diamond status. The room and view were great. We spent a lovely morning reading next to (and in) the water on the Hammock Beach and ate in both restaurants several times with great service. An overall wonderful stay. Read less
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Oct 19, 2021 269caseyl

It is the Keys, so I was not expecting a super fancy polished hotel like the Ritz (although for the price one pays you could actually be staying at a Ritz) so I was not too surprised that the it was more rustic than your normal Curio Hilton but it is The Keys ..... everything there is 'rusticly charming' inlcuding Baker's Cay. The Hammock Beach… Read more
It is the Keys, so I was not expecting a super fancy polished hotel like the Ritz (although for the price one pays you could actually be staying at a Ritz) so I was not too surprised that the it was more rustic than your normal Curio Hilton but it is The Keys ..... everything there is 'rusticly charming' inlcuding Baker's Cay. The Hammock Beach is beautifully shaded, quiet and serene. It is definitely unique The Keys. It was nice to sit inches from the water perfectly shaded by trees. This beach was popular with the couples on romantic getaways. The sandy beach is a good beach for The Keys. There was no problem getting a lounge chair, the hotel was full but there were always chairs on the sandy beach. They have pool noodles and floats you can get, SUPs & Kayaks, fishing rods and lure. There are also anchored floats in the water at this beach. Dry Rock Restaurant has some unique seating that gives beautiful views of the water., like couches and swings. Calusa also has great views with more traditional seating. The resort is full of kids and dogs, this is not necessarily good or bad, just be aware. The walls are thin and the hotel is lively. The hotel has open air hallways but the walls are concrete so sound travels and there is a lot of noise all day and night. We had two adults and two children in our room and when we went to make the pull out bed there were no sheets, pillows or blankets for the pull out. It's an easy oversight, not everyone needs them and it is not unusual to have to call for some. Someone came quickly but they only brought two sheets placed in a plastic bag.... one of which had some sizable holes. No blanket or pillow. They have a neat pineapple hunt. My husband and son were really excited to do it and we found lots of others 'hunting'. You are given a sheet with clues, problem is the pineapples are not there! We asked the Spa and they said there used to be one but they think they staff moves them around. (There are set clues) Either they are missing entirely or they just do not match up to the clues. We could not figure out which..... staff did not seem sure either. I really hope that they can make this clear as they really were having fun with it. Read less
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Oct 17, 2021 Enigma4402

Bakers Cay Resort is the perfect getaway. We stayed for five nights and everything was phenomenal. The entire staff is so very helpful and kind. The food is excellent and I highly recommend the Belgian Waffle at breakfast. A big shout out to the front desk staff, the housekeeping team and everyone who made our stay so enjoyable.
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Oct 14, 2021 jamielen73 Brentwood, Tennessee

Family of four for sport fishing and snorkel trip: 2 adults and 2 teens. We chose this hotel because we trust the Hilton brand and, quite frankly, there are not a lot of chain hotel options in the Keys. We were hoping for accommodations with 2 bedrooms, but since there wasn't an option for that at Baker's Cay, we booked two separate rooms. The… Read more
Family of four for sport fishing and snorkel trip: 2 adults and 2 teens. We chose this hotel because we trust the Hilton brand and, quite frankly, there are not a lot of chain hotel options in the Keys. We were hoping for accommodations with 2 bedrooms, but since there wasn't an option for that at Baker's Cay, we booked two separate rooms. The first room was an oceanfront 2 queen bed room with balcony in the Coconut Wing. It was a spacious room and bathroom with a fabulous view of the water from the balcony. Our second room was also in the Coconut Wing and was a King junior suite with a balcony overlooking a parking lot. This room, ironically, was about $175 per night MORE expensive than the waterfront room and was MUCH SMALLER with no view and a bathroom so tiny and so poorly laid out that I had trouble moving around in at a size 6! The door actually about meets the toilet when open and if you don't want your towel dragging the toilet as you towel off, you best step outside the bathroom to dry off. I would give the cleanliness for both rooms a rushed 6/10 and the overall condition of the rooms a 2/10. In twp words, UPDATE NEEDED! Obviously this is an old hotel that Hilton bought and upgraded at some point, but the focus must have been on the exterior and common areas like the lobby and outdoor space at Dry Rocks, but the rooms need some major attention. Too may dings, scrapes, paint peels, and stained couch cushions to feel clean and new. The common areas like the lobby and game/pool table area are a nice amenity and are well-kept. However, it's the little things like TRASH CANS that would be nice when you are having drinks and snacks while playing pool to not have to go into the restroom to throw something away. Seriously, people leave trash everywhere because there are not enough visible trashcans in the common use areas. Dry Rocks was the highlight of the hotel. The food was SPECTACULAR and the service was prompt and accurate. Love the vegan options! We ate here two nights in a row and had great food both nights. If it had not been for Dry Rocks, we would have given this resort a 1/5 stars. Keep up the good work there- the outdoor ambience and great food are the HIGHLIGHT of this resort! My final observation: This is not a luxury hotel. It has the prices of a luxury hotel, though. That small room with no view totaled a whopping $2000 for three nights. But, luxury? Not a chance. Luxury is the Conrad Hotel by Hilton in Ft. Lauderdale. For roughly the same amount of money spent, you can truly experience luxury and not even feel like you have to wear your flip flops in your room! Next time we want to fish or snorkel the Keys, we will stay at the Conrad in Ft. Lauderdale and make the drive to the Keys. Read less
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Oct 14, 2021 JMS6293 Cincinnati, Ohio

The resort was beautiful, rooms were very nice, and the only thing better than the resort itself, was the staff. I cannot say enough about the staff, from valet, receptionists, the room attendants, to the restaurants, to the pools and beach, to the restaurant, to the catering...they were all great. I am sorry I cannot remember everyone's… Read more
The resort was beautiful, rooms were very nice, and the only thing better than the resort itself, was the staff. I cannot say enough about the staff, from valet, receptionists, the room attendants, to the restaurants, to the pools and beach, to the restaurant, to the catering...they were all great. I am sorry I cannot remember everyone's name. Anna Patterson was fantastic! Read less