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The Reach, A Waldorf Astoria Resort — and Key West, for that matter — is a good place to visit no matter the season. Summer is less crowded with tourists, which means you won’t have to fight for beach space or a pool lounge chair. Plus, you can celebrate the Fourth of July by watching fireworks from the luxury hotel’s private beach or pier. However, winter brings relief from the heat and humidity.
Key West always has events on its calendar. Over Labor Day weekend, BrewFest offers more than 150 beers for tasting. In October, Fantasy Fest draws in tourists who want to celebrate Key West’s version of Mardi Gras. Then there are the holidays — it’s hard to beat a warm-weather climate at Christmas. And January brings the Key West Food and Wine Festival to town.