Explore the many adventures near our Biscayne Bay hotel
The southern-most barrier island of the U.S., Key Biscayne is a seven-mile stretch of paradise just east of the Miami mainland and south of Miami Beach. Largely undeveloped until 1947, when the Rickenbacker Causeway was built to connect the island to Miami, Key Biscayne is now easily accessible, yet it maintains a quiet ease that distinguishes it from its louder neighboring communities with its beautiful nature preserves, shopping villages, pristine beaches and rich history.
The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami is the only luxury hotel on the island bay and lies down the street from Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. Other favorite Miami attractions, including Miami Metro Zoo, Jungle Island, Miami Museum of Science & Planetarium and the renowned South Beach, are just a short drive away.
To find more information about nearby activities at or around our Miami hotel, please see the Calendar of Events.