Key West Meetings
Margaritaville Key West Resort and Marina understands in business, it is the small details that make the difference in performance and productivity. This is the reason why we take great pride in being one of the best Key West meeting hotels by providing the best possible accommodations down to the last detail, so you can focus on your meeting.
We offer 16,000 square feet of flexible indoor or outdoor meeting space, and nine breakout rooms. Our signature Truman Ballroom can accommodate up to 300 attendees. The scenic waterfront pier creates a remarkable backdrop for corporate receptions or extravagant weddings.
at a glance
Largest Meeting Room: 3,850 sq. ft
Largest Meeting Room Sitting Capacity: 240 people
Smallest Meeting Room: 180 sq. ft.
Smallest Meeting Room Sitting Capacity: 10 people
We feature several small meeting venues that are perfect for small gatherings or intimate receptions.
Ideal Meeting Size: 10 - 25
- Dewey Boardroom features granite tabletop, windows, and balconies
- Sunrise has natural light and windows and no airwalls
- Bravo Boardroom makes a nice office for large groups
With over 16,000 square feet of meeting and event space, our flexible rooms can accommodate up to 300 guests.
Ideal Meeting Size: 25 - 200
- Can accommodate 200 attendees in a classroom style and 300 for a reception
- 10,000 square feet of outdoor waterfront space great for corporate dinners and weddings
- Team-building opportunities on property and within walking distance from resort
Our beautiful Sunset Deck is the perfect spot to hold a late night reception or event.
Ideal Meeting Size: 10 - 150
- We are on the open waterfront overlooking the harbor, where you can catch sailboats breeze by and enjoy some spectacular sunsets
- Our menu features Caribbean-inspired cuisine using locally sourced ingredients such as our Key West Pink Shrimps, popular conch fritters, and hogfish which is caught by spearfishermen
- Key West is the "American Caribbean" and the outdoor pier provides an authentic experience of this island-life culture