Updated May 22, 2018 07:48:53As you know, Amazon is no stranger to Florida Keys.
As we reported last year, they have a brand new resort located in Florida Keys with some of the best vacation spots in the country, including:The Key West hotel, as it was dubbed, is the first of its kind to operate in the region.
We’ve had some great experiences there, and Amazon Key West is one of the more unique resorts we’ve visited in Florida.
The resort is currently under construction and opening to guests in 2019.
We have some details to share on how it will work, but it’s a big deal for hotel chains like Marriott and Hilton who rely heavily on Amazon’s platform.
Hotel chains are trying to figure out how to scale up and operate in Florida with the arrival of a new generation of digital natives.
In fact, it looks like they’re doing everything they can to stay in Florida during the peak vacation season, so they’re not going to miss out on a ton of customers.
In fact, Marriott is moving its flagship hotel from its existing headquarters in Washington D.C. to Orlando, Florida, which is where Amazon Key will now be located.
It will remain a Marriott hotel, but the hotel will now open in 2020, giving it more room for growth.
The KeyWest resort is expected to open by the end of 2019, but some hotels have been working on their own plans to remain in Florida for at least another year.
We reached out to several hotel chains to get their thoughts on the issue, but they were hesitant to share their plans with us.
For Marriott, it’s clear that this is an issue that needs to be addressed.
In a statement, the company said,The company will work closely with its partner, hotel industry experts, and other stakeholders to develop and implement solutions that are best for our guests and the community.
The hotel industry is a key source of revenue for hotels in the United States, and it’s something that’s going to be impacted by Amazon’s arrival in the Keys.
The number of guests staying at hotels in Florida has dropped dramatically over the past few years.
Hotels and travel agents are worried about the impact of Amazon’s expansion on their businesses, as well as the potential for some of their guests to be displaced by the arrival and availability of new digital natives, and they’re trying to find ways to make sure that doesn’t happen.