In the midst of the presidential election, Key West spa and spa bar The Key West will open its doors for the first time in over 50 years, to celebrate the first anniversary of the company’s relaunch.
The company, which has been a popular destination for tourists since its inception in the mid-1800s, was founded by John W. Keating in the early 1920s.
It quickly became a destination for the wealthy and famous and was known for its lavish parties, as well as the luxury spa.
Key West Spa has always been known for the party, and the resort is known for it.
But now, the resort will once again be known as Key West, the company said.
The resort has been undergoing a significant renovation, and this is the first in its 70-year history, according to the company.
The new decor is an effort to show the guests what the resort’s atmosphere and lifestyle were like in the 1920s, said Michael J. Waring, the senior vice president and general manager of the resort.
The new decor includes a “wonderful collection of art and decor that we think will appeal to all tastes and preferences, including the most discriminating visitors,” he said.