Welcome To The Historic Key West Inns Boutique Hotels
SUNSHINE, SWEAT & SERENITY
Good morning from Key West! The sun is already shining and we are ready for another day of cleaning up the hotels and feeling sticky. We’re all saying that we are losing a bunch of sweat calories too!
We now have about 25% of our staff back on the island and some will be staying at the hotels until we can help them find other homes because theirs are now gone. We’re looking forward to having everyone back again soon.
Danielle and some of the housekeepers at our Key Lime Inn say hi in the picture below and Jose has been working hard clearing tree debris. Soooo much stuff to put into bags. Whew!
The airport is now open for commercial traffic, but the Sheriff has asked that visitors not yet come to the Keys in order to give the residents some time to put their, and our, own lives back together.
So many good things are happening in town too. We now have power in most places and full water pressure, although the boil water order is still in effect. The local Publix is stocked and even though the lines are long, thinking about getting meat for a burger keeps us standing in it!
The Monroe County Firefighters, many community partners and all of the volunteers here working to bring electricity to the Keys are truly amazing. A friend sent us the shot of the bucket extending out from the bridge.
It has been quiet in Mallory Square as we watch the sun set in the evenings but the sense of serenity has been inspirational. Until next time.
Hello from Key West & Fred and Wilma who are both standing strong on the old 7 mile bridge after Irma!! We have a feeling that they’re really going to go all out for this year’s Christmas decorations! We wanted to give you an update on all that is happening at our hotels and in Key West.
Our hotels are currently filled with people working for many different groups carrying out the recovery efforts and we are VERY happy to give them a place to relax at night after their very long shifts and a comfy bed to catch up on their sleep. There’s lots of snoring going on.
Most locations in Key West now have power and cell service. As of today, Key West has water 24/7. Yippie!!
Residents of all the Keys are now being allowed in to start the recovery work on their own homes and businesses, although we don’t have enough resources available yet to bring visitors in.
All in all, things are happening quickly and we’re all in good spirits working together with everyone in town to bring Key West back to her lively, funky, fun and relaxing self. Every day it gets better and better and we are very thankful to all the heroes and heroines who have come here to help.
We are still hoping to re-open for guests by the 1st of October and you can check for real-time room availability for arrival dates after October 1st using the green Book Now button on the left or call our central reservations office at 800.549.4430, open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m..
Thank you all for the many kind messages of concern and support following Hurricane Irma. We are all still in shock and feeling bruised and battered, but like our beautiful Southernmost Point marker, we will be welcoming you back to our Key West island hotels soon.
Irma Impact Update
We have good news to report. Damage from Irma throughout Key West was lighter than expected. As soon as essential services (water, electricity, phone and internet) are restored and the roads are opened, our team is prepared to clean-up and re-open our Historic Key West Inns hotels. As of this writing, we hope to re-open by October 1st.
Please use the green ‘Book Now’ button on the left side of the website to check real-time availability for arrival dates after October 1st or call our central reservations office at 800.549.4430, open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Reservations & Deposits
Guests holding reservations can rest assured that your deposits are protected as we look forward to assisting with your reservations as soon as possible. Reservation deposits that were established for the closure period will be automatically refunded as soon as our systems are restored and our bank partners can facilitate the transactions.
Stylish, modern design meets Key West architectural charm at our 6 boutique hotels in the heart of Old Town, Key West. All of our hotels are walking distance to the infamous Duval street to enjoy a fun night on the town and far enough away to relax and unwind in the quiet ambiance of the hotels’ grounds.
At our Historic Key West Inns hotels we offer guests a uniquely refreshing experience, leaving little to be desired. You can always expect a warm welcome, well-appointed accommodations, and unparalleled Key West ambiance.
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