We came into Key West an hour before check in at 3:00 and while our room was not quite ready, we were assured by Michaell and Kezzy that it would be available at 3:00 and “would we like to have a complimentary drink down the street at a sister hotel?” Easy directions and a short stroll to get a refreshing Mojito from Nick – definitely a nice introduction to the Key West ambience. When we got back, our Superior Cottage (Cabin 17) was waiting for us in pristine condition with inviting punches of Key West’ color – pale aqua walls, dark floors and lime green and white bedding. We were initially concerned that the Truman Avenue location would be noisy, but the shaded plantings and setback cottages provided a perfect buffer zone every night.
The Key Lime Inn had an ideal location for walks to the beach, up and down Duval, or late afternoon strolls to Mallory Square; abundant 4 and 5 star Yelp rated restaurants were located in every direction within a few blocks. We had a very active three days in Key West and each time we returned to our room we found everything freshened up for us. On our last night, we went to Mangia Mangia for homemade pasta and Kezzy was sweet enough to print a coupon for us that I had seen on their web-site. Other staff members provided discreet, unobtrusive service at breakfast and the grounds were constantly being tidied; the front desk staff were consistently charming and helpful. Thank you for such a beautiful introduction to Key West!By: Susan Putman on January 19, 2015
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn
5 / 5