The hotel is on a really nice street right in the thick of things, but still quiet. The staff is great, especially Linda who was very helpful. The rooms are cozy and clean, but be sure to bring your own hangers if you need many of them. Only was a concern for us since we were there for a wedding.
Right down the street from a little natural foods market called Sugar Apple and a block away from crazy Duval Street. We found some nice places like Andy’s Cabana for a burger and a beer during the day and Date and Thyme on Fleming for a healthy breakfast and peaceful patio. Definitely recommend staying here to anyone visiting Key West.By: Charlie Davis on February 9, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Merlin Guest House
5 / 5