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Historic Key West Inns
725 Truman Avenue
Key West, Florida 33040 USA  |  Telephone: 800-549-4430
4.74 - based on 5035 reviews

We had an amazing time from check in to check out. The staff was so helpful and the room was great. The bed is really comfy. The coffee maker was a little tricky but I survived. Coffee was a little strong at breakfast, but that’s a personal choice I’m thinking. I would totally stay here again. Easy walk to everything!!! Hemingways home is a not miss, so many sweet kitties.

By: on April 25, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn

5 / 5


I had a great stay at the Key Lime Inn. All employees were extremely accommodating and were understanding of the wedding that weekend. When I arrived, the check-in staff explained clearly how the wedding block room rate was taken off the bill and we were given everything we needed: map, parking pass, keys, and a welcome bag. It was a great stay, and extra convenient that it was right next to the Chelsea House Hotel where other members of the wedding party were staying. Key Lime Inn was quaint and in a great location for us to walk to all Key West has to offer. Thank you!

By: on April 25, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn

5 / 5


Spent two nights at the Key Lime Inn in April 2016.  Wasn’t happy about the cost of a hotel room in downtown Key West, but immediately forgot about it as we unpacked in our delightful room.  The surroundings of this hotel are secluded from the street so you can enjoy your pool time.  The morning breakfast was healthy and filling. The room was very clean and pleasant.  This is a historic hotel so one of the amenities, like tons of mirrors, aren’t part of the room, but every inch is used efficiently.  The bed was extremely comfortable.  One of the greatest features of the hotel is its location.  You’re two blocks off Duval, yet none of the noise or raucousness interferes with your stay.  Each of the rooms are laid out like like cottages.  The street is residential in appearance with lots of trees.  The staff was extremely pleasant and helpful.  I highly recommend the Key Lime Inn.

By: on April 25, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn

5 / 5


My husband and I visited key west last week with another couple. We stayed 2 nights in two cottages.  The rooms were great and very easy access to everything in Key West.  Gail checked us in and was so friendly!  She brought us a Keirig coffee maker and some coffee pods so we could have coffee in our rooms. Enjoyed our stay.

By: on April 25, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn

5 / 5


I thoroughly enjoyed my stay. Everyone was very hospitable and the property was so clean. Our room was perfect and so spacious! I have told so many people about the place and am already talking about my next stay! Thank you for such a great experience!

By: on April 20, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Lighthouse Court Hotel

5 / 5


This was our first trip to Key West and it couldn’t have been better. The Lighthouse Court Hotel was the perfect place to stay. It is only a quick walk to Duval St and everything is within walking distance. The hotel was well maintained and the staff were friendly. The only recommendation I would make is to have room darkening shades in the rooms. For people who like to sleep in very dark rooms, we found it difficult because the porch lights kept the room fairly lit making for restless nights. Other than that, it was great. I would definitely stay there again.

By: on April 19, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Lighthouse Court Hotel

4 / 5


We had flown down on a Saturday afternoon and were looking forward to a relaxing few days on Key West. After arriving in Miami we got our rental car and started the trek south.  About an hour in we hit standstill traffic. A combination of accidents and a festival in Key Largo turned what should have been a three hour ride into a four and a half hour adventure. Upon our arrival at the Key Lime Inn , we where greeted by a very nice young lady (whose name I have forgotten :( ) whose courtesy and smile made the long drive almost forgettable. We were informed that we were  upgraded to the next level room at no charge. What a pleasant surprise !! The wife and I were stunned !!

We were then ushered to our room (by the same young lady). It was beautiful ! Quiet and cozy yet spacious . It was a very nice way to experience the Keys for the first time. The room was always clean and well kept. We really didn’t want to leave at the end, but had to. The whole experience was wonderful , check in was smooth and welcoming, check out was just as smooth . And I would totally be remiss if I didn’t mention the fact that I asked for extra pillows after I made the reservation and that they were on the bed when we walked into our room after check in !! Would I recommend the Key Lime Inn ? The answer is absolutely !!

I don’t think there is enough space here to type all the good things about our stay but these should help anyone about staying here .

By: on April 18, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn

5 / 5


Stayed 4/5 to 4/7/2016

Our room felt cozy, comfortable and extremely clean. The daily supply of clean towels, organic shampoo, conditioner and body wash is a nice touch. The location is ideal and what makes it great is having the quietness of the area and being steps away from the area’s attractions, restaurants, shops, and night life. The friendly staff and the complimentary drinks that were offered from the nearby bar is a plus. The breakfast is good and something to start the day. A freshly squeezed orange juice, a good coffee and maybe, just maybe a key lime pie for those who don’t mind eating dessert in the morning, would be a good addition, after all it is called Key Lime Inn 😉 I suppose the outside breakfast setting in front of the pool, with the trees and fresh air makes up for it. Overall it was a pleasant and a great place to experience the Historic Key West. We would definitely come back and recommend the Key Lime Inn.

By: on April 17, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn

5 / 5


We really enjoyed our time at the Lighthouse Court Hotel.  It is a quiet piece of paradise in the very busy Key West.  Located, across the street from the Ernest Hemingway House, it is in the perfect location.  Just enough off of Duval street, but close enough to walk to everything.  Staff is friendly and responds to requests very quickly.  The continental breakfast is good and offers more than most hotels.  Make sure you try the cheese and ham stuffed croissants; they are great and made fresh locally.  The pool was larger than we expected and well maintained.  In fact, the whole hotel was pretty and well maintained.  The parking lot they provide is a short walk away and easily accessible.  Overall, our stay was very good and we would definitely return again.

By: on April 15, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Lighthouse Court Hotel

5 / 5


Our very first trip to Key West and it did not disappoint!  After much consideration and not knowing where to stay in Key West, my family and I decided on the Lighthouse Court Hotelfor the week prior to Easter 2016!  This is a fabulous place to enjoy the ambiance of Key West, and the convenience of being one block from Duval Street.  Park your car and Walk everywhere – very easy!

We absolutely loved the room and it was very clean and a comfortable setting:  queen beds, sitting area, large shower / bathroom, and a private patio area for morning coffee or afternoon cocktails.  We were pleasantly surprised to be visited every day by Gary Cooper (the resident master cat) – he was a delight!

We certainly did appreciate the breakfast offerings, which were conveniently located in the patio area where there is also an in-ground pool with plenty of lounge chairs and tables to choose from.   We did take advantage of the pool too.

The entire staff at the Lighthouse:  from the front desk – check-in and check-out were a breeze; to the bartender(s), to the grounds/maintenance crew, and our housekeeping – I can’t say enough complimentary things about them, they were all delightful.  When we asked questions about things to do/go in Key West, whether it was a restaurant, guided tours, beach recommendation – they were all happy to oblige our requests and spot on with their recommendations.

The restaurant recommendations in Old Town were great:  Two Friends, Blue Heaven, Garbo’s Grill, La Tratorria (Vigilio’s); Willie T’s.

We can’t wait to plan our return to Key West!!

P.S.  Loved the roosters too – they did start up around 3 AM (I am told) but they did not bother me a bit.

By: on April 15, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Lighthouse Court Hotel

5 / 5