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Historic Key West Inns
725 Truman Avenue
Key West, Florida 33040 USA  |  Telephone: 800-549-4430
4.75 - based on 5460 reviews

Our stay was excellent!  My wife and I came for a quick two night stay in late Dec (post XMas) and really enjoyed ourselves.  Continental breakfast helped start the day and the location is just a couple of blocks off Duval!

By: on January 4, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn

5 / 5


Our stay at the Key Lime Inn was amazing!!!  It was such a nice, comfortable place to stay!  The grounds are beautiful.  My husband and I especially enjoyed the plant life and hammock by cottage 14!  It is a perfectly located place…quiet to rest and relax and super close to the action on Duval St.  We enjoyed the pool area and breakfast outside every morning.  What impressed me most about the staff was that they were very friendly, at the same time respectful of your relaxation.  As we were preparing to leave one staff member said, “As long as you are in Key West you are our guest!”  This says a lot about the employee outlook.  We absolutely enjoyed our lovely room.  It was very clean and neat!  I can not wait to return to the island and would definitely stay at Key Lime Inn again!!!

By: on January 3, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn

5 / 5


The hotel was excellent and we liked to stay there. We would recommend Albury Court Hotel to all our friends and we would like to come back one time. Thank you!

By: on January 3, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Albury Court Hotel

5 / 5


We planned our family vacation to Key West over Christmas but on arrival at the original accommodations, they were not what we expected so went in search of one night hotel to figure out what we wanted to do. A quick search of the internet turned up the Albury Court Hotel. What began as a one night stay turned into four wonderful days in Key West. The room was on the top floor so lots of privacy and beautiful views from the rooftop deck that was accessible just across the hall from our room. The entire front desk staff was so easy to work with and always greeted us warmly when we stopped by with any questions. And considering it was Christmas week, it was a great value, as we looked at other properties that cost more and I’m sure they would not have had the amenities and ambience of the Albury Court.

The breakfast each morning by the pool (and roosters & chickens) was relaxing. We loved being away from the Duval St. craziness but still within a few minutes walk. There wasn’t a bad meal during our stay but our favorites were Blue Heaven, Salute! on the Beach and El Siboney (Cuban). We can’t say enough wonderful things about the Albury Court and highly recommend it. It’s on our list for our next Key West visit.

By: on January 3, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Albury Court Hotel

5 / 5


We stayed at the Lighthouse Court Hotel over the holidays.  We loved the location right across from the Hemingway House and within walking distance to all Duval Street has to offer.  The room was well-decorated, and it felt nice that we were really staying in a true historic building.  We also loved meeting the resident cat, Garry.

By: on January 3, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Lighthouse Court Hotel

5 / 5


This is a nice hotel in a great location. Its one of those historic 2-story places that are common in old Key West. Actually seems like they assembled several smaller historic properties into one… part is even across the street. Room was immaculate, very contemporary decor, seemed to have just been redone. Pleasant grounds with a small but nice pool, where complimentary breakfast (good) was served. The buildings are the old frame style buildings, so I guess could be noisy if there were noisy guests, although all was very quiet when we were there.

The desk clerks were pleasant, very helpful, and efficient.

The location is excellent if you are planning to take the boat to Dry Tortugas (We enjoyed it) or other boats/charters from the historic main dock area. Just a 2 block walk from hotel. Easy pleasant walk to the main areas of historic downtown Key West, the “southernmost point in continental US”, other main tourist and entertainment areas.

Parking: Hotel has no onsite parking, but some of the adjacent streets have free “open parking” spaces (Many of the street spaces are reserved for residents with stickers; its plainly marked on the pavement in the parking spaces.) We found a free space right by the hotel and just left ourn car there the whole time we stayed, as its easy to walk around Key West. The desk clerk also can give you a map showing which street spaces nearby are “free/open” and which are reserved for residents.

I would go to this hotel again if I went back to Key West. Price was very reasonable compared to others.

By: on January 2, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Albury Court Hotel

5 / 5


Nice guest house with lovely grounds and pool. The location was quiet but so close to the action of Duval street.

We had a standard room quite small but comfortable, there were other larger rooms and ones with kitchens as well.

Jordan the cat was very welcoming, as was all of the staff.

Breakfast was good as well.

 

By: on January 2, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Merlin Guest House

5 / 5


My husband and I have not been away together for almost 10 years and it was such a wonderful break for the two of us! This was an amazing location and the service and scenery were impeccable! Every morning we had a delicious breakfast with our coffee and the staff was so helpful giving us hints about things to do “off the beaten path” — allowing us to bike around Key West and explore the area around us!  We would highly recommend  the Chelsea House to anyone and look forward to returning back in the near future — will not wait 10 years again for this experience!!!

 

 

By: on January 2, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Chelsea House Hotel

5 / 5


We stayed at Lighthouse Court from December 19-23 on our first visit to Key West. The location was perfect, Hemingway House and The Lighthouse Museum are steps away, you are close to Mallory Square and the Southernmost Point area, Duval Street is one block in front of you, and great restaurants are within a close walk.  I don’t want my description to sound like the hotel is in the middle of too much action because when we where at the pool for some downtime it was very laid back and Mimi the bartender was great. Laura at the front desk was super nice and helped to get us settled in after a long flight/drive. Some of our favorite spots were The Green  Parrot bar, Santiagos for lunch, Blue Heaven for anything, and Casa de Pepe for Cuban food (all within an easy walk, we parked our car when we checked in and did not use it until we left). Thanks for a great stay ! Jim Nadeau.

By: on January 2, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Lighthouse Court Hotel

5 / 5


Lodging in Key West is not inexpensive and for good reason. There is only so much land and it’s a very popular destination–for good reason. We have never visited without wishing we had longer to stay. The Key Lime Inn is a good part of us wanting to stay longer. It`s located in a pleasant part of town but very close to all sorts of activities, restaurants and shopping. Accommodations are clean with an outdoor pool, included deluxe continental breakfast (also outdoors), on-site parking and outdoor seating. Gail at the front desk was very helpful in suggesting and reserving several Key West activities as well as having rental bicycles brought right to us at the inn. Our stay was pleasant and all the staff made us feel welcomed and appreciated. We look forward to returning.

By: on January 1, 2016
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn

5 / 5