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Historic Key West Inns
725 Truman Avenue
Key West, Florida 33040 USA  |  Telephone: 800-549-4430
4.71 - based on 2894 reviews

Just wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed our stay at Chelsea House. Our room was so quaint and just what we hoped for in our Key West experience! We loved our room and the check in and check out process was so easy. The staff was very friendly! Thanks again for such a great stay!

By: on March 9, 2015
Hotel Reviewed: Chelsea House Pool & Gardens

5 / 5


This was our first time in Key West. We are use to traveling, know what we like and are sometimes referred to by our friends as “hard to please” or “pickey”. From the first person we encountered at the front desk, everyone was very friendly and professional. Our room was just right…..it fit our needs, was bright and cheerfull, clean, confortable, and up to date. The location of the Key Lime Inn was perfect and gave us great access to things we wanted to see.

Thank you for an enjoyable stay at Key West.

By: on March 9, 2015
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn

5 / 5


We spent 2 nights at this hotel. The hotel manager, Danielle, was very helpful. She helped us with the luggage and gave us couple of restaurant names to try which turned out to be very good. The breakfast was very good and the room was quite large with adequate storage drawers and huge bath with standing shower. The location was excellent, walking distance to Duval street and Mallory Square. We parked the car at the municipal garage 4 blocks away and walked every where. Overall had a very enjoyable stay.

By: on March 9, 2015
Hotel Reviewed: Cypress House Hotel

5 / 5


Our stay at the Key Lime Inn from March 4th through March 8th was fantastic. We had originally booked our stay starting on the 5th, but due to forecasted weather issues at home, we called to see if we could check in a day early and the reservation staff was extremely accommodating and was able to get us in. We arrived and were checked in quickly. The room was very nice, with a king size bed, mini fridge and patio. Overall the grounds of the Inn and the pool were great. We definitely would recommend this Inn. Everything was great and it’s very conveniently located to all the attractions in Key West. We can’t wait to come back!

 

By: on March 9, 2015
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn

5 / 5


WOW! Hated to leave this charming and friendly Inn. Everyone on staff was so laid back and helpful. My husband and are both “senior” citizens and ALL of the assistance was greatly appreciated. (Baggage handling, house keeping staff, TV operation, breakfast buffet service, by the way….the buffet was great).
We have stayed at 3 of their Historic Key West Inns hotels , but Lighthouse Court in our favorite because we can sit on our front porch and view Whitehead street and Hemingway House. We posted a picture of the “View from our front porch” on Facebook (which was awesome) and everyone wanted to know where we were…so ..we told them thay should come on down to Key West and stay at the Lighthouse Court!

We’ll definitely be back next year (God Willing) and will request our favorite front porch room. Our favorite place to visit is “The Bull” because the singer, Yankee Jack, knows all the nostalgic songs plus his own cheeky ones and he really interacts with the patrons. Plus, they always remember us year to year. We can take the bicycle peds to get where we want to go, shop, and we even got tatoos!!! What more can I say! A “FUN” place to spend time away from the northern cold and do something out of the ordinary!

By: on March 9, 2015
Hotel Reviewed: Lighthouse Court Hotel

5 / 5


We were very happy with checking in and out.  The room was nice and we had everything we needed.  Would defiantly recommend.

Thanks

By: on March 9, 2015
Hotel Reviewed: Albury Court Hotel

5 / 5


Loved the location–just one block away from the party that is Duval St, but still quiet at night. I was also impressed by the corn hole courts. It’s too bad my wife doesn’t play.

The room (C2) was perfectly functional. It wasn’t the kind of room you want to stay in all day, but why would you want to on Key West! It was clean and well maintained. If there was one thing it needed, it’s either a small folding table or shelves near the bed. I like to keep a glass of water nearby when I sleep, but there was no place for me to keep my bottle. (My wife was the smart one and took the side of the bed next to the floor while I got the side with the wall.)

Staff was very helpful and courteous.

By: on March 9, 2015
Hotel Reviewed: Lighthouse Court Hotel

4 / 5


Boyfriend and I booked the trip on a whim a month prior to the arrival. Most of the city was booked when we came across Albury Court. Hesitant to book a B&B as I had never stayed at one and the price was significantly lower than all the others – which had me curious – coming from the hotel business myself you can be a bit skeptical – all of my properties were booking during this week but that is a good thing – we found this gem.

It was a lovely location on Eaton just a short walk or scooter ride to Duval and even closer to the marina. We were the last to check in and still received our request to be near the pool. The woman at the desk (blonde lady) was more than helpful. Gave us all sorts of coupons and maps as we traveled here for the first time. Room was clean and modern. Only suggestion would be to add a full length mirror somewhere – we ladies would appreciate this. :).

Breakfast was a full spread of coffees and juices with eggs and Danishes (croissants and local bagels). Nothing to get overjoyed about but it was a complimentary breakfast – no complaints here. Very convenient for scooter parking right out front of the property. Referred to family members who will be staying here.

By: on March 9, 2015
Hotel Reviewed: Albury Court Hotel

5 / 5


An enjoyable place to stay. Central to a lot of what the place called paradise has to offer. Very peaceful quiet room and atmosphere enjoyed the pool and how relaxing it was. I will be coming back to key west soon and hope to stay here or at one of their other hotels.

By: on March 9, 2015
Hotel Reviewed: Chelsea House Pool & Gardens

5 / 5


Conveniently located on Route 1, or Truman Avenue, I was concerned about street noise. However, those fears were unfounded. The parking lot and the lush landscape block the noise from the street.

A feature setting this Inn apart from the other beautiful, historic accommodations is the “cottages.” These charming, two-room buildings make a refreshing change from the typical hotel, and also make for a more tranquil setting, with the noise from adjoining guests is only possible on one side instead of four. The pathways around the property are packed mulch, so very quiet and in keeping with the natural area.

The pool is not huge; it’s appropriate for the size of the hotel and has a comfortable area, including lots of shade and tables for socializing. In the pool, there is a ledge running around the inside, just below the water level, which is perfect for sitting or lying, and staying cool.

The staff are gracious and helpful, but allow you your privacy too. Any request was handled immediately, and they were all quietly attentive to an elderly relative, which was so kind.

The wooden rooms are large with high, vaulted ceilings, fans, dark wood floors, plantation shutters on the windows and complimentary furnishings. The king bed was very comfy, and the extra modern conveniences are there too–fridge, plugs in the bedside lights for charging electronics, along with the expected TV etc. The bathroom has a big shower, and the single sink  has a large top for two people’s possessions. Some rooms have a porch off them, and there are sitting areas scattered on the property–the tree bench is a wonderful sport to swing and watch the world go by.

The Inn a convenient location for exploring the island as it’s near bike rentals and the historical trolly and train. I recommend the train over the trolly. You will learn a great deal about the history and architecture, and come away with a good understanding of Key West. The train is not as closed in as the trolley, and is slower-paced as it doesn’t tear around the outside of the island. It’s a more intimate experience of Key West.

A trip to the Dry Tortugas National Park, in a sea plane is back on my bucket list. It’s not cheap, so we opted for half a day. It’s a day trip, no question. The snorkeling is excellent; you can go around the fort itself in the water, there are migrating birds and white beaches. There is also lots of shade in the fort. Take food and drink, as there is none in the park.

Restaurants abound, and we didn’t have a bad meal. The menus are what they read, in our experience.

I was surprised by the calibre of accommodations and food in Key West, we shall be back, and I probably stay at the Key Lime Inn again–I don’t think I could improve upon it.

By: on March 9, 2015
Hotel Reviewed: Key Lime Inn

5 / 5