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: Gordon K on January 2, 2016
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5 / 5