We stayed for two nights at Authors Guesthouse. Since we are a family of 5 we had two rooms (Wilder and Audobon) that were connected. The guesthouse is very nice and in good shape. A little oasis it is. We felt very comfortable and everything from Duval St over Mile 0 to Hemmingway and Southern Most Point can be reached by foot. Only the breakfeast is somewhat reduced.
“First time to stay at a B&B.” 5 of 5 starsReviewed 2 days ago NEW NO way could I ever stay at another B&B and NOT compare it with the excellent visit we had at Marrero's. We stayed three nights in the huge Savannah room and loved every minute of it! Our room was kept clean with fresh towels whenever needed and offered many ammenities. Hairdryer, soap, conditioner, shampoo and refridgerator are all in the room. The ladies would get us reservations at the drop of a hat and it was so much fun enjoying their company over our very busy happy hours. They were so popular that the second evening we were there, five couples sat, stood and brought in extra chairs for an hour of fun conversation before finding our way out for the evening. Fun, fun memories. The day we arrived from the KW Express we arrived into town around noon and took our luggage directly to Marrero's where they stored it for us in a locked closet while we ate lunch. Got back around 1:30 and were allowed to check in early so that we could enjoy the pool before going out for the evening. On the day we left we also locked our luggage in the closet as the boat did not leave until five. This is a huge bonus. Location is Excellent!! Marrero's is just a half block off Duval St. so late night walks home were easily done. Thank You Sally and Jen. Can not wait to be Repeat Offenders!
I stayed at this wonderful place during July 4th weekend, one of the busiest weekends in Key West. The place was quiet and very accommodating. My favorite part of this bed and breakfast is that you can rent bicycles for $10/day to ride around the island - very much suggest this!! This is my third time returning to this bed and breakfast and I cannot imagine staying anywhere else when I visit the beautiful island of Key West. Thank you again.
My wife and I spent the 4th of July weekend at this fine establishment. We arrived a bit early and our room wasn't ready yet, so the staff offered to secure our luggage for us while we began our first experience with Key West. We were given a short tour of the establishment and an explanation of the amenities and services. In short, we found the establishment very clean and neat, which was a welcome change from other places we have been. With regards to the staff, we found them all very to be friendly and helpful, even to the point of bringing us happy hour drinks at the pool! As a side note, we had the opportunity to meet the owners, Otilia and Terry, quite by accident at the pool. We talked with them for a couple of hours over cocktails at the pool. Very friendly people! We will definitely be back on our next trip to Key West and highly recommend anyone to stay here when in Key West!
We had such a great stay and experience at 'Southernmost Point Guest House". The neighborhood is so safe, lovely and live. It is very convenient and accessible to lot of good restaurants, activities rentals, water and beach. The guest house staff is very friendly, courteous and helpful to provide needed service and information. This guest house is very well arranged from inside with lot of bushes, sitting area around house and also free parking for tenants. Also rooms were excellently arranged, decorated and clean with new fresh smell. You get everything in room to stay overnight. One more important thing is their breakfast. They have fresh fruits, scrambled eggs, breads, cereals, coffee, tea, milk, cake etc. The quality of breakfast is so good. I would definitely stay there again and would recommend anyone to get the wonderful staying experience in heart of key-west. Namaste !
NO way could I ever stay at another B&B and NOT compare it with the excellent visit we had at Marrero's. We stayed three nights in the huge Savannah room and loved every minute of it! Our room was kept clean with fresh towels whenever needed and offered many ammenities. Hairdryer, soap, conditioner, shampoo and refridgerator are all in the room. The ladies would get us reservations at the drop of a hat and it was so much fun enjoying their company over our very busy happy hours. They were so popular that the second evening we were there, five couples sat, stood and brought in extra chairs for an hour of fun conversation before finding our way out for the evening. Fun, fun memories. The day we arrived from the KW Express we arrived into town around noon and took our luggage directly to Marrero's where they stored it for us in a locked closet while we ate lunch. Got back around 1:30 and were allowed to check in early so that we could enjoy the pool before going out for the evening. On the day we left we also locked our luggage in the closet as the boat did not leave until five. This is a huge bonus. Location is Excellent!! Marrero's is just a half block off Duval St. so late night walks home were easily done. Thank You Sally and Jen. Can not wait to be Repeat Offenders!
From the moment we made our reservations the staff was exceptional. Before we arrived they helped and made outstanding suggestions on who we should use for our daily excursions. Our group of 19 adults enjoyed the hospitality of the Ambrosia Family! Every room was beautiful and they enjoyed breakfast at the pool each morning! We all look forward to our return visit!
I've stayed at the Duval House three times now. The first time was in 2011. I returned in 2013 and now recently stayed in July 2016. They're always consistent in their service. Excellent customer service and nice clean rooms. The hotel is located in the heart of Key West and steps away from the night life This hotel is the place to be if you want a relaxed and peaceful stay but if you choose to enjoy the nightlife, it's only steps away! Highly recommended!
Good location, far away from the noise of Duval St., yet close to things important to me. Suggest a bike ($10/day delivered to you). No parking issues in the neighborhood (possibly because it was July), but off-street parking is only for 2 cars.
We (young couple) spent 2 nights at "The Palms". The staff was very kind and helpful. But bear in mind that The cleaning lady won't work without tip... Breakfast was very good and better than expected. Location is perfectly situated. Parking is free in the housing area around the corner. Price-performance is exceptional! (No onsite dining!) Thank you.
My wife and I stayed here for our honeymoon and it was absolutely great. We wished that we could stay longer. The service was great, the lady behind the desk was nice, and the room was very clean and nice to stay in. It's also in a great location that allows easy walking access to Old Town and the beach.
Great time, we had the pool cabana, room 12. Loved the proximity to the pool. However the Internet does not work well. If that's important to you, just know you have to go close to the house to connect. Other than that, perfect location, easy access to Duvall and the waterfront. Love the staff here. Very nice folks.
We really enjoyed our stay at the Palms Hotel! The B&B is close to great restaurants (within walking distance), the room we stayed in was very clean and cute, and the breakfast very varied (and by the pool). Should we ever be in the area again, we will definitely stay here.
Husband (38) & Wife (37) for summer vacation in Key West. The Southernmost Point Guest House was amazing. Big room, on-site parking lot, spa pool, breakfast, happy hour all included. Great location, friendly staff. LOVED it! We will definitely stay there again!
Another great visit to the Coco Plum Inn. The innkeepers are just the best! Breakfast was delicious and made to order. The location cannot be beat! And there is now a resident cat! Coco Plum is our favorite B&B and we will continue to go back, year after year.
Everything about the Palms was great except for parking. Once you got a good spot I recommend staying there and renting bikes from the hotel. You can get to any place from there easily on bike. The pedal fell off of my sons bike, but a quick phone call and a service man was there with another bike. Great value and location. Close enough to everything, but far enough away from the night time noise. I recommend it highly.
This Florida destination is also known as the Conch Republic with a Bohemian atmosphere and carefree existence. Even when staying in hotel alternatives like inns, tourists can expect resort-style amenities with spa tubs for two, bamboo ceiling fans, and private pools. French doors open to verandas decorated with tropical foliage and guests can rest on swings for viewing the famous sunsets.
Make the most of the adventures of Key West with accommodations within strolling distance to museums, beaches, and more. A trolley system provides a unique tour of the Old Town. The historical home of Ernest Hemingway is on display along with botanical gardens and state parks.
Duval Street is to home the daily catch of the island. There are succulent dishes of a diverse variety of fish including snapper, wahoo, and others. Taste shellfish such as oysters and conch raw or cooked to perfection. Hang out at the original Margaritaville and polish off a few Big Ritas before moving to Sloppy Joes. Do not let the name fool you; this is a historic bar with bragging rights to famous drink of its own. End the night or afternoon in Mallory Square at the north of the street with more sights and sounds including daily sunset celebrations. This is also the port-of-call for cruise ships heading to points in the Caribbean.
The gateway to the Keys is the city of Key Largo. It is home to the only North American reef with John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park providing a plethora of activities for every age group. Ride on the glass bottom boats, scuba dive or go snorkeling, and explore the underwater park. Notable landmarks include Grecian Rocks and the SS Benwood.
Annual temperatures average in the mid-80s six months of the year. The rest of the time, tourists revel in 70-degree weather with little rain. January is the coolest month with temperatures dipping to the mid- 60s. Packing checklists should include attire for non-stop beach action.