My husband and I felt like we were apart of the family while staying at the coco plum being from PA. It was wonderful being able to talk to Lynn in the morning abou Key West but also about the New York where she was from. The room was gorgeous with the most comfortable bed land breakfast every morning was so delicious. It's in the perfect location, far enough from all the noise, but right beside the infamous Green Parrot( which you don't even hear) and the best BBQ in the world Charlie Macs( which you must try, the brisket melts in your mouth). When we arrived in Key West, our flight got in at 11:30, and we checked in at noon to the Coco Plum. On our departure day, our flight was not scheduled to leave until I believe around 7pm and I had asked if we could check out and put our luggage in a closet or something for safekeeping. We were quickly denied and told that we could just leave them in our room, explore key west up until the very last minute, shower, and then checkout before leaving for the airport because no one was scheduled to get that room until the next day. We were so overjoyed. They were so hospitable. I shouldn't have been surprised, at check in, she found out that I was a Army veteran and my husband was still in and she automatically gave us a discount. We didn't go seeking one, she had asked about careers in conversations. During your stay, you do not feel like a guest, you feel as though you are a part of the family. They made us feel so welcomed and comfortable that we have decided to make Key West a yearly trip and the Coco Plum our home away from home when we do it.
Wonderful stay at The Palms! Very convenient location with KeyWest charm. Staff very friendly and accommodating providing all we needed to make our stay so enjoyable. Great breakfast setup and food to help get our day started.
We stayed in a Cabana room for 4 nights in October. The price was great with the fall discount. Rooms were very clean and cleaned daily, the only issue was a broken blind on the door to the room. Parking is very limited but affordable. Overall, I had a great time.
My husband and I love driving down to the keys. We are extremely fortunate to live in South Florida! Ambrosia is a hidden gem, centrally located, an oasis. We stayed in the honeymoon suite; the bed was so comfy and the bathroom had a jacuzzi tub. The hot tub was located right by our room, the pool was across the street in the adjacent building. All the staff we encountered were friendly and helpful. I was concerned that hurricane Matthew would ruin our plans, but the staff was so accommodating, offering a refund if necessary. Thankfully we were able to make it down. We are definitely looking forward to returning in February!
The room was large and comfortable. The bathroom as also large with an easy walk in shower. I loved the breakfast buffet and sitting out on the deck near the pool just enjoying the surroundings and feeling very Key West! The building is beautiful and the living room is comfy to sit in between all the walks. Great stay!
Ambrosia is very centrally located, convenient to all the restaurants and action, yet quiet and serene. The breakfast includes something for everyone, including early morning coffee with muffins and toast, followed by a full breakfast with eggs, bacon, cereals, yogurt, juices etc. The Alligator Room was spacious, and included a beautiful lanai for lounging outside to watch the world go by. This is a must in KW!
It turned out that this sweet guesthouse was 1block from my nephew's house, but it was also next door to the soon-opening 7 Fish resto, siboney's, short walk to Faustos, Camille's and Simonton and Duval. For me, with the bike rental also nearby, the location was just ideal. Staff is super, veranda, superb for afternoon wine and cheese w/ friends, and pool, perfect for a cool-off and iPad or periodical read.
This was our first stay at Marrero's, and we stayed for one night - Fri Sept 30th - before moving to our accomodations in the Annex for a week. We arrived at 9:00 pm and easily found our check-in information as the office closes at 6:00 pm.. Marrero's is close to everything in Old Town, was very clean and our room and bed were very comfortable. The continental breakfast was Outstanding - great variety and plenty of food. We've been to Key West a dozen times, and would definitely stay at Marrero's on future visits.
This was our first stay at a Bed and Breakfast, so we were not sure what to expect. The home was absolutely beautiful and very well kept by the staff. Upon arrival we were taken on a tour of the property and told about some of the history of the home. We enjoyed Happy Hour each day of our stay as well as enjoyed the breakfast that was provided. Would highly recommend this Bed and Breakfast and if we return to the area would book again.
Scuba Weekend. Room was clean, service was good, breakfast was simple. Walk to Duval was about 3/4 of a mile through nice neighborhoods. Check out Mangia Mangia (Italian restaurant) and the Key West Bake Shop (On White Avenue, just across Roosevelt).
Coco Plum Inn was a wonderful place to stay! Really tidy rooms and great service. Breakfast was absolutely outstanding, especially the eggs benedict. It was a bit pricey, but I'm assuming only because I booked my stay last minute. I would highly recommend staying here for a visit to Key West. Hope this helps!
The staff was friendly. It was a great location to everything but far enough away to be quiet at night. We never had to take our car out once after we parked it. We enjoyed sitting on the swing on the porch talking at night.
Loved our stay here. Great location, charming rooms and fantastic staff! Sam, Hillary and Carol are terrific; helpful and accommodating from the moment we got there. Can't wait to go back and wouldn't stay anywhere else. Good breakfast, nice pool and right near Duvall.
This is the 4th time I have booked a stay here. I have stayed for a long weekend to a whole week! I have always felt the staff was nice and respectful. It is cozy and comfy stay! Also it is off of the main drag but close enough to walk or ride bikes! I cant wait to return soon!!
Dear all, This is one place you must not pass up. It is a paradise within a paradise town. Local to all major sites & to major shopping/bars/restaurants. Staff treats you like you are not a guest however, a family member! Maid service is daily & provides 110% attention to your room. Cocktail hour from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. provides a time to relish in the front porch, research history of the structure & bask in the gardens & pool area. Please!!!!! You must book a stay at this location!!!
Great stay at Coco Plum. To say it was relaxing would be an understatement! The folks at Coco Plum were very pleasant and helpful. The cozy pool was sensational, and the breakfast they offer always cooked to order and delicious. We will definetly come back for a second stay.
This place is absolutely amazing!! First off there are two pools and a private hot tub. The Ambrosia is located in multiple houses. I stayed across the steeet in their Tree Top room. I was on the third floor with my own private outside area and with amazing views of lush tropical Key West. My room had a large bathroom, nice size bedroom and another room with a couch, microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker. I thought their breakfast was going to be some kind of continental breakfast but it was fresh juices, eggs, bacon, fruit, breads, hot coffee choices and cereals. The staff was really helpful with everything at Ambrosia and were always informative and knowledgeable of Key West and it's attractions. My favorite was the girl at the front desk!! I don't remember her name but she was funny, nice and she even stood in a front row car space for me so I could get better parking. I had a blast and will definitely be back. Ambrosia is within walking distance to everything that Key West has to offer and super close to famous Duval St!! I recommend this bed and breakfast to alll who want to visit Key West and want stay somewhere with that historic Key West fun feel... Enjoy !! Erik Leitzes CornerStone Coastal Properties.
Stayed there is Summer 2016 trip to key west and it was a good place and experience. Most specially Devanna at the office there was extremely helpful. She guided and helped us to the best ways and places to enjoy the stay there as it was our first time visit to Key West.
I can't say enough good things about the Coco Plum Inn! We had a lovely 5 nights there, enjoying amazing breakfasts and the gorgeous pool. Lynn was so wonderful, she helped us park our car when we arrived, and we didn't get back in until we left! The location is perfect, we were able to easily walk everywhere, the convenience was outstanding. The room was very comfortable with a private porch, refreshing shower and great AC; it was very nice to come back to after a day exploring. We are looking forward to the next trip!
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.