The list of Key West hotels on this page have been reviewed by our guests who have visited here for a vacation or weekend trip. These vacationers were kind enough to provide a review of their experience and opinion of the value they found in their hotel. Each of these properties and resorts include an option of leaving a review. Good or bad, we'd like to hear from you. So when you get home and are missing Key West, please drop us a line on our review pages. Tell us what you thought of the island and the best places to stay. Tell us about what you did and feel free to make recommendations for those heading our way. I greatly appreciate any feedback we get from our guests and hope you have a wonderful time while you’re here.
We love the La Te Da hotel! Not only do they have luxurious and spacious rooms, but it's just plain fun to stay there. We've traveled to Key West several times over the years and have stayed in different hotels and bed and breakfasts. This is not only popular with people on vacation, but if you hang out at either of the bars in the evening (or afternoon) you'll meet a lot of locals that like the cool laid back atmosphere. It's adults only for one, so no little kiddies running around screaming and kicking you in the head in pool, or doing cannon balls into the pool right next to you. There's also a sundeck on the rooftop if you want to get an all natural tan in privacy. It's a nice sundeck that isn't around the pool or common areas. As laid back as this island is, hotels with this much privacy can be a bit hard to find. We walked down to the southernmost beach every day and had an absolute blast. Great rates during season.
I wanted to send you a review of my stay at the Southernmost Hotel. You should warn vacationers if they stay here, they will never book another hotel anywhere else again. We got a great deal on a really nice room that had a balcony overlooking the pool and bar area. What is a secret to this place is the fact that you can enjoy all the amenities they have at the other properties they have right there! It's right across the street from the Southernmost Beach and Cafe. You get use of all pools, bars, beach chairs, fitness room, and all the amenities for no additional charge! I was expecting some kind of hidden fees like a resort fee or parking fee. I was pleased there's no extra charge for all this! What a great deal. I spent most of my vacation sitting on the beach in my complimentary beach chair and had drinks delivered to me from the cafe. You can not beat this hotel for rates, service, quality, or location. Paradise found. I'll be back.
For those who have travel experience in Key West, and spent time on Duval Street, you know that being close to Mallory Square and the few blocks down Duval from it is the place to be. You also know that it is not cheap. The closer you get to the square, the more expensive the rooms get. We enjoy the area for the bars and nightlife that are a blast. It's so convenient to be able to walk back to your hotel. The only issue I've had is noise. If you've been here before you know that the party is rockin until 4am every single night. I've found the perfect place to stay when I travel down there and I probably walked by it a hundred times without even knowing it was there! I found it on your website looking for affordable hotels near the area, and had no idea the Casa 325 existed. 325 is the address on Duval, meaning it's only a few blocks from Mallory Square. Here's their secret. They're tucked back in this compound of trees and a sanctuary like setting. I was concerned about noise with such a great location, but when you get back there, it's amazingly quiet and insulated from the madness going on right out front. What a discovery this place was. Noise was never an issue. I had a huge room right next to other hotels that were charging twice as much or more. If you want a nice place to stay, at reasonable rates, you will not beat the Casa 325.
I like to read reviews of hotels before I book my vacation. Everyone seemed pleased with the Pilot House so I reserved my room. It was filled with first class antique amenities and had so much charm, I felt it was like I was staying in a luxury Victorian mansion back in the early century. The ambiance of this well kept inn is second to none. I've stayed in restored guesthouses before and they always have cheap antiques and furnishing that attempt to mimic what the Pilot house delivers. This is an adults only property and a class act all the way. The pool deck is el-natural optional and I felt totally comfortable eliminating those old tan lines. It's only a few blocks from sunset square and we got a unit with a kitchen. A few meals and leftovers from diners out, saved a ton of money that we spent on fishing and snorkeling trips. The Pilot house delivers authentic Key West luxury for lower rates than quality lodging nearby.
The Southernmost on the Beach and the white sands of the beachfront for which it's named are the best value in Key West Florida. I spent a few hours looking for a deal on an oceanview suite for a quick getaway and I must have looked at every hotel all around the island that had a balcony that I could relax on and look out over the Caribbean water. I was told that being in old town and close to Duval st was the place to be. Not only was this place much less expensive than all the others I found in old town with ocean views, but they don't charge any of the fine print fee all the other resorts charge. My suite was updated nicely and I'm sure every bit as luxurious as the others I compared it to. If you want the best deal on an oceanview suite, look no further you just found it.
I've been staying at the Blue Marlin for years now. The rooms are nice and clean, the pool is big, and they're right next to the southernmost beach. The rates are cheap when you compare them to the hotels that surround it, but I've stayed in those hotels before and there's not a real difference between them. You've got plenty of parking and it's a well kept hotel in a great area of town. One thing I've learned that I like is to be on this end of Duval street, which is quiet. I've stayed in hotels down closer to sunset Mallory square and the noise is a problem if you want to sleep before 4am when the bars shut down. Our favorite part other than the piece and quiet is the fact that the pool deck has plenty of chairs to lay out, but they also have covered area with tables and soda machines. I like to hang out in the shade and my wife likes to get a tan. This set up works perfect for both of us. I haven't found anything like that anywhere else.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Best Western Hibiscus Hotel in Key West. They have a big pool, hot tub, and nice rooms. We rented a scooter at the hotel for the first day and toured all around the island. After visiting all the different beaches, we found the beach that is right around the corner from the Best Western was the best. We rented bikes a couple of times which made it easy to get anywhere in old town quickly, but unless you really hate walking, you can easily walk to everything. We visited the museums and rode the conch train for the tour around the island which is full of great history. The Best Western was a great home base and we got a good deal on our room during season, which is hard to find if you want a pool and amenities this hotel has. They have it all for reasonable rates.
The best hotel value on the island. Located close to the beach, Duval street, and all the island has to offer. We have affordable rates and a pool. If you're looking for the best deal on a room, give Olivia By Duval a call today to check availability. $79 - $300
The Ibis Bay Waterfront Resort offers good times and affordable rates not matter what the season. Hop on a jet ski or jet boat and explore the turquoise waters of the Florida Keys at slightly faster pace than the rest of the island. This is a relaxing destination and yet one of the most interesting at the same time. There's a lot to do and see while here at the resort and out on the town. If you get board, it will probably be on purpose. $89 - $229
Located right on Duval street just steps from Mallory Square and the sunset, the Old Customs House Inn is ideal for those who want a premium location at affordable rates. Nice clean rooms with a tropical decor, surrounded by the best the island has to offer. $99 - $259
Located right on Duval street, just 2 ½ blocks from the sunset at Mallory Square, this tropical oasis offers the best of both worlds. Each unit offers a kitchenette. Includes a beautiful pool and grounds. Two bedroom units available. If you ever wanted to leave, you're just steps away from anything you might need. $109 - $210
Comprised of three unique buildings that surround a lush compound of gardens and pathways leading to an expansive pool area with plenty of space to lay out or just relax the day away. We offer affordable rooms and have suites with full kitchens and luxury amenities. Enjoy relaxing under the palms before taking a short walk down to Duval and historic seaport. $150 - $300
Stay in the newest hotel in Key West at competitive rates when compared to other properties in the area. With spacious rooms offering flat screen television, free Wifi, and even covered parking. The Silver Palms Inn is setting the new standard for affordable luxury. $189 - $385
The Southernmost Hotel in the USA is the ideal Old Town location. On Duval Street, walk to the beach, shops and nightlife, or choose to relax beside one of our two poolside tiki bars. Known for being the best value and location. Enjoy resort amenities without the resort fees. Complimentary access to beach chairs, fitness center, several pools and bars at the southernmost hotel collection which is comprised of several properties around the southernmost beach. Rooms are spacious, beds are comfortable, and our staff will go out of their way to ensure you have a fantastic vacation with exceptional service. The best rates, location and value on the island. $149 to $429