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Great onsite restaurant, had a surf & turf that was awesome! Easy access to everywhere in Key West. Thanks for a goo time, we’ll be back
We enjoyed the premises. Very nice location with dive boat on the property. Did not dive with them but it sure seemed like the folks who did enjoyed it. They also had a pool and plenty of places to sit and enjoy an incredible sunset. Room was adequate but for the bed. Unfortunately didn't sleep well ...
The hotel is quite far from Duval Street if walking. Takes at least 40-50 minutes depending where on Duval you want to go. The area around the hotel is not very pleasing. Pretty run down area. The pool is nice and the breakfast is good as well. The rooms are extremely small. Good for 2 people but ...
- 200 yards away from ocean - 50 feet away from ana's cuban cafe --- get the cubano sandwhich - 1 street over from Duval - staff was absolutely outstanding and very friendly.
The huge range of well-priced two-star hotels dotted along the full length of the Florida Keys makes a budget-friendly break in Florida Keys within your grasp. From Key West up to Key Largo, you can visiting these sunny islands on a budget, staying in good-value accommodation. Whichever stretch you are hoping to visit, there will be a selection of affordable two-star hotels to choose from in Florida Keys.
Two-star hotels in Florida Keys come in all forms. There are classic-style motels, cosy beach houses, historic town-centre cottages and quirky lodges tucked down quiet side streets. Many are close to or directly on the seafront, cutting travel costs and allowing you to easily practise the water sports which the Florida Keys are famous for.
You can narrow down your choice of two-star hotel stays by choosing which low-cost activities you’d like to do. If you are keen to explore nature, you could head for the two-star roadside motels and waterfront inns of Key Largo. Entry fees for the island’s John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, home to impressive coral reefs and nature trails in mangroves, start at just a few dollars.
If you want to throw fishing into the mix, head for the island of Islamorada instead, which has its own hiking and diving haven in the form of Long Key State Park, plus some of the best bonefishing in the Keys. For cultural sites and lively bars, meanwhile, look for two-star hotels in Key West.
Cheap eats are easy to come by in the Florida Keys. A hotdog or giant slice of pizza from a street stall will only set you back a few dollars, and you can have great fun hunting out the great value beach shacks and barbecue joints.
But your best bet for stretching the food budget is to check in to one of the many two-star hotels that offer in-room kitchens. There are fresh seafood markets in Marathon and Key West and supermarkets are everywhere, so cooking meals in and packing picnics for the beach are easy money-savers.