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Albury Court is a beautiful hotel within walking distance to all attractions. Spacious clean rooms, tastefully decorated. Pool small but perfect! Breakfast nice! Staff very helpful! An excellent experience and wish we could have stayed longer!
We had Great stay at La Concha. The hotel is located in the heart of Duval street and is within walking distance of everything in the area . The staff was very helpful and polite. The rooms are small but furnished nicely. The hotel pool is located on the 2nd floor its small but adequate. The Pool ...
Hotel staff was super friendly. We rented a loft so it was smaller than most rooms but very clean and comfortable. Would definitely return here.
Stayed with my wife in a Queen bed room in the Arch House. Room had a kitchenette which we used to make breakfast each day. Small couch with TV although we didn't really use them. TV was on a dresser with 4 drawers and there was a small closet with folding doors. Our room had a porch shared with ...
What a gem!! This was a great hotel! The location is one block off of Duval street, right next to Lighthouse and across street from Ernest Hemingway house. Room was clean and good size! Pool was great. Breakfast was light but enough to fill you up. Parking was hard to find as the hotel does not offer ...
Easily the swankiest place I've ever stayed in- stylish, convenient, comfortable, and friendly. Staff had great things to say about the owner, so it's nice to know I'm supporting a nice guy!
With their fair share of monuments and museums, the islands of the Florida Keys are rich with historical attractions. But check into a historic hotel in the Florida Keys and you can experience a slice of its history first-hand. Whether it’s a grand hotel of yesteryear or a converted historical building, you can check into these live-in antiques all over the Florida Keys.
From Victorian inns to 19th-century mansions decked out with chandeliers, historic hotels in the Florida Keys come in many forms, but they’ve usually been updated for the modern traveller with the WiFi and air conditioning.
The most recognisable historic hotels are probably the simple Conch houses of Key West. Originally built in the 19th century, these buildings dominate the island’s architectural landscape and many have been converted into guesthouses.
Each aspect of these wooden structures, such as their shutters, roof hatches and wide verandas were designed with the hot climate in mind. The earliest of these are simple in design, but the facades became more elaborate as the trend for decorative elements grew in popularity.
From pirates to literary legends, many of Key West’s former inhabitants have left their mark on the islands. There are historical hotels and attractions from all eras with stories to tell. Crane Point Museum, Nature Centre and Historic Site in Marathon, which promotes the heritage of the Florida Keys, and the quirky, must-visit History of Diving Museum in Islamorada are two of the best.
But most of the must-see historical sites can be found in Key West. It’s a tiny island, so wherever your historic hotel is, you won’t have to travel far to visit heritage sites and museums like the Harry S. Truman Little White House, the Key West Art and History Museum and the Key West Shipwreck Museum.
One of the most popular of the island’s literary landmarks is the Hemingway House and Museum, the Spanish colonial building in which the author Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote some of his finest works.