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It has a nice location near the water with a nice deck. The place was quiet at night and is comfortable and inexpensive for the short-stay. There were 3 adults and 2 children and the room was comfortable for us all. The staff was very welcoming and okay with our evening arrival. There is an outside ...
It was very clean and nice plush towels and beddings. Clean and not-crowded salt pool by tiki bar. We had 3kids with us and it accommodated us good for 3 nights. It has small fridge we can put water. It is away from main hub of key west though. There is shuttle.
I liked the location, the historic building, and the rooftop deck as well as pool. The room was comfortable and clean and I loved the kitchen, but the building, since it is historic, clearly needs some restorative work because most of the (original) windows were off their tracks or wouldn't stay ...
We supposedly got the Anniversary Suite. But, glancing in to other rooms it looked exactly like all the other rooms. I guess I might have been a bit bigger and had the best view of the pool and the bay. The canopy bed made for a very romantic room. We loved it. The guy at the front desk, Jason, was ...
We had an efficiency and I always love this. A fridge for my beverages - Ice for my drinks and coffee in the morning. We noticed they are updating the rooms - we had one of the older ones - dated - some chips here and there but it was clean. They had a little store: selling from Laundry detergent ...
Stunning beaches, national parks and eco-trails are all ready and waiting for you to explore in Florida Keys. It’s a great place to visit with your pet. Stretching 100 miles south from the bottom of Florida, the islands are peppered with pet-friendly hotels, restaurants and walking trails. So if you can’t bear to travel without your pet, good news: the Florida Keys are about as pet friendly as destinations come.
You’ll find pet-friendly hotels throughout Florida Keys. Choose from pet-friendly quaint inns, modest motels and luxurious resorts, and you can take your dogs, cats and other animals with you. And a number of pet-friendly hotels and guesthouses go the extra mile for furry guests, with treats, water bowls, in-room pet beds and even pet-sitting services. Pet-friendly restaurants are easy to come by in the Florida Keys, too, thanks to the year-round balmy weather that makes outside dining with pets a breeze.
If you’re tackling the stunning Overseas Highway drive down Florida Keys, you will be spoilt with picturesque places to stop off and stretch your pet’s legs. This road covers the full length of the islands with miles of stunning sky-meets-ocean panoramas. The first island you’ll hit on the way down is pet-friendly Key Largo, home to the famous John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, where visitors and their dogs can picnic and hike through mangrove swamps.
Pet-friendly hotels in the next island along, Islamorada, are in easy reach of Founder Park, a 40-acre public space with a fenced dog park. Pet-friendly Islamorada is also home to the leisurely hiking trails of Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park and the shallow waters of dog-friendly Anne’s Beach.
Head for Marathon, right at the centre of Florida Keys, for pet-friendly hotels and walks in the tropical habitat of Curry Hammock State Park. While in the Lower Keys, you’ll find some of the US’s most picturesque parkland in Bahia Honda State Park and the beautiful undeveloped wilderness of the pet-friendly National Key Deer Refuge.