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Marquesa Hotel 4.0

Key West, Florida Keys, Florida

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  • Historic property full of character, with central location
  • Bright, airy rooms have flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and cozy sitting areas
  • Poolside rooms offer easy pool access and suites have private porches or patios
  • Two pools are surrounded by trees and lush landscaping
  • Warm, inviting on-site restaurant, Cafe Marquesa, serves fresh local seafood
  • Free Wi-Fi, free parking, and free wine served at check-in
  • Romantic and homey atmosphere in these refurbished 1884 conch houses
  • Evening turndown service, and free morning coffee and tea by the pool


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Refurbished from 1884 conch houses, the Marquesa Hotel is a compound of four buildings surrounding lovely interior gardens and two pools. A narrow staircase off the lobby leads to the individually decorated rooms. Light and airy rooms feature flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and cozy sitting areas with ottomans. Bathrooms are basic and clean with shower/tub combos and marble sinks. Suites have private terraces with cute wicker furniture and some are adjacent to one of the hotel's pools. An appealing on-site restaurant, Cafe Marquesa, serves fresh local seafood. No children under 14 are allowed at the hotel, providing this property with a distinctly romantic feel. Free Wi-Fi and parking add value, and the Old Town location two blocks from Duval Street is convenient.

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In the heart of Old Town, near the bars and restaurants on Duval Street

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The Marquesa Hotel has a convenient location in Old Town Key West, two blocks from lively Duval Street, with its bars, restaurants, and shops.

Key West is the westernmost of the Florida Keys, and offers a thriving nightlife scene, as well as great diving, shops, restaurants, and decent beaches -- all within a few blocks. It can feel like a bit of a tourist trap with its tacky bars, hordes of cruise ship passengers, and T-shirt shops, but it’s one of the few Keys that has historic sites to visit. On the literary side, Ernest Hemingway and Tennessee Williams spent a big part of their lives here, and their homes have now been turned into museums.

  • 9-minute drive from Key West International Airport
  • 9-minute walk to Key West Museum of Art & History
  • 1-to-12-minute walk to local art galleries
  • 2-to-15-minute walk to dozens of bars, restaurants, and shops
  • 3-minute walk to The Original Ghost Tours
  • 10-minute walk to FURY Water Adventures Key West
  • 10-minute walk to Key West Shipwreck Museum
  • 10-minute walk to Key West Aquarium
  • 11-minute walk to Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum
  • 11-minute walk to Key West Lighthouse Museum
  • 3-minute drive to Mallory Square
  • 5-minute drive to Fort Zachary Historic State Park
  • 5-minute drive to South Beach
  • 5-minute drive to the southernmost point of the Continental United States
  • 5-minute drive to Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory
  • 7-minute drive to Smathers Beach
  • 11-minute drive to Key West Tropical Forest & Garden
  • 13-minute drive to Florida Keys Eco Discovery Center

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600 Fleming St, Florida 33040, United States

Room Types

  • Deluxe Room
  • Junior Suite
  • Pool Side Standard Room
  • Standard Room

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