A full-service, four-pearl hotel in a town filled
with B&Bs, this property differentiates itself from the competition by
providing more rooms and more amenities -- including an on-site spa, pool,
restaurant/bar, and beach access -- in a convenient downtown location. Rooms
are simple and comfy with premium bedding, rain-style showers, flat-screen TVs,
mini-fridges, and free Wi-Fi; some have balconies and exquisite views. A
well-stocked fitness center and ample event spaces are on hand as well. The
oldest bar in Key West is also here and the proximity to Sunset Pier means guests can watch the sun go down in style.
Close to the action but with a relaxed vacation vibe
At this hotel, you'll literally have all of
Key West right at your doorstep, but you also may not want to leave the
property thanks to the lush grounds and little slice of white sand beach
on-site. There are turtle/koi ponds interspersed with tropical vegetation and
brick pathways leading guests to the different areas of the hotel. Common spaces
are open and airy with skylights offering lots of natural light, giving the property a bright feel. The lobby isn't large or conducive to hanging out, but it does
have island touches like illuminated sea urchins and rattan furniture to help welcome
guests in a Key West way. The general feel of the hotel is professional -- the
staff aims to meet your needs -- but relaxed...as it should be when on an
On the edge of historic district, near famed Sunset Pier
Located at one of the extreme ends of Duval
Street, the Pier House gives guests the convenience of being in the historic
downtown area while still offering some separation from the action. Offering a
quick stroll to prime sunset viewing on the adjacent Sunset Pier and also
minutes from the nightly Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square, this hotel puts visitors in
the perfect place for taking in classic Key West experiences. Key West Aquarium
and Ernest Hemingway's hangout Sloppy Joe's are also within two
blocks. There’s a CVS across the street from the hotel along with other shops,
restaurants, and bars surrounding the property. The airport is less than
a 15-minute drive east.
Simply decorated with modern amenities and large bathrooms
property’s 142 guest units vary in size depending on what guests book, ranging anywhere
from a Standard Room to a Two-Floor Suite. However, one thing they all have in
common is that they're minimally decorated with a penchant for citrusy colors.
Four-poster beds in rich wood are the norm; accompanying bedding is comfy and
plush. Bathrooms are large and, even though they have no bathtubs, rain-style showers are appealing with spa-grade toiletries as a bonus. Standard Room features include flat-screen TVs, docking stations, mini-fridges, coffeemakers,
and free Wi-Fi. There’s also individual climate control in the form of air-conditioning
and ceiling fans. Some of the suites have two floors and balconies overlooking
the water. Interior noise can be a problem at times, but the hotel
is generally peaceful.
Full-service spa, fitness center, and outdoor pool/hot tub
The spa has been upgraded and is one of the only
full-service options on the island. In addition to a steam room and hot tub,
there are a variety of treatments available ranging from massages to pedicures
to makeup/salon services. Attached to the spa is a fitness center with cardio
equipment, free- weights, and yoga mats. The outdoor pool is not large but it's
a welcome spot for cooling off, and there’s a lift in both the pool and hot
tub for guests with disabilities.
2,600 square feet of
event space are available for conferences, meetings, or receptions, and as such
weddings are a frequent occurrence here. While there’s no free breakfast,
guests can enjoy meals overlooking the water at the hotel's Harbour View Cafe,
which offers casual dining on an outdoor deck for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Beach Bar also dishes up island-style cuisine and cocktails by the pool or
sand. Elegant dining is available in the hotel's One Duval restaurant, offering
local organic fare for dinner and a delicious Key lime Pie. The Chart Room --
the oldest bar in Key West and where Jimmy Buffet played back in the day -- is filled with marine charts and nautical charm. The drinks can
be a bit pricey but the ambiance is Key West cool.
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