This hotel is close to everything in Key West. The fact that it was established in 2015 makes everything very comfortable.
I don't know if the lack of a restaurant is because the hotel is new, but it would be nice to have a place to eat within the property premises.
Fernando from Miami, FL
The Gates is Key Wests newest signature boutique hotel located at the point of entry of the island. The 100-room hotel is …More
New facility in great location for the pier area, dining and old town attractions. Service had a few rough spots which I think will be worked out as they are open longer. Staff was very friendly and willing to adapt. 3 of us stayed in double queen with old town view and enjoyed the place very much. Room was spacious clean, quiet and well appointed.
I would definately recommend the southernmost hotel. It was very clean, and the location was perfect. Steps from the beach and walking distance to shopping and bars without being right in the middle of all the crowds.
We took the Key West Express down and stayed at the Inn for 1 night. It was very beautiful and felt like an oasis. The only thing I would like to see is for the hotel to have a shuttle into town and be able to call them for a ride back to the hotel.
The hotel was perfect. Right on the water and close to all of the tourist attractions (e.g., Duval St.). The concierge, Nate, is INCREDIBLE. He gave us recommendations that were thoughtful and tailored to our specific requests. He literally made our trip fantastic.
comfortable .No WiFI in rooms. Only available in main office when it is open. The suite we were allowed is old section.Friendly staff.Somewhat old finishes. Convenient location. Quiet compared to the central part.
Always stay at a chain motel.This was a truly a nice experience.Very nice place to stay.Breakfast was very filling rooms very clean and comfortable.We will be coming back to the Keys again.Will stay at the Authers again.
Weatherstation Inn is a comfortable, historic B&B in Old Town on Key West. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Nice selections for breakfast but no dining room. Very close to the harbour and restaurants. We loved it; don't miss the Butterfly House, nearby!
The southernmost part of the continental U.S., several presidents and writers have spent time here. Popular tourist attractions include the Ernest Hemingway House on the southern end of the island, and Truman Annex in Old Town. Within the annex is Bahama Village, a home to many citizens of African-Bahamian descent, who settled Key West in the early 19th century.