I have to say, I was greatly impressed at the friendliness of the staff. Even down to the maintenance man. All the staff there go well above and beyond on friendliness and more than willing to help you any chance they get. You are definitely treaty like royalty here. The rooms are quite large (junior suite) and the couch is extremely comfortable and even pulls out into probably a queen size bed. Plenty of room to share with another couple. Good size balcony. Bathrooms are very large with jet tub. Do wish it was a standup shower though. Couldn't ask to stay in a better location either, as it is right on Mallory Square. Our room overlooked Mallory square and the water. We have also stayed at Southernmost on the Beach, which you can't beat the grounds there with the lawn and hammocks with evening entertainment on the lawn during sunset, but, it is way on the other end and not close to anything. This hotel is right next to the dock where you can hop on a glassbottom boat ride or do the jet ski tour. Jet Ski tour I highly recommend, better than I thought for a 'tour'.
We had booked 3 adjoining rooms since this was our first family outing in years. When we arrived one room was not available due to maintenance. The staff and Manager went out of their way to fix the problem and the manager rewarded us with a dinner on him, there was 9 of us. This was greatly appreciated by all family members. We enjoyed the pool area and the kids all had fun. Our stay was for two nights and it turned out to be very enjoyable
What a nice surprise! The pictures were cute but the hotel was even better in person. From the staff to amenities to decor this place did not disappoint. I wild definitely recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to the Keys. The only reason I didn't give all 5 stars for comfort is because the shower is not located in the bathroom it's right near the front Door with viewable access to whoever is in the room. Other than that our stay was perfect.
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.