Highly Recommend - No Disappointments. What a nice surprise to find a new (less than a year old) exceptional quality, large comfortable rooms and pleasant staff resort hotel all within an excellent Old Town location. Very close to the harbor ... only a couple blocks to Duval Street/ Mallory Square, etc. Plenty of restaurants within a couple blocks - plus can highly recommend the hotel's on-site dining too (breakfast, lunch and dinner ... Cero Bodegas Restaurants). The hotel has a couple nice outside pool areas.
If you take the Key West Express Ship from Ft Myers the hotel is only 4 blocks away so ez walk.
This nice hotel was amazing because you were walking distance from everything, but far enough away from all the hustle and bustle of Duval Street (aka- island Bourbon Street). You will also enjoy the resident cats and all the tropical foliage surrounding the rooms.
From this spot on the foot of Duval, you are any easy walk to the best Key West has to offer, plus all the transit services and information kiosks to arrange all you might want to do. The hotel is lovely, with beautiful garden paths and a waterfront bar with live entertainment.
Our only criticism is with front office staff. Reception did their job, but in a relatively indifferent way. And the one time we asked for help from the concierge - where to get a golf cart - he was solely interested in presenting his favorite rental place (where presumably he gets a commission) and making the booking right now! Once we asked for a few choices so we could decide later, he seemed to lose interest in us. And he never offered us a map or anything else useful.
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.