The light outside the room, close to our window made us feel it us day time the whole night, so we couldn't sleep. We love the location. For the money is not a bad place but I would pay a little more to have a good night sleep.
Overall, this is a clean comfortable hotel in the middle of Key Largo. I mostly went to John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park which is a few miles south of this location. There are several nice restaurants nearby. There are two outdoor pools of moderate size but with plenty of lounge chairs and there is one tiki bar. Immediately next to the hotel are boats leaving for the coral reefs offshore (glass bottom or boat for snorkeling trip). The hotel is moderately expensive but, then, so are the Keys in general.
Pool side room on main level. Quick access to beach chairs and beautiful sunsets.
Trustworthy staff - I unintentionally left my wedding ring on the night table. The cleaning staff held it in a secure place until I could return to pick it up. I am very grateful!
This quaint hotel, though in the middle of a refurbish was a great find. It has a delightful small beach front, with a pool viewing beach and great for watching the gorgeous Key Largo sunsets. The prize was, location, location, location. A quick turn off the main highway, and walking distance to coffee shops, drug store as well as beach front dining and happy hours. We had a wonderful time.
The largest of the Florida Keys in the northern archipelego is Key Largo. Two highways connect Key Largo to the mainland. The eastern part of sland is home to John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, the site of the only living coral barrier reef in the U.S.