Surprisingly spacious and convenient. Full kitchen overlooking the waterway with lots going on. Two bathrooms both with shower. Bedroom on the second floor not quite friendly with "oldies" but there were handrails to hang on. Have to take shower in the morning otherwise you have to tolerate old shower. The mattress was saggy, not very comfortable after a tiring day.
This hotel was certainly nothing to write home about. The facilities were simply...ok. The shower knob kept coming off and there was no stopper for the tub. The breakfast was unremarkable and we took advantage of it only once. The pool was nice. The "beach" is not a beach...just a few grains of sand shipped in from the nearest cement factory. The ocean was yucky and had a very foul smell. Convenient parking is limited and we had to park behind the hotel one night after we made the mistake of going out to eat. If you want to use this hotel as just a place to sleep, it will suffice. Don't plan on spending a lot of time here. Unfortunately it rained a lot the week we were there and we had to suffer through it in the room. It is close to shopping and the staff (especially the cleaning staff) were exceptional.
Went on a last minute weekend getaway. Was looking for something inexpensive with a good location and waterfront. The rooms are old and outdated but clean. The staff was accommodating and Pleasant. The grounds were well-kept and clean. The water view was nice and relaxing. Conveniently located and would stay there again at $100 a night.
Welcoming from the beginning. Front desk staff were great and answered all our questions. Dive staff were excellent Captain Mike, Steve and Captain Ken were super knowledge and had the skills and experience we look for when we go out. There are really good deals on dives. There is a hut with 2 lounge chairs, right on the water, that quickly became our favorite sunset spot. The bed and room were a little dated, but good for how much we paid. There are 2 grocery stores within minutes so we were able to cook and keep food in a full sized apartment kitchen. This place is incredible. We will be back!
We are divers, so being close to the dive boats is very important. The staff, Violet, and Miguel were amazing. I felt as though I was staying with friends. They always addressed me by name and were very attentive.
It's a condo. There is no staff, no one to check you in, no cleaning while you are there. Aside from that it was great. The two bedroom condo was well maintained and huge. Like 2500 square feet. We would definitely go back.
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.