The Marker was conveniently placed and allowed for easy maneuvering around town. The hotel was quiet, clean and the staff were friendly and helpful. We forgot to take the do not disturb sign off the door one day and went to seek out some towels when we returned mid day to freshen up. The cleaning staff said no worries that the room would be cleaned when we came back that evening and it was!
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.