The rooms and facilities are beautiful but I wouldn't consider it a true "resort". There's no in-room dining, and the only "restaurant" (i.e. Poolside fast food) stops serving at 6. Also, the location isn't ideal (adjacent to a Walgreens parking lot a few miles away from downtown) and the shuttle services are not always convenient. Shuttles (i.e. one van) only run a few times a day with the last run at 6pm. Additionally, you need to reserve your shuttle spot ahead of time and peak runs often fill up quickly. With cab rides to downtown costing $15 +tip each way the transportation costs add up quickly.
Our room keys malfunctioned 3 times during our 5 night stay. They promptly made us new keys each time but apparently this is a common problem.
Room keys are required to get ice from the ice machine... But not to get into the pool area. Not really inconvenient but kind of bizarre.
Pools are beautiful - and open late - which was a huge plus.
My husband left me in charge of booking our trip to the Keys, i shopped around looking for a hotel with an onsite restaurant/bar a nice size pool and walking distance to the main attractions but not too close as we have an 8 month old baby! I called ahead to book a crib and they made sure the pack and play was on our reservation! Our flight was delayed a few hours so we called them to let them know we wouldn't be there until after midnight, they said it wouldn't be a problem and had already put the crib in the room for us! A short 15 minute cab ride from the airport and we were in the amazing aroma of the lobby greeted very nicely by the front desk, they gave us extra water on arrival for the baby formula without even asking and showed us to our very spacious, extremely clean room! The next day and the duration of the trip all of the staff were extremely friendly and professional and accommodated to all requests. The pool area was great, lively and fun with a dj during the day and waiters for service at your sun lounger! I will definitely be booking this hotel again on our next trip!
An excellent place to stay! It's well kept inside and out. The front desk took care of anything we wanted to do. You can rent anything to get around or just call a taxi. Key West is awesome and this is a great place to stay! My only thing is I wish all hotels and resorts would upgrade on the paper quality in the restrooms!
Coconut Mallory Resort and Marina by Kees Vacations is located in Key West, the southernmost part in the continental United …More
Staff at check-in was a bit cold or may be cool. The suite we had was roomy and comfy, balcony was facing beach, which we were very happy about. It had all the facilities we need although it showed wear and tear.
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.