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Key West, FL: Hotel & Motel Planning Guide

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The Key West center point is approximately the area of Smathers Beach and the area of Key West Cemetery.

An island city in the Florida Keys, Key West is the state's southernmost point -- just 90 miles north of Cuba -- that's become a popular tourist destination for Americans and world travelers alike. Key West is renowned for its pastel-colored houses, coral reefs, and laid-back attitude, which makes any trip here a memorable one. Whether you're looking for waterfront accommodations, an upscale spa resort, or budget-friendly lodgings, Key West offers travelers a little bit of everything. More from this guide...

Key West Hotels, Motels & Accommodations

Banana Bay Resort 2319 North Roosevelt Blvd., Key West, FL 33040
  • Banana Bay Resort and Marina is a stunning adult-exclusive resort situated in a quiet area separate, yet just minutes away from the pulsating, exciting nightlife of Duval Street. Guests can experience the great attractions and activities of Key West, or opt to lounge by a gigantic freshwater pool, relax on the sunny beach, or fish the flats right on the property. This resort has the amenities of a great hotel with an intimate island feel.
  • Midscale Beach property
  • Check-in: 4:00pm
  • Fair breakfast prices
  • Most guests thought rooms were spacious
From$171
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Fairfield Inn & Siutes Key West in Key West 2400 North Rooselvelt Blvd., Key West, FL 33040
  • Midscale Suburban hotel
  • Free comp. breakfast
  • Fantastic service
  • Excellent facility
From$319
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Sheraton Suites Key West 2001 South Roosevelt Blvd., Key West, FL 33040
  • High end Resort hotel
  • 2 conference rooms in property
  • Every guests reviewed thought it was a great value
  • Beach is lovely
From$199
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Casa Marina a Waldorf Astoria Resort 1500 Reynolds St., Key West, FL 33040
  • Luxury Five Star Oceanfront hotel
  • 4 floors in hotel
  • Air conditioning was criticized by 100%
  • Bad housekeeping, according to 88%
From$209
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Key Lime Inn 725 Truman Ave., Key West, FL 33040
  • Midscale Downtown property
  • Hotel has 38 rooms
  • Good for sightseeing with nearby parking areas
  • Beautiful architecture
From$129
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The Chelsea House Pool & Gardens
+1-800-881-1523
709 Truman Ave., Key West, FL 33040
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • 3 floors in property
  • Beautiful gardens
  • Excellent romantic hotel
From$199
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The Reach Resort & Beach Club - Key West 1435 Simonton St., Key West, FL 33040
  • The The Reach Resort & Beach Club is the genteel choice of discriminating guests. The The Reach Resort & Beach Club combines the simple beauty and delicate pale sand of the only natural beach in Key West, with exceptional luxury, and an atmosphere of private elegance. Guests are refreshed in sumptuous accommodations featuring every comfort and convenience, with all of the exciting activities of the Keys within easy access in the center of Old Town in Key West.
  • Four-star Oceanfront property
  • Check-in time: 4pm
Best Western Hibiscus Motel in Key West 1313 Simonton St., Key West, FL 33040
  • Midscale property
  • Free complimentary breakfast
Santa Maria Suites in Key West 1401 Simonton St., Key West, FL 33040
  • Four-star property
  • Most guests thought the architecture was beautiful
  • Free smoothies every day
From$300
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Eden House in Key West 1015 Fleming St., Key West, FL 33040
  • 3-star Resort hotel
  • Check in: 3:00pm
  • Staff was wonderful and accommodating
  • Most guests thought beverage prices were a great value
From$200
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Parrot Key Waterfront Hotel & Resort : 2801 North Roosevelt Blvd. 2801 North Roosevelt Blvd., Key West, FL 33040
  • The Parrot Key Hotel and Resort is a tropical paradise within the paradise of Key West with lush award winning landscaping surrounding four breathtaking pools on the Gulf of Mexico waterfront. This resort offers 97 large guestrooms, suites, and private cottages appointed in the easy-going elegance of island-style décor opening onto a patio, a porch, or a balcony. Guests step out of their guestrooms to dine poolside at Café Blue.
  • Four star Resort property
  • 2 floors in property
  • Very good luxury hotel
  • Spacious rooms
From$120
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Southernmost Beach Resort - Key West 508 South St. Key West, Key West, FL 33040
  • High-end Beach property
  • Fitness + Health Center
  • Horrible internet
  • Nice rooms
From$219
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The Paradise Inn 819 Simonton St., Key West, FL 33040
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • Comp. Breakfast
  • Air conditioning was criticized by 67%
  • Nice rooms
From$149
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Villas Key West 512 Angela St., Key West, FL 33040
  • Luxury 5-star Beach hotel
  • 2 floors in property
Ambrosia Key West - Key West 622 Fleming St., Key West, FL 33040
  • Ambrosia Key West is a clean, light-filled, beautiful bed and breakfast right in the center of Key West in the Old Town Historic District. The delightful tropical gardens, and pools create a sanctuary where guests can experience a refreshing change of pace as they gaze at the beautiful azure Florida Keys sky. Near all of the sights and activities of Key West, Ambrosia Key West bed and breakfast is an excellent choice, but only for adults and not spring breakers.
  • Midscale Downtown property
  • Free comp. breakfast
  • Nice rooms
  • Clean
From$199
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Lighthouse Court Resort - Key West 902 Whitehead St., Key West, FL 33040
  • Mid-scale Downtown hotel
  • Free comp. breakfast
  • Good restaurants & bars in the area
  • Beach is so-so
From$145
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Ibis Bay Waterfront Resort in Key West
+1-888-690-5281
3101 N.roosevelt Blvd., Key West, FL 33040
  • Low priced Resort property
  • Hotel has 71 rooms
  • Bathroom could be bigger
  • Rooms could be larger
Crowne Plaza La Concha : 430 Duval St. 430 Duval St., Key West, FL 33040
  • Expensive Resort property
  • 10 suites in hotel
  • Good for sightseeing and has nearby restaurants and bars
  • Close to shops, restaurants, bars
From$229
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Cypress House
+1-800-997-5148
601 Caroline St., Key West, FL 33040
  • 2 star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 22 rooms
  • Near city centre
  • Close to historic sites
Curry Mansion Inn : 511 Caroline St.
+1-888-690-5247
511 Caroline St., Key West, FL 33040
  • Midscale Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 28 rooms
  • Very good hotel
  • Famous sunset
From$280
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Margaritaville Key West 245 Front St., Key West, FL 33040 Website
  • Expensive Resort hotel
  • 188 rooms in hotel
  • Not a cheap location
  • Decent vibe
From$244
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Pier House Resort & Spa in Key West 1 Duval St., Key West, FL 33040
  • 4-star Beach hotel
  • Gym is available on property
  • Terrific location
  • Most guests thought the view was good
From$239
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Hyatt Key West Resort & Spa in Key West 601 Front St., Key West, FL 33040
  • The Hyatt Key West Resort and Spa is ideally situated right in Old Town, Key West; it is an oasis of luxury from which to venture out and experience all of the fantastic attractions, such as jet skiing, diving, fishing, and sailing, as well as taking in the cultural and historical sights. The Hyatt Key West Resort and Spa has 118 recently refreshed guestrooms; all are sumptuous, yet with a sense of refined ease and replete with every modern amenity.
  • Luxury 5-star Oceanfront property
  • 118 rooms in property
  • Hotel is beautiful and luxurious
  • Wonderful sightseeing
From$239
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Ocean Key Resort & Spa Zero Duval St., Key West, FL 33040
  • High end Resort property
  • 100 rooms in hotel
From$289
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The Inn at Key West in Key West 3420 North Roosevelt Blvd., Key West, FL 33040
  • The Inn at Key West combines attentive service in a luxury boutique-style resort hotel with all of the benefits of a great location in Key West to create a vacation haven away from the daily grind of life. Featuring an open-air café, the largest freshwater pool in Key West, and newly upgraded appointments, along with a brand-new fitness room and lush tropical gardens, the Inn at Key West is centrally located for easy access to the many experiences of Key West.
  • Three Star Oceanfront hotel
  • Hotel has 106 rooms
From$149
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The first settlers arrived in Key West in 1521 and a fishing village and garrison were established as Florida was becoming a Spanish territory. The original Spanish word for the area is Cayo Hueso, which means “bone cay.” The island earned the nickname due to the littered bones of the previous inhabitants who had been using Key West as a communal graveyard. Despite the island's grisly history, it's now cherished as one of the premier vacation destinations in Florida, offering a Caribbean-style getaway without the need for a passport.

Today, you can wander around Key West and discover prime shopping opportunities on Duval Street, street performances in Mallory Square, and a variety of historic museums and nature conservatories to keep you busy for the duration of your stay. Whatever your reason for traveling to Key West, it's important to find the right accommodation that allows you to enjoy everything the island has to offer.

When to Visit Key West, FL

In terms of weather, there isn't a bad time to visit Key West. Temperatures are pleasant year-round, although summer is the island's rainy season. If you're willing to bring an umbrella and brave the showers, you can take advantage of discounted room rates from June to August. Expect temperatures to hover around the high 80s and low 90s.

Bargain hunters may also want to consider visiting from September to November. Fall is Key West's hurricane season, but most tourists simply head for higher ground if a storm approaches. Hotel rates are slashed due to the increased chances of hurricanes, but you can snag some unbelievable deals if you're up for the adventure. You'll also be here for popular fall events, including Key West Brewfest and Fantasy Fest Carnival.

Peak tourist season in Key West is in the wintertime from December to February. This is when travelers are trading northern snow showers for an ocean view and mid-70-degree temps. Winter is also a popular time because hurricane season is over, and several popular events take place, such as the Key West Food & Wine Festival. If you're looking to save money on your room, however, winter is the worst time to travel. Hotel rates are high and Key West is crowded, especially during the holidays.

Overall, the best time to visit Key West is in the early spring between March and May. Key West enjoys climbing temperatures and clear skies that make it the perfect time of year for an ocean getaway. Hotel rates are low and the island itself is too isolated for spring breakers. Plus, you'll get a chance to experience several festivals, including ConchFest, Conch Republic Independence Celebration, and Taste of Key West.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Key West, FL:

seasonality of hotel rates in Key West

Key West, FL: Prices by Star Rating Class

Below are 3 charts illustrating avg. nightly cost trends by star rating class in Key West, FL. Browse these illustrations to calculate the cheapest months to book a room in Key West for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in Key West, FL

4 Star Average Prices: $279.62

Upscale accommodations abound in Key West. Ocean Key Resort & Spa overlooking Sunset Pier at Duval Street is among the island's most prestigious hotels. This classic island-inspired resort is within walking distance of shops, the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, the historic Sloppy Joe's bar, and the Harry S. Truman Little White House. Guest rooms are brightly decorated and boast whirlpool tubs, flat-screen televisions, free WiFi, and balconies. In addition to a full-service spa, the property also features a poolside lounge, hot tub, outdoor pool, valet parking, and an on-site boutique and restaurant.

Pier House Resort & Spa is another great option for anyone wanting to splurge on Duval Street accommodations. Located a minute's walk from Mallory Square, Pier House Resort & Spa is an elegant resort that extends over the water on wooden piles. Its refined rooms offer coffee makers, complimentary WiFi, rainfall showers, and fridges. Upgrading to a suite will get you a wet bar, and some suites offer a whirlpool bath and kitchen. One of the best things about this luxury resort is the private beach, which also boasts a hot tub and heated outdoor pool. You won't even have to go far for some great eats, as there is a beachside bar and grill and Caribbean-style café on-site.

If you're hoping to score the private beach perk, you'll also want to consider Casa Marina, A Waldorf Astoria Resort. This upscale accommodation is within walking distance of Duval Street and boasts Mediterranean-style rooms with ocean or city views. All rooms feature mini-fridges, Nespresso machines, and iPod docking stations. Enjoy upscale amenities like an on-site spa, steakhouse, two oceanfront pools, water activities, a casual beachside restaurant, and a kids' club.

4 Star Hotel Prices in Key West

Affordable Hotel Options in Key West, FL

3 Star Average Prices: $228.38

Finding an affordable hotel option in Key West can be difficult, but you just need to know where to look. Seashell Motel & Key West Hostel is a smart dorm-style option in the heart of Old Town. Here you can experience the laid-back atmosphere of Key West surrounded by island-inspired charm and hospitality that won't break the bank. Plus, the hostel's convenient downtown location is just three blocks from Duval Street. If you don't feel comfortable bunking with strangers, Seashell Motel & Key West Hostel offers private motel rooms that provide you with up to two double beds, mini-fridges, cable TV, en suite bathrooms, free WiFi, free limited parking, and coin-operated laundry facilities.

If you're willing to pay a little more, another budget-friendly option is The Inn at Key West. Overlooking the gulf, this tropically furnished three-star accommodation is located a short drive from Key West Golf Club and Smathers Beach. Rooms feature patios or balconies, coffee makers, premium channels, complimentary WiFi, and blackout drapes. There's even an outdoor pool with a waterfall, hot tub, poolside tiki bar, and lush gardens.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Key West

2 Star Average Prices: $203.54

2 Star Hotel Prices in Key West

Which Key West hotels have real discounts?

Staying in Key West can get expensive, which is why it's a smart idea to be on the lookout for discounts. Seniors can take advantage of AARP discounts throughout Key West. In fact, many hotels offer AARP members 10 percent off their best available rates. Best Western Key Ambassador Resort Inn extends that same discount not only to AARP members, but also to members of the AAA Auto Club, COSTCO, and military, including veterans. Some accommodations will even discount your stay based on the type of credit card you use. Best Western Key Ambassador Resort Inn, for instance, provides a discount to guests using a Harley Davidson card. If you're unsure what types of discounts your preferred accommodation provides, be sure to contact them prior to booking.

It's also a good idea to check on extended stay discounts. These vary by property, but you may be able to stay two nights and get the third night at half price, or stay ten nights and get one free.

Another discount to look for is a Key West Express discount. Accommodations like Bayside Inn & Suites offer this type of discount when you make advanced reservations and book boat transportation. It's simply a smart way to save money on ferry costs while you're sightseeing.

Best Value Options in Key West, FL

Key West offers many mid-range accommodations that give you plenty of bang for your buck. Azul Key West is an adult-only bed and breakfast that's listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It offers bright, minimalist rooms with free parking, complimentary WiFi throughout the property, a welcome fruit basket, and beach towels.

Courtyard Key West Waterfront near the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden is another great option. This contemporary accommodation offers living room-style social spaces, an on-site American restaurant with Starbucks coffee, a meeting room, business center, private beach, hot tub, and tiki bar.

Other mid-range hotel options in Key West include DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Key – Key West, Fairfield Inn & Suites Key West, and Key West Marriott Beachside Hotel.

An Insider’s Guide to Key West, FL

There's more to Key West than the side seen by tourists and cruise passengers. Key West is actually a combination of tropical island and small-town America, offering a vibrant culture all its own that's worth exploring as the locals do. If you're hoping to break from the masses during your stay here, skip the chain coffee houses and enjoy a café con leche at a Latino supermarket or coffee window. For some of the best snorkeling around, head to Fort Jefferson on the ferry or a 45-minute sea plane flight. If you can't live without your morning jog, run along the Old Seven Mile Bridge and you might spot some spotted eagle rays in the water below.

While Key West is known more for its coral reefs than its beaches, if you're missing out on lounging on sand, pay the small admission fee to get into Fort Zachary Taylor State Park. It boasts a beautiful beach with plenty of spots for fishing and snorkeling.

No matter your travel style, Key West offers a little something for everyone. Start planning your trip today!

A visit to Key West Recapped

Closer to the Cuban borders than to Florida's mainland, Key West often appears tenuously and partly attached to the rest of the United States. Its 30,000 islanders are famous for their laid-back lifestyle and tolerant attitudes, which often seem adrift in the panoramic combination of seas and skies. The area has been heavily revamped for the millions of tourists that visit per year. The streets are now barely recognizable; the mile-long pavements of Duval Street and Old Town's main promenade have been revitalized. Guests can take their time to explore the exotic blooms, tall skinny palms, and gnarled banyans that threaten to hide the city's faded wooden houses. If you're one of the million tourists, head to the museums first. The Wreckers Museum is the Oldest House in Key West, with displays of cargo obtained from sunken vessels and photographs of the area's heroes. Guests can also explore the tourist shops at Mallory Square, have a conch fritter and key lime pie, or visit the Bahamian Village, and find themselves similarly adrift and torn among the choices. In Key West, taking time is key.

Verified reviews of the city: Key West, FL

Below are reviews of the city of Key West, FL from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Great Time in Key West"
Score 4.0 / 5

Great attractions and things to do even if you aren't a beach lover. If you love the water, it is even more enjoyable!

Beth S., from 19-May-2015
"Quite the Ride"
Score 4.0 / 5

Lively town which caters for all tastes. Many places of interest with some great beaches in the quieter areas. There are many water sport activities available and the drive from Miami through the keys is a pleasurable experience.

Stephen C., from 19-May-2015
"Key West is always where the party is at. "
Score 5.0 / 5

Key West, with its active and diverse nightlife & day activities is one of our favorite places on earth. No one should miss Irish Kevins!

Tom G., from 03-Jul-2014
"What a fantastic place!"
Score 4.0 / 5

Key West is very eclectic, laid back and fun, fun, fun!! I can't wait to go back. We were smiling ear to ear. The food is delicious and the drinks abundant! I suggest a Key Lime Colada at a little stand up bar on Duval. Yummy! Walk around, there is so much history. Rent a bike, or scooter, swim. I can't wait to go back and do more sightseeing as we pretty much ate, drank and shopped!

Gloria G., from 21-May-2014
"Amazing Experience"
Score 4.0 / 5

Key West is amazing. The beaches are beautiful, Duval Street is awesome, you can eat amazing food, listen to live musicians, and the nightlife is never ending! Taking the bridges from Key Largo to Key West is a must, to really realize how "end of the world" -ish Key West is!

Roxane R., from 17-Mar-2014
"Ideal for Vacations, Ideal for Fun"
Score 5.0 / 5

The weather was perfect. Everyone in town understood Key West's main source of income was tourism and did what they could to make your visit to their city enjoyable. The restaurants had great food and the bars great drinks. Everyone was fun.

Barbara O., from 03-Mar-2014
"Must see recommendations"
Score 4.0 / 5

Duval St., Ripley's Believe it or Not, Scooters, Fort Zachary Taylor, Sloppy Joe'sSuper friendly & hospitable!!!

Francesca S., from 23-Dec-2013
The average traveler rating of the city of Key West, FL shown above is 4.3 out of 5 based on 7 reviews
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