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Stopped in after a cruise to the Bahamas for a quck stay in the upper keys. I would probably come back. The hotel is a rustic look, and VERY clean rooms, complete with a window shaker A/C! It worked fine though! nice flatscreen TV and...More
If your passing through and need a cheap place for the night this could be your place, but if you are on vacation this hotel is not in the best location. The rooms are clean but the public areas are not. The ventilation in the...More
As divers, we always seek to "stay cheap" in Key Largo area. We have stayed here twice because of the price and a few rooms that can sleep up to 6-8 people in one room. We stayed in room #105 this time and it was...More
The wife and I stayed here for 2 nights while in the keys as this was priced right and not too busy. Key west seemed like a very busy tourist town. This hotel has a nice historic feel to it. Not too many rooms so...More
The hotel was very dirty... None of the floors had been vacuumed, there was a layer of dust on the nightstand. I received a phone call from the owner of the hotel who said that if we checked in after 5PM, we would have our...More
US$54 - US$109 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Typically the winter months (December - March) are considered the tourist season, but in the Keys you never know because the weather is always so wonderful. Best advise go on line to find hotels/motels where you want to... More
Typically the winter months (December - March) are considered the tourist season, but in the Keys you never know because the weather is always so wonderful. Best advise go on line to find hotels/motels where you want to stay and check the rates now. AVOID the Tavenier Inn at all costs it is a smelly dump - I walked in the room, walked back out and LEFT, paid $117 for 1 night there (which I never got back) had to go down the road to find a room (very nice though at the Bay Harbor Lodge but the room cost $208.13 for 1 night). Best advise research places, prices and reviews NOW.