Almond Tree Inn

512 Truman Avenue, , Florida, 33040, United States

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    Almond Tree Inn

    by

    We used this place as our base of operations for the wedding and took up the 20 or so rooms the hotel has for rent. Its a great place in a great location- less than a block from Duval Street. The hotel has surprisingly nice rooms, which are quite large and come with some nice amenities like bathrobes. There is a free breakfast and happy hour daily too. The only drawback was the price, which was way steep for what was, essentially, a motel. But everything is expensive in Key West.

    Unique Quality: Location is key here.

    Directions: At the intersection of Truman and Duval

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    Good location and nice place to stay

    by

    We recieved special rates do to the wedding party, but it looks like the rates are between $140 and $350 depending on when you go and what room you get. It was nothing spectacular, just a nice place with a nice pool, friendly staff and good location.

    Unique Quality: We did manage to save a mouse that found its way in the pool late at night that couldn't get out. So there are 3 drunken guys trying to build a ramp out of the patio furniture to save the little guy. I am sure he was thankful.

    Directions: it is located on one side of Duval Street's nightlife, which made it easy to know which way to walk after a long night at the Bars

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Great Time at the Almond Tree

by TripAdvisor Member gpmatthew

Just spent a few days in Key West this past July and had a great time. Our stay at the Almond Tree Inn was fabulous. Rooms were spacious and clean. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The breakfast and happy hour were way more than I expected. The location was perfect for us because it was near to everything, but towards the quieter, sophisticated end of Duval. (We don't party all night like we used to) Lots of nice restaurants, art galleries. Try La-Te-Da and Nine One Five for some quiet relaxing eating and drinking. We took the SeaKeyWest Express from Fort Meyers and that not only saved a lot of driving time, but made the adventure that much more fun. Don't worry, you really don't need the use of a car in Key West. All in all, it was a terrific time. Unless you're an all night party animal and want to be near Sloppy Joe's and Irish Kevin's, I would highly recommend the Almond Tree Inn. I know I'll be staying there the next time I go to Key West.

Very, Very Happy With This Great Inn!

by TripAdvisor Member MEKCharlotte_NC

After reviewing hotels on Trip Advisor, we chose The Almond Tree Inn, and it was DEFINITELY the right decision. Everything was SO clean, and the staff very helpful and friendly. We never drove our car after checking in. We walked everywhere! You miss too much driving in Key West. This was our first trip, and we came back wanting to return ASAP. The poolside breakfast and happy hour are such wonderful touches. We were on the first floor, and we did hear some noise with the people walking around above us, but we were usually up anyway. As someone else mentioned, bathrooms are very small, but we stayed with our two twenty-something daughters, and we managed just fine! I want to stay here everytime back! Hope the management continues doing it right!

Nice place to relax

by A TripAdvisor Member

We stayed at the Almond Tree in May 2004 and loved it. The grounds are very nice and they have a beautiful waterfall in the pool. The rooms were nicely decorated and the beds were very comfortable. I found the staff helpful, and the breakfast was pretty good too. You are in the middle of town but feel like you are a world away. Try the Deli Restuarant across the street, it is much more than a deli. Only complaint was the air conditioner was right next to the bed. I would highly recommend this place.

Great Anniversay

by TripAdvisor Member cosmic

Took a couple of days out of our stay in Fort Lauderdale to celebrate our Anniversary in this little 'find'. Tip - Flights took 45 mins. instead of 4 hours drive. Decided to book this due to all good comments read on Trip Advisor and it was a very good move. Booked a King suite (Room 212) was upstairs and was worth every penny - beautiful. Large 4 post bed, sofa, chairs, wet bar, ensuite bathroom. Lovely touches like oreo cookies, bottles of water & fluffy bathrobes in room for us. There is a comp. breakfast in mornings out near pool and also a happy hour with cheese & crackers which is a very nich touch. We went on train tour around key west which was very informative and fun. We can recommend a nice restaurant across the road from the hotel can't remember name but it is painted PINK and is on a corner. it doesn't look much from outside but we had the most scrummy food. Hubby had Grouper and I had Steak and Lobster. Excellent time here.

The best inn we have stayed in.

by A TripAdvisor Member

This place was great. The location is prefect, just close enough to easily walk anywhere in the old section of Key West, but because of its design, it is also quiet and private.

The rooms are beautiful, and with the exception of the severly undersized bathrooms, a good size.

The staff is very friendly and helpful. Do not hesitate to get their advise or assistance in finding a good place to eat or booking a fishing or snorkling trip. In fact, unless you are good at makeing friends of the locals. don't go anywhere else to book your trips or get dining advise.



Excellent hotel...

by A TripAdvisor Member

Stayed July 4-7 and loved it. Vintage design, intimate pool and hot tub. Staff was courteous and helpful. Ten blocks from Mallory Square but bike taxis or scooter rentals eliminate the walking ordeal. Didn't do the breakfast but enjoyed a cold beer every evening. Great a/c after a hot day in the Keys. PS Eat at MICHAEL'S for truly fine dining.

Loved the Almond Tree, BUT don't count on a good night's sleep!

by TripAdvisor Member Margaritalady/pa

Stayed at the Almond Tree for 3 nights in July. It is truly a lovely place and every positive comment on Trip Advisor was true. Great rooms, nice happy hour and continental breakfast--great location too. The only negative comment we have to make is that the rooms are in VERY close proximity to the pool--which is open 24 hours. We were awakened each of the 3 nights (the first two at 3:30 a.m.) and the last at around 2:00 a.m. by inconsiderate vacationers. There is no on-site night manager or security, so this seems to pose a problem at times-though the management says it doesn't happen often--lucky us, I guess 3 out of 3 nights!
Would we return to the Almond Tree? in a heartbeat--only next time with the manager's phone number on speed dial and a white noise machine.

Almond Tree - Absolutely First Rate!

by A TripAdvisor Member

Loved the Almond Tree! My husband and I were referred by my sister who raved about the rooms and staff. We called at the last minute and could not get a King room, so we paid a little extra for a suite. Our room was absolutely gorgeous and so very very clean (and I'm a neat-freak). The suite was more than we needed, but worth every penny! Can't say enough about the staff, everyone was so helpful and FRIENDLY!!! My husband and I have stayed at hotels all over the world and have never met such a nice staff... They were always smiling and offering to help with top notch excursion / dinner suggestions / reservations. The best suggestion was dinner at Alices Restaurant, nearby, be sure to try the Tuna Tempura... Yummm... The hotel's included Happy Hour and Breakfast was just icing on the cake! Perfect!!!

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Where to stay?

by sfemme24

I am going back to key west next month and dont know where to stay i took the advice of tropicdiver and stayed at the almond tree inn last year and lOVED it i want to go back but its a little too expensive for me and my daughter..last time ididnt have to pay : )anyone have any other suggestions..similar to this place but maybe closer to the sunset celebration so i can drink and not have to worry about driving back? thanks..: )

RE: Where to stay?

by SunTanBob

There are many reasonably priced bed and breadfasts just off of Duval St. at the Mallory Square (sunset) end. I'm not familiar with the Almond Tree but we have stayed at one called the Island City House that had a great location and reasonable rates.

RE: RE: Where to stay?

by sfemme24

I am looking for one that like the almond tree inn, is CLEAN, has a pool, free breakfast..prefer one that is kind of quiet, and has our own bathroom. The almond tree in was awesome its at the farther end of duval st. but it was very nice it had a nice pool and jacuzzi outside and breakfast..it was just a little too expensive for me, and a little far from Mallory Square...

RE: RE: Where to stay?

by Peter_krynicki

What did you pay per night plus room tax for the Almond Tree?

Pjk

RE: RE: Where to stay?

by sfemme24

i paid i think $180 last year in june..i checked for next month and its $209 or more pernight.

RE: RE: Where to stay?

by Peter_krynicki

See what you think...

http://wickerhousekw.com/

If no good, why?

Pjk

RE: RE: Where to stay?

by sfemme24

that one looks ok but i read reviews on trip advisor and having to leave the keys at desk sounds annoying, plus its at the farther end of duval, id like to be alittle closer to mallory square..almond tree inn is right at us 1 and duval also.

RE: RE: Where to stay?

by sfemme24

i just contacted them anyway and all they have available is $215 a night too expensive for me : ()

RE: RE: Where to stay?

by Peter_krynicki

OK, next up

the Mango Tree Inn...http://www.mangotree-inn.com/

and the Nassau House...http://www.nassauhouse.com/pages/1/index.htm

(But you are in high season, so better rates are harder to find.

Pjk



RE: RE: Where to stay?

by sfemme24

isnt the nassau far from duval street though?

RE: RE: Where to stay?

by sfemme24

mango tree only had one night available.

RE: RE: RE: Where to stay?

by sfemme24

mango tree only had one night available.

RE: RE: RE: Where to stay?

by sfemme24

mango tree only had one night available.

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Address: 512 Truman Avenue, , Florida, 33040, United States