Coconut Mallory serves as a suite or condo hotel yet is primarily a time share.
Coconut Mallory has had a checkered past. Once a lovely relaxing outpost to the noise and the hub bub of downtown Duval street, it had become unkempt and primarily used as a timeshare salesmans shark tank. Now after a few years of poor management, the Coconut Mallory is back on track. The new management along with the dedicated few existing staff have done magnificent job of turning this lovely facility around. Long overdue repairs have been made in the suites, to the hot tub and general maintenance and upkeep issues addressed. The grounds once again have been kept beautifully. Gone are the days of timeshare sales staff persuing you and workers rudeness and sense of entiltlement. Now the attitude of the staff is pleasant and helpful with a sense of excited accomplishment. They are proud of how far they've come, and they should be.
Unique Quality: Key West is a very lively vacation mecca. It is so nice to be able to get away from the noise and the action in a place such as this.
Located in a quiet area on the outskirts of town yet close enough to bicycle in. Nice pools, the family pool is in beautifully landscaped partial shade by the water and the adults only pool in full sun by a picnic area.
A very nice and under used Tiki Bar is on the water at their marina.
Did this "resort" in mid-Sept. on a trade for a 5* timeshare, & were let down. We would rate this a 2*.
No maid service (get "thin" towels at assigned times).Some servicers had an attitude--as if we weren't allowed to ask for basic amenities that we figured we had a right to expect from paying so high a price (Price mentioned below is per person/per day). Car is necessary (10 mins to Duval St and area beaches); parking at "resort" is competitive--1st come/1st served, sometimes not convenient to room.
Whirlpool not working (were told someone would be looking at it "tomorrow"). No VCR-DVD in any rooms (replacing vcr's with dvd's "in a month"; promised vcr by the next day by 2 persons--never materialized). Be prepared to walk with heavy luggage to the room--1central elevator & 2 luggage carts to accommodate 3 flrs of units.
Wharfside bar was minimally furnished and basic--also could not walk the wharf after 11pm--were brushed away by security, ruining a romantic moment.
One hibachi (only one we saw) for all units.
Nothing to do in immed. area--stay at Duval St until you sleep.
Unique Quality: No great views--ocean view in one bedroom on upper level, but very distant through tree line. Resort is "shoehorned" between two other properties, very compact, not expansive. Gave us the desire to leave daily to go either "shopping or drinking".
Children's area is enclosed by chain link fence.
We would defnitely NOT stay here again.
Directions: just north of airport--within a mile
Made some last minute plans to come down to FF the 25th-29th. Can't find any places to stay within reason. Anyone got any ideas.
I was looking myself I didn't think I would be able to make it but now I have the time off I know the Lachonca on duvall has a few rooms BUT $499 a nite
Hey, I just booked one at one of the B&Bs. Try Duval Gardens or the Southernmost Point B&B. Cheers.
Key West is sold out a year in advance at many places for Fantasy Fest, & prices are "high season." Most hotels and bed & breakfasts have a 3 or 4 night minimum for this special event. I work in the industry. This late, your best bet is to find a hotel outside Key West & book it ASAP! Even the reservation services can't find rooms at this late in the game, unless a cancellation occurs & they rebook the room, which is unlikely, as refunds are usually 30 days in advance for specil events/holidays. Try a nearby Key and you will find a room MUCH more easily. ALso ASK for a AAA discount or their lowest rate or a special. Key West has NO specials during this time, but other Keys may. Don't show up without a reservation during Fantasy Fest! The Weatherstation Inn, an 8 room bed & breakfast in Truman Annex, 2 blocks from Duval St,. the ocean & Mallory Square, is where my friends stay & they love it. It is full for FF. Good luck! Book now for NEXT years Fantasy Fest!
I know someone in Ohio who's looking for people to rent her timeshare property at the Galleon on Oct 21-28, the Fanstasy FEst week. It's a 2 bedroom unit for 6 persons, complete with kitchen, dryer and washer. A week here costs around $2600 and higher during special occassions but she's considering renting it out for $1600 only on the last minute. Anyone interested please e-mail me for her phone number so you can talk to her directly.
For more info abt the resort, pls visit: http://www.galleonresort.com
Im interested to rent the place or room for the fantasy fest. could you please call me to (305) 978 7727, ask for Jose Fernandez or Enrique Castro. We are from Miami. Thank you!
My friend informed me that the Galleon has been rented but has 2 more resorts available:
Coconut Mallory Marina and Resort, 2 bedroom for 6 Oct 21-28, 2006. Rent for the week: US$ 1600
Hyatt Beach House Resort, 2 bedroom for 6. Oct 22-29, 2006. $2,000.
Pls e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested. Thanks!
Have a room for rent (one of two in a 2 bedroom condo) from Monday to Monday during the fest, 2 blocks off Duval. My girlfriend and I will have one room. 1000 for 7 nights. Please call 813 855 2922. JS.
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