- Reviews: 154
Jabour's trailer court: the most expensive trailer park in the USA!
We camped in Key West during the week of New Years 2002. We arrived at Jabour's "trailer court" after reading on their website that they had tent sites as well as trailer sites and ended up spending 67$ per night to camp between the bathroom and a trailer that I am pretty certain was someone's home. We did not spend a lot of time there fortunatly and it was the closest campground to the action, just 2 blocks off of Duval St. but if you decide to stay, keep in mind that when you finally turn in for the night....there are dozens of wild roosters in Key West that will keep you up ALL NIGHT! You don't come to Key West to sleep, agreed, but you also can't live without at least a few hours every night! It made for some great laughs...
It was nice to be able to walk to Duval St. and not have to worry about finding parking like the people who camped at Boyd's a few miles up the road.
- Reviews: 6886
Wyndham Casa Marina Resort: National Historic Registered
When we lived in Key West in 1966, this was the 'big' luxury hotel on the island (built in the 20s-30s and in the National Historic Register), and the only one with it's own beach. It still is the only one with any extensive private beach. It appears to have a nice pool in addition to the beach..
It is on the Hawk Channel/Atlantic Ocean side, and has 1100 feet of private beach just 'south' (west) of the West Martello Tower.
I have not stayed here.
There are two other hotels which are across the street from the manmade public beach on that side of the island, but you have to cross 4 lanes of Roosevelt Blvd to get there. The hotel is also close to Duval Street and across the island (widthwise) from the Mallory Square action. The Bone Island Shuttle or the other buses can get you down there pretty cheaply without the problem of parking once you are there.
- Reviews: 2603
Wyndham Reach: Wyndham Reach Hotel
Reasonable price, good location, and the home of 'Shula's' restaurant.....
Oceanfront location, with a little sand beach for guest. Free High Speed Internet if you are a Wyndham rewards member. (free to join)
- Reviews: 1
Wyndham Casa Marina Resort: best for families
We have been traveling to key west every winter for years(since marriot owned this place) first without kids now with kids. We have stayed at many different locations on the key but trust me this is it for travel with kids to key west.
My advice with kids also is get tickets first thing at the bone island shuttle park your car and leave it parked.
only place with a "beach" ( mind you it is a keys coral beach not one with waves) kids program- great pools- hot tub sunset view on beach, bone island shuttle stop, great food and for you with real young kids it is nice to eat dinner on the beach and let your child play in the sand right next to you happy as can be.
- Reviews: 258
Key West Hideaways--Island Oasis: Very comfortable and plenty of room for a family!
This is a cottage colony grouped around a beautiful pool, and it was terrific! Clean, comfortable, and perfect for a group of five, with two large bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, sleep sofa in the living room, washer/dryer. I would definitely stay in one of Key West Hideaways' many houses in Key West again. We had absolutely no complaints, the staff was very nice, the rental comes with daily maid service, and we were close to everything in the Old Town area.
Our location was at 606 Truman Avenue, just two blocks off Duval Street. This unit, because of it's size, was about $1700 for five days---for five people, I think it was a good buy. Two hotel rooms of the same quality (without kitchen, etc.) would have been closer to $2000. And we saved money by making our own breakfasts and a few other meals also.
They have many different size homes for rent, from little 1-2 person ones to large size like the one we stayed in.
Clean, comfortable, well taken care of, and the pool was great---great for families.
- Reviews: 187
Don't stay here!
If your directions to your accomdations lead you to buildings that look like this, GET OUT! This is Ocean Walk Condominiums, not a resort! There are plenty of fine bed and breakfeast situations available, don't settle for this!
- Reviews: 278
One more view from the roof...
One more view from the roof top, notice the ocean in the back ground of both of these photographs. The streets are still wet, as it had just briefly rained, but it quickly cleared up, and we decided to get this photo session in before heading over to Mallory Square for the sunset celebration.
- Reviews: 278
Here's a picture of our messy...
Here's a picture of our messy bathroom at LaConcha. It really was a nice place - i just don't have any pictures of the actual room...
- Reviews: 167
B&B's and loads of quaint...
B&B's and loads of quaint places
Varies on what you pick
Check them out before you book . . . Many places cater to alternative lifestyles . . . It would be a shame to ruin their vacation as well as yours if you are not comfortable with this . . . The chamber of commerce spells it all out for you on what they send out
- Reviews: 1
The Wyndham is the nicest...
The Wyndham is the nicest hotel there. It has the only real beach and a great restaurant for eatting breakfast while catching a cool breeze overlooking the water. A little pricey but it's worth it.
$330 per night
- Reviews: 145
Staying with the locals could...
Staying with the locals could be a real treat for those who want to experience the real thing.
$125.00 for Four People.
We stayed in a home with two bedrooms, full bath,
complete kitchen and living room on bay side.
- Reviews: 6
Garden Key: Garden Key
Camping is cheap--$3 per night per person--but the boat ride is a bit pricey. $130 per adult,$99 per child (4-16 years).
The view is gorgeous. Blue water, ideal for snorkeling.
- Reviews: 7
My Fav is the Reech hotel. Has...
My Fav is the Reech hotel. Has the best hot tub I could find in KW.
Great rooms. Great Hot tub. Good food. Good entertainment. Good location. Quite but not cheep!
- Reviews: 216
Can really recommend the...
Can really recommend the Carnival Ship 'Imagination'. Of course the only way you'll get to lodge here is if you book a cruise first!
Depends on how long a cruise you book.
It's a hotel that takes you to your destinations.
- Reviews: 5956
Camping at Bahia Honda State...
Camping at Bahia Honda State Park.
Perhaps the least developed of the well-known Keys, Bahia Honda is a peaceful respite from quaint but touristy towns you’ll be passing through. Though expensive, the campsites, especially those on the waterfront are some of the most scenically situated that I have ever come across. Well separated from your neighbor, and engulfed by local vegetation, you have front access to a pristine beach and lovely turquoise seas.
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