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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.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 26, 2002
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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!

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written August 26, 2002
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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.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 25, 2002
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Camping at John Pennekamp...

Camping at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park.
$10-$20.

First stop for the dive/snorkel enthusiasts, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park offers 178 nautical square miles of coral reefs and assorted vegetation along with walking trails, boating and numerous dive/snorkel opportunities.

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  • Written August 24, 2002
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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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  • Written August 24, 2002
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ERNIES ACCOMODATIONS. This is Earnest Hemingway's study where he is said to have penned the bulk of his best works during his most creative period. Papa had a definite downside, like his father, grandfather and niece he committed suicide.(In Ketchum Idaho) But his creative genius/upside was formidable. He lived at various times in Paris and was friends with literary greats Gertrude Stein and F.Scott Fitzgerald...for a time lived outside Havana in a house that is presently a memorial like this one. He retired to hunt in his golden years in a cabin in Idaho. But it is notworthy that he did his BEST work...in little old Key West.

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  • Written August 24, 2002
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  • lar-n-me profile photo lar-n-me
  • Reviews: 164

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Almost any place is perfect. ...

Almost any place is perfect. Our hotel had a perfect view of the ocean, but because of their locations, most would.

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  • Written August 24, 2002
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Hard to find cheap...

Hard to find cheap lodging.There is a youth hostel(small)A few lower cost inns.Concrete monolith hotels and timeshares are destroying the ambiance of Key West,not to mention the natural treasures of salt ponds and mangroves.Call it the stripmining approach to tourism.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Written August 24, 2002

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  • moneysavr profile photo moneysavr
  • Reviews: 47

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Dunns Ocean View Inn: This is a secret in the Keys

Wow this total re-done motel,with tile floors,Large tile baths,with the a great shower,mini frige in room,Micro too.The rooms are new,the Tropical back area off your room opens to the pool area ! Real nice,the back area has a grill to cook the days catch also!
The motel boast's a bar/with food,and is a real conch place=Local! We had fun

The pool and lush tropical landscape on the gulf side, we docked our jet ski and wow this place was fun!

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Road Trip
  • Written January 29, 2005

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  • Reviews: 2

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Wyndham Casa Marina Resort: Nice, but I've seen much better

The hotel room was newly decorated and was pretty. BUT, the bathroom sink was separating from the counter top and the room had NO water pressure for a shower!! The tub even had mold around it. People were friendly, but not very helpful (the whole island is like that). It was like you were putting them out if you asked for anything. I wouldn't reccomend this hotel to people used to the usual luxury resorts. I can't beleive they charge $12/day for things others include for free. Locals were calling this a 5 star resort...I would have to disagree! The restaurant was pretty, but the food was nothing to write home about. This hotel was within walking distance to most everything since the island is so small, although the locals make it sound like it is way too far to walk.

The pool area was pretty and so were the grounds!!! Very nice view for those lucky enough to get an ocean view. The pool guys were very nice and helpful. The waiters & waitresses were just difficult to get help from. They always appeared to be busy (even when it was slow) and would often disapear all together. We couldn't even get our waitress (who didn't speak English) to give us our check after not being able to order our food. The beach is nice to look at, but I wouldn't go into the water. it was stinky and dirty.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written February 2, 2005

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  • Reviews: 37

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Bahia Honda State Park: Camping?

Well, I'm sure Bahia Honda State Park's campground is lovely if you have the right equipment, or if it's not the hottest possible day of summer when you try to go... Unfortunately, we made the mistake of tent camping on an RV site with no trees in the middle of August! :( But other than our miscalculations, it's a beautiful park with great beaches, and a cool bridge you can walk out on that used to carry a railroad, then a bridge, but was finally replaced in the 1970s by the current bridge system.

Cool bridge. Nice beaches. Good bathroom/shower facilities. RV hookups (if you have one) available.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Beaches, National/State Park, Camping
  • Written December 14, 2004
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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)

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written January 29, 2004
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  • jbel2879 profile photo jbel2879
  • Reviews: 55

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Wyndham Reach: Nice place, great beach.

I stayed here with 4 of my girlfriends when we went on Spring Break. The room was adorable, but I didn't see much of it as it was strewn with tube tops and bathing suits the entire time. We had a nice little veranda.

But who goes to Key West to stay in their room? The beach was one of the nicest on the island. It was quiet, right by the pool, perfect sand, they put your chairs out for you and bring you drinks whenever you want them.

Good breakfast. The beach - fabulous. Nice staff. Good gym.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written June 28, 2004

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  • Reviews: 258

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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.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel
  • Written May 31, 2003
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  • Reviews: 1

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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.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Spa and Resort, Family Travel
  • Written August 24, 2003

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