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    Pier House Resort & Spa
    Key West, FL
    $40 Nightly Resort Fee
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    $40 Nightly Resort Fee
    • Free Parking

    • Free WiFi

    According to guests, the Pier House Resort & Spa has all the necessary ingredients of a great Key West, Florida, resort: a prime location (just northeast of Mallory Square), an attentive staff and abundant amenities. This quaint property boasts a heated outdoor pool and its own private stretch of white sand beach, which make it popular with sun-seekers. Guests will also have access to the full-service spa, where salon services and a long list of soothing massages and body treatments are available. As for the accommodations, there are standard rooms with warm, neutral hues and coveted amenities like flat-screen TVs, walk-in rain showers and coffee makers. All spaces also feature balconies or patios and come with Wi-Fi access, which the $40 daily resort fee covers. However, a few travelers caution that some accommodations have inadequate air conditioners and thin walls that let in a lot of noise. Along with well-appointed rooms, guests enjoy access to the tasty One Duval – serving up hearty portions of fresh surf and turf items – and the casual Beach Bar.
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    The Marquesa Hotel
    Key West, FL
    3.5-star Hotel Class
    3.5-star Hotel Class
    • Free Parking

    • Free WiFi

    This tiny hotel on Fleming Street in Key West, Florida, beckons to travelers who don't have young kids. In fact, you have to be at least 14 years of age to stay at The Marquesa Hotel. With one look at the amenities list and restaurant menu items, you'll get a sense of that mature vibe – in other words, don't expect to see any chicken nuggets or hot dogs. Instead, sample Café Marquesa's diver sea scallops or roasted duck breast. The rooms are smaller than what you might expect from a luxury hotel, but they're quiet and dressed in soft hues, with tile or hardwood floors. Just be aware that the hotel does not have an elevator, so some guests suggest requesting a room on one of the lower floors (or packing light). You won't need a car while staying at The Marquesa Hotel since top sights like Mallory Square and the Audubon House & Tropical Gardens are a short walk away.
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    Parrot Key Hotel & Villas
    Key West, FL
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free Parking

    • Free WiFi

    Although the resort is located a couple miles from the center of the city, many guests love the secluded feel that the cottage-style accommodations and lush manicured grounds create. Along with a quiet atmosphere, this 148-room waterfront resort boasts four swimming pools and various on-site aquatic activities, such as snorkeling, kayaking and paddleboarding. And the Caribbean-inspired rooms, which the hotel finished renovating in 2019, aren't too shabby either. Recent guests say the rooms are comfortable and well-maintained, and all rooms are appointed with flat-screen TVs, minifridges and terraces, balconies or porches. Despite the amenities, some guests were disappointed that the downtown shuttle stops operating at 6:10 p.m. Others, however, say downtown Key West can easily be reached on foot or via one of the resort's convenient bike rentals. One advisory: Read the fine print before booking, as some guests were unaware of the extra fees associated with staying at the resort.
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    The Gates Hotel Key West
    Key West, FL
    $38 Nightly Resort Fee
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    $38 Nightly Resort Fee
    • Free Parking

    • Free WiFi

    Visitors of The Gates Hotel cannot stop raving about this recent addition to Florida's southernmost city. The hotel, which opened in April 2015, gives its guests access to several island-themed amenities, including the Rum Row Poolside Bar, a cigar lounge and an on-site food truck. Those looking to get off the property can rent bikes (for a fee) and venture over to Mallory Square or to Duval Street, where many of Key West's bars, restaurants, shops and drag queen nightclubs are located. Previous visitors suggest grabbing a bite while exploring off the property since the hotel's only on-site dining option, The Blind Pig food truck, (while good) can get old after a few days. The Gates Hotel also provides travelers with eco-friendly accommodations that feature reclaimed whitewashed beams and pine beds and include amenities like Key West Aloe bath essentials, Keurig coffee makers, minifridges and flat-screen LCD TVs. Keep in mind, The Gates Hotel charges a $34 daily resort fee, which covers in-room internet, parking, shuttle service to downtown Key West and a cocktail at check-in.

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