Downtown Key West, Santa Maria Suites is minutes from Duval
Street, Key West Butterfly, the Nature Conservatory, Ernest
Hemingway Home and Museum, the Audubon House and Tropical
Gardens. 35 air-conditioned rooms with kitchens with refrigerators
and microwaves, pillowtop beds, flat-screen televisions,
phones, safes and desks. Onsite there is an outdoor pool,
a fitness center, and bicycles to rent. Additional features
include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge
services. Hotel Restaurant a well and many dining establishments
within a block or two, complimentary reception. Complimentary
newspapers in the lobby and dry cleaning/laundry services.
Free self parking is available onsite. And, if you are unaware,
this is a BIG deal in Key West!
Hyatt Key West Resort and Spa is in the Key West Historic
District and minutes from Ripley's Believe It or Not,
Audubon House and Tropical Gardens, Schooner Western Union
and Mallory Square. 118 guestrooms around a large outdoor
pool, most with views of the Caribbean. . Rooms have iPod
docking stations, private furnished balconies, complimentary
wired and wireless Internet, and TV. Baths have rainfall
showerheads and complimentary toiletries. Spa onsite with
massages, body treatments, and facials. Outdoor pool,
concierge services and gift shop/newsstand. Onsite resort
restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and
room service during limited hours. There are Many Many
other restaurants within a short 4 block walk. Relax with
your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar.
Limo/town car service, express check-out, and dry cleaning/laundry
services. Self parking (subject to charges) is available
the thing..... Beach, with sand, sun and water ar your
feet is HARD to come by in Key West. Southernmost On the
Beach is one of the VERY few hotels on a sandy beach.
Stay here for the Real Key West Beach experience. Steps
from South Beach, Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory,
close to Ernest Hemingway Home, Museum and Audubon House
and Tropical Gardens. 124 air-conditioned rooms with refrigerators,
flat-screen televisions, complimentary wired and wireless
Internet access wwith satellite programming. Private bathrooms
with showers ane complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as phones
with free local calls.
onsite spa, offers massages and facials. 3 outdoor swimming
pools and a private beach. Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's
beachfront restaurant, which features a bar. B 24-hour
business center, and a computer station. Self parking
(subject to charges) is available onsite.
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a stay at The Saint Hotel, you'll be centrally located
in Key West, steps from Key West Film Society and Red
Barn Theater. This property is close to Audubon House
and Tropical Gardens and Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum.
38 air-conditioned rooms featuring iPod docking stations,
complimentary wireless Internet access and TV with cable
programming. Private baths with showers have designer
toiletries and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences
include safes and coffee/tea makers, as well as phones
with free local calls.
pool and garden, Tour / ticket assistance. Complimentary
newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services,
and luggage storage. Self parking (subject to charges)
is available onsite.
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are an incredible number of things to do in Key West. From
Water Sports to pub crawling your day can be filled with
exciting activities. But, Key West is also laid out in a
compact way that makes walking around, shopping or sightseeing
very easy and fun. Here are a few of the places
you should check out while in town.
Marquesa’s "Contemporary American Cuisine” does not
disappoint. Specialties include grilled meats and
fresh, local seafood, complemented by inventive appetizers
and salads as well as fresh baked breads and desserts
made daily. Diners at the 50-seat restaurant catch
glimpses of kitchen theatre behind a hand-painted
trompe l'oeil wall. Large mahogany-framed mirrors
give diners a view of the entire restaurant. Specialties
include Macadamia Crusted Yellowtail Snapper, Proscuitto
Wrapped Black Angus Filet, Conch & Blue Crab Cakes,
Roast Rack of Australian Lamb and Pan Roasted Duck
Breast. Based on seasonal availability, Chef Susan
Ferry selects the finest seafood, meats and produce
to design the menu. She and her team of talented chefs
present innovative interpretations of classic dishes
nightly. A cozy bar is available for drinks, light
bites, dessert and coffee or full meals. Friends and
hotel guests meet at the bar prior to dinner and before
or after the theatre.
its inception, One Duval, the signature restaurant
of The Pier House Resort & Spa has established its
own food and wine personality, creating a culture
of passion and seeking perfection. Located on Duval
Street, One Duval remains true to its local surroundings,
providing an elegant, artfully inspired atmosphere,
where a view of the ocean is accessible from any seat
in the house. Under the direction of Chef Maria Manso,
the restaurant has quickly become a “must experience”
destination for discerning diners. One Duval showcases
the area’s cuisine movement with an eclectic tribute
to the flavors of he Caribbean and the Americas. The
menu changes every other week, representing the latest
trends and the finest ingredients. One Duval offers
a three and five course journey tasting menu.
House is located at the Reach Resort in Key West,
the only Caribbean island in the United States. Expansive
windows overlook the Gulf and Outdoor Dining on the
terrace is available for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Strip House's innovative menu includes prime cuts
of meat charred to perfection, signature side dishes
such as truffle creamed spinach, goose fat potatoes,
and the famed 24 Layer Chocolate Cake. A well balanced
and expansive wine list is available. The striking
red interior decorated with black and white seductive
images of women in various forms was designed by David
Rockwell. Strip House has been named One Of The Top
Ten Best Steakhouses in America by Maxim Magazine
and one of America's Greatest Steakhouses by GQ Magazine
of the many things to see...
Beaches and attractions in Key West Florida :
West's Shipwreck Historeum 1
Whitehead St. Key West, FL features a multi-sensory museum
with historical interpreters, laser shows, and films while
offering guided tours.
West Lighthouse Museum 938 Whitehead St. Key West,
Florida features a 90 foot lighthouse built in the 1800s offering
a scenic view of the Keys along with exhibits and tours. Take
the tour, climb to the top of the lighthouse and get a bird's
eye view of Key West and the neighboring Hemingway house.
See what it was like to live as a lighthousekeeper in the
Flagler Station Overseas Railway Historeum 901
Caroline St. Key West features the first train in Key West
constructed in the early 1900s offering tours, dioramas, and
Curry Mansion 511 Caroline St. Key West, FL features
a mansion built during the 1800s with an Victorian exterior
offering over 20 rooms with period furnishings and tours.
Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum 907 Whitehead
St. Key West, Florida features a Spanish Colonial home where
Ernest Hemingway lived until his death in 1961 offering tours
throughout the day. The tour is short but a lot of fun AND
you get to mingle up close with the six toed cats.... but
be careful not to reach and pet... they REALLY don't like
Key West Museum of Art and History
281 Front St. Key West features the décor of
a Richardsonian Romanesque Custom House built during the 1800's
offering tours and a variety of exhibits to include Ernest
Hemingway's bloody World War II uniform.
Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Museum
200 Green St. Key West, FL features exhibits of the
items found in 2 Spanish galleons from the 1600s offering
a view of a massive gold bar and a 77.76 carat emerald crystal.
This will take 1/2 day... you'll see the gold, hear the story
of how it was found.... and get to lift a real gold bar. It's
heavier than you think.
Zachary Taylor State Historic Site - Southard St.
Key West, FL features an 80 acre historic site and park offering
swimming, picnicing, and tours of the fort. the beach is not
great... but it's the largest downtown has to offer.
S. Truman Little White House - 111 Front St. Key
West, Florida Key West features a home belonging to Harry
and Bess Truman offering tours throughout the day.
West Golf Club - College Rd. Key West, FL features
a 200 acre golf course offering a scenic view of a dense field
of tropical mangroves.
Reef Adventures - 261 Margaret
St. Key West, Florida features night and wreck dives on a
40 foot boat.
Beach - Atlantic Blvd. Key West, FL features over
300 feet of sand offering swimming and sunning opportunities
for gay and straight vactioners to enjoy the scenic vistas.
Beach - S. Roosevelt Blvd. Key West, Florida feature
an opportunity to swim, snorkel, and parasail while offering
a concession stand. A Huge Beach... plenty of space to stretch
out. But it is a mile from the downtown action. So plan on
spending the day.
Conch Train Tours - Key West features a narrated
tour of ever 50 sites on a yellow train. There also a ever
present trolley running throughout downtown.
Ghost Tours of Key West -
430 Duval St. Key West, FL feature a tour of the area offering
explorations of pirate tales, unmarked graves and haunted
Key West Cemetery - 701 Passover
Lane, Key West features a stacked cemetery offering tombstone
epitaphs to read "I Told You I Was Sick" and "At
Least I Know Where He's Sleeping Tonight."
Audubon House and Tropical Gardens - 205 Whitehead
St. Key West, Florida features the décor of a home
built during the 1800s along with self-guided tours offering
exhibits of Audubon prints, period antiques, old photos, and
Key West Aquarium - 1 Whitehead
St. Key West, FL features an open air aquarium along with
guided tours offering views of sharks, barracudas, tarpon,
stingrays, and turtles.
Clinton Street Market - 291
Front St. Key West features numerous boutiques and souvenir
shops while offering a multi-screen presentation about life
and wildlife in Key West.
Key West Cigar Factory -
308 Front St. Key West, FL features a variety of cigars available
Discovery Glass Bottom Boat - 251 Margaret St.
Key West features scenic tours of the area on a 78 foot triple-decker
ship offering underwater views.
Key Encounter Nature Theater - 291 Front St. Key
West, FL features film presentations relating to the local
exotic marine habitats.
Fishing Key West - Key West, FL features fishing
excursions throughout the area while offering the capture
of tarpon, bonefish, permit, and redfish.
Hog's Breath Fishing - 201 Front
St. Key West features fishing excursions throughout the area
offering the capture of tarpon, permit, tuna, wahoo, grouper,
snapper, dolphin, mahi mahi, king mackeral and cobia.
Island Escapes Fishing Packages
- Key West, FL features fishing excursions along Hemingway's
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