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This is not a 5 star resort by any means But really for the price how can you complain.
It was basic, clean and served the purpose of a nites sleep before heading down the Keys.
Just don't expect much then you will be happier...More
Okay, it is not like I was not warned but I thought a night is a night and it was closer to our final destination, Key West, than other affordable lodgings. Now the place does have a bit of old Florida charm but it comes...More
quite small room (with shower) but clean, it's correct especially if you plan to stay outside. There is a parking, shared fridge and laundry machine, computer and printer (we could not print our boarding pass, however). A convenient cafe is locate right outside! Harry Harris...More
Only for one or two people, and only for overnight. This place has a bed, and bathroom. If that's all you need and want to save $100.00, then this is it. We arrived on Feb. 5th, tried to check in at 4:30, but could not....More
Booked a 2 bedroom Suite on Expedia, they showed beautiful photos of 2 nice bedrooms and a full kitchen... What a lie ~ when we got there the mini parking lot was full (if you can call it a parking lot as it only holds...More
USD 144 - USD 145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I am a single man traveling to Keys in April. Not sure when I will arrive, probably 16th or 17th. Any problem finding a room for about three nights or more?
When does 'off" season begin? I want to relocate so I need time to explore without paying in season rates.
13 March 2015|
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Typically the winter months (December - March) are considered the tourist season, but in the Keys you never know because the weather is always so wonderful. Best advise go on line to find hotels/motels where you want to... More
Typically the winter months (December - March) are considered the tourist season, but in the Keys you never know because the weather is always so wonderful. Best advise go on line to find hotels/motels where you want to stay and check the rates now. AVOID the Tavenier Inn at all costs it is a smelly dump - I walked in the room, walked back out and LEFT, paid $117 for 1 night there (which I never got back) had to go down the road to find a room (very nice though at the Bay Harbor Lodge but the room cost $208.13 for 1 night). Best advise research places, prices and reviews NOW.