It was interesting to read that Park Place was fourth. I don't know what it was like to stay at those other places, but a quick glance shows you can't go to any of them for 60 bucks. Check in was a quick and pleasant breeze, the room had ample entertainment space, a wraparound balcony, a kitchen stocked with cooking equipment, serving wares, and even books and magazines. One tiny nondangerous bug in the sink, but the place was spotlessly clean and well put-together. The kitchen is a little cramped for seating but I'm not sure what else you'd do. The bed upstairs in a private loft was peaceful and accommodating, and even the sleeper sofa -- of genuine leather -- was absurdly comfortable. My room was 331, and as with anyone else there, it's across the street from the park which leads to a small beach which in turn leads to the Gulf and all the touring piers, and is a short walk from downtown with the fishing piers and restaurant life, as well as the quaint Pleasantville-esque downtown. Also, the A/C is indulgently cold. On swampy humid days it was a sweet relief to come back to the mother ship =) There's literally nothing you want for -- it has everything you need and I wouldn't mind having just my "room" as a condo. I'd pay good money for it, too. Except I didn't here. 60 bucks is a steal for a night here. A decent chain hotel can be 89 and it doesn't touch the "second home" feeling here.
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- Park Place In Cedar Key Hotel Cedar Key
- Park Place In Cedar Key Hotel