We (6 adults) stayed for a week in early May. We stayed in a 3 bedroom townhouse. I am an Airforce brat so it brought me back to my years living in base housing! All the basics, right there in Key West. Three people in our group had Military ID (You need someone w. a Military ID to get back on the base. The rest of us showed our Drivers Licence ) My daughter and BF walked down to Duval St one evening and our townhouse was a minute walk to the gate so they called when they got to the gate and one of the Military ID people just walked over and vouched them back on, very easy! Unless you are a "walker" driving to Duval is easier, it took my 23 yo daughter about 20 minutes and her feet hurt on the way back since she had on her cute sandals. Cabs are also a very easy choice. For $130 ($110 for 4, and $10 per additional adult a night) for 3 beds, 2 baths, full kitchen (pots&pans, full size fridge, dishwasher and stove, toaster, coffee maker, blender, plates, cups, silverware, and a small charcoal grill) it was worth having to drive to our adventures in Key West There is a screened in back porch area that we ate all our "eat in" meals, we made several meals in to save money .All beds are made up and towels were supplied,easy to exchange during hours posted, we brought our own shampoos and soaps (there is a hotel size bottle in bathroom but w. bring you own. There is also dish soap and dishwasher tabs in kitchen We took a trip to the commissary and BX about 15 minutes way to get our supplies for the week and we saved even more! So if you are ok with a clean but dated basic home base for a Key West vaca this is definitely worth it.
- Also Known As:
- Key West Nas - Fly Navy Hotel Key West