We stayed one night in a King 'Suite,' wasn't really a suite, just a larger than average room with a pull out couch inconveniently located right in front of the door. We paid over $500 for this suite. I know it was Spring Break but please. This is hardly the Ritz. Loved the location, it was clean and comfortable and the people who worked there are lovely. Don't think we'll be back though, they allow kids (have them but don't want to be around them in KW) and it's overpriced.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The new Almond Tree Inn came to life this summer as construction crews worked nearly around the clock for four months to complete the project in time for the celebration. We pulled together beautiful, green minded, and Made in the USA products from the top manufactures and designers in the industry. The guest rooms feature custom made furnishings, amazing showers, the latest in technology, stunning wood floors, luxurious linens, and beautiful artwork by local artist.With the ambiance of a secluded resort you would never imagine Duval Street is just 50 steps outside our gates... "Ranked in the Top 5 Hotels & Resorts in Key West by TripAdvisor with over 400 five star ratings" Winner "Certificate of Excellence 2011, 2012, & 2013".Give us a call to book your stay and join us in Celebrating a New Almond Tree Inn! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Almond Tree Hotel Key West