This is a beautifully converted "motor motel/inn" in the heart of Key West. Small, but lovely rooms(only 22). A lot of money was spent on upgrading them with high end finishes. Small, lovely pool, courtyard area with a little outdoor bar, eating area.
Great continental breakfast. It is only a 10 minute walk down the famous Duval Street to the waterfront. The famous Conch train has a stop just outside the Inn.
The staff was great. They went out of their way to make your stay the best. They even printed out our boarding passes while we were out touring the city.
Would definitely stay again. The only negative(not the Inn's fault) is roosters are allowed to roam Key West at will, and start their crowing early in the morning. Not good for light sleepers.More