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2801 N Roosevelt Blvd, Key West, FloridaMap
Some of this area’s most scenic and unspoiled beaches are home to this Key West accommodation, and this location offers many advantages to both the working and the pleasure tourist. The Key West Museum of Art and History is just minutes from the Parrot Key Hotel & Resort Key West, along with a great many other educational and historical sites. Those who are forced to work while in town are afforded a very short commute to the downtown corporate and financial districts. The Butterfly Conservatory, the Ernest Hemingway House, Duval Street, and an endless selection of aquatic diversions, dining, and shopping are all within easy reach. Various public transport options are available at the Parrot Key Hotel & Resort Key West, with foot touring being the most popular. Guest cabins at the Parrot Key Hotel & Resort Key West offer three story one to three bedroom comfort, full kitchens and multiple baths, ocean view and beach access patios and terraces, and resort-style amenities. There is a rainforest garden at the Parrot Key Hotel & Resort Key West, as well as four swimming pools, a tiki bar, dining, meeting space for business or pleasure, and private beach access.
Ratings by kids' ages
- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
- Can accommodate large families
- Smoke-free property
- On-site restaurant(s)
- Cribs (infant beds) available
- Outdoor pool
- Beach umbrellas available
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It was beautiful, very clean and we felt very secure. All the staff that we dealt with were friendly and very professional. My 9 year old son was obsessed with finding coconuts and one of the staff (possibly the owner) took the time to ta...
Thanksgiving 2011 in Key West
I really researched all of the hotels available and we were very pleased with our stay at Parrot Key. It really is beautiful. Very tropical, secluded (for being in a town) and very clean. 4 warm pools are wonderful! Don't expect any beachfront hotels in Key West. None had a beach or at best a little patch of sand they called a beach. Go to Fort Zachary […] for the prettiest beach setting. Bring a lunch and picnic. We saw plenty of locals and several weddings there on one weekend. Bring your pool shoes as lots of old dead coral make it difficult to walk into the water, but once in you are okay. The water at Smathers Beach was dirty. A day trip to Bahia Honda about 30 miles north was worth the day trip to swim...
Great place but far from downtown
We were really impressed with size of the 2/2 we stayed in. It did not matter what unit you stay in they were all the same.The microwave, coffee maker and refrigerator w...
Really nice family hotel
A beautiful secluded hotel a bit away from the madness of Duval and downtown Key West. It is not located within walking distance of downtown, but the front desk can arrange for bicycle rentals to be brought right to the hotel, saving parking and a lot of other hassles.Hav...