|Even roosters like hanging out at the Almond Tree!
This is where Frank and I stayed on our very first vacation ever. It’s not as centrally located as the other accommodations I listed, being near the intersection of Duval Street and Truman Avenue (this is a short walk away from the normal Duval Street hub-bub). It’s also a little more pricey, with rooms averaging about $250 a night. However, the happy hour in the evening and continental breakfast in the morning help make it a good deal!
Here you can read my review that I wrote after staying at the Almond Tree
I also liked staying at Old Town Manor, which is right in the thick of things, a block from Duval Street on Eaton Street.
|Courtesy of Colleen M.
Prices are as low as $105, but in season (Thanksgiving through Easter), expect to pay more like $215 and up.
My sister-in-law and brother-in-law got married here and the bed and breakfast did a wonderful job accommodating everyone. As for the service, the continental breakfast in the morning was quite delicious, and wasn’t your normal spread of dry pastries (I ate cheese and hard boiled eggs every morning).
One of the best places I stayed was here.
|Thank you, Google Maps! I would have never remembered
the name of this place if not for your help!
I know, it doesn’t look very nice from the outside. It’s neither a hotel nor a bed and breakfast… this is a “vacation rental” that my brother-in-law found. He went through Bone Island Vacation Rentals. Once you get past the unimpressive front, you’ll find a little tropical oasis outside.
Inside, there was a bedroom, living room, and kitchen.
|Decor typical of 1990s Key West, but quite nice actually
And we paid less than $200 for the weekend after Thanksgiving, which I think was definitely a good deal!
With every good hotel in Key West, comes a bad hotel as well. From the outside, Mango Tree Inn looks just lovely.
|Don't be swayed by greenery in your john,
the hotel owner is always lurking here