Concierge.com's insider take:
This cluster of cottages a short stroll from Duval is the best of the seven hotels in the local association of Key West Historic Inns. The rooms are decorated in the style best described as Key West tropical: wicker furniture, Carmen Miranda–colorful bedspreads, choppy ceiling fans. The 37 rooms are spread out across various buildings and vary enormously: The smaller, less expensive ones are in the 1854 main house, which encircles the heated outdoor pool where breakfast is served. The suites in the bungalows are larger and more secluded and have a veranda well worth the extra cost. If you're driving down from Miami, the biggest plus is the free and ample on-site parking, a rare amenity in Old Town.
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Key Lime Inn was exactly what we were looking for. The front desk staff was very friendly and competent. The price was excellent. We wanted a hotel with great... more