Where to stay in Key West near Duval street

Old Apr 21st, 2022, 05:21 AM
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Where to stay in Key West near Duval street

My husband and I will be taking a vacation in June. We havenít been there before but from what weíve read itt looks like itís best to stay near Duval street. Could you please let me know which hotels you would recommend? Prefer something more upscale. Thanks!
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Old Apr 21st, 2022, 06:49 AM
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We stayed in more of a mid-range place but I wouldn't particularly want to stay too close to Duval street as I think that could get noisy. A few blocks away from Duval would be my preferred location. Key West is small and easy to walk around.
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We stayed at the Banyan House years ago (now called Banyan Resort). Another time we stayed at Simeonton Court Hotel. Both were well located and NOT directly on Duval, which can get really rowdy. Everything is within walking distance so just pick a hotel that looks good to you.
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We stayed at La Concha on Duval, but it was 14 years ago. Nice place then. https://www.ihg.com/crowneplaza/hote...lc/hoteldetail
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Old Apr 22nd, 2022, 10:15 AM
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Tagging on, only because Key West is on my radar. Was there once but also ancient history when we were camping in the Keys.

Funny, see "Related Topics" below... they are also 20 years old -LOL- hasn't anyone been to Key West lately?
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We were there for a day on a cruise just a few years ago. We spent the day walking, from Duval to touring a historic house, to an old cemetery, visiting the wonderful museum and some shopping. Duval was pretty crowded in places and some places were noisy during the day. Don’t know how it would be at night. I would likely look for something with a bit quieter location, or anything that looks nice. OK, but not necessary to stay on Duval.
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La Concha is on Duval st and is very close to all the bars at the end of Duval.
For a more "upscale" and fancier hotel, check out The Saint. It's even closer to the action of Duval street, but tucked into a quite spot (and it has a nice pool).
The Pier House and Hyatt Centric are down all the way at the end of Duval and are pretty nice as well.
Opal Key resort is in this area, and while I've never staid, it looks very nice.
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We have stayed in the Southernmost properties. They are on South Street and Duval dead ends there. We have stayed at The Southernmost on the Beach and The La Mer House. We enjoyed our stay at both. La Mer is adults only.

As as others have mentioned Key West is very walkable. You can walk from these properties which are very close to the Southernmost point marker, where people like to take selfies, to the main part of Duval where all the action is.

They are also also close to the Butterfly Conservatory, The Hemingway House and The Lighthouse.
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