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A really nice motel overlooking the mangroves. Clean and friendly. People nice, room nice, location nice...and great pizza at the lodge. Would highly recommend. Forty minutes from key west so out of traffic and away where its quiet.
We needed a place that was close to Key West, and was reasonably priced. Sugarloaf Lodge fit the bill perfectly. The rooms were nice and clean. Kind of a retro feel, which was great. As soon as we opened the door, we saw a beautiful...More
The distance from Key West was too long, and the surrounding nature was nice. From the small back porch, one could see iguanas sunning themselves just steps away. Service was friendly, and the free coffee in the mornings much appreciated.
Unfortunately, to me, the room...More
Before I start my review, if you are looking for a modern hotel then this place is not for you. This was a great place to relax and still relatively close to key west to visit at night and roam the town. As others stated,...More
I really enjoyed roaming around this Lodge’s property looking into the water at the fish and taking photos of the animals and plants. Sugarloaf Lodge is one of the older hotels in the Keys, it has some interesting history. If you have a boat this...More
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I don't work there, but drive by there every few days. I am not 100% positive as to the status of all of their rooms, but they look very much open and there is definitely live music in the tiki bar. The only sad part is that... More
I don't work there, but drive by there every few days. I am not 100% positive as to the status of all of their rooms, but they look very much open and there is definitely live music in the tiki bar. The only sad part is that the Perky Bat Tower fell over. I know all of the hotels here are encouraging more guests!