Staying in Key West, our family had been excited to stay at the Curry Mansion, as it had seemed to have a lot of character, and a great atmosphere. Upon arrival we were greeted in a very welcoming way...and the rooms reminded me of those at the Haunted Mansion in Disney World. Exploring the Mansion, and the Widows Walk upstairs was breathtaking...above anything, make sure to tour the Inn. However, after coming home at around 10:30...my sister and I were trying to fall asleep, and between the Air Conditioner turning off and on noisily every half hour, the obnoxious bright light blinding us and preventing any chance of sleep, and the ridiculous drunk couple next to us arguing at 2:30 in the morning...neither of us got any sleep! Walls are paper thin, and the light was horrific. We tried to tie towels to the top of the windows to block out the light, but it still came through. The couple next to us came home drunk, and we had to listen to them arguing for about an hour about the girl dancing with another man at the bar. As entertaining as hearing them screaming at each other was, sleep was out of the question. Sleep in the Main House, simply tour it, or don't stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built by Florida's first millionaire, the Curry Mansion is one of Key West's most beautiful buildings. The Mansion has the perfect location, just off Duval St. near Mallory Square. The Inn consists of three buildings and has ample off-street parking. A complimentary full, hot breakfast with omelets and a 2 hour open bar cocktail party are offered daily around the sparkling pool. All rooms have full private bath, AC, and small fridge. The Curry Mansion's friendly and knowledgeable staff, excellent location, free parking and amenities offer a complete Key West experience not to be forgotten. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Curry Mansion Hotel Key West
- Amsterdam's Curry Mansion Inn Key West, Florida