So I decided to go to Key West last minute, everything under $600/night (no joke) that didn't look crusty on the reviews was booked. The only thing that was available was the $350/night Marriott.. that was literally right outside the gate. So we paid $79, the room was big and clean, 2 double beds, a kitchenette with dishes and whatknot, and nice size bathroom. We paid between $10-15 for cab rides to and from old town but minimized trips and with how cheap the room was, it was still a better option than staying in Oldtown and paying a lot more. Also since its removed you can actually sleep because its nice and quiet!! I met some Marines out who were also staying at Navy lodging but their rooms were in an annex in Old Town, by the southern most point. I'm not sure how you book those but this is still a great option and I would 150% recommend it to other military personnel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- PROVIDING OUTSTANDING HOSPITALITY TO THOSE WHO PROUDLY SERVE OUR COUNTRYThe Navy Lodge is your number one choice for outstanding guests services specializing in meeting the needs of the PCS military family, TAD and leisure traveler. Please note: International Military are Welcome, but must be pre-approved through base security. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Navy Lodge Key West Hotel Key West
- Navy Lodge Key West Florida