We stayed the first night of our three night trip at the Fairfield, and the next two at a B&B to be closer to the Square. Wished we would have booked all three at the Fairfield. We had Standby Airline tickets, so appreciated this Inn's cancellation policy. We stayed in room 235 which was a suite and cost us 129.00 for this time of year. December, in my opinion, is a great time to go to the Keys. Our room was on the back poolside of the complex and was very large and worth money on Key West standards. The outer rooms did look a great deal smaller, and watch not to get rooms to close to the busy road.
The positives of our stay were the room, very helpful front desk dudes, huge resort style pool, giant breakfast bar, nice Tiki bar, and free parking. The negative would have to be only that it is too far to walk to the Square, but there are several other options. They have bike rentals on sight (plenty close of enough to all spots of interest by bike), Old town trolleys stops in the parking lot, and the actual City Bus (2 dollars) stop is just about 100yds up the street(look for the sign). The schedule for the City bus, if you’re venturous, can be printed on line. I didn’t really think the Old town trolley was worth the money.
There are other must mentions of our trip to Key West. Our favorite thing we did was our sunset cruise on the Schooner the Halie & Matthew. We walked up as they were about to set sail and they knocked the price down to $45 each and it was a grand and relaxing 2 hour sail. We enjoyed lunch at Kelly’s, good conch fritters and the southernmost microbrewery (on location) Red Ale was super. Dinner at the Conch Republic was good, but pricey. Did some Inet searching about all the young Russians in Key West. Seems there is some authority head turning in order to have cheap labor working the shops, with “contractors” getting them in without proper papers. But I must admit, they were all very courteous. Also, consider flying in to Miami, instead of Key West, the drive is scenic and just about 3 hours this time of year. Hit the No Name Pub in No Name Key on the way.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Fairfield Inn Key West hotel offers styish rooms with bright decor, plenty of natural light and perks such as in-room microwaves and mini-fridges. Our top-rated hotel features luxury amenities such as resort-style pool, cabanas and outdoor Tiki Bar at the Fairfield Inn value. You'll still get the convenient perks you've come to love including free WiFi and hot breakfast. Just minutes from Old Town and Duval Street, guests appreciate the quick ride using our onsite bike and scooter rental. Perfect for families, our suites offer extra space to spread out and some rooms even have private balconies! Enjoy the island life at Fairfield Inn Key West Hotel. ... more less
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