Key West has hundreds of hotels and accommodation options but few match the Parrot Key Hotel and Villas. The award-winning property has been named the best in the Florida Keys by countless publications for its environmentally responsible practices and luxury accommodations.
Rooms at Parrot Key Hotel
Guest rooms and suites come with water or garden views of varying sizes. Styled in Keys-inspired coastal decor, there are one or two-bed options, some with balconies and private porches with access to the artificial beach. It has Adirondack chairs and hammocks for relaxation.
Amenities include WiFi, mini-fridges, coffee makers, flat-screen televisions, and a bag of curated goodies that you can purchase to take home. Bathrooms have refillable toiletries for lessened environmental impact and comfy bathrobes.
Dining at Parrot Key Hotel
The Grove Kitchen and Bar is the poolside eatery offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Menu favorites include avocado toast, shrimp Benedict, and pizzas. They have tart Key lime margaritas, craft beer, and wine.
The resort has three pools, including one for adults only. Parrot Key offers shuttles to Smathers Beach and to Duval Street in central Key West. The hotel also arranges outings for golf, fishing, and watersports.
Tips for Staying at Parrot Key Hotel
The Parrot Key Hotel and Villas is located at 2801 North Roosevelt Boulevard, Key West, Florida 33040. Rooms start around $400 per night. Valet parking is the only option if you’re traveling by car and is $15 per day for 24-hour access. Book your stay by visiting their website or calling (888) 665-6368.
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