Places to stay in Key West Historic Seaport
Key West Historic Seaport has been a global maritime trade center for at least 200 years. Known by some as Key West Bight, Historic Seaport is a twenty acre mix of old and new. Historically the seaport was the center of turtle, sea sponge, fishing, and shrimping industries. In more modern times, Historic Seaport District is one of the best places to enjoy all that Key West has to enjoy.
While staying in the Historic Seaport District, you can visit the nearby Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden, sail in comfort on the Yankee Freedom III to nearby Dry Tortugas National Park, take a chartered boat ride to the Great White Heron National Refuge or simply sit and enjoy the sea breeze at Key West Bight.
There are many places to stay near Key West Historic Seaport including the private beachfront and island-chic accommodations at Pier House Resort and Spa and the fully renovated Eden House Key West known as the oldest hotel in Key West.
Eden House Key West
Though it operated under another name, Eden House was originally built in 1924 and is the oldest hotel in Key West. This fully renovated hotel in the heart of Old Town brims with amenities crafted to cater to the needs of its guests. Wth accommodations that range from private rooms, porch deluxe, apartments, lofts, and the Conch House, Eden House Key West can meet the lodging needs of many travelers. Privately owned by Mike Eden since 1975, the hotel is also successfully transitioning to becoming a Key West Green Hotel.
Pier House Resort & Spa
With a private beachfront, island-chic accommodations, a well-reviewed spa, onsite dining options and legendary bars, Pier House Resort & Spa provides guests with “genuine island hospitality.” With 119 guest rooms and 23 suites, amenities abound at this pet-friendly resort including chaise loungers at the beach or poolside, beach and pool servers, and even Tesla car charging stations.
NYAH Key West Hotel
Not Your Average Hotel (NYAH) Key West Hotel allows guests to customize their room based on the number of guests and guest needs–a Build Your Own Room (BYOR) concept. Offering complimentary continental breakfast, onsite bike rental, three pools, hot tub, onsite happy hour, and complimentary Starbucks coffee and Wifi, NYAH Key West Hotel provides standard hotel expectations with some personal customization.
Simonton Court Hotel Key West
The inn at Simonton Court Hotel in Key West was once a cigar factory and the surrounding cottages built in 1880 were once home to factory workers. Now fully renovated, this adults-only, luxury hotel offers well-appointed and classically designed accommodations, four sparkling pools, lush gardens, an elaborate continental breakfast, and attentive service to its guests.
The Marker Waterfront Resort Key West
Located by the historic seaport, The Marker Waterfront Resort Key West is the only new hotel to be built in Old Town Key West in over 20 years. The classically-designed 96 room, luxury hotel is nestled in a lush garden and features modern glamor, state-of-the-art rooms, onsite dining options, and thoughtful amenities.