Passage to Bohemian Beauty
Here in the heart of Old Town Key West, a collection of private sanctuaries invites you to unwind, let loose and embrace the carefree spirit of the Keys. Our five hotels offer a total of 219 guestrooms and suites throughout a medley historic architectural gems, each with its own personality. Yet they’re all united in layered bohemian style—from elegant summer cane beds and antique European armoires to the fresh white palette that pops with tropical tints. The easy-going ambience extends outdoors to winding walkways, hidden nooks, inviting pools and our signature vintage Moke parked outside. Are you feeling the Key West warmth already? Just wait till you get here.
(Previously Chelsea House + Key Lime Inn)
Three pools, winding brick walkways and tropical greenery woo guests to an enchanting Key West experience.
Perfect for: Families, groups and couples
Walk to: Duval Street, The Basilica of St. Mary Star of the Sea and Better than Sex Dessert Restaurant
(Previously Cypress House)
Once the estate of a prosperous industrialist, Ridley House charms guests today with Bahamian architecture and high-end luxe.
Perfect for: Honeymooners and couples
Walk to: Sloppy Joe’s Bar, Mallory Square, Key West Historic Seaport and Waterfront Brewery
(Previously Merlin Guest House)
Enjoy a front-porch seat to the lively Key West scene at this intimate retreat in the center of Old Town.
Perfect for: groups and travelers looking to spend time in the art district
Walk to: Duval Street and Bourbon Street Pub
(Previously Lighthouse Court Hotel)
Lively social scene with a bustling bar meets iconic views of the Key West Lighthouse and Hemingway’s home.
Perfect for: Groups and travelers looking to visit historic Key West sites
Walk to: Ernest Hemingway House and Museum, Key West Lighthouse and First Flight Island Restaurant and Brewery
(Previously Albury Court)
Return from reef diving or deep-sea fishing to informal, bohemian conch-house lodging in a neighborhood setting.
Perfect for: travelers looking for activities, sightseeing and water adventures
Walk to: Waterfront Brewery, Key West Historic Seaport and ferry terminal