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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
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Recent Key West reviews
"We really enjoyed this condo. The Parrot theme was breathtaking and fun as the trip went on. The view of the beach was wonderful. The pool area was very inviting, never crowded. The beds were extremely comfortable. The kitchen was stocked with everything we needed. I love the fact it was not near Duvall st because we had lots of privacy. And the parking, well it was the best, we never worried about leaving our stuff in the truck. We will be back!!!"Guest: The Fab 4 Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 26, 2014View listing
"This is our third year in a row coming to Sunrise Suites, and our first stay at this condo. It was clean, well maintained and in a nice spot near the tennis courts. Front desk staff very friendly and helpful as always. My only suggestions would be to replace some of the cookware. As we are a family of 5 we cook in a lot and the pans were in pretty bad shape (Teflon all scratched up). Also, we have never needed to use the pullout sofa bed during our stays, but this time we did. The mattress was pretty uncomfortable with metal springs, so we shifted around and one of us slept on the couch (not the pull-out bed). All in all a great stay and we would definitely come back!"Guest: The Wilsons Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 2, 2014View listing
"This was a great place to stay. It is very close to Smathers beach (about a 4 minutes walk if that). The condo was clean and provided more than any hotel. I was happy to be there. There was a little street noise but it was overshadowed by the view of the ocean. If you want to be close to Duval St., this place is a little far for a walk but you can drive there in about 3 minutes. I would recommend this condo to anyone that is going to Key West and doesn't need to fit into a house. Great times and good place to stay. Thanks again Bill for the great place to stay."Guest: Daniel R. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 5, 2014View listing
"We visit every two years and this was our first stay in downtown. We had a great time and the unit was all we expected with the older feeling. No air conditioning problems for us. We loved the pool and found the place clean. The only drawback is the parking. We brought our Expedition, as the whole family came all adults now, with the knowledge that a parking spot was included. However on arrival we found the spot, while well off the street, would not allow a full sized car such as ours in without blocking the whole lot. Thusly we were forced to park on the street and hunt for spots. All in all we loved our stay and would love to stay again though with a smaller car next time."Guest: Don Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 9, 2014View listing
Key West Travel Tips
Key West is a veritable hot spot for literary icons, both today and in the past. This small Florida island was loved by the likes of playwright Tennessee Williams, and poets Robert Frost, Wallace Stevens and Shel Silverstein.
Today, beloved children’s author Judy Blume keeps a home here, and every January for more than 30 years, writers and readers from around the country gather at the high-profile Key West Literary Seminar - spread over two weekends - for lectures, readings, discussions, workshops and parties. The event has featured the likes of Joyce Carol Oates, Junot Diaz and Gore Vidal.
Key West should be high on the list of travel locations for any literary lover and creative soul because of its deep history in extraordinary American literature. Ernest Hemingway even kept a fabulous estate in Key West that today has been converted into a museum and bookstore. Visit the beautiful and historic Ernest Hemingway Home and then check out some of the writer's rumored favorite spots.
Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum
Hemingway’s stately, olive-shuttered two-story cottage at 907 Whitehead Street in Old Town Key West is no doubt a visitor favorite. If you’re a die-hard Hemingway fan, you’ll have to brave the crowds and come here.
The home was built in 1851 from limestone excavated from the exact land upon which it is built. Hemingway bought and lived in the estate from 1931 until 1940 with his wife and kids before he left for Cuba. This spectacular estate, which includes a rear guesthouse and is surrounded by elegant gardens and rustling palms, is still the largest residential property in Key West.
You might be surprised to see that the beds are made in full linens and the home looks recently lived in - it’s as if the family just stepped out for lunch and will be home shortly. Here are the highlights you should take note of inside and around Hemingway’s marvelous estate:
The Ritzy Pool
A pool this large - or any pool at all - in 1930s Key West was a luxury. To fill it, construction workers had to drill to the salt-water table deep in the ground and install a water pump. Hemingway’s wife - Pauline - had the costly pool built as a surprise for Hemingway while he was in Spain in 1938 working as a correspondent during the Spanish Civil War.
The Happy Cats
Hemingway’s six-toed cats - or polydactyls - are legendary. Recently uncovered letters from Hemingway to a friend explain just how sad he was at the loss of one of his cats - Willie. The Hemingway Home and Museum curators maintain that each of the 40 to 50 cats on the grounds is a direct descendant of Hemingway’s first cat, a white polydactyl named Snowball (Though they don’t all have six toes on each paw, all are said to carry the gene for polydactyly). The cats living here are very friendly and many will actually pose for pictures. They’re all vetted and well-taken care of - not your average strays!
The Lush Gardens
The Hemingway House gardens are stunning, featuring a vibrant array of tropical flowers - shrimp plants, heliconia, bleeding hearts and the funky looking pelican flower - and banana, Barbados cherry, papaya and Spanish lime trees, among many others.
Other Literary Tour Stops
410 Caroline Street is Jessie Porter’s home - a fifth-generation Key Wester - who was good friends with Robert Frost. He spent several winters in the cottage in Porter’s backyard. The site used to be the Heritage House Museum, though it has been closed since 2010. If you want to see things the iconic Frost saw, at least take a stroll past the home!
Green Parrot Bar and Sloppy Joe’s Bar are rumored to be hangouts of Hemingway and his friends like Wallace Stevens.