Angelina Guest House

302 Angela Street, Key West, Florida Keys, Florida, 33040, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 302 Angela Street, Key West, is near Southernmost Point, Islescapes, Prana Spa, and Besame Mucho.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Angelina Guest House Key West

    Gem on the Keys!

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    We made our decision to stay here based on the other trip advisor reviews and they were not wrong! We had a great stay even though it was only for a night on our trip around Florida. We had a lovely room, spotlessly clean, in a lovely relaxing and friendly home. We relaxed by the pool with the company of the family cats. Breakfast was great cinnamon rolls and muffins by the pool.

    Our only regret was that we had just one night here! Hopefully we'll make it back again to this great guesthouse on the keys!

    Absolutely wonderful stay!

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    On my first trip to Key West, I stayed at the Angelina House four great nights. The house is close enough to Duvall street to be convenient, but far enough to escape the party when it's time for a break. A beautiful private garden pool made for a wonderful place to relax at the end of the day. The hospitality is truly top notch, I have never met nicer people anywhere. When I return to Key West, I'll be visiting the folks at Angelina House for another stay.

    Grest experience in the Keys

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    We Traveled throughtout Florida on a 9 day vacation. Key West being our 2nd to the last day of vacation. We stayed at the Angelina Guest House and really enjoyed it. The hosts were very friendly. The Lagoon Pool was beautiful with a waterfall running into the pool and 2 hammocks around it. It is located only two blocks from Duval Street and only a short walk to either the Southern Most Point or Mallory Square. THe home-made sweet rolls and muffins were delicious! We thought it was the nicest place compared to the other places we compared it to..We would recommend it!

    The Angelina house is devine!

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    We went on a three day trip to key west and rented the honymoon sweet at the Angelina House. The owners were very friendly and open about their lives. They told us about their family and property value. They made sticky buns every morning and we were in walking distance for everything! They made our arrangaments for snorkerling and the place was had 14 bedrooms but look like it held six. The whole area was always clean and the pool was great. Go if you like to feel at home!

    Angelinapure paradise!

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    The Angelina Guest House was absolutely wonderful. I had read in Fodor's that is was spare and "hostel-y", but we stayed in the honeymoon suite and it was great! The room opens right up to the lagoon-like pool which is heated to the perfect temperature, and landscaped with a beautiful variety of palms and plants. Often we would relax during the heat of the day in a hammock by the pool and watch the butterflies.

    The hosts were wonderful, and are always busy keeping the place clean and tidy. They were able to help out with any reservations or info we needed. I'd have to say my only complaint is that the only offerings at breakfast are sweet, and we are savory people. The home made cinnamon rolls are good, but I could have gone for a bagel or something else after a few days.

    Do not hesitate to stay here, you'll have a great time! And I owe it all to trip advisor and the other folks who left reviews. Thank you!

    Perfect vacation, perfect engagement!

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    I was trying to plan the perfect vacation in Key West where I could propose to my girlfriend Casey. After stumbling upon the tripadvisor website, I read the great reviews about the Angelina Guest House. I checked out their website and I knew this would be the place for us.

    They had a great location (just two blocks from Duval in the center of town), a beautiful lagoon style pool, great looking rooms, and outstanding prices. I immediately made reservations and emailed the owners. I was having trouble with proposal ideas and decided to email the owners to ask for suggestions. I was contacted by Janet, who was extremely helpful. For two weeks we emailed each other and she helped me lay out the plans for the proposal. She suggested a very romantic restaurant called the Key West Seafood and Beer Garden. She even arranged to have two dozen roses and three white candles in our room when we returned from dinner. When we arrived at the Angelina, we were greeted with open arms by the owners Janet, Keven, Bob, and Shirley.

    Janet was very excited about our plans. Needless to say, the pool and our room was absolutely perfect. I gave Janet the ring and she offered to drive it up to the restaurant. Later, Casey and I walked up Duval St. to the Key West Seafood and Beer Garden and enjoyed a wonderfull dinner. We finished the dinner with a slice of their famous key lime pie, which the waiter served along with a whipped cream covered ring box. Casey was in awe and was soon in tears as the proposal was a complete success. The other guests around us were clapping and one couple bought us a round of champagne. When we returned to the Angelina and entered our room Casey found an amazing bouque of two dozen white roses and three white candles. She almost melted right there. The rest of our vacation was well spent relaxing around the pool and sight seeing. Everything was perfect. I highly reccomend the Angelina Guest House and I'm sure Casey and I will be visiting again in the future.

    Thanks for all your help Janet!

    Great!

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    I was just at the Angelina with 10 of my other friends for a Bachlorette Party. We had a great time. The rooms were comfy, the pool was relaxing and the breakfast was fantastic. The owners couldn't do enough to make sure that we were happy, relaxed and having a good time. Their recommendations on where to go, what to do, where to eat were perfect and they were incredibly helpful with making the arrangements. I highly recommend staying at the Angelina and would love to go back again next year!

    SIMPLY FABULOUS!!!!

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    The Angelina Inn was fabulous! I truly enjoyed the location and the atmosphere! the pool, the room and the people that run the inn were fantastic...I recommend it 110%I will definitely be back!

    Angels at The Angelina!

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    My husband and I went to Key West last June. Janet, Shirley, Kevin, and Bob (the hostesses and hosts) welcomed us with open arms. We immediately felt at home, and very comfortable talking with the owners. It was so much of a pleasure to spend time talking to them, that we sometimes forgot why we came there (which was to spend a romantic mini-vacation together!) Anyammenities we reguested, (such as booking our snorkeling and parasailing trips, getting our bicyclesdelivered to us, etc.) they took care of promptly. They not only made us feel at home, but treated us like royalty! I plan on going again this June with my bestfriend. The event we're going to is booked withanother hotel, but I'm choosing The Angelinainstead, simply because I'm "hooked"!

    The Angelina Guest House is simply the Best!

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    The Angelina Guesthouse was simply the best! The hosts were very friendly and very helpful. The breakfasts by the pool in the mornings were delicious...fresh hot cinnamon rolls and muffins right out of the oven! We felt right at home at the Angelina and will never stay anywhere else when we come back to Key West. Plus, the price is right for the budget-minded travelor. I cannot say enough good things about this place!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Angelina Guest House Key West

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    Travel Blogs from Key West

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    A travel blog entry by rm-adventures on Oct 07, 2014

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    ... bridge. I have included a link so you can read some more history about the Seven Mile Bridge itself because it is really quite interesting.
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    Why would you eat a dolphin?

    A travel blog entry by pjjones on Aug 21, 2014

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    Key South

    A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Feb 06, 2014

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    Dinner last night was delightful again with Jan and Valerie, Brits Wendy and Tim, and Poles Sabena and Stan. The conversation ran the gamut from political refugees fleeing persecution before and after the Solidarity movement in Poland to exile in Siberia to the Russians hosting the Olympics to American Exceptionalism to the recipe for lemoncello. In other words, dinner was perfect.

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    Miami and on to Key West

    A travel blog entry by reevesinflorida on Aug 14, 2013

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    ... left Miami (but want to come back!) We drove down the Florida Turnpike (Toll) which was fairly easy driving and then stopped briefly nr Homestead. Then on the Keys. The plan was to stop at Key Largo but we didn't see anywhere we fancied so went on to Islamourda. A fantastic bar on a small fishing harbour and we all had fish while watching the fishermen bringing in their catches. A short walk ...

    KEY WEST EXPRESS / KEY WEST

    A travel blog entry by jdboy on Apr 24, 2013

    23 photos

    ... to the hotel later in the evening. Where the feck was he earlier ! Yet again, I had forgotten to have dinner so when the kiwi taxi driver picked me up in the wee hours, I talked him into going through a drive-thru fried chicken joint and got me a late night feed, before he dropped me back at my hotel. I pretty much inhaled my 2 bits of chicken and chips, guzzled a bottle of water and crashed out within seconds of finishing it. Over and out ...