Almond Tree Inn
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... we thought we had a good chance of seeing a wild alligator. Well after walking the mile long loop I think we must have seen about a 100, they were everywhere!! And the funny/scary thing is there is nothing to stop them walking up onto your path, they were only a metre or two away. As well as these there were also an abundance of birds, fish & turtles. It really was an amazing morning out and one that neither of us will forget. On our drive back ...
... to check out the pizza part. The pizza was a winner. I am not sure if it was because it was that good or because the place is hard to find and that makes it that good. Once again too much deep thought .
Lunch complete, Key West is west. Today a visit to Mel Fisher’s Gold Museum, which in a word, was disappointing. Then to the Key West Shipwreck Historeum Museum which gave some insight into the people of ...
... of the best dinners we've had in a while. I had scallops Provençal, and Alli and I shared a watermelon and tomato salad with buratta cheese and arugula.
We all ate a lot of food, so much that it was almost hard to recover from, but we all managed to hit a few bars for live music and came to understand one of life's great truths: The more you eat, the fuller you get.
After a crêpes- and croque monsieur-breakfast authentically made ...
... John and I broke down camp and headed into Key West since our snorkling trip was cancelled due to bad visibility. We decided to take an afternoon sailing trip on the Appledore which was amazing! Today they did an annual civil war reenactment and I was glad to hear we were part of the union troops which won (in case anyone was wondering). John and I spent a while talking to 2 of the crew hands and are interested in taking a class to learn it. Our boat was old school ...
It was at customs that the plan went awry. I was at the back of the three of us with the address of where we were headed on my customs declaration form but I wasn’t allowed to look at it. As were going through, the guy on customs gave the whole game away and blurted out our final destination of Key West! They had planned for us to pick up the hire car and for us to start driving until we got to the place we were due to stay. Scott and Zoe ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Historical Traveler Reviews Almond Tree Inn Key West
My husband and I were pleasantly surprised with all aspects of the Almond Tree Inn. It was a highlight of our vacation to the Keys.
My husband and I got married in Key West back in May and we stayed at the Almond Tree Inn along with our families and several friends. The staff was incredibly accommodating and did everything imaginable to make our stay there wonderful! The owner's daughter even purchased a bottle of vintage Dom Perignon for my mother-in-law and sister-in-laws and placed it in our room for after the wedding.
August 2003, my sister and I vacationed in Key West. We really researched the hotels and inns to find the perfect place to stay.
I reserved a room in this hotel based on the reviews I found on this website and was pleasently surprised tofind the Almond tree inn even nicer than the reviewers had described it. My mother, my aunt and I stayed in the 2 queen suite which has two queen beds and a queen pullout couch. We were very impressed by the room, very large and tastefully decorated. The wine/beer happy hour was very pleasent, and the continental breakfast also pleantiful. The Hot tub and pool open 24 hours were the ultimate in relaxation after a very hot day sightseeing.
Great Place to Stay in Key West
We enjoyed our five night stay at the Almond Tree Inn. The accomodations were wonderful, the pool was a nice retreat in the heat, and the location was superb. This was our first visit to Key West and we will gladly be staying at the Almond Tree for our return trip. Words can't describe how wonderful this place is. Don't overlook it when staying in Key West!
Enjoyed the Almond Tree Inn
Recently stayed two nights and had a wonderful time. The rooms were very clean and attractive and the employees were very professional and caring to our needs. I plan a return trip to Key West in September and will definetly plan on staying at the Almond Tree Inn.
Our family stayed at the Almond Tree Inn in August 2002 and had a wonderful time. We had travelled from the UK to stay in San Francisco and Las Vegas and were looking forward to a more relaxing time in Key West. The Inn we had originally booked was closed for refurbishment, so our booking was transferred.........we couldn't have been more happy!
The rooms were lovely and the service could not be faulted. We will definitely be returning soon.........
Wonderful Tropical Inn
After staying two nights elsewhere, we checked into the Almond Tree without a previous reservation. The rooms were lovely, the staff most gracious, and just a wonderful place to stay. We'll stay here again the next time we get to Key West!
Nice rooms, great staff
Just returned from a visit here in early February. The rooms were very nice and the staff was pleasant. Rates include a continental breakfast and evening happy hour. A pleasant waterfall in the pool drowned out any noises from Truman Ave. Plentiful parking. We thought the location was great-you can walk to either end of Duval.A very good choice at a reasonable rate.
We had a wonderful stay in December in this hotel.
Very friendly staff, nice decorated rooms, very clean. The pool was refreshing every mornig before breakfast. Location is perfect, quite but central to Old Town.
I will book again in 2003 to go back for one week.