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... s favorite place, the rum bar on Duval, to have a few more drinks then to the Green parrot and then all the way back home. It was a long day and a wonderful night that we will remember for some time to come. It was really great to ride the bikes I'm glad we got bikes. It was so peaceful riding bikes weaving through dark alley ways with no noise or nobody around we had the streets all to ourselves. It was a great day number two. Good ...
... think we had be up for 20hrs! Jet lag kicked in for The grown ups at 3:30am and about 5:30 for Z&T! But an early breakfast and then a super long walk all the way down South Beach stopping to look at Jellyfish! (No swimming today!) We had a quick drink and then back to check out and set off for The Keys. We drone north so we could go all the way through Miami and up the beaches. About an hour ...
... to get ready for dinner.
We walked down to Duval Street and stopped at Sloppy Joe's. I never really thought about Sloppy Joe's serving sloppy joe, but they do and it was awesome! We sat for a while listening to the music (a tribute to America and breasts...you had to be there to appreciate it)! Next we moved down the street to Mallory Square to watch the sunset and the street performers.
From there we continued walking Duval ...
3:00 AM - an ad-hoc rendition of something close to "On the Waterfront" occurs outside our window. “Stella”, or whatever female name is being bellowed. “Stella, I'm on my knees. I’m literally on my knees. I’m not like your Ex. You gotta meet me half-way here Stella”. (If you read this blog, you know who you are and you know this is true). Could you have been a contender? Nope – just ...
... the Colony Inn for dinner meeting Tom.
Peggy was in New Jersey due home tomorrow and we would stop at Conch Key to see Tom and Peggy on our way out tomorrow.
Had a beautiful dish of scallops stuffed with crab and shrimp in a gorgeous mornay sauce.Pity Brian is allergic to shrimp as the seafood in the keys is fantastic.
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Great little resort
Just returned from 5 days at Southernmost on Beach. Had lovely room, and really enjoyed being on the quiet end of Duval! Previous trip had us at Marquesa, uptown, but really enjoyed ocean/beach view. Room was immaculate and obviously recently renovated. Nice to walk to Louie's Backyard restaurant for great lunch and dinner, and especially evening cocktails. AVOID Duval Beach Club like the plague! Lousy food, unbelievably surly bartenders and waitresses. Cannot believe that with their prime location, that is the best they can do. We do fault the hotel for recommending them! Buy cocktails at liquor store next door, and sandwiches from deli across street.
Great View, Great Room, Great People
This hotel could not have been more perfect! Key West is a boutique hotel type of town and this hotel was wonderful. The rooms were imaculate and newly updated, with great furniture and bathrooms. One step out the door of our room was a gorgeous view of the ocean in two directions. The hotel is attached to a small beach (which is larger than most hotels on this island have) There is a pool, which is nothing fancy, but it is a decent size, clean and close to the beach. There is also a tanning deck that has step down to the water. The hotel is only a few blocks from all the action of Duval Street. The people here were more than helpful and friendly. We are headed back next winter and there is no question, we will stay there. We HIGHLY recommend this hotel.
Bottom line is we'd never stay here again. Here's why.
Wife and I highly recommend this facility. This was our first trip to Key West and the place was exactly what we were looking for, with the exception being the on site food was pretty average. But there are many excellent places to eat, many nearby. The property has a decent beach and a nice pier for sunning that has steps to the water. Be warned that the place next door has clothing optional deck and pier and while most is screened off, there may be fleeting sights of people in various stages of dress. The walk down Duvall is easy - 15 or 20 minutes to the docks, with all kinds of distractions along the way. We did not rent a car and if we got tired of walking, we had no proplem finding a cab.
We'll be back
wonderful place to stay. close to everything but yet still somewhat removed to the hustle and bustle. the staff was very nice and accomodating. we will definatenly return Rose
The best of Key West.
We just returned from a week at Southernmost on the Beach and had a wonderful time. The accomodations were top rate and the staff friendly and eager to please. In my opinion it is the best Key West has to offer anyone.
We stayed here week of June 19 - 26 and loved it... great location and quiet, interesting neighborhood with shops and restaurants all around... very close [ 2 short blocks] to the true southernmost point in the U.S. site. The beach bar/restaurant is very handy, the food is good and the view and setting are great. The beach is quite small, but very pretty with all the palm trees - sea weed at the shoreline can be a problem, but don't let that distract from the big picture - which is quite nice. Our room was clean and quiet. The pool was very nice with mostly adults around [ no wild, screaming kids ]. The location is easy walking distance [3/4 mile to a mile] from all the Duvall night spots on the north end. Hotel staff were very accomodating and also very respectful of our privacy. We got what I considered to be very good [ off season ] rates. We would gladly stay there again. It had been 10 years since I was last in the Keys and I had forgotten how pretty they were, but thanks to this vacation reminder I won't forget it again and plan to return much more often.
Nice/Quiet Location - Mediocre Ocean View
Location was great. It is on the southern end of Duvall Street which is much quieter and less touristy than the north end. At the same time, the action of Duvall street was only a few blocks away. The hotel is actually perpendicular to the ocean. So basically all the rooms face the hotel's parking lot and then the local (not private) beach next store. Therefore, getting a balcony room for an extra $50 per night was NOT worth it. For food I would recommend a place 2 blocks north and one block east of Duvall called Camilles. It is more of a local hangout but on the fancy side with a great atmosphere. We ate there one day for both breakfast and dinner!
My husband & I stayed there for 5 nights this past summer (June 2002.) The room was beautiful, recently remodeled, clean, and spacious. The concierge was very helpful with arranging transportation, snorkeling, cruises, and other activities. The staff was so nice. We loved the view. The location is on the quieter side of Duval Street, but within walking distance to EVERYTHING you'll want to explore, including Mallory Square. We loved it & hope to return to Southernmost on the Beach. It was a wonderful trip.
Great Place to Stay
My husband & I stayed at the Southernmost on the Beach for one week in December 2001. It was extremely reasonable given the location (at the foot of Duval St)and the quality of the room. The entire hotel has been recently completely renovated (and by that I mean gutted). We had the kitchenette with balcony and full ocean view ( a great place to have breakfast). The room was spacious and very nicely decorated. The hotel overlooks South Beach, a small public beach if you don't want to use the lounge chairs on the pier. The staff was very nice. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone staying in Key West.