Suite Dreams Inn
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Historical Traveler Reviews Suite Dreams Inn Key West
Stayed at Suite Dreams in the Patio Suite. This place was perfect; we are definitely returning next year. We stayed one week with my college age son and his girlfriend. Blocks from the southern end of Duval Street, and a 30-minute walk from Mallory Square. We walked down to the heart of Duval every night but one. If you want to drive there is a parking garage near quite a few restaurants at the Old Port area, The Half Shell has a great happy hour on fresh oysters. The guesthouse was quiet and we had plenty of privacy. The place is kept clean and is in a nice neighborhood, close to Atlantic. We used their guest pass to the Wyndham Casa Marina, using the beach, pools, jacuzzi and fitness room, this was what we loved most as an amenity to the Guest House. This is in walking distance to some really nice restaurants; Duval Beach Club is great for breakfast, Origami is excellent for Sushi, though I wished they had some Uni. You can walk to Fausto's to keep some food in the fridge for snacks or to get some beer and wine. All in all and excellent value and we will be back.
Very nice place
Though I only stayed one night I was treated very well. My room was very nice and offered all the amenities one would need for a quiet stay in Key West. The property is typical Key West fencing provides privacy to the lush tropical plantings and small salt water pool. The staff is friendly and the rates are good for what is offered. I would recommend this to anyone, especially a couple looking for a quiet romantic place away from the hustle of Duvall Street.
Loved Suite Dreams
Wonderful attention/ Attentiveness, desire to please. All staff were friendly, courteous, accomodating.
Returned there after very pleasant experience the yr. before. This time we were joined by 4 adults (grown children from other states) for 4 days of our 4 wk visit. The only downside was (in the Treetop Suite) sofabed very uncomfortable, even with a foam rubber pad we requested in anticipation of that problem. Otherwise all was extremely positive. We recomend it but you'll need real bedrooms for additional guests.
There is nothing they won't provide, even if they have to go & purchase it. Example: A new VCR/DVD player appeared, in answer to our need. Wow! They welcomed our dog too, and made him feel like part of their family!
Great little spot
This is an ideal location slightly off the beaten track in Key West. Clean, quiet and affordable, I would recommend it highly.
Suite Dreams provides a wonderful stay.
Suite Dreams is the best place to stay in Key West. Kay and Cynthia are wonderful, accommodating hosts. They are full of information and very willing to share it when asked. They have taken the time to put a binder full of information on things to do and places to eat with full descriptions in the room. We stayed in the Garden Suite and it was much more than I had expected since Key West is not the most economical place to find accommodations. We will definitely be back.
A suite spot to stay
We recently stayed at Suite Dreams after the first of the year in the Super Suite. The suite was enormous; it had two bedrooms/two bathrooms, a dining room, a living room, and a huge kitchen. Also, having a private pool was a huge plus. On the downside, the suite's bathrooms only had showers which was not convenient for cleansing our two small children. We also spotted a few small ants in the kitchen. Overall, our stay was very pleasant and the sheer size of the suite made our trip to Key West very enjoyable.
Suite Dreams Is Sweet
Our family recently rented the Treetop Suite for a week and can't say enough about the value, service, and delights of staying at Suite Dreams. Cynthia was lovely, as were all the other managers and housekeeper. My puppy, Rodeo, was in seventh heaven and in love with Cynthia. It is perfectly located, quiet but convenient to everything.
We spent Nov. 3-8 in Key West at Suite Dreams during the 2004 Parrot Head Convention. It was GREAT! The staff made you feel special and did everything possible to make it a pleasure to be there. The Patio Suite was just perfect for us. With a large living room, bedroom, bath and kitchen, and a salt water pool just outside the door, we couldn't have asked for more. The washer and dryer came in handy after a SCUBA trip and the discount cards for mopeds were a great deal! The added touch of thanking us for staying with them by leaving us a single rose the night before we left just ensured our return next year. I don't think I would ever consider staying anywhere else in Key West!
I just returned from a weekend at Suite Dreams in Key West, Florida. After worrying about Charlie and Ivan and experiencing Francis and Jeanne first hand we needed a break. When we arrived at Suite Dreams, I remembered why I moved to Florida in the first place. This place was more than I could have ever hoped for. I made my reservation through their toll free number and spoke to Kate. She must have felt my desperation because she gave me a "hurricane" rate. When we arrived she showed me into our suite and I actually thought she had walked me into the lobby. We crossed over a small bridge as in a Japanese Garden with koi swimming below. Then we entered a glass front room into a good size living room leading to a huge dining area. To the left was a fully equipped kitchen, with everything thing you could possibly need, and to the right an unbelievable backyard consisting of a grotto pool, palm trees, two level wood deck and at least 10 patio chairs. I saw a few doors leading onto the patio so I was pleased that only a few suites would be using this area. To my shock Kate told me that was our own private pool! One of those doors was from our master bedroom and the other was from another in the suite and I believe there was even one more. So regardless of how many people in your party, there would be plenty of room. And THREE bathrooms. It was only the two of us so we just needed one room and that brand new bathing suit I packed never left the suitcase. The most important thing to me was that Kate allowed me to bring my two little Yorkies. I am so spoiled. I won't be going back to Key West unless I can stay at the Suite Dreams again. It is a short distance to Duval and very convenient to everything as is most of Key West. I really did not want to leave.
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