The Banyan Resort

323 Whitehead St, Key West, Florida Keys, Florida, 33040, United States | 3 star inn
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Key West

A travel blog entry by jas20j

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... due to the salvaging industry that existed retrieving contents of shipwrecks off the reefs that surround the island. In more current times it has become an area for winter escapes, tourism and a flourishing fine art community. Famous residents included author Ernest Hemingway and winter escape resident, Harry Truman. Flagler who had built much of the Saint Augustine community which we had visited earlier ...

Setting out a Storm

A travel blog entry by rara-bep

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... about 100' away from the back of our boat. On yes, and the Boat name is 'Work Release II" and the port listed is Duck Hill, MS. Now, you must know that we get lots of questions about both of those...........like "what does that mean" and 'where is Duck Hill?'
The house in the pictures is the most Southern house in the United States. It is really pretty also. Been in the same family for over 100 years...................Key West ...

Weekend in Key West by bus

A travel blog entry by nadiadube

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... is boring and if you have a cat allergy, it is bad place. We could see more than 30 cats without talk about cat Cemetery. So, with my visit of White House, I developed a interesting for American history.

With my friend, we walked in port of Key West, ate a traditional 'Key Lime Pie’ and drank a Mojito. Brief, it was a great moment during my traveling. Thanks, Hyera, for your friendship,

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Sloppy Joe, Mr. Rogers and Al Gore

A travel blog entry by mbberg

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... Mallory Square to get the standard issue tour tickets. Properly fleeced, with tickets in hand it was …. off to lunch. Sloppy Joe's was only a block away and from what I know and have read, it is a Key West institution. And me, being the conformist institutional kind of guy I am, it was time to go be institutionalized.

I can’t remember the last time I had a beer before noon. Maybe the beach last summer but I don’t ...

The Eve Before Camping...

A travel blog entry by robertsonfamily

... Primitive camping with only chemical toilets. Should make for an interesting adventure. I am looking forward to snorkeling all day every day and exploring Fort Jefferson.

This is the first time I've been to Key West at night. I am surprised at how early everything shuts down even on a Friday and Saturday night. Obviously the bars stay open late, but since we have the kids believe it or not we ...

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Location

This 3 star inn, located on 323 Whitehead St, Key West, is near Danger Charters, Key West Film Society, Kelly's Caribbean Bar, Grill and Brewery, and Heritage House Museum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Banyan Resort Key West

    Loved it, convient and quit. Totally relaxing!

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    we stayed and loved it, just a block from duval, but so quiet even on new years! friendly staff and very relaxing. loved the tiki bar! everything so close but so secluded. i would recommend the banyon resort to anyone.

    Location and Beauty

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    This resort transports you to a very private paradise. The grounds are outstanding, with lush, tropical landscaping. Many of the plants look like they're older than the 3 beautiful historic homes that make up the "compound." Our 2 bdrm unit was very nice, but not plush or professionally decorated. Still, our street-side balcony was a terrific place to relax with early evening cocktails and night caps. The reviewer who noted the "leaf blower" is correct...0630 is a little early for the gas-powered machines that blow the "empties" and other debris from Duval. We think this resort is really the best location to experience Key West. Walking distance to everything we liked best...restaurants, Ft Zach Taylor beach (the best beach), and both personalities of Duval St. - the crazy end and the quiet end.

    Take me to the Banyan!

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    We stayed at the Banyan for the last leg of our honeymoon and loved it! The accomodations, grounds & gardens, location, and staff were great! We are looking to make a visit to Key West an annual family tradition and the Banyan is our top pick for places to stay. Pick this hotel...you WON'T be disappointed!

    Happy with our stay

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    The Banyan Resort is a beautiful property just off of the most crowded part of Duval street. The gardens are beautiful and the location is wonderful if you are looking to spend your time in the bars and around the crowds. If you are looking to be a short or long distance from the crowds, find a different place. The music from the bars around the corner can be heard until 2 a.m. every morning. Great restaurants around the complex and close to Mallory Square. The 1 bedroom room that we stayed in was adequate but nothing fancy. It's a nice place but I'd probably look for another location closer to the other side of the island for a more layed back experience. The only beaches on the island are on the opposite side of the Banyan.

    Two Pools, Jaccuzi, Tiki Bar...Heaven!

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    I took my brother, his wife and daughter to the Keys the summer of 2002. After days of reseaching every hotel, guest house, and B&B in Key West we settled on the Banyan Resort. What a find! The foilage is spectacular! We felt we were in our own tropical paradise. After a long day of walking we loved to relax in the Jaccuzi. My neice loves to swim and it's hard to find a decent size pool in Key West, but they had two!

    The staff couldn't have been more friendly or helpful. Our one bedroom with a pull out sofa was plenty of room for the four of us. The rooms were large and immaculate. The location is perfect! Only two blocks from duval and three blocks from Mallory Square. We walked everywhere!

    We're looking forward to going back again this summer.

    Very disappointed

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    We went into the Banyon with the possibility of investing in a timeshare. We intended to stay 6 days at the Banyon; however somehow our reservations were cancelled with 2 days left to our trip -they said the person who set up the reservation cancelled us, funny, that she was OUT OF THE COUNTRY and they had no proof, i.e. fax that it was cancelled. Staff was Very UNACCOMODATING and basically didn't care that 5 of us, including 3 kids, had no where to go. The units and the grounds are beautiful and we were extremely disappointed on how we were treated - they called us at 10:00 a.m. and told us we would have to be out by 11, no if ands or buts. This was in February 2004 and we have never received any sort of apology or anything from them even thought we were assured this problem "was on their list of priorities to discuss the next morning".

    I Loved the Banyan!

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    I once stayed at the Banyan Resort in Key West Florida and it was one of the best expirences that I have ever had! I stayed in a 2 story condo that overlooked the Family Pool. It was awesome! We swam like 2 times everyday!! I suggest that anyone traveling to Key West should go there. Even though you must have a time share!

    Good time

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    WE are just back from the BAnyan with 3 kids and stayed in the 2 br 2ba unit with the sleeper slofa. This was the only place we could find and afford during race week with 3 separate sleeping areas. The 2 rooms were quiet, the sleep sofa fronts on eaton and was pretty noisy, as were the leaf blowers at times. The 2 pools are nice, one heated one not heated and the hot tub was a hit. The tiki bar in the courtyard was pretty convenient...they could serve drinks and burgers poolside. All in all we had fun but want to look elsewhere for a more quiet 3 bedroom place.

    Loud and unfriendly staff

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    At check-in we were given no overview of property, only told to park on one block ($7 per day) and carry our luggage one block to the unit and up a set of stairs! It was extremely loud, the room was very musty and smelly and the windows could not be opened to air out! The leaf blower at 630 am was the worst! Never again!

    Loved the Banyan

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    I recently visited Key West for the third time in six years, and I must say that the Banyan is an excellent resort. This is no multitiered hotel, but a group of historic homes renovated into one and two bedroom units, each with its own personal touches (no two units are the same).

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Banyan Resort Key West

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding