BEST WESTERN Hibiscus Motel

Address: 1313 Simonton Street, Key West, Florida Keys, Florida, 33040, United States | Motel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this motel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


Photos of BEST WESTERN Hibiscus Motel

    View all photos

      Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN Hibiscus Motel Key West

      Very enjoyable spot


      We stayed here in May 2003, using a good old AAA directory as referral.

      A AAA referral for a place in Key Largo didn't fare so well, so we weren't really sure how the Hibiscus would turn out. We're happy to say, the Hibiscus was a wonderful place to stay: clean and bright and the free parking was a real plus. The location was terrific too, just a quick walk to Duval and access to everything. The staff are really nice and make you feel welcome. We definitely would go back here. Just a real nice place to call home while you're enjoying all the fun city sites. No complaints at all.

      Nice and clean, good and affordable choice for Key West


      Nice hotel, rooms clean, trays were provided for breakfast so you could eat at the pool or in your room. Good location, only 1 block from Duval Street. Parking also no problem which is definitely a plus in Key West.

      Would recommend it.

      Good place to stay


      This is an older Best Western but the rooms have been somewhat renovated. The bathroom had older fixtures but was clean. We received a very friendly reception when checking in and the lady was very helpful to suggest restaurants to try. It s a fantastic location in Key West being just a block over from Duval and only 12 blocks from Mallory Square. Hotel has a swimming pool and a Jacuzzi if you are interested.

      Clean, convenient, affordable


      November 2003 Friendly staff. Recommended several places to eat and gave us coupons. Food was good and free wine. Someone was cleaning or painting all the time outside. Property is older but well maintained. 1 block from Trolley stop, can buy tickets at hotel. Interesting small shops like Kindred Spirit just down the block.Would diffently stay there again. Price reasaonable for $80.00 per night. Quiet safe neighborhood. Free parking

      Good Place! Great Location!!


      First place we stayed at in KW and it was worth every penny. We stayed for three days, room was nice (for a hotel), service was great, price for room was not outrageous. Staff went out of their way to be helpful.

      Continental breakfast was standard, but there's a wonderful old drugstore across the street that has great breakfasts!! Location is great. When you arrive at Best Western Hibiscus, you don't need a car until you check out. Scooter service, bike service, any service is available. Will be back again and will recommend highly!!

      Good room for the price


      My wife and I stayed there on 10/15/03, checked in fast, all paperwork was in order, the room/shower was clean and well equiped. Its on the far end of Duval St away from most of the bars and nightlife its a nice 15-20 minute walk down to Mallory Square. We will go back next year and will probably stay here again, everyone treated us like they wanted our bussines and was real friendly.

      Surprised at this Best Western


      Went to the Keys July 4th weekend 2002. For the price this place was great. The location and cleanliness was good. Small fridges in room which are handy. The pool area was pretty,clean and quiet. They have a nice deli across the street. We walked every night down to the end of town. The morning continetal breakfast was better then anywere else I have been. Fruit, milk, cereal, donuts, juice. Not bad considering the price of the rooms! Staff was very friendly. Public transportation however, in KeyWest itself stinks. They have many sightseeing buses, which fill quickly, but no good sound public transportation. I'd go back and stay here, but its nice to have a car.

      Great Location


      I get down to KW about 2-3 times a year and have stayed at the Hibiscus ever sine finding it abour 5 years ago.

      While the rooms are typical motel, they are clean and large with free 'fridges'.

      The ppol is quite nice; large clean and rarely crowded. There is also an attached spa.

      The great thing is the location. Far enough away from the crowds of Duval to be nice and quiet, yet close enough to walk anywhere in Old Town.

      One minus... they recently (last year) changed to be completely non-smoking. No choice. You can always step out of the room, and smoking is allowed around the pool. But choice is always nice.

      Nice motel. Good location


      The pool and spa were under renovation when we were there. We were not notified of this before we checked in. They did have a pool available across the street. The room was typical Best Western, clean and with just enough room to feel comfortable. They had a very nice free continental breakfast. The location is good, near the eastern end of Simonton Street. It was easy to drive to where the action was. The closer you can get to Mallory Square the better but the price goes up the closer you get. When visiting Key West it is much preferable to get a motel like this in Old Town then stay at the places at the entrance to Key West if you can afford it.

      Loved it!!


      Go almost every October. Love it in Key West. The Hibiscus is an excellent place to stay. The rooms are very nice and clean. They have a nice big pool, with a spa connected to it. Also, it is the best location. Out of all the noice of Duval Street, but close enough you never have to use your car. You can walk anywhere. I recommend this place to stay if you visit Key West....from Bill....

      TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Hibiscus Motel Key West

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Key West

      Mile Marker 0 and the Southernmost Corner Plus

      A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Oct 23, 2014

      2 comments, 90 photos

      ... sea turtles. On average, they receive as many as 70 injured sea turtles a year, and have released more than 1200 back to the ocean. We got to see several sea turtles that are recuperating or are waiting to be operated on. As with any animal rehabilitation activity, there are a few sea turtles that cannot return to the wild; therefore, they also have a few that have remained at the hospital since they were rescued – one has been there since the ...

      Key West - Day 3

      A travel blog entry by peter_ginger on Feb 09, 2014

      91 photos

      Where do I start? The days have become longer and I've seriously gained at least 15 pounds since being in Key West. And yet we hear all the stories of locals would've seen success and failure and everyone has a story to tell - truly unique. Day three started with us waking up a little bit late but we decided to keep the bikes for one more day. We decided to hit blue Heaven for a wonderful breakfast we heard so much about. It was unbelievable. Blue head ...

      Miami to Key West

      A travel blog entry by paulanfran on Nov 06, 2013

      2 comments, 62 photos

      ... Drive with all the old Art Deco Hotels does have a little more charm. A lot of roadworks & a slightly grotty feel though. ( actually this true of a lot of places over here ) Grotty is probably a bit harsh, because you always see workers cleaning up, more of a tired, over used feel �� Tuesday, up a bit earlier than usual for a last look at South Beach, unfortunately we haven't really seen the beach like we expected ...

      Chill Day

      A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Mar 18, 2013

      8 photos

      Mysteriously, there is no disruption to my sleep. Has the night of St. Patrick's day been the only one of peace and quiet? Perhaps everyone is still at the bars? A mystery.

      I am awaken early to a commotion of roosters crowing. We decided to call this a "Chill Day". Let our sunburns mellow. We roamed the streets a bit but then planted our tired butts poolside at the Andrews Inn main campus. They have a ...

      The Southernmost Point in US

      A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Apr 18, 2012

      68 photos

      ... in the continental United States. It is 4 miles long and 2 miles wide.Since its official founding in 1922, only 4 people have been killed in hurricanes. Mallory Square was the site of the beginning of "The Conch Republic" and motto "We Seceded When Others Failed" when the Florida Keys seceded from the United States on April 23, 1982 in protest of a US Border Patrol blockade that was setup on US 1 at Florida City.

      Our first stop in Key ...