Florida City Travelodge

Address: 409 S E 1st Avenue, U S Highway #1, Florida City, Florida, 33034, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 409 S E 1st Avenue, U S Highway #1, Florida City, is near Shark Valley, Anhinga Trail, Royal Palm Visitor Center, and Gumbo Limbo Trail.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsFlorida City Travelodge

      Reviewed by magoutski


      Reviewed Jun 29, 2013
      by (16 reviews) Wilrijk , Belgium Flag of Belgium

      Heel proper, ruim, rustig en parkeerplaats voor de deur van de kamer

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Florida City Travelodge

      Good location, great value


      This place has a great location for everglades.

      It offered and excellent value (53$ + taxes)

      with breakfast included.

      The manager - Rick - was very helpful even if it was

      late in the night.

      The room as well as the bathroom was clean and


      Very nice!


      Very nice hotel for the price, great location if you're going to the keys and everglades, big walmart close by for shopping, as well as several dining places. Room was spacious, TV has a big channel assortment, swimming pool nice, everything was clean. Definately recommended

      You get a $60 hotel


      If you are looking for a five star hotel this is not it... However it was okay for its location--close to the Keys and the Everglades--and my kids enjoyed the continental breakfast. The room we had was fine... but you cant go outside without being eaten alive by the mosquitos. For the AAA price of $53 dollars I won't complain.

      Not Clean but Definitely Cheap


      We stayed at the Travelodge in Florida City for one night while we were on our way to the Keys and didn't agree with some of the previous reviews. Actually we were there less than 12 hours so we cannot comment on anything but the room. It was a pretty basic budget hotel room but the bathroom was not very clean. There was hair on the floor and the tub. It didn't instill confidence about the rest of the room, that's for sure. The bed was also really hard which I normally like but this was like a board with lumps. My husband thought it was OK so it depends on the person. On the plus side it was very cheap ($49), the location was good for us since we were heading to the Keys, and there was a refrigerator in the room. We would definitely not want to stay here for longer than 1 night and would probably find somewhere else to stay if we were in the same situation again. There was a nice looking Best Western across the street and a new hotel was being built in that area as well.



      After reading the reviews off this hotel I must admit I was disappointed when I arrived. The hotel was okay.

      The bathroom was not cleaned very well at all. There was hair all over it from other patrons. I used the iron and got stains on my shirt from something on the iron. The pool is small and very clean. The area around the pool ( the laundry area) was flithy.

      The hotel was okay we were not expecting much with the price we paid but due to the reviews on the website I thought it would be a bit cleaner.

      There was a nice looking Best Western close by. The next time I think I'd stay there.

      A good stay


      Stayed here for a couple of nights in February 2005. Room was a standard motel type, but very good. Breakfast was good. Staff helpful (we arrived too early for check-in but they made up our room specially and made it available very quickly). Plenty of eating options nearby. Convenient for Everglades and Biscayne NPs. Recommended

      Very good!


      We stayed here for two nights in August 2004. The pool is a bit small, but all other things are just fine. Great rooms with every amenity (CTV, radio, alarm clock, iron with board, microwave, fridge, hairdryer, safe etc).

      Breakfast is good too!

      Very helpful staff (we lost our room key twice.......)

      Location is good too. Just a short walk from many restaurants along US 1


      Great Value


      The pool is small and the decor of the rooms a bit dated, but we paid $37 a night for 2 nights in May 2004 and at that price it was a bargain. Rooms are large and include a fridge/freezer and microwave. The location is excellent for access to the Keys and as mentioned elsewhere it is much cheaper to stay here and day trip (the only problem being an accident on the Highway 1 which is the only road down the Keys). You also get a complementary breakfast, only cereal, muffins or toast but at that price you couldn't expect more. There's a Denny's next door if you want more.

      Great rates and had a great stay..nice staff


      We had a great stay in thsi hotel..hope to stay there again. Friendly staff and GREAT rates

      Great Bargain Hotel


      I recently stayed at the Travelodge Florida City for 5 nights May 10-15th. Got a great rate through travelocity. Wanted to stay in the Florida Keys but the hotel rates were three times as much as the hotels in Florida City. Making the extra drive down to the Keys for fishing outings was worth it. The hotel has very big rooms that are clean with regfrigerator, microwave, etc. Really enjoyed my stay. I definitely would recommend this hotel and stay there again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Florida City Travelodge

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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