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All reviewsjunior suiteiced tea and waterduval streettwo blocksan oasispool areasmall hotelturn down servicebeautiful hotelthe main houseold towngrounds are beautifulperfect locationvisit to key westwalked everywherethe entire staffeach morning
Stayed in the double king room for 3 nights; wish we amended our travel plans to get to Key West sooner to enjoy the hotel more.
Room was spacious and immaculately clean. The greeting received at check-in was top notch and all recommendations given were...More
We've been wanting to stay at the Marquesa for years and finally got our chance. From the moment Bruce introduced himself, we knew we were in for a treat. Their attention to detail is spot on!
We stayed in the newer 4-1-4 building, with a...More
We always celebrate our anniversary at the Cafe Marquesa and other times throughout the year. We are never disappointed. The food, staff and ambiance make every visit a memorable experience. It’s the best fine dining restaurant in Key West. When in Key West don’t miss...More
Web site doesn't do this place justice. This place is perfectly located and is gorgeous. I thought it was a hidden gem but all locals said that it is the nicest place to stay in key West. Even the restaurant is top rated. Defiantly staying...More
My favorite hotels are those that really capture the flavor of their surroundings, and a little luxury doesn't hurt either. :-) The Marquesa absolutely nails it. It's so charming and such a wonderful oasis in the middle of the Key West madness, and it's hard...More
Yes, there are two. The nicest is Fort Zachary Taylor State Park. It is about a 15-minute walk from the hotel and has chaise lounges for rent, nice shade trees and a concession stand. There is another much smaller one... More
Yes, there are two. The nicest is Fort Zachary Taylor State Park. It is about a 15-minute walk from the hotel and has chaise lounges for rent, nice shade trees and a concession stand. There is another much smaller one, located at the Gulf of Mexico and the end of Simonton Street, that is about a 10-minute walk from the hotel. It has a limited service concession stand also. Hope this helps!