Westwinds Inn Key West
Located on Eaton Street makes it a close walk to the historic seaport where the Key West Ferry terminal. Arrivals and departures from the island daily make it very simple to visit from the Other Florida Keys anytime. If you take the ferry service down from Ft Myers you can walk right over to your room and right back to the boat when it's time to leave. You may not even need a cab the entire visit. You'll be a stroll away from all that Old Town has to offer.
ReviewsImagine: it’s only 9 a.m. and the air is already filled with that sensuous warmth that‘s only experienced in the Florida Keys. The guest has just entered the poolside veranda of Westwinds Inn, where a buffet breakfast is waiting. They fill their plate, get their glass of juice or cup of tea and find a table. The waters of the pool are turquoise, like a lagoon, and it’s surrounded by palms, hot pink bougainvillea, and other tropical plants. There's the burble of a fountain. When the guest has digested breakfast, they're going to take a swim.
Westwinds is cozy, yet intimate. Every room is air conditioned. All rooms have a telephone, flat screen TV, hair dryers, clock radios. The property also offers high speed internet, and a coin operated laundry. There’s even a smallish but relaxing library. The concierge is eager to help the guest find all the latest hotspots, whether it's a trendy restaurant or the old Custom House or the Lighthouse Museum.
The accommodations range from suites to deluxe, standard, or economy rooms, and the rates change according to the season. The spacious beds are covered with vivid quilts, the walls painted warm pastel colors, and hung with artwork. Westwinds Inn is the place to be, all year round.