24 North Hotel
What We Love
- Comfort and convenience on the east of Key West, at a cheerful oceanfront hotelHopping on a complimentary shuttle to historic Old Town
- Visiting the southernmost point of the continental United States
- Attending the poolside events, like DJ sets and yoga classes
- Washing down conch fritters with a rum punch, at Toasted Coconut
What To Know
- If caffeine is an important part of your morning routine, you'll be happy to find an onsite Starbucks
- This is an ideal base for exploring Dry Tortugas National Park; shopping and dining along Duval Street; fitting in a little history lesson at the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum; and taking a photo at the iconic Southernmost Point Buoy
- Chat with the concierge about arranging seaplane rides, deep sea fishing excursions, and catamaran sailing sessions
Traveling to Florida? Let the keys to your room at 24 North Hotel double as your key to the Keys themselves – or at least to Key West, where the property resides. Placing you right at the entrance to this southernmost of American isles, the friendly getaway is passionate about acquainting you with your sunny surroundings, also putting you up in a beachy room and inviting you to attend yoga classes and dance parties by its pool. Complementing the convenient Starbucks outpost, there’s even a full-service restaurant called Toasted Coconut.
But the best way to really get up close and personal with culture of Key West is to explore it on two feet. Spend a day tasting Key-lime pie, or watching the waves lap up against Fort Zachary Taylor State Park and the six-toed cats roam around Hemingway House, before catching the sunset over Mallory Square. Pick up some snorkeling gear at the office of a watersports supplier, or opt to parasail, kayak or jet ski. And for all of these outings, let 24 North lend a hand. Its front desk is open 24 hours a day, for tips and recommendations, and its complimentary shuttle runs to and from Old Town.
Each room is a fresh, pristine retreat, with stylish décor and new furnishings. You’ll also find a convenient refrigerator and a microwave – for storing and reheating some Toasted Coconut leftovers and Key-lime pie, perhaps? Standard rooms provide either a king-sized bed or two queens, while the Deluxe Pool View Double Queen room features two queen beds and lovely views of the hotel’s sparkling pool.
Amenities?- Oversized lounge chair and ottoman- Plush bed or beds- 48-in. flat-screen TV- Bath with granite countertops- Bathtub or shower-
Toasted Coconut is the family-friendly poolside restaurant, serving colorful, flavorful breakfasts, lunches and dinners – think French toast with plantains and bananas, beer-battered onion rings, salads and the requisite conch fritters. Drinks are fittingly tropical, from the fruity rum punch to the Coconut Creamsicle frozen drink. The Starbucks outpost opens at 7am or earlier and closes at 7pm or later daily, if you need a to-go snack or cup of coffee at any point.
Key West is famous for its sunny weather and quirky characters. A Floridian getaway with a strong Caribbean and Cuban flair, it’s known for its Old Town (accessible via a hotel shuttle), Key-lime pie, pristine and palm-lined sands and six-toed cats. Hemingway spent eight years living here, and you can tour his landmark French Colonial-style home, or get your picture taken at the southernmost point in the continental United States. Stay on-site and by the pool to enjoy DJ sets, yoga classes, trivia nights and other fun events.
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Here we are we really like our room! The view is very nice and also the pool. The front desk Kendra and the other girl who checked me in is very nice and kind. She also told me and my wife some of the activities here in key west.. all the staff is very friendly!!! Would recommend this hotel to all of my friends who's always visiting here in key west! The room rate even if its expensive its worth it!!!
Pretty much every hotel can provide you the basics: a bed and a bath. So how do you choose? I used priceline.com to find a hotel and 24 North was the most reasonably priced hotel I could find that was still on the island. One plus was the location. It was easy in/easy out. Another was the free shuttle to and from downtown. I didn't have to fight traffic and drive around seeking a parking space. My room was clean and properly cool. I did look for mold and found none. Nothing fancy about the furniture or decor, everything was functional and/or comfortable. No minibar but the small refrigerator was stocked with bottled water. The Kuerig had both coffee and tea. There were plenty of clean towels in the bathroom, and the closet had two terry-cloth robes inside. The bar in the lobby (Republica) was very nice. The bartenders were very friendly and knowledgeable. I had to prepare some legal documents and email them to my office. The sister hotel next door handles such tasks. I was provided all the tools needed and Lily bent over backwards to see that my project was successfully completed,including scanning into pdf format and emailing them to me. What raised the bar were the employees. From Lily in the business office to the desk clerks to the bartenders to the shuttle drivers to the maids to the maintenance crew, everybody was nice and friendly and tried their darndest to make your stay at their hotel an enjoyable experience. I highly recommend the 24 North Hotel.
Nice hotel and conveniently located from. The hotel room we had was spacious enough for my family and I. The stay was quiet meaning I didn't hear my neighbors, so that's always a plus.
Clean room and bathroom. The lobby and pool area are well-maintained. The play are had a ping pong table, giant connect 4 game, and large wooden Scrabble blocks.
Overall, it was a good experience staying here.