Radisson Key West
Each of the deluxe tropical guest rooms of the Radisson overlooks either the Ocean or the pool complex. Each room is appointed with refrigerator, coffee maker, hairdryer, iron/ironing board, in-room safe, remote control color cable 25-inch TV with free HBO, and two direct dial phones, one with fax/computer hookup.
I just came back from the best Spring Break I have ever had. It was amazing weather all week and the amenities that the Radisson Hotel Key West had to offer were super cool. The pool is huge and the adjoining bar had the best beach type food. It was really cheap too. I looked at other places in the same price range, but off season rates were not exactly in effect this time of year. I really wanted to stay somewhere downtown so I could easily walk back to the hotel after a night of partying. A lot of them are adults only hotels and despite being old enough to vote and considered an adult, these places don't allow spring breakers unfortunately because of previous vacationers in the past making it impossible for the rest of us. A lot of the are also Clothing Optional Hotels and that would be so awesome this time of year. If I was the owner I think I make a few exceptions in this case. I nearly forgot about all of the responsibilities that I have here in Michigan!
The room we rented at the Radisson Key West was even nicer in person then depicted in the photo gallery that originally sold us on the property on line. It was cheaper and by far one the best Key West Hotel Deals we had found after an exhaustive search. I was even mistaken for being pessimistic regarding the location of the property. I thought that by saving quite a bit of money and staying in what the local Key Wester’s call New Town I would be constantly regretting the decision and wishing that we had rented, and paid more money, for an Old Town property. I was wrong. They make it so easy for you with the shuttle service from the front of the hotel to the hottest areas on Duval Street, and it was free. We will definitely stay at the Radisson Key West in the future.
I have made the trip down to Key West on many occasions, all of which were pre-children. We've stayed at the newly remodeled Fairfield Inn and it is really amazing. Now that I am the proud new mother of twins I had to modify my search criteria for the very first time and still have the full Key West experience. I was surprised to find that the majority of the Key West accommodations do not accept children, but do, get this, accept pets. I suppose the argument could be that pets don’t mind clothing optional sundecks or splash and make cannon balls in the pool. I get that…I was childless a couple of years ago too. Anyway, the Radisson Key West fit the bill perfectly. My husband and I were able to have a great vacation with all of the relaxation we sorely needed while also feeling at complete ease over the situation of our children. It was a great place for them, especially the pool area!