Key West is one of America's most fascinating cities, located 150 miles from Miami
and 90 miles from Cuba at the southernmost point of the continental United States.
Some of the many famous personalities who have called Key West home are Ernest
Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, Robert Frost and President Harry Truman.
The island's pastel clapboard houses, hibiscus, bougainvillea plants and banyan
trees, year-round tropical climate (average temperature of 70 degrees f), and clear
waters make it a desirable location for any traveler. The area certainly deserves a
visit of at least a few days to admire Key West's splendidly beautiful sunsets and to
experience, who knows...some wonderfully crazy nights!
All our guest rooms are charmingly furnished and each have a private bath, free local phone calls, free Wi-Fi internet access, remote cable color TV, A/C, and refrigerator.
From the tropical terrace, guest enjoy a well prepared continental breakfast (included in the rate). We are ready to give you a warm welcome in the lovely surroundings of L'Habitation.
Low Season Rates:
June 1st - Dec. 15th
$109.00 - $139.00/night High Season Rates:
Dec. 16th - Jan. 31st/
April 15th - May 31st
$119.00 - $159.00/night Peak Season Rates:
Feb. 1st - April 15th
$139 - $179/night
Please Call for Special Holiday Rates
* Rates: Rates are for double occupancy. $20.00 fee per extra person(s) in rooms with 2 double beds. Rates may change during special events or holidays.
* Requirements: One night credit card deposit required to reserve. If canceled 14 days or more in advance you will be charged a $25.00 cancellation fee. If canceled with-in 14 days of arrival, you will be responsible for the 1st night for each room, plus taxes.
* Policies: All rooms are NON-SMOKING, a $50.00 cleaning fee will be charged to you, if you smoke in the room, and you will be asked to leave with no refund.
NO cooking appliances are allowed.
NO pets allowed.
Your well-behaved children, 12 yrs. and up are welcome
* Rooms Available: Single Queen, Single King, 2 Double Beds