Parrot Key Hotel and Resort sells fast on our site. On the Florida Bay, a short drive from historic Old Town Key West, Florida, this property offers an outdoor pool, a casual cafe and a variety of activities.
Parrot Key Resort is surrounded by landscaped gardens. Guests can go for a swim in one of the 4 outdoor pools, then enjoy a snack from the poolside Cafe Blue and Tiki Bar.The property is completely non-smoking.
Guests at the Parrot Resort can spend the day kayaking and then relax with an on-site massage.
A 42-inch flat-screen TV and small fridge are featured in each room at the Parrot Key. Guests can relax on their private terrace and enjoy views of the ocean and tropical landscape.
Our waterfront Key West resort opened in May 2008. Ideally situated on Florida Bay, just off Overseas Highway US Route 1 in Key West, Parrot Key Hotel & Resort offers vacationers a tranquil Florida Keys experience just minutes from the excitement of the renowned Old Town Key West historic district.
Located on five acres of tropical gardens alongside Key West’s waterfront, our resort and hotel is an exclusive, lushly landscaped haven that offers first class accommodations unmatched in the Florida Keys. Designed with both function and beauty in mind, the resort is tucked away in its own private paradise within just minutes of the world famous nightlife, dining and shopping of Duval Street, sunsets on Mallory Square, and the charming Key West historic district. Traditional with crisp contemporary styling, Parrot Key Resort is perfect for those who want to vacation amid the exciting attractions of Key West, yet also value the privacy and comfort only an exclusive resort can offer.
Offering truly unique accommodations in Key West, Parrot Key Hotel & Resort offers guests a vacation experience with exceptional service in a boutique Key West resort. The property features 148 exceptional hotel rooms, suites and villas, each fronting one of the resort’s four spectacular swimming pools or overlooking a sunset view of Florida Bay. Parrot Key Resort features lush tropical sculpture gardens, a poolside Bar Cafe, fitness center and a private sunning terrace with powder soft sand.
Defined by classic Key West conch style architecture, Parrot Key Resort’s distinctive design motif exemplifies ship-building practices adapted from the Caribbean and New England. This Key West Florida resort is characterized by fine craftsmanship and millwork, including shady porches, decorative railings and white gingerbread details.
RESORT FEE AND LOCAL TAX
Parrot Key Resort charges a $25.00 per night resort fee. The local applicable hotel sales tax is 12.5%. Please note that advertised rates do not include the resort fee and tax.
Each guestroom, 1 or 2 bedroom suite, or 3-bedroom villa features colorful interiors with original art, cool tropical colors and brightly painted wooden furniture, which add to the charming décor. In the 1-2 bedroom suites, and 3-bedroom villas, a separate living room area will invite socializing with comfortable, overstuffed seating and a mini fridge and dry bar area. All rooms are equipped with hair dryers.
OUR 148-ROOM FULL-SERVICE KEY WEST HOTEL AND RESORT FEATURES:
74-Deluxe king or double queen rooms (375 square feet)
74-Superior one- and two- bedroom suites (625-925 square feet)
Four sparkling mineral cleansed pools
Poolside bar and dining at Café Blue
Watersports, including kayak, paddleboard and WaveRunner rentals onsite
Patio, porch and/or balcony with all rooms
White sand sunbathing terraces along the waterside
Complimentary Wi-Fi high-speed Internet access property-wide
Tropical gardens featuring sculpture by local and international artists
Concierge services including bookings for restaurants and the best island tours and adventures
CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT TIMES
Lobby Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Check-In: After 4:00 p.m.
Late Arrival: After 11:00 p.m. – Must contact resort prior to arrival
Check-Out: Before 11:00 a.m.
Late Departure: After 11:00 a.m. – Subject to a late check-out fee
RESORT FEATURES AND NEARBY EXPERIENCES
The Parrot Key Resort experience is much like visiting a beautiful private oasis. Guests can walk through the resort’s gardens and four spectacular swimming pools nestled amidst towering coconut palms and a world class collection of sculpture. Parrot Key’s dedicated and enthusiastic staff encourage guests to make the most of their stay with all the latest information on local fishing, the best areas for snorkeling and diving, and the most entertaining attractions in Key West.
Based on the guest’s interests and ability level, our front desk concierge will coordinate personalized excursions to some of the Keys’ most enchanting destinations – including spots usually known only to insiders. Boating, kayaking, parasailing, jet skiing, tennis and golf also may be arranged. Resort guests will enjoy access to a wide array of recreational programs available on an a la carte basis:
Water craft rental
Historic district tours
Parking is very limited in Key West because cars were never the main form of transportation in the laid back “island life” of this small, but very popular city. We recommend that guests enjoy Key West by bicycle just like the locals. Many guests prefer to take a taxi from the airport and then get a bicycle at Parrot Key Resort. Resort parking is limited at our property. We have several parking arrangements at the resort, but please understand that the parking can sometimes fill up quickly. If you have concerns, please speak with your front desk agent at check-in.
TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS CENTER
Parrot Key Hotel and Resort provides wireless (WiFi) high speed Internet access property-wide, allowing guests to use their laptops to go online virtually anywhere, whether they are poolside or enjoying their shady waterfront porch. All hotel rooms feature 27-inch flat screen TVs. Suites feature 27-inch flat screen TVs in the bedrooms and a 42-inch flat screen TV in the living room.
We also offer an onsite business center for use of a computer with Internet, and a printer.
Parrot Key Resort offers a delicious mix of dining options for breakfast and lunch at Cafe Blue, plus exciting Key West restaurants nearby for dinner.
Parrot Key Hotel and Resort offers a well-equipped fitness room on site.
Parrot Key has a minimum age requirement of 25 years to reserve a room. Upon check-in this will be confirmed by photo ID. Guests beneath the age of 25 must be accompanied by a guest 25 years or older during the full course of their stay. Parties unaccompanied by an adult of 25 years or older may be asked to leave at any time during their stay.
Parrot Key Resort is a 100% smoke free resort, both indoors and property-wide. Failure to comply with this policy subjects the guest to a $250.00 per day fee.
The resort’s extensive fine art collection and sculpture garden features the works of local Key West artists such as metal sculptor John Martini and painter Lynn Sherman, as well as acclaimed artists including Vermont sculptor Barbara Kaufman, and Indian sculptor K.S. Radhakrishnan, Puppet maker Gabriel Quirk, and painters Treacy Ziegler, Clifford West and Lisa Remeny.
Key West is home to world-renowned nightlife with famous bars boasting former regulars such as Ernest Hemingway and Jimmy Buffet on famed Duval Street. Visitors enjoy boutique shopping, casual and fine dining and art galleries in the charming historic district. Mallory Square draws crowds day and night with eclectic and original outdoor, waterfront entertainment, and the enchanting nightly sunset celebration. For daytime diversions, there are museum attractions which include The Shipwreck Museum, The Customs House Museum, Mel Fisher’s Treasure Museum, the James Audubon House, and Ernest Hemingway’s house. World-class scuba and snorkeling, glass-bottom boat rides, national park excursions and sport fishing are just a few of the outdoor recreation options for nature lovers. In the evening, visitors revel in picturesque sunset cruises and myriad fine dining options.
Key West is also rich in history and culture, evidenced by the Lighthouse Museum, the Harry S. Truman Little White House, The Ernest Hemingway Home and Mel Fisher’s Treasure Museum, all of which are immensely popular attractions. Home to one of the largest collections of intact 18th century architecture, the Key West historic district, with quaint tree lined lanes stately mansions, and extensive neighborhoods of Bahamian and Conch styled clapboard homes is a true national treasure, designated by the US government as a registered historic district.