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All reviews lower keys key west laid back two double beds free coffee square grouper tiki bar was great overlooking the water dry tortugas great place second floor nice room love this place old school stayed here for one night pizza place rooms are large
We left Key West after a nice but long day and evening and just couldn't justify the cost of a hotel room there (cheapest was nearly $250). So when we saw a vacancy sign here we decided to stop. Clean, reasonably priced and right on...More
This hotel is super cute. The rooms aren’t glamorous but they are very clean and have a home town feel to them. The live music at the tiki bar was fun. The drinks were great. The food was good. The staff are really nice and...More
My husband and I recently stayed at the Lodge after not visiting for several years due to hurricanes and family obligations. We had stayed many times in the past. We found you can go home again! The Lodge remains charmingly outdated; 50’s decor, cracked tile...More
The Sugarloaf Lodge is what old Key West was all about back in the day.
The lodge is short on frills but with a spectacular view from every room (see pics), thats what you come here for. The rooms are good sized, the beds very...More
I booked this hotel on the day I was driving to Key West. All hotels in Key West itself were sold out or too expensive, so we decided to book this one instead. The hotel is about 30 minutes from Duval Street by car.
Sugarloaf Logde is a family run, 31 unit waterfront resort in the Florida Keys 13 miles from Key West. All of our rooms face the water with sunset views and if you have a boat you can park it behind your room. The lodge has a Tiki Bar, marina, pool, tennis courts, and airstrip. Unfortunately, we do not allow pets but we are perfect for families, kayakers and flats fisherman. A fifteen minute drive from all that Key West has to offer without the crowds and high prices.
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I don't work there, but drive by there every few days. I am not 100% positive as to the status of all of their rooms, but they look very much open and there is definitely live music in the tiki bar. The only sad part is that... More
I don't work there, but drive by there every few days. I am not 100% positive as to the status of all of their rooms, but they look very much open and there is definitely live music in the tiki bar. The only sad part is that the Perky Bat Tower fell over. I know all of the hotels here are encouraging more guests!