Our spacious and lush complex of six meticulously restored houses spans an entire block. The rooms surround the lush oasis of our sundecks and sparkling heated pool where we welcome you to relax and forget your cares. We offer you a large variety of Florida Keys lodging and accommodations in clean, bright and cheerful rooms all with private baths. We also boast one of the largest lushly landscaped tropical gardens in our island city, with many cozy spots to read a good book or take a nap. Your day in paradise begins with a complimentary continental breakfast served poolside among the swaying coconut palms, hibiscus, fragrant frangipani, avocado, Key lime, Spanish lime and Ackee trees and our famous night blooming jasmine! You’ll find the atmosphere completely “laid back.”
Wicker GuestHouse Room Features:
- Free, limited parking. First come, first served
- Complimentary poolside continental breakfast
- Complimentary WiFi
- Cable TV
- Heated pool
- Private bath
- Ceiling fan
- Hair dryers
- Alarm clock/radio
- Ceramic tile floors
- Daily housekeeping service
- Pool/beach towels
- Pet’s allowed (only in certain rooms, with fee)
Available upon request: Rollaway, iron, ironing board
About Key West
While in our Island City, shop for local art & treasures from Key West’s unique boutiques. Thrill your taste buds with delights from countless restaurants, open-air cafes and world-famous watering holes.
Historical sites you won’t want to miss include the Hemingway House, Lighthouse Museum, Audubon House and Truman’s Little White House. Children will love the Key West Aquarium, Butterfly Conservatory and glass-bottom boat cruises. Offshore is home to the only living coral reef in North America, which has limitless opportunities for snorkeling, diving and fishing. And don’t miss sunset at Mallory Square — a celebration all its own!
Key West Weather
Key West, an island city located at the end of US Highway 1, is known for sunny days and breezy nights. Year round averages are in the low to mid 80’s! Thanks to the proximity of the Gulf Stream in the Straits of Florida and the tempering effects of the Gulf of Mexico to the west and north, our average temperature in winter is only 14 degrees lower than in the summer. And daily variation throughout the year is only about 10 degrees! Abundant sunshine, and slightly less than 25% of the annual rainfall, grace the months of December through April.