Key West is alive with history, recording decades of travelers coming to our tiny island. Did you know the Island City House is the oldest guest house in Key West? The buildings housed in the lush tropical complex on William and Eaton streets are reminders of every era of Key West hospitality.
Meticulously restored and adding modern amenities, your choice of three distinct properties within Island City House give you the flavor of a bygone era. The three story Victorian house, adorned with gingerbread detailing, greets your arrival on William Street. Offering accommodations featuring antique furnishings, you’ll enjoy the traditional appeal.
The red cypress Cigar House will remind you of the rich history of the cigar making industry in Key West as you lounge on the covered porch of your king sized suite overlooking the pool. After a day of exploring the island, try out an inviting hammock for an afternoon nap surrounded by the tranquility of courtyard greenery.
The Arch House, so named for the signature embellishment of the welcoming Island City House Eaton Street entrance, has a casual Caribbean vibe with lively colors inside and bicycles perched outside for an island jaunt.
All guest rooms and suites provide kitchen facilities and snacks delivered daily to your room. You may be tempted to spend your day soaking up the sun and history of Island City House, yet this perfect Old Town location is an easy walk to the Historic Seaport District with waterfront restaurants and shops.
Whatever you choice of era, experience a taste of Key West history, style and hospitality at the Island City House and you’ll be back.
Call 800-634-8230 for reservations.