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Rating: 4.17

Address: 511 Caroline St, Key West, FL, 33040

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    Comments (6):

    1. Diane R.
    Just OK for us. We were there for New Years, so it was indeed very pricey -- as everything was. But for that kind of $$ I was expecting a little more. The rooms were pretty clean, but very dated. Carpets very worn, furniture a bit shabby. The main rooms in the mansion were very nice. The guest rooms, pool area, breakfast and happy hour... all just so-so.

    13/01/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    2. Denise P.
    Truly makes you feel like you are living as a guest in an old world mansion.  The owners and staff make you feel welcome, like a visiting member of the family.  The house is a museum in of itself and a sight worth seeing even if you are not staying here.  They graciously open their home for all to enjoy.  As a guest, we were treated to huge rooms with a nice sized bathroom and balcony, all rooms open to the pool/courtyard which is fine.  She puts out an evening cocktail hour and has coffee and omelettes ready for you in the morning. Cannot beat the location -- right in downtown, yet you feel you are off the track as the mansion is very quiet.  Take a look from the widow's walk on top and see all of downtown Key West.   free parking.  Lovely place.  Rooms are a little dated, yet again, if you are looking for a historical place, then you won't mind.  Only downside is that yes, the room was a little musty.  No mold, clean, but a tad musty.

    20/12/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Tom S.
    Nice Southern Mansion in Key West built in 1855. It's a Bed and Breakfast with rooms than run between $200-$300 a night based on size and time of year.  We had the owners suite with AC, Flat screen TV's, ceiling fans, private bath with whirlpool tub. One huge master room with the main bed, a second room had a smaller couch type bed, a fold-up in the closet and then the huge bath room. Breakfast was nicely done 8-10am and each evening 5-7 they server cocktails and snacks on the pouch.  If you like to drink then this is the place for you!  It's free and considering the normal cost in Key West is close to $10 a drink, have three each and you just took $60 buck off the room cost, not including the $10 (each) or $20 for breakfast, so that's like $80 off.  Now your room cost is only around $200 for the biggest suite before taxes.  They have a fair amount of parking on the grounds, so no parking in the street like some places.

    They are only half a block from Duval Street (plus or minus) as it can be a little noisy in the middle on the night as places close town the drunks go home for the night. The plus is it's easy walking to everything. The carpets could stand to be replaced an well as some of the furniture.

    The only two issues I had was with their free Wi-Fi!  I could only get one bar in the bathroom and it wouldn't reach the bedroom, so don't plan on setting in your room and checking e-mail.  Down stairs the signal in fine, but this is a simple problem that for the room price they should fix, it's called WAP of Wireless Access Point (put one up stairs and then everyone will have Internet).

    Second, maybe it's just me, but I want a lock on door that can't be opened from the outside!  They have a keyed deadbolt on the door, but that's it.  It's a cheap standard lock that I could pick in minute or use a bump key on.  There was no safe in the room, so there is not place to your stuff.  At a minimum I think most B&B's should spend the money and use BEST locks on the doors. It's not a problem until someone gets hurt or has all there stuff is stolen.  It would be simple to make a copy of the rooms keys and come back anytime. Considering some of the folks in the Keys, a little better security pays for itself (think the cost of lawsuit when something happens).

    We're not big drinkers, so the free booze doesn't matter to us.  The breakfast was nice and parking good.  Rooms were clean, the AC is two wall units, so it could be a little under powered for middle of summer, but was fine while we were there in April.

    Considering everything I would still stay there again.  I like the place, parking, short distance to Duval Street and the very friendly staff with the free breakfast and cocktails.

    06/05/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    4. Bill O.
    The Curry Mansion was built in 1855, and has the look/feel and charm of the southern mansions built in that timeframe.  Converted to a B&B in the '70's,   It is filled with antiques and curios from the 1800's, including a piano built in 1853.

    Rooms are between $200-300/night...a bit pricey for Key West, but unlike many B&Bs in the area, includes private baths and phones, refrigerators, air conditioning, and ceiling fans in each room.  A full breakfast is also included, as well as a cocktail hour (did someone say "free booze"?).

    The kicker is that the Curry Mansion is located 1/2 block off Duval St....so if you do the Duval Crawl (I've read about it...never done it myself (cough)), you don't have very far to stagger...er...walk home.

    We've stayed here several times, including during Fantasy Fest (a Catholic holiday in Key West (no...really!) held over Halloween week every year), and simply love the place.

    27/02/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Perry P.
    Lovely inn and great tour!  We did not get a chance to stay at this place, but it was recommended by a friend that we stop by and check it out.  I am so glad we did!

    We met the fabulous owner - Mrs. Edith Amsterdam and her delightful daughter, Patsy.  They are both so pleasant and funny, I am looking forward to coming back to stay so we can sit and share stories over breakfast or cocktails on the incredible front porch.

    They were gracious enough to let us take the self-guided tour.  Lots of interesting things to see including lovely collections of china and silver and some wonderful old photographs of the house and Key West.

    Southern hospitality at its finest!

    02/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Helene S.
    Love this place.  My husband and I stay last Saturday and Sunday nights.  King room with a private balconey.  Breakfast everyday including eggs made to order.  2 hour Happy Hour everyday, can't beat that.  Everyone that works there is pleasant and happy to work there.  We even met Mrs. Amsterdamn and her daughter.  The mansion is beautiful and you are welcome to take a tour whenever you like.  Not cheap but worth it!

    11/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0