Monday, April 19, 2010

A review of Key West's Pilot House B&B

Perhaps you read my first blog on a Key West B&B, Key West Review.  I did a story about Marrero's Guest Mansion and people really seem to love that little sweet spot.   Moving on, Marrero's ain't the only game in town.  

If you're looking for a restored Key West house with a nude pool and spa, you'll be delighted with your stay at The Pilot House!

The location of this B&B is just amazing in Old Town Key West just one block away from worlds famous Duval Street.  Google Map to Pilot House.  You're just a few blocks away from Key West hot spots such as Jimmy Buffett's "Margaritaville" and Sloppy Joe's Bar.  And those legendary sunsets are just a few blocks away over at the pier, a nightly celebration of the day.

(The nude spa at Pilot's)

This old structure sits on Simonton Street and from the outside it could be unassuming.  Built in the 1900's in the hayday of Key West this 8 room house is small, charming and mostly reviewed well.   Some people have voiced complaints about the pool being cool and/or the the spa being too cold or too hot.   The rooms have 12 foot ceilings, original hardwood floors, TV and AC.  

  • Clothing optional pool and spa
  • Adults only hotel
  • In room jacuzzi's
  • In room kitchenette's
  • Free housekeeping
  • No pets
  • Exotic Landscape

(views from the roof)

Rates to stay at this B&B can range between $115 to $265 according to their website.  This it's all dependent on which room you book and when.  They have 6 "standard" rooms each with it's own features and costs.  One of the standard rooms has a private sundeck, how cool would that be?   2 of the rooms are "poolside cabana rooms" that are bigger and of course right by the pool.  

For a full review of the rooms, go to their web page here:  Pilot House Room list.

(one of the rooms at Pilot)

So get on down to Key West and enjoy this little tropical island in the US.  There are not many places you can go in the US and REALLY feel like you're in the tropics.  Heck, it's about 90 miles to Cuba, I guess you are in the tropics. 


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