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Web site visitors use our Web site to personalize our site, customize and monitor advertisements, and improve security. The minute we came in, the personnel was astonishing. The waitress, Chance, was unbelievably impressed with his expertise and attentiveness. The Bruce is fantastic. Many thanks to our waiters Chance for the competent and careful attendance!
It was always a great event, great employees! Well, this place is fantastic, our first stay here. The rooms are very beautiful meters, swimming pool and awe inspiring and so is the landscape design. It was an astonishing place, e....everything we had to have there was great. Marvellous personnel "Heyyyy Daniel", excellent beds, jealous situation, lush terrain, great meals in Cafe Marquesa.
I had supper with my mates and just wanted to say the best food I had while I was there on vacation. The ALS challenger was taken by Tiffany Francisco at the Marquesa Hotel in honour of her sibling Todd Fields with Lissa Schlichter, Nadene Bobit and Talitha Critelli.
The Marquesa Hotel, Key West, FL
Wellcome to Key West's nicest small hotel and holiday apartment in the centre of the old town. The Marquesa Key West Hotel consists of four residences, grouped around a luxurious inner courtyard and two outdoor pool areas, offering a peaceful haven for those seeking luxurious and private accommodation. The Key West apartment is a place where visitors can enjoy the sub-tropical splendour of Key West, Florida.
The hotel address: Locations Summary Our holiday apartment is ideal for exploration - just one brick from Duval St, four brick from Mallory Square and the Gulf of Mexico and a nile from the Atlantic Ocean. However, we do provide free off-road car park when you travel to the West Park.
The Marquesa Hotel is located in 600 Fleming, on the intersection of Simonton and Fleming Streets. Miami International Airport (MIA): Leave the MIA and continue following the signposts to Rt. 836 East. From the 836 East take Florida Turnpike (Rt. 821) South until it ends in Florida City. The Key is the last of the islands on US 1.
Coming from US 1, coming to Key West, keep right at the entrance and stay on US 1. That four-lane street is North Roosevelt Boulevard. Drive along Truman Avenue to Simonton Street, about 8 blocs (the Moped Hospital is on the right, on Simonton Street). Take a right onto Simonton Street and drive 5 blocs to Fleming Street.
Take a right turn and the hotel is on the right hand side. You will find check-in car parks in front of the hotel on Fleming Street at Key West International Airport (EYW): Leave the airport, turn right on South Roosevelt Boulevard and continue along the road to the end of the shore. At Bertha Street, turn right and go ahead at the Flagler Avenue crossroad.
Keep going down First St. At North Roosevelt Boulevard (US 1) turn to your lefthand and obey the instructions of US 1. Across the road!