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Sunday, January 21, 2018

Parrot Key Resort (Review) Key West, Florida

Does lounging on a white sandy beach under coconut palms, swimming in crystal clear water, or exploring acres of lush tropical gardens sound like a place you would like to spend a few days? That is exactly what you will experience at The Parrot Key Resort in Key West.

I have stayed in so many resorts and hotels in Florida that are pretty, but are basically surrounded by just sand and palm trees. The Parrot Key is what I envisioned when thinking about a Florida vacation … Tropical. The gardens have a slight Balinese feel, which I love!

Four secluded pools offer a great way to cool off from the hot and humid Keys weather. We were always able to have a pool to ourselves when we wanted to swim. The layout of the garden and pools allows a feeling of complete privacy.

Although there is no water access, the white sand sunbathing terraces along the waterside of the resort are the perfect place to watch a colorful Key West sunset.

The resort is located away from Duval Street, Mallory Square, and the beaches, but is only a short drive or shuttle ride to the areas.

Due to damage from hurricane Irma and some remodeling projects, it looks like they will not be open for reservation again until June. We loved our stay and hope to get back there soon!


 2801 N Roosevelt Blvd

 Key West, FL 33040

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