The Mango Summer room is Tropical Inn’s most economical Classic Queen, offering exceptional value. High ceilings and generously-sized windows (admittedly, offering more “light” than “view”) offset the room’s modest size with a sense of airiness and volume. It is conveniently situated on the ground floor of the Main House, just steps from Duval Street – perfect for the guest who plans an active visit filled with exploration of Key West’s diverse attractions.
A cozy Classic Queen room on the second floor of Tropical Inn’s Main House, the Gypsy Mermaid’s Escape is a favorite of guests who enjoy people-watching on Duval Street. The adjacent shared veranda provides a lofty vantage point from which to savor salt-scented breezes while observing the ever-changing pageant that plays itself out daily on the street just below.
The Bamboo Room is one of our Classic Queen accommodations upstairs in the Main House of Tropical Inn. This room offers the perfect atmosphere for guests to ease the pace and envision island life in a more relaxed time.
A handcrafted Indonesian teak and cane poster bed has journeyed halfway around the world to find its place here, joining a strikingly beautiful antique dresser whose own travels through time and various spaces have imbued it with character unattainable any other way. Sunlight filtering through Bahama shutters grace the serendipity of it all.
The Coconut Cabana is Tropical Inn’s most luxurious Classic Queen room, situated in a garden cottage with easy access to the garden and pool. It is located adjacent to the back porch of the Main House, which provides a convenient outdoor area for relaxing or preparing a quick snack, using the communal microwave oven located there.
Like its neighbor, the Conch Courtyard, which occupies half of the Caribbean Cottage, the Coconut Cabana features stone tile floors and a custom-designed compartmental bath, all under a pecky cypress vaulted ceiling with gleaming white exposed rafters. The room is furnished with natural elements in a tropical décor, giving it a quietly understated ambience that is decidedly “Old Florida,” with a hint of “island chic.”