"Wonderful location!!! Can't wait to go back!"
Stayed at the Casa Caracol and Isla Bella cottages during August and it was wonderful! The cottages are brand new, with beautiful furniture, and the grounds are kept immaculate. Great place to go with friends or family. I will be going back...can't wait!
Marc (as written on VRBO), Miami, FL, August 2010
"Highly Recommend Travelers Palm Inn"
What a lovely, clean, well-equipped guesthouse. Very convenient to all the bars, restaurants & shops along Duval and the waterfront. Despite being so close to the action, it was surprisingly quiet! The owners, Roxanne & Michel were very helpful with recommendations & directions. Would definitely stay here again!
The Kilburns (as written on Trip Advisor), March 2010
"Quiet & Comfortable"
If you're looking for a nice, comfortable, peaceful, small inn to relax and enjoy yourself at, most definitely give the NEW Traveler's Palm Inn a try. One of many non published benefits is that is located only 1/2 block from El Siboney, a great Cuban Restaurant, and only a short 3-4 block walk to Duval St, Louie's Backyard, Camille's, or the Atlantic Ocean.
We stayed in the Conch House Studio [now called Casa Caracol]. This is a 1BR, 1B lockout unit that is part of the main Conch House [Casa Caracol] Suite. The studio had an ample wet bar/kitchenette area complete with toaster/coffee maker/refrigerator, dishes, utensils and dish detergent. This all came in handy as we walked to Fausto's Market and got some snacks and foodstuffs for our stay. The bathroom had a huge glass/tile walk-in shower with rainfall head, vanity with hairdryer, and comfortable elongated water closet. Provided for our use was a wall mounted in shower dispenser of shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and soap. The king bed was good and firm, pillowtop, and had many pillows and a nice comforter. Comfortable wicker chair to sit in and watch the HD flatscreen with provided Comcast Cable and also free wi-fi. Outside our unit was a small porch and the pretty garden landscaping on the way to the pool, which is very pretty with a nice seating area, but our weather was cool and sometimes rainy so we didn't get a chance to swim. We will on our next visit.
Our host Michel was very nice and friendly and is truly interested in making sure that his guests are happy. He is very proud of his re-making of the Traveler's Palm with the new grounds, pool, and units, as he should be, as we were welcomed and enjoyed our stay and will pass along this good recommendation.
Trip Advisor Review — Raleigh, NC, March 2010
"A bit of Paradise Found"
The WHOLE place was redone this year, top to bottom!! Brand new from the literal ground up: spotless, with a simple elegance, designed with detail, privacy and a respect for the natural environment, while retaining that Key West style. We stayed in the Island House Suite [now called Isla Bella], which was perfectly comfy, complete with a small kitchen, dining and sitting area. A private Jacuzzi is yours in your own little area outside your deck. Any old reviews that are less than outstanding, just disregard entirely. They have nothing to do with this new and wonderful place. The Inn keepers, Michel and Roxanne made us feel welcomed from minute one. They were very helpful in letting us know the lay of the land, as this was our first trip to Key West. The location was perfect- out of the loud buzz, but close and walking distance to beaches, Duval St., restaurants, galleries etc. We would so stay there again and encourage you to end your search right here. A bit of Paradise found!!
Trip Advisor Review — Eastern, CT, February 2010
"Private, little oasis"
I've stayed here with my wife and it was wonderful. It's like being in your own private little oasis. I'm looking forward to booking a few nights and to see the renovations.
Bob Marioni — Facebook Fan, May 2010
We had a fantastic stay at The Travelers Palm in Key West in July 2010. We stayed for 3 nights in a studio apartment. It is modern, clean, fully equipped and has a delicate, Caribbean interior. We loved the pool-area which is very nice, quiet, clean, and surrounded by exotic plants and palm-trees. We got the opportunity ...to also have a look at the other rooms/houses at The Travelers Palm and we warmly recommend this lovely place in beautiful Key West. We read about the accommodation on Facebook and it definitely responded to our expectations. After staying in a "cheesy" hotel in Orlando for a couple of days it was a great relief to check in at Travelers Palm! Thanks to Key West, Travelers Palm and Michel!:-)
Synnøve and Roy from Norway — Facebook, July 2010
"Beautiful and rejuvenating"
This is the most beautiful and rejuvenating place...a real haven and healing space. So amazingly decorated and a total relaxing experience!!! Wonderful - A very different side of Key West. All of the fun, yet relaxing and calming too.
Christine Drewyer — Facebook, August 2010
Thanks to Michel, for having wonderful days at Travelers Palm in Key West. After seven breathtaking days in New York we reached Key West on 8/28 ...
We reached Royal Street at night and found our key in the locker as described by Michel. Though exhausted by the long journey we realized at the luxurious apartment, we were missing nothing.
The next morning I started to get some food and bought crispy rolls and croissants at a French bakery on Duval Street. So a crispy breakfast is essential for European styled stomachs. We relaxed in the pool surrounded by tropical plants and the calm splash of the fountain.
Exploring Key West in August is a non-hectic procedure. There are not so many tourists at the points of most interest: Southernmost Point, Hemingway home, the harbour, Duval Street, the beaches...Strolling around you can get this kind of karibic feeling, you are perhaps dreaming of. According to Michels recommendation we finished the day at "Blue Heaven".
We experienced the mangrove habitats and got profound information by Victoria, realizing her respect of the natural, undisturbed wildlife. Snorkeling along the mangroves and later inside the shoals by tow-board unraveled some secrets of the under-water-life. The time slipped away imperceptible. On the way back to Murray marina IMP II turned into a Jet-ski.
So we never had in mind discovering Florida outside of Orlando's Disney World, we were deeply impressed by the diversity of the wildlife in Key West's National Wildlife refuge. Thanks to all courageous men and women protecting this part of our planet. Thanks to that, the Deepwater Horizons oil spill didn't touch the Florida Keys, having in mind the tremendous extension in the Gulf of Mexico.
Manfred L. and family,
as shared on Facebook, September 2010
Thanks for Manfred L. for the wonderful photos of Travelers Palm and Key West