- Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum
- 1 min walk
- Key West Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters Museum
- 1 min walk
- San Carlos Institute - Casa Cuba
- 8 min walk
- Key West, FL (EYW-Key West Intl.)
- 8 min drive
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About this area
Located in Key West's Key West Historic District neighborhood, Lighthouse Court Hotel is in the city center and near the beach. Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum and Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory are cultural highlights, and some of the area's notable landmarks include Mallory Square and Southernmost Point. Key West Aquarium and Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary are also worth visiting.
- Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum - 1 min walk
- Key West Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters Museum - 1 min walk
- San Carlos Institute - Casa Cuba - 8 min walk
- Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory - 8 min walk
- Florida Keys Eco - Discovery Center - 9 min walk
- Key West, FL (EYW-Key West Intl.) - 13 min drive
- Mojito Bar – Poolside cocktail bar offering American cuisine. Serves light fare daily, happy hour available.
About this property
Lighthouse Court Hotel
- Disliked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities
I stayed at Lighthouse Court Dec 20 – 25. The hotel is well-situated, but a pervasive roach infestation made our stay repulsive. On our 2nd night, I opened the sink drawer to find a HUGE ROACH (nearly 2 inches wide) crawling over my toiletries. I watched in shock & disgust as it crawled on my comb, brush & soap dish. In the commotion it scurried off before I could take a photo–I did take photos of the roach eggs and other roaches in the room we were moved to. Upon removing my items from the drawer, I noticed several black specs which were definitely not there when I had put my toiletries there – they were ROACH EGGS THAT HAD BEEN LAID BENEATH MY TOOTHBRUSH, MOUTH GUARD, LOTION... I didn’t think I could be more mortified until I saw more eggs towards the rear of the drawer. We moved to a new room but also had roaches coming out of the drain. The hotel desk attendant nonchalantly said this is to be expected as it had been raining for a few days and that all sorts of critters would come from the drains. Having been to the Tropics over 20 times, I am aware that rain can cause critters coming through drains, but there are solutions like non-toxic treatment of drains, filters and covers–but the hotel doesn’t invest in any. I never heard from the hotel manager to express any concern or apologize for our experience. Being in the service industry, I know how paramount customer experience is and how far an acknowledgement of the inconvenience can go. But that’s not to be had here.