Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Key West
Just across the White Street, the Old Town displays numerous old homes and Bahamian conch houses that have been converted into guesthouses now. The neighborhood is home to a diverse range of attractions that include Key West Aquarium, Pirate Soul Museum, Ripley's Museum, Shipwreck Historeum Museum, Harry S. Truman Little White House, Butterfly Conservatory, Mel Fisher Maritime Museum and the Audubon House and Tropical Gardens.
Quiet like its name, the New Town offers everything that is new. The area is home to shopping centers, a movie theatre, restaurants and cafes. Houses are mostly built in distinctive Florida style. Enjoy a walk along 2.5 miles long Smather’s beach or take a trip to attractions like the East Martello Museum.
Reachable by Key West through the Cow Key Channel Bridge, Stock Island is a must visit for water babies. Go on the kayaking and fishing trips starting from the marina or visit a tiny botanical garden and a small version of the Tennessee Williams Fine Arts Center.