Key West hotel will reopen this week for the first time since Hurricane Irma

Parrot Key Hotel & Villas will reopen Thursday with daily rates starting at $149

TRD MIAMI /
Oct.October 28, 2018 04:45 PM

Parrot Key Hotel & Villas in Key West

UPDATED Oct. 29, 10:22 a.m.: Parrot Key Hotel & Villas in Key West will reopen this week for the first time since Hurricane Irma slammed into the Florida Keys in September 2017.

The repaired and renovated hotel at 2801 North Roosevelt Boulevard will reopen Thursday.

Daily rates at Parrot Key Hotel & Villas start at $149 in November and December, $189 in January, and $299 in February and March. Blackout dates apply.

Combination villas have as many as four bedrooms plus entertaining space and a separate living room and wet bar.

The property features four swimming pools and on-site access to bicycles and jet skis.– Mike Seemuth


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