Amsterdam's Curry Mansion Inn

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$ 205

Property Location With a stay at Amsterdam's Curry Mansion Inn, you'll be centrally located in Key West, steps from Duval Street and within a 5-minute walk of Audubon House and Tropical Gardens. This family- friendly bed & breakfast is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Mallory Square and 0.6 mi (1 km) from Ernes...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

Property Location With a stay at Amsterdam's Curry Mansion Inn, you'll be centrally located in Key West, steps from Duval Street and within a 5-minute walk of Audubon House and Tropical Gardens. This family- friendly bed & breakfast is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Mallory Square and 0.6 mi (1 km) from Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. - Duval Street - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi - The Oldest House - Key West - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi - Red Barn Theater - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi - Heritage House Museum - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi - Red Barn Theatre - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi - Ripley'...

511 Caroline St, Key West, FL 33040, USA - Key West, Florida - U.S - 33040

Property Amenities

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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    123

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    30

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    17

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    540

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    14

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    147

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    180

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Type of gem you recommend yet want to keep a secret for yourself!

Reviewed 15 july, 2022

This is a beautiful historic home set among lush landscaping, a block from Duval Street action. Nothing beats complimentary happy hour with live music, hot (although mediocre) breakfast, and zero resort fees! Seriously, aside from taxes, the price you see is the price you pay -- the number one reason we chose Curry Mansion!! The rooms are quaint and clean, but the water pressure in the shower left much to be desired. Then again this isn't your typical modern hotel. Overall, a super stay. Very friendly staff. Despite being solely responsible, Kelly rocked the front desk AND the happiest 2 hours of every evening as bartender. Rusty, the resident cat, despite aloofness enjoys mingling with guests too. I loved chatting with other couples in/near the small centralized pool or the front porch rocking chairs. We learned a lot about the local scene from the frequent flyers who have enjoyed their stays at Curry Mansion for years, even decades. Management, don't change a single awesome amenity (except for bringing back pre-pandemic quality) and we'll return as well!

heatherh918

Not Recommended by Long Time Guests - Has become an expensive economy hotel/motel

Reviewed 15 july, 2022

We are long time guests of The Amsterdam Curry Mansion, over 15 years, and have always been happy to recommend staying here to friends and anyone who asked. HOWEVER, upon our recent visit, June 2022, we were horrified to see what the new management has turned The Mansion into. The love and care previously exhibited by Edith Amsterdam for her guests and her Mansion are no longer in existence. The new management has turned The Mansion into an overpriced economy hotel/motel, benefiting purely from its former reputation, location and parking. Points to note: Reception by Staff: In the past, several people in the front desk area, formerly Edith herself and then her daughter and other staff, were there to greet you with smiles and welcoming conversation. This time (arriving at 4pm) one indifferent person was there to check you in as well as being the only person on property to handle happy hour (5-7pm) and any other issues that arose then. During the rest of our stay we experienced a non-caring and, at times surly, male individual at the front desk, who was unprofessional at the very least. Room: Never have we paid so much for such a trashy room. Please see the pictures and note: 1} No canopy bed, but there is the broken headboard from one; 2) The bed was a mattress on top of a metal box; 3} The bedding didn’t fit the bed; 4) The minimal furniture didn’t match. There was a white wicker small table with two chairs accompanied by a beaten up brown wicker dresser, the broken headboard (previously mentioned and pictured) and a dirty wobbly ceiling fan that was not adjustable. Most important, note this is not what is pictured on their website and what we have personally experienced in the past. Pool: Is small but was adequate for an adult only facility which it used to be. Now there are kids in the pool with water guns, jumping and splashing, and dogs allowed to run around the pool deck and harass Rusty (the cat). AND this is going on during Happy Hour which takes place in the same area. In addition, the pool needs some major TLC. Pool Signs and Noise: Pool sign clearly states pool hours are dawn to dusk. However, a couple of nights there were loud people in the pool and surrounds partying at 1:30 am! Upon mentioning this very politely to the man in the office the next day, well….need we say more. He really didn’t care. Breakfast: Total flop. What we used to get for breakfast and what is available now are not even comparable; no fresh fruit, no multiple cereal choices, no bacon (which is listed on their order sheet but crossed out) but you do get stale bread with a poorly operating toaster, dry eggs and frozen hash brown patties. Seriously, you get better breakfasts at economy hotels/motels. Happy Hour: Again, there used to be a nice assortment of small fresh appetizers, i.e., fresh veggies, cubed cheese, dips (with a spoon to serve onto your small plate), crackers and a snack mix (again served with a spoon). Now, you get a bag of chips or pretzels until they run out and don’t get replenished. The Mansion: It is billed as an historic Victorian Mansion and open for tours, but they have cleared out the majority of the interesting antique furnishings in the front 3-4 rooms. The Final Straw: A guest came down with COVID or some other highly contagious disease as the wife and daughter in the family moved to another room and wore face masks constantly during the rest of their stay. However, we as guests were never notified of any potential problem. We say this very sadly, but SAVE YOUR MONEY and stay somewhere else. We will never return nor recommend The Mansion to anyone else.

lizbillm

Disappointed !

Reviewed 19 june, 2022

The room was clean and the location is perfect. Right near Duval Street. But… this is no luxury B&B. Breakfast was OK. I enjoyed cereal each morning . On the 4th day they ran out of Frosted Flakes and I asked if they had more and was told NO. The fruit was not fresh but it was single serving plastic containers of fruit. I don’t eat eggs but they did offer omelets .. The Inn itself needs a lot of sprucing up, badly needs a paint job and the pool needs love and care as well. Staff was adequate but no one overly friendly at all. If you are used to staying at the Holiday Inn you would love it here. I guess I am just used to Innkeepers who go above and beyond.

KCfromKCNY

Great Location

Reviewed 9 june, 2022

This was my first time staying here. Very nice rooms, wonderful air conditioning, and Rusty the cat living there! It is right off Duval St. so everything is walkable. Made to order breakfast was the same each morning but that's ok. Free happy hour every night. Staff was wonderful.

hikerbecky

Excessive cost offering with only passing reference, a "bed" and "breakfast".

Reviewed 22 may, 2022

My wife and I travel worldwide, have stayed in B&Bs all over the United States for over 30 years, reside in Fort Myers, FL which has high-speed direct ferry service to Key West and have visited this town by cruise ship, car, ferry and air. We have come, therefore, to expect a certain level of service when staying at a B&B. Key West has never been a cheap place to stay, but at $700/night for what turned out to be just an ordinary room with bare furnishings and the decor of a cheap motel it was hard not to be disappointed. Their happy hour consisted of booze and bags of Doritos and breakfast was a poorly cooked two eggs, previously frozen hash brown wedge, toast and 2 sausages. All in all, this "mansion" spends about $10 per day on amenities. You do get convenient access to Duval St. and nearby restaurants but what a sad disappointment and waste of money.

gomersdaddy