What makes a bed and breakfast such an amazing choice for lodging on a Key West vacation? Since bed and breakfasts have less rooms than other hotels in Key West, they tend to be more intimate and feel less crowded. Generally, each room in a bed and breakfast will be unique, so you'll experience less of the cookie-cutter vibe found in larger lodging options.
Most bed and breakfasts can be found in quiet residential areas and offer a much more secluded location -- perfect for guests who want to live like a Key West local for the duration of their stay. Best of all, bed and breakfasts tend to be a restored house or historic building; many of Key West's older B&Bs are even listed at the National Historic Register. Be sure to ask the owner about the history of the building -- and your room -- to catch a glimpse of Key West past!