Key West Hotel Called the Smallest Bar Inn
Also known as the Old Customs House
The Key West Hotel Known as The Smallest Bar Hotel and Inn is a Popular Place To Stay. All rooms have queen sized beds, towels , linens and feature a sitting area with a flat screened tv and full kitchenettes, thus, the Inn has much to offer. Some amenities include ceiling fans, air conditioning, microwaves, fridge, WiFi, outdoor sitting area, daily housekeeping service.
Another plus is the location of downtown in the historic district on the island of Key West, on the main street named Duval Street in Key West. Location is everything and we are conveniently located and within walking distance to everything Old Town Key West has to offer. You can walk from our Key West Inn to get to the many water activities here: jet ski, parasailing, fishing trips, snorkel or diving excursions tall ship sunset sail, and sight seeing expeditions best viewed from renting a scooter or the conch train tour. Close by and within walking distance is the famous sunset pier named Mallory Square where the nightly sunset celebration is held. Also nearby to walk is the aquarium, the Hemingway House, ghost tours and many Old Town Key West Attractions.
The noise level; keep in mind that we are in the famous bar/saloon district. (worlds smallest bar, Hogs Breath Saloon, Sloppy Joes, Capt Tony's, to name a few ) you will find the noise level medium and the fun level high no matter what activity or event that you participate in!
Our Duval Street Key West Guesthouse features two types of rooms with many amenities; Suites that feature three queen beds, and Studios that feature one queen bed. The handcrafted beds are made of original Dade County Pine.
All of the rooms at The Smallest Bar Inn rooms include a private entrance, private bath, sitting area with cable television and new flat screen tv's, air conditioning, ceiling fans, efficiency kitchenettes with refrigerator, microwave, FREE wifi and quarters that have a sitting area with beautiful Key West island decor. Rooms have daily housekeeping service. Everyone loves our Key West Guesthouse and most of our friendly guests are repeat visitors to our Inn.The Old Customs House Inn is a charming island getaway with all of the lodging accommodations that you would ever need on vacation.
If you're looking for a quaint, charming Key West Guesthouse, located walking distance to everything, then the Old Customs House Inn and Guesthouse should be your first choice! Want to keep up to date on all of our Key West information? Please visit our blog. and see why everyone comes back!
Sleeping arrangements for studios feature an additional twin mattress, and one queen sized bed. Our suites have 3 queen sized beds. Other amenities for both types of rooms include: Saltillo tiled baths, and hardwood floors.
Renovations - The building was originally the customs house where sea going ships paid tariffs on cargo brought mail. This activity in the 1800s found Key West as an early American settlement. Later the Dade county wooden pine structure was moved from its waterfront location when the "Customs House", nowadays the Customs House Musuem was built and replaced it (3 story red brick building near Mallory square ). Today this original wing of the original building has been relocated to the Duval street address. It is circa 1850 and updates have been adequately applied over the years, i.e running water, electricity and central air conditioning etc. The storefront of the building has been host to a variety of business over the years; bar, gift shop, jewelry store, clothing store whilst the remainder, rear and upstairs are home to Inn. a small cafe (Juan loves Lucy) featuring Cuban cuisine is located on the property.
Key West Activities
Want to go Fishing but don't have that kind of dough? Here's an idea... hop on a Key West fishing party boat for up to six hours on the water for as low as $45 per person (even cheaper for kids!).
You can even find sunset sails with unlimited beer, wine and snacks for around $35 each. Check out these amazing trips and enjoy the romance, party, or just the beauty of the beautiful waters.
Or, stay on dry land and head to the absolutely free nightly sunset celebration in Mallory Square. Get ice cream, window-shop on Front Street or feed the tarpon at Key West Bight. Pro tip: Get a Key West tourist map when you arrive and plan your own personal walking tour. You'll see, experience and discover so much more than the average visitor!
Key West Hotel
Did you know that the Smallest Bar in Key West has an Inn that is well-loved by all it's guests? Well, yes! You can stay at the hotel that's also known as The Old Customs House in Key West without busting your bank. To say at the hotel, click here.