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We’re tucked away in a garden, steps from Duval Street. 

It’s easy to find us, but hard to leave.

329 Elizabeth Street, Key West, FL 33040




To get to Key West, visitors have the choice of air, land, and sea transportation. Daily flights by a handful of major airlines bring passengers from all over the world. Driving through the Keys on Route US 1 is one of the most scenic roads in North America.  You can also take ferry from Ft. Myers and Marco Island on the Key West Express.

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By Air

You can fly into Key West via Key West International Airport (EYW) on American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, and Silver Airways. Fly direct from a number of major hubs.


By Land

Enjoy a scenic road trip through the Keys on US Route 1. Make a pit stop at the Turtle Hospital, traverse Seven Mile Bridge, and take dip at Bahia Honda before making your way to us.

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Key West Express


By Sea

The Key West Express departs daily from Ft. Myers (year round) and Marco Island (in season), providing the fastest and most enjoyable way to visit from Florida’s West Coast!


Direct flights are available from such major hubs as New York City (EWR), Chicago (OHR), Philadelphia (PHL), Washington DC (DCA), Charlotte (CLT), Atlanta (ATL), Dallas (DFW), and Miami (MIA) with connections also available from regional airports such as Orlando (MCO), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Tampa (TPA), and Palm Beach (PBI). Once you land at Key West International Airport, we are just a 12-minute drive away. There are several ground transportation options available to accommodate your needs. These include rental cars, shuttles, taxis, and bus services. Review different Ground Transportation options before you travel to make your passage through EYW easy and convenient.



Along the drive, the further you get from the mainland the sooner your troubles will become distant memories. You'll cross 42 bridges on your journey that slope above the calm blue green waters of the Florida Bay, Gulf of Mexico, and Atlantic Ocean. The longest, Seven Mile Bridge, gives drivers the truest sense that they are heading out to sea. Key West is the westernmost island among the Florida Keys that is drive-able, and US Route 1 is one of the most scenic roads in North America.

Driving Directions


There's no more fitting way to travel to Key West than via boat! Leave your vehicle behind and take the Key West Express ferry that departs daily from Ft. Myers Beach and Marco Island. Light fare is available from the on-board full service bar. Start your vacation the right away and let Paradise Porters deliver your bags directly to us!


The ferry terminal is located in the Historic Seaport at 100 Grinnell Street, which is just an 8 minute walk away. Purchase your tickets here.

Key West Express


329 Elizabeth Street, Key West, FL 33040  |  Tel: 305-296-5368

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