Heron House Court

512 Simonton Street, Key West, FL 33040

(305) 296-4719



Heron House Court offers 14 comfortable rooms and two suites, each uniquely designed with the signature laidback island lifestyle of Key West in mind. The rooms feature handcrafted furniture, antiques, local artwork, and tropical fabrics that enhance the décor and give each space a sense of South Florida luxury. Guests can choose from Tropical Queen rooms with queen beds and private bathrooms, more spacious Tropical King rooms with king-size beds, or the ultimate luxury experience of the Tropical Suite with a private entrance and easy access to the pool. All rooms include modern amenities such as mini-fridges, flat-screen TVs, private porches or patios, and air conditioning for comfort.
Heron House Court offers a range of amenities and services to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay for guests. The hotel features an outdoor heated pool with a hot tub, perfect for lounging and relaxing, as well as a rooftop sundeck for soaking up the Florida sun. Guests can start each morning with a complimentary cold continental breakfast buffet and join the weekend happy hour for beer, wine, and cheese. The property also boasts exotic gardens with over 1,000 rare plants from around the world. Other amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, multilingual staff (German and English), private entrances with French doors, private baths, flat-screen TVs, mini-refrigerators, and air conditioning in each room. The hotel's concierge service can assist with dinner reservations, local excursions, special request items, organizing catered events and meetings, private boat charters, bicycle and moped rentals, watersports, and sunset sails.
Heron House Court, originally built around 1900 to house workers of Henry Flagler's famous Overseas Railway, retains much of its traditional charm while offering modern amenities. The property is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, recognizing its significance in Key West's history. The hotel's architecture and design reflect the island's unique blend of influences, with handcrafted furniture, antiques, local artwork, and tropical fabrics enhancing the décor and giving each room a sense of South Florida luxury.