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February 7, 2006
From journal Galleon
by Dream Catcher Darlin
February 28, 2003
The welcoming drink/appetizer buffet was quite wonderful and there were a couple of very nice lunches provided for those who wished to participate at extremely low prices ($5) especially considering Key West dining prices! Tho' housekeeping left a little to be desired, the resort is beautiful. The regular 1 and 2 bedroom units are wonderful and have great views, of course! Our little studio had no view (trash cans) so I wouldn't recommend one for anyone wishing to spend much time in their room.
There are conveniently located grills for those wishing to bbq their own dinner and a nice fish cleaning area with very accomodating 'munchers' to eat up the discarded portions swimming below.
From journal Birthday Celebration in New Orleans
August 19, 2006
From journal Key West with the Whole Family 2006
Saint John, New Brunswick
October 9, 2003
From journal Canuck in Key West
December 19, 2002
There was a side by side refrigerator and nice size kitchen, although the microwave did nothing but spark--thankfully we do not cook.
The reception from the staff was great and they would go out of their way to make sure you were having the best possible time. It could not have been more enjoyable.
From journal Baptism by Fire in Key West
Buffalo, New York
December 16, 2002
From journal Party Time in Key West
June 26, 2004
The service is exemplary, especially from the folks in the ownership department... they really took care of us and catered to our needs.
This place is the bomb. We loved it! My sister and her (now) husband own a timeshare here and visit every year. It is their personal vacation spot. The activities are plenty and fun... snorkeling, boating, sunset cruises, parasailing, or just hanging at the pool. The Galleon is a spectacular place to stay to enhance your Key West experience. These accommodations get a big thumbs up from our family!
From journal Key West Sunsets
by GA Peach
June 25, 2002
From journal Fun in the Sun
October 4, 2005
There are plenty of wonderful places to eat on the island, lots of tours available, and so much history. Mel Fischer's Museum is worth the visit. The Conch Train tour was very good—a 90-minute narrated tour. Parking was a nightmare—the area below one of the buildings was being used for construction materials and workers who were repairing the docks and decks after Hurricane Rita went through a few days before. The places where parking was available were VERY tight. We had to back up three or four times to get in a space and then had to squeeze out of a barely open door.
From journal Key West is Something Else!!
November 8, 2000
After the first morning, my coffee and newspaper arrived almost before I could pull my chair up to the table. The staff is friendly and more than helpful with information and recommendations. The hotel sports a fresh water pool, cable TV, FREE use of snorkeling equipment, direct dial phones and AC. The least expensive rooms share a bath so you might want to spend the extra $10 so you won't have to do that. The only drawback I could find about the place is that as most places on the hills of St. Thomas, you have a few sets of stairs to climb to reach the hotel. On the plus side, the higher you go, the better vantage point for your view of the island.
From journal St. Thomas, USVI - America's Paradise