The Hampton Inn in Key West was very nice for my business trip—it had the perfect mix of amenities needed by business travelers and things to help them unwind from their busy days.
The rooms were pretty standard for Hampton Inns, with two double beds that were clean, with the typical armoire, closet, and bathroom setup. The wireless Internet access that came free in every room was definitely a plus for me to make doing my travel work easier.
The hotel layout was in two wings with two floors on each wing. Each entry was from the balcony that overlooked either the Gulf side of Key West or the not-so-scenic parking lot. The outdoor pool was nestled in the middle of the two wings and had a very nice deck area that overlooked both the Gulf and the beautiful Key West sunsets.
The complimentary breakfast was very nice, serving a variety of hot and cold items. The poolside bar area also served drinks and lighter fare throughout the day. Come 5pm, the pool area was always very busy as the tourists came back to the hotel from their day of sightseeing.
The concierge was very nice and helpful to me during check-in and my stay. I had several business packages shipped to me during my stay, and they always informed me promptly upon arrival. Check-in and check-out were very painless.
The rate of this hotel was pretty standard for Key West around this time of year (about $129/night).