Key West Hotels Reopen After Hurricane Irma

by Richard D'Ambrosio
Key West Hotels Reopen After Hurricane Irma

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A number of properties managed under The Keys Collection hotel brand have reopened in Key West.

Reopened hotels include The Gates Hotel Key West, 24° North Hotel, Hilton Garden Inn, and Fairfield Inn & Suites .

According to the company’s management firm, “all hotel on-property amenities are open and operational,” including: 24° North's Toasted Coconut restaurant and Starbucks, The Gates' Rum Row bar and food truck, The Blind Pig, Hilton Garden Inn's Garden Grille & Bar and Salty Lime pool bar, and Fairfield Inn & Suites' Barefoot Bar & Brew pool bar.

The Keys Collection also announced that a portion of the sales from new reservations will be donated to a dedicated relief fund managed through Save The Children. According to a company press release, 4 million children were left at risk following hurricane Irma, and the dedicated fund will focus on child care and education services.

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