Ensconce yourself within the ocean-inspired design of our rooms while looking out over the harbor and pools from your private balcony.
Q & A with Yunior Rodriguez, General Manager, The Marker Key West Harbor Resort
How long have you lived in Key West?
I’ve been in Key West for fourteen years.
I’ve been GM at the Marker for over a year.
What makes The Marker Key West Harbor Resort the best place to stay?
The location and service. We’ve got the best location ~ in the heart of Old Town by the Historic Seaport and Harborwalk and our team is exceptional.
Favorite place to eat and drink?
Nine One Five
Photo Credit: Nine One Five Facebook Page
Nine One Five is one of my favorite places to eat and drink! They are open seven days a week from 5:00 -11:00 pm. Tip: Make a reservation and book your table in advance. The address is “915” Duval Street, Key West!
Favorite thing to do on a day off?
Boating, beach walks, and spending time with my family!
Favorite place to watch the sunrise
From my house.
Favorite place to watch the sunset
Fort Zachary Taylor
Favorite place to listen to live music
El Meson De Pepe
Photo Credit: El Meson De Pepe
El Meson De Pepe is a family-owned restaurant offering Authentic Cuban island cuisine.
In addition to great food and drinks, you’ll want to stay for the music. There’s a live Latin band every night from 6 PM to 10 PM. Grab a mojito and dance the night away. Before or after Sunset, this is a great place to go.
El Meson De Pepe is located at 410 Wall St Mallory Square, Key West.
Best Key Lime Pie
Photo Credit: blueheavenkw and sarahrojohnson on Instagram
The best Key Lime pie is at Blue Heaven, located in Bahama Village at 729 Thomas Street, Key West.
Tips for First-Timers Visiting the Island
Enjoy the world-class restaurants and dining options.
Don’t rent a scooter if you don’t know how to ride it.
Enjoy the water, the island adventures, and the sunset experience.
Plan ahead to enjoy and experience the absolute best our island has to offer.
Must-See & Do
Seaplane to the Dry Tortugas
Photo credit: Key West Seaplane Adventures
70 miles west of Key West, Florida, lies one of North America's most inaccessible National Parks, the Dry Tortugas. There are only two ways to get there, and one of them is by Key West Seaplane Adventures. An unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime experience. Add it to your travel bucket list.
When visiting Key West, don’t forget to ____
Hydrate! Drink lots of water.
Key West is ____
An indigenous place. Very authentic. Very unique.
Now that you know where the locals go, including some of Yunior’s favorites, check them out on your next trip to Key West. #lovethemarker
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