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January 15, 2020
Happy New Year from Caribbean House 

What did the little champagne bottle call his father? Pop!
What is a good New Year's resolution? One that goes in one year and out the other.
Another good resolution? To be more optimistic by keeping my cup half: full with either rum, vodka or whiskey.

Okay, okay – the jokes are bad but the laughter and smiles are abundant down here in Key West: we always have something to smile about and the weather keeps us in a good mood!. Caribbean House kicked off 2020 in style: we're ready for a very busy winter and spring ahead and hope you'll share it with us!

We've got a new neighbor on Petronia Street: Bad Boy Burrito relocated from their take out window on Simonton to a full fledged restaurant just up the block, between Whitehead and Thomas. They're open breakfast, lunch and dinner, and, while they don't offer delicious free mimosas like we do, they're a nice addition and we're happy they're here. Keep your eyes open for more info – we're working with them on some special offerings just for Caribbean House guests. We're always considering new ways to provide you with special value and keep you staying with us!

If you've kept up with our Facebook and Instagram pages, you've seen that we're celebrating National Days this month by pointing out the national day and sharing something Key West and Caribbean House have in common. Tweety, our breakfast nook bird, was celebrated on National Dress Up Your Pet Day, the Key West Police Department thanked on National Law Enforcement Day and Key West's "Skip the Straw" campaign highlighted on National Drinking Straw Day. We've still got two weeks left in the month, so more National Days will be featured! There are plenty of fun connections to be made, so be sure to like and follow us on social media!

With the coldest of winter days ahead, it's crunch time to plan for your getaway – reserve any 3 mid-week nights in March and April and receive $10 off/night (based upon availability). Reach out to Mari & Karin at 877-296-0999 or book directly right here! And if you've already booked, message Southernmost Guest Services at 305-767-3081 to schedule your transportation, activities and good times for the visit ahead!

Our 2020 wish is for good health, good company and good experiences for each of us – we hope your 2020 adventure includes Caribbean House!

Sending the best from Key West,
Your friends at Caribbean House

www.facebook.com/caribbeanhousekw
www.instagram.com/caribbeanhousekw
#caribbeanhousekeywest
#caribbeanhousekw


Image may be subject to copyright
New Year Picture

January 15, 2020
Happy New Year from Caribbean House 

What did the little champagne bottle call his father? Pop!
What is a good New Year's resolution? One that goes in one year and out the other.
Another good resolution? To be more optimistic by keeping my cup half: full with either rum, vodka or whiskey.

Okay, okay – the jokes are bad but the laughter and smiles are abundant down here in Key West: we always have something to smile about and the weather keeps us in a good mood!. Caribbean House kicked off 2020 in style: we're ready for a very busy winter and spring ahead and hope you'll share it with us!

We've got a new neighbor on Petronia Street: Bad Boy Burrito relocated from their take out window on Simonton to a full fledged restaurant just up the block, between Whitehead and Thomas. They're open breakfast, lunch and dinner, and, while they don't offer delicious free mimosas like we do, they're a nice addition and we're happy they're here. Keep your eyes open for more info – we're working with them on some special offerings just for Caribbean House guests. We're always considering new ways to provide you with special value and keep you staying with us!

If you've kept up with our Facebook and Instagram pages, you've seen that we're celebrating National Days this month by pointing out the national day and sharing something Key West and Caribbean House have in common. Tweety, our breakfast nook bird, was celebrated on National Dress Up Your Pet Day, the Key West Police Department thanked on National Law Enforcement Day and Key West's "Skip the Straw" campaign highlighted on National Drinking Straw Day. We've still got two weeks left in the month, so more National Days will be featured! There are plenty of fun connections to be made, so be sure to like and follow us on social media!

With the coldest of winter days ahead, it's crunch time to plan for your getaway – reserve any 3 mid-week nights in March and April and receive $10 off/night (based upon availability). Reach out to Mari & Karin at 877-296-0999 or book directly right here! And if you've already booked, message Southernmost Guest Services at 305-767-3081 to schedule your transportation, activities and good times for the visit ahead!

Our 2020 wish is for good health, good company and good experiences for each of us – we hope your 2020 adventure includes Caribbean House!

Sending the best from Key West,
Your friends at Caribbean House

www.facebook.com/caribbeanhousekw
www.instagram.com/caribbeanhousekw
#caribbeanhousekeywest
#caribbeanhousekw


Image may be subject to copyright
New Year Picture

January 15, 2020
Happy New Year from Caribbean House 

What did the little champagne bottle call his father? Pop!
What is a good New Year's resolution? One that goes in one year and out the other.
Another good resolution? To be more optimistic by keeping my cup half: full with either rum, vodka or whiskey.

Okay, okay – the jokes are bad but the laughter and smiles are abundant down here in Key West: we always have something to smile about and the weather keeps us in a good mood!. Caribbean House kicked off 2020 in style: we're ready for a very busy winter and spring ahead and hope you'll share it with us!

We've got a new neighbor on Petronia Street: Bad Boy Burrito relocated from their take out window on Simonton to a full fledged restaurant just up the block, between Whitehead and Thomas. They're open breakfast, lunch and dinner, and, while they don't offer delicious free mimosas like we do, they're a nice addition and we're happy they're here. Keep your eyes open for more info – we're working with them on some special offerings just for Caribbean House guests. We're always considering new ways to provide you with special value and keep you staying with us!

If you've kept up with our Facebook and Instagram pages, you've seen that we're celebrating National Days this month by pointing out the national day and sharing something Key West and Caribbean House have in common. Tweety, our breakfast nook bird, was celebrated on National Dress Up Your Pet Day, the Key West Police Department thanked on National Law Enforcement Day and Key West's "Skip the Straw" campaign highlighted on National Drinking Straw Day. We've still got two weeks left in the month, so more National Days will be featured! There are plenty of fun connections to be made, so be sure to like and follow us on social media!

With the coldest of winter days ahead, it's crunch time to plan for your getaway – reserve any 3 mid-week nights in March and April and receive $10 off/night (based upon availability). Reach out to Mari & Karin at 877-296-0999 or book directly right here! And if you've already booked, message Southernmost Guest Services at 305-767-3081 to schedule your transportation, activities and good times for the visit ahead!

Our 2020 wish is for good health, good company and good experiences for each of us – we hope your 2020 adventure includes Caribbean House!

Sending the best from Key West,
Your friends at Caribbean House

www.facebook.com/caribbeanhousekw
www.instagram.com/caribbeanhousekw
#caribbeanhousekeywest
#caribbeanhousekw


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Christmas Bike

December 
Holiday Excitement at Caribbean House!

The ho ho holidays are off to a big start down here in Key West and we hope you are having as much fun as we are getting geared up for Christmas and New Year's!

Few towns are as parade friendly as Key West – it doesn't take much to get us to dress up and prance down the street! We kicked off the month with the Wesley House 10th Annual Lighted Bike Parade last Wednesday. Wesley House Family Services supports the safety, well-being and education of children and families by managing the child welfare system in the Florida Keys. Monroe County's adoption, foster care and family services are managed by this remarkable organization and we were pleased to support them with holiday gift donations and illuminated riders! Click HERE to view video of the parade on our Facebook page!

And if one parade is good, two would be better, right? The second parade for the week was the Hometown Holiday Parade that took over Truman and Duval on Saturday night. The Sherriff's Farm, Key West High Marching Band, Boys & Girls Club, MARC House and more brought candy and cheers to all the good girls and boys in town – even the naughty kids got to enjoy the holiday spirit! We really enjoy seeing the SPCA group and all the eligible dogs and cats ready for their forever homes – we know 2020 will be an especially good year for them! The Miata Club always makes a great showing and it's fun to see these tiny roadsters decorated for the holidays! Next Saturday brings the 6th Annual Parade of Paws and the Lighted Boat Parade – be sure to take a look at our Facebook page for photos and details on coming out to support our favorite boat, the Abbey Joy!

We've got some nice deals available for remaining dates in January and February – if you don't have your next visit planned, give Mari & Jennifer a call at 877-296-0999 or book directly right here! And if you are already booked, reach out to Abbey at Southernmost Guest Services to schedule your transportation, activities and good times for your visit ahead!

Sending the best from Key West,
Your friends at Caribbean House

www.facebook.com/caribbeanhousekw
www.instagram.com/caribbeanhousekw
#caribbeanhousekeywest
#caribbeanhousekw
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Caribbean House signage, Mari in streetside cutout and Goombay parade dancer.

November 15, 2019
Welcome to the Caribbean House Blog!

Welcome to our blog, everyone! We're so excited to share everything that's happening down here in Key West and hope to keep you informed until your next visit!

October was a very busy month: the Goombay Fest is our favorite event, as it takes place right here on Petronia Street and kicks off our season. Locals and guests alike stopped by to take photos in our street side cut-outs and enjoy a cocktail. Our friend, Janet, from Angelina House had beautiful air plants in painted shells for sale and we chatted with folks from around the world. Fantasy Fest kicked off at the end of Goombay, so we enjoyed a week of costumes, wigs and make up!

The beginning of November ushered in lovely fall weather – temps in the 70s with cool, breezy evenings, all the better to enjoy our new and improved breakfast nook! We're in love with our new Tiny Tiki Bar and bigger, better breakfast selection of egg sandwiches, waffles, turkey bacon and new coffee. Such good coffee! Add in the free mimosa and your morning couldn't be off to a better start!

We've also partnered with Southernmost Guest Services to help manage your activities, dining and transportation while in town. You'll find Abbey stopping by during breakfast to assist with anything you need during your stay: looking for the best happy hour or a perfect sunset cruise? Would you like to go to the Dry Tortugas or try the best key lime martini in town? She can make it happen! Need airport transportation or want to schedule everything in advance? Call, text or WhatsApp anytime at 305-767-3081 or abbey@southernmostguestservices.com.

The season ahead will be our best one yet and we look forward to you being a part of it! Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram, and reach out to us for your next reservation at 877-296-0999 or CLICK HERE to check availability.

Sending the best from Key West,
Your friends at Caribbean House

www.facebook.com/caribbeanhousekw
www.instagram.com/caribbeanhousekw
#caribbeanhousekeywest
#caribbeanhousekw