Solares: 1 Bedroom Monthly Vacation Rental Property in Key West FL Walk to Shops and Restaurants

Entrance to Unit

Solares: 1 Bedroom Monthly Vacation Rental Property in Key West FL Walk to Shops and Restaurants

Key West 1 bedroom vacation rental available monthly an affordable Old Town retreat perfect for couples : Solares

Vacation Apartment in Key West Florida

504 Elizabeth Street
How Many Bedrooms? 1 Bedroom • Sleeps 2
How Many Bathrooms? 1 Full Bathroom
Where Do We Sleep? Queen
How Much Living Space? 500 sqft.
Location Setting: Waterfront - Nearby
Beach Access: Near a Beach
Air Conditioning: Yes
Internet: Internet Access
Television: Television
Washer/Dryer: Yes
Map of Key West

Rates & Availability  
(Displayed in USD)

  • Rates From $67 to $186 per night
  • Rates From $469 to $1,302 per week
  • Rates From $2,010 to $5,567 per month
  • Minimum Stay: 30 Days

Availability details can be found on the Historic Hideaways website.

Book Direct through Historic Hideaways for maximum savings and service!

Availability Details

Season Nightly Weekly Monthly
Jun 01, 2023 - Jun 30, 2023
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$67 $469 $2,010
Jul 01, 2023 - Jul 31, 2023
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$67 $469 $2,010
Aug 01, 2023 - Aug 31, 2023
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$67 $469 $2,010
Sep 01, 2023 - Sep 30, 2023
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$67 $469 $2,010
Oct 01, 2023 - Oct 31, 2023
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$130 $910 $3,900
Nov 01, 2023 - Nov 30, 2023
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$84 $588 $2,520
Dec 01, 2023 - Dec 31, 2023
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$140 $980 $4,200
Jan 01, 2024 - Jan 31, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$173 $1,211 $5,190
Feb 01, 2024 - Feb 29, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$186 $1,302 $5,567
Mar 01, 2024 - Mar 31, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$173 $1,211 $5,190
Apr 01, 2024 - Apr 30, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$133 $931 $3,990
May 01, 2024 - May 31, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$106 $742 $3,180

Property Description

The art of island living is about making the most of limited space. This charming, one-bedroom apartment on the first floor does exactly that. It is located in the rear of an 1890s Victorian home on Solares Hill. This is the highest point in Key West. This tranquil Old Town retreat is a convenient base to experience the entertainment and culture America’s only Caribbean island is known for.
A white picket gate is located beside the house. From there, a landscaped walkway leads you to a private garden with exotic plants, a bench made of wrought iron, and a gas barbeque. Three steps further you will find yourself on the shaded porch with table & chairs. You're likely already thinking about grilling fresh catch and serving it alfresco with a chilled bottle of wine.
From the porch, French doors lead to the living room. A second set of French doors opens into the bedroom. The island's light and breezes are brought inside by the doors and large windows. The space has high ceilings and shined hardwood floors. Architectural details enhance the space's functionality and ambience. The living room features a large red couch with a deep seat, an area rug in the same color, antiques, and original art. The ceiling fan spins above, creating gentle air circulation. You can sit here to watch TV, a movie, or just chat with your friends. You will also find an armchair, a shelved cupboard, a bookcase and split unit A/C's. You can also access high-speed wireless internet and a DVD player. The old central A/C switch can still be used as a fan and circulating air conditioner. It doesn't cool, but it circulates the split A/C units, and aids in airflow in the kitchen and bathroom.
A well-equipped kitchen is located next to the living area. There is plenty of storage space above and below the living room, with some cabinets with wooden doors, others with glass and some with open shelves. One wall is the original pine. A wide window that looks out onto leafy trees provides a great spot for a comfortable dining area with a bench and a cushioned bench.
The full bathroom is located right next to the bedroom. The floor is a black-and white diamond-patterned tile, while the rest of the amenities are subtle white. The room has natural light and ventilation from a rectangular elevated window along one wall. Below it is glass shelving. The linen cabinet houses your bath towels and additional shelves. The washer/dryer closet is located next to the bath. Another closet has plenty of space for hanging clothes, and shelving to store folded items.
The queen bedroom has a wide window on one side and a glass door on the other. This opens onto the covered porch. The bed is extremely comfortable and has fluffy pillows and a ceiling fan. Interesting functional touches include a selection of books on the Keys and room darkening louvers.
Let's not forget about living space. You'll love to explore the beautiful, historic neighborhood that is just two blocks away from the library. There are also many other options: bars, tours, museums and shops, restaurants, bars, galleries, theatres and festivals, as well as shops and theatres. You can either park your car and walk everywhere, or rent a bicycle to explore the charming streets and lanes of Old Town. Perhaps you'll discover Ft. Taylor, have a picnic on the sandy beach, or climb eighty-eight stairs to get a bird's-eye view of the island from the Key West Lighthouse at Whitehead Street. You could also take a Conch Train Tour or a Historic Key West Walking Tour. You're sure to find the right place if you are interested in the arts. Here you will find music, movies and plays, galleries, lectures, artists-in-residence, and many other activities. The Historic Seaport and Harbor Walk are also within three blocks of the hotel. You can find tall historic ships along the Gulf of Mexico's wooden boardwalk. Or, you can take an all-day ferry excursion into the Dry Tortugas. There are many watersports available, including parasailing, diving, snorkeling, fishing, and jet ski. There are a dozen restaurants that offer varying degrees of informality around the harbor. Every evening, Mallory Square hosts a spectacular sunset celebration where locals and visitors gather to cheer as the sun sets below the horizon.
Historic Hideaways' Events page is a great place to find out what's happening every day. You can also find information about the current music scene, movies and plays, gallery openings and charitable events at's calendar section or in the printed publication Paradise which is available at various locations throughout the city every Thursday.

Activities and Special Interests

This property provides access to the following activities and special interests:

» Beach
» Biking
» Boating
» Canoeing
» Fishing
» Deep Sea Fishing
» Golfing
» Honeymoon
» Ocean
» Sailing
» Scuba Diving
» Surfing
» Fly Fishing
» Wind Surfing
» Hiking
» Kayaking

Featured Amenities

» Air Conditioning
» Television
» Grill
» Internet Access
» Washer/Dryer

Property Features

» Balcony
» Ceiling Fan(s)
» Coffee Maker
» Deck/Patio/Porch
» Dishes/Utensils
» Freezer
» Full Kitchen
» Microwave
» Oven
» Parking
» Refrigerator
» Stereo
» Towels/Linens


» DVD Player

Other Property Amenities

    Bed Size 1st/Master: Queen, Number of Baths: 1 Full, Square Footage, Est.: 500, Patio: Yes, Air Conditioned: Split Units, Beach Distance: Biking

  • solares (30 night minimum) key west florida
  • solares (30 night minimum) key west area
  • florida vacation places to rent
  • sleeps 2
  • 1 bedroom vacation rental
  • 1 bedroom home