Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants is planting its flag in the Florida Keys.
Expected to open in early 2020, Kimpton Key West is actually a collection of five properties located in the historic district.
Owned and developed by KHP Capital Partners, Kimpton Key West will comprise 219 keys, and the company says no two rooms are the same.
The collection ranges from estate-like guesthouses to bungalows and original conch houses.
Key West’s carefree, unconventional vibe perfectly matches the Kimpton brand values, the company says.
“Key West is such a natural fit as a Kimpton destination, with its distinctive island style and vibrant local scene,” said Mike DeFrino, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants’ CEO.
“Key West is rich with the kind of history and welcoming culture that our guests value in their stay experiences.”
It will become Kimpton’s sixth Florida location.