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Think Key West and most people picture Old Town: the lively restaurants and shops on Duval Street, sunset celebrations on Mallory Square and the iconic red and white marker denoting the southernmost point in the U.S. But for locals, the biggest excitement in Key West is the activity in New Town. Key West has long been known as a hive for creativity, with famous residents from painter Winslow Homer to writer Ernest Hemingway. So it’s only fitting that The Gates Hotel, Key West—the newest property on this burgeoning northwest corner of the island—turned to a contemporary cast of artists, authors, chefs, and even a rum distiller to deliver a new Key West experience that is every bit as authentic as the one most people know and love.

Source: Key Ingredients – Orlando Magazine – August 2015 – Orlando, FL
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