This hotel had private rooms and bathrooms like a typical B&B, but inside the rooms had the feel of a hotel. Our room was located at the top of the back stairway leading to a beautiful pool deck. The morning breakfasts had many delicious options (hard boiled eggs, pastries, cereal, local bagels, fruit, OJ). The staff was SO nice, especially Ms Barbara, who was singing a little tune as she walked and so sweet to everyone.
You could definitely tell that many of the historic features remained (antique stairways, doors, and wood), but much of the room was updated to accommodate a modern bathroom, etc. It was located on the east end of Duval St, and we had no problem walking everywhere (southern most point & eastern sunrises, Duval St. and Mallory Square sunsets, bars & restaurants). One thing to note, although there was no iron in the room, we were able to borrow the iron & board for the weekend from the front desk. Also, don’t try to walk to Ft. Zachary Beach… wow, was that farther than expected due to the strange location of the entrance!! I almost missed the wedding we were there for!By: Rebecca Marvin December 14, 2015
3 / 5 stars