The Homestead-Florida City area’s one hotel with character, it dates back to the early 1900s. Within walking distance to downtown Homestead’s restaurants and stores, it also has its own Whistle Stop Restaurant.
Its dozen rooms, renovated in 2004, each have a personality of their own that reflects the hotel’s historic nature. They are small, but outfitted with all the conveniences. Room 201 and 202 are adjoining for convenience to families. Some rooms open to a communal balcony. Rates are reasonable and include continental breakfast.
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- Onsite family dining
- Complimentary continental breakfast
- Walking distance to downtown Homestead
- Connecting Rooms
- Family Room 5+
- Free Breakfast
- Onsite Dining
We stayed at this hotel just one night, but really enjoyed it. It is a quaint little place with a homely feeling with really nice people running it. We had a spacious room with two queen bed and access to a small balcony. One loud group decided to celebrate on the balcony and was sort of disrupted our sleep, but stopped when we asked them to.
We had dinner at the restaurant and the food was not bad at all. Breakfast was included and it was sufficient.
The hotel was in a good location to explore Everglade National park.
If we come this way again, we will definitely stay here.
We really enjoyed our 2 days stay here. Hotel is a bit worn but it is part of the charm of an old hotel. We loved it and prices were good, we paid around 100$ per night.
Really nice breakfast that is served at your table and nice cocktails in the bar in the evening.
The only thing we didn’t like is the smell in the room, but that is all in almost all hotels, some kind of parfumé that they spray.