Looking for unique Pensacola Hotels? If you are anything like me you like a little character in the place you choose to make your home away from home during the duration of your stay. I made a list of the best locally owned places to stay while visiting downtown Pensacola. All of the places I have picked were chosen for their unique charm, history, with a little luxury thrown into the mix! All the places are located in or around historic downtown Pensacola. if you are looking for places on Pensacola Beach check back soon as I will be adding those shortly!
Pensacola Victorian Bed & Breakfast: This is one of the many historical Pensacola hotels that are brimming with just the right amount of elegance and charm. The house itself is impressive and decorated with beautiful antiques. It features 4 themed luxurious rooms for rent and a quaint little cottage cafe on the grounds which is perfect for an impromptu lunch. Take your meal to go and have a picnic!
Noble Manor: This beautiful Victorian Tudor revival home is exactly what you would picture when you think of a cozy romantic getaway. The stately house was built in 1905 and is tucked away in the North Hills Historic section of town and is the perfect combination of seclusion and convenience. There are three upstairs rooms as well as a carriage house suite. The yard has picturesque gardens, a cute gazebo, and a pool and hot tub for relaxing. It is everything you would expect a bed and breakfast to be right down to the charming covered porch and friendly resident cat.
Lee House Boutique Hotel: While not exactly a bed and breakfast the Lee house is a historical locally owned hotel that overlooks the beautiful historic Pensacola Bay. It has inviting long wide porches perfect for relaxing and taking in the views of both the Bay and the lively activity of Seville Square. Just across the street from the parking area is a picturesque bayside park that's perfect for waterside picnics. At the farthest end of the parking area lies the charming Historic Pensacola Village.
Inside the Small Hotel are 9 intimate guest suites and cozy sitting areas perfect for evening conversation. The place is decorated with many historical artifacts which make you want to dive into the history of the house and city. The atmosphere is cozy and you can't beat the wonderful Southern hospitality!
New World Inn: This Pensacola hotel began as a box factory and was remodeled in 1983 as a combination hotel, banquet facility, and event space. The building itself is part of the rich history of Pensacola and is within easy walking distance to many downtown attractions. The rooms are decorated with authentic antiques and follow period specific historical themes. They are even named after prominent figures from Pensacola's past and info is provided if you want to find out about the particular historical figure your room is named for.
I hope you enjoyed my list of my favorite Pensacola hotels to stay at is downtown Pensacola. Each place is carefully chosen and is unique to the area while offering insight into Pensacola's rich history and heritage. Let me know what you think or if you stay in one of the above places by contacting me through my contact us section. I love to hear from my readers! I also invite you to keep exploring the many articles and info on my website by clicking the link below!
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