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This Hotel, attached to the 1920s L&N railroad station is a delightful trip back in time. While the hotel is fairly modern, the train station and CAVU bar are the real attractions! Behold the delights of 1932 while some guest plays an impromptu song on...More
This was a decent hotel for the price. The location is good. The room was nice, but the bathroom was a little beat up. Lots of interesting antiques in the lobby. Nice view of the water from my room. The trains are very loud though...More
The front of the building is an old railway station behind which a new hotel complex was built. So you enter a historic building and sleep in a more or less modern hotel. Located between main roads some rooms might be noisy. Unfortunately we didn’t...More
We stayed at this hotel because of its proximity to the P-Cola Bay Center. We went to a concert and didn't want to make the 2 hour drive home afterwards. The hotel is older, but the rooms appear to have been remodeled recently. There's a...More
We like historic old hotels. The lobby of Hotel is the original Pensacola Train Station. The hotel is newer. We loved the lobby. Hotel has a great bar. All employees were great. Hotel has a shuttle bus that will take you down town and will...More
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The hotel van took me to a downtown area. I do not know the name, but they had a big binder of places to go eat. I choose the Tin Cow. It was good. The van drove me there and when I called, they returned the ride. I was... More
The hotel van took me to a downtown area. I do not know the name, but they had a big binder of places to go eat. I choose the Tin Cow. It was good. The van drove me there and when I called, they returned the ride. I was alone and walked around a couple of blocks with no problem.