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Loved the upper level so much, I hated to leave!! Absolutely no complaints. I wasn't to thrilled about the shared showers and bathrooms but when we got there we instantly fell in love and the rooftop shower was awesome!!! I would definitely stay here again....More
We used out GPS to find our hotel, not sure if we would have found it otherwise, it doesn't have curb appeal. There isn't an elevator so you need to lug your bags up narrow steep stairs. They are very friendly at this place, it...More
We arrived in WPB quite late and were great full we had pre booked a place to stay. When we arrived at the destination however there was nothing there. No sign, doorbell was just wires out of the wall. At the back of the building...More
I stayed here with my girlfriend. We were a little hesitant when we arrived. It's kind of a combination B&B, and apt rental spot. The entrance is on N Dixie Hwy, pretty busy. But once inside we realized we had discovered a gem. Felt like...More
First of all a compliment to the interior decorator this place beautiful.
The staff is very friendly and fun to talk to.
The price I payed is well worth it even if you don't have your own bathroom.
Definitely the highlight for me is the...More
Response from Lizbeth A | Property representative |
Yes…The Upper Level is situated on the 2nd floor of this 2 story, historic building.
No elevators, but there is 1 flight of stairs to go up.
Its not that bad, and we would gladly help you up and down at anytime.
Response from purrlions | Reviewed this property |
There are steps yes. The "main" steps are normal, but the back door steps are compact and not well lit. The back steps are the ones we ended up using the most because that's the door where they give you the alarm code. So... More
There are steps yes. The "main" steps are normal, but the back door steps are compact and not well lit. The back steps are the ones we ended up using the most because that's the door where they give you the alarm code. So you'll have to navigate steps in and out of the hotel. I don't remember there being an elevator. However, they were quick to help carry my luggage and despite my protests I didn't carry a single bag up or down steps.