i come to St. Petersburg for business. I stay here because it is quiet, comfortable and close to everything. I like the fact that it has been an Inn for many years and looks like the old Inn that it always was but fresh and up to date. I can walk to the library, also charming and old, walk around the lake and walk down to the bay.
The staff is pleasant and the breakfast simple but more than adequate.
Whatever stress my trip incurs is disapated by the environment and I go home tranquilly with business done.
Staff was great. The room we had was small but comfortable with a ceiling fan and a very good AC. Also dog friendly. Food was great and not expensive. Only negative was the parking. Sometimes difficult to find a spot as many locals frequent the Tap room.
Traveller from Miami
Hollander Located right near the heart of scenic downtown St Petersburg the Hotel is just a short distance from St …More
The hotel is a relatively new cite and has caught our attention. This was the first stay and it was well appreciated. While not directly downtown, it provides a van to go and return. My full and uncompromisingly high rating for a very good stay in St. Pete.
"Nice centric hotel, steps from Downtown St. Pete."
Great location, great staff. It has a really good restaurant. It has no parking but it's across the street from a really affordable parking garage. Best location, it's my only option when staying in St. Pete.
Traveller from Kissimmee, FL
This historic waterfront hotel in St Petersburg’s commercial district is 2 blocks from the Museum of Fine Arts and the …More
I was able to take the trolly that included a city tour and history and go to the Dali Museum. It was an easy walk to he Museum of Fine Arts and the Chihuly, so I was able to visit all 3 with a limited amount of time before my airline flight. There are pleny of really nice restaurants nearby as well. Being on the water is also a bonus.
Many of St. Petersburg’s chief attractions are downtown, such as the Salvador Dali Museum. Jazz bars reside on Central Avenue. This major artery passes near Tropicana Field, home to the Rays, Tampa’s Major League franchise. The popular St. Pete Pier entertainment and shopping complex includes an aquarium and fishing dock. Don’t miss the 50,000 plant and flower species at the Sunken Gardens.