The beds were comfortable, I like the breakfast offered, and the staff was enjoyable. Our AC didn’t seem to be working up to speed, although we weren’t uncomfortable, it felt a bit stuffy in our room the two days we were there.
The downtown location is the key selling point. The hotel itself though historic, the rooms are a bit dated and could us renovation. Loved the bar and restaurant.
Only 2 negative things. 1. The down stairs people were yelling at eachother at 3 in the morning 2 nights of our stay. 2. The down stairs people were smoking alot of weed and made out entire unit smell like week. Other then that host was great, house was clean, fairly stocked with dishes, the bed ...
If Lakeland Center is high on your itinerary, you'll probably want to know some more about it.
While you might not have heard of Lakeland, the place in which it is located, you're probably familiar with the state capital, Tallahassee, 220 miles away.
If you're thinking about staying someplace close by, you'll find upwards of 5 lodging options within 2 miles of Lakeland Center. Only 0.6 miles away is The Terrace Hotel. The Hyatt Place Lakeland Center and the Relax Inn Lakeland, 0.1 miles and 2 miles away, are also worth checking out.
If you're like the vast majority of us, the splitting up of your budget is going to be a significant consideration. There are a couple of lower-priced hotels here that will certainly come in handy. Why not embark on a leisurely stroll over to the Americas Best Inn & Suites, which is 1 mile away, or the Best Motel Lakeland, which is 1 mile away?
Want to start your day with a coffee boost? Tropical Smoothie Cafe (225 Florida Avenue South Suite 1, Lakeland) sells rich coffee and sweet treats to fatigued sightseers and savvy locals. To relax after a long day, have a few drinks at Lakeland Loft (108 South Tennessee Avenue, Lakeland).
If you would like to get to Lakeland Center quickly and easily, take the train. It's an easy walk of 0.8 miles from the nearest stop, Lakeland.