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Small, quiet hotel with immaculate rooms, friendly staff, great beds, linens and pillows.
If you want to nit-pick, the tv in my room was only a 13" tv with somewhat limited channels, but it didn't bother me, as I wasn't there to watch tv anyway....More
What a charming hotel. We were in room one. We have not stayed in such a historic hotel and didn’t know what to expect. The room was small but we settled in. The television was small but we laughed and got over it. The bed...More
This place is so gorgeous, the chandelier is incredible, and the staff is super friendly! Went to a beautiful wedding here a few years back. I can't wait to go back, keep up the great work. The rooms are very affordable as well.
We didn't plan a vacation here. We simply ended up here by chance while evacuating South Florida during hurricane Irma. Hotel rooms were hard to come by and we still can't figure out how we were lucky enough to find this beautiful place to call...More
Honestly, there's no way I could give this beautiful bed and breakfast anything less than 5 stars. But when I was searching for reviews I couldn't find out some information, so I'm writing this information here in case others are wondering as well. My Husband...More
No Kastrups was further south on 59. The Hotel Magnolia has always been called the Hotel Magnolia. It was built in 1908 by John Burton Foley. Guests came from Chicago stayed here when they came to purchase land here... More
No Kastrups was further south on 59. The Hotel Magnolia has always been called the Hotel Magnolia. It was built in 1908 by John Burton Foley. Guests came from Chicago stayed here when they came to purchase land here.
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"Didn't get to choose a room and it was beautiful!!!!"