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Lovely romantic hotel. Glorious breakfast and beach views. Staff were helpful and friendly.
Lunch and the everyday happy hour are great reasons to visit.
We also enjoyed the many attractions and restaurants Destin had to offer.
A real American beach resort with lots to do....More
My husband and I checked into HPI with a full planned itinerary... But after checking in, it really became a TRUE relaxation fest! The staff was awesome, the food AMAZING!!! The chef was so awesome and accommodating! We planned to go out to dinner, but...More
Staff were friendly and helpful. Dinner and Breakfast were excellent.
The rooms were well appointed, especially if you like quaint and romantic.
This is NOT a the Waldorf Astoria. It is a very quaint and comfortable B&B. Only stayed one night, but would be happy...More
What a fantastic location for an intimate couple's retreat. Directly on the sugar white beaches of Destin, Florida. Service and attitude that reminds one of the "old days". Everyone treats you as if you are their only concern. From the warm greetings upon check in,...More
Small property, intimate. The music and wine en suite when you arrive is welcoming and sets the tone for a charming visit. The condition of our rooms okay but not perfect as far as cleanliness--I expected better for the price. They also need to do...More
I believe the hotel has a few bad rooms. They are on the first floor holding the reception and restaurant. I think they are 101-103. They have a view of a chair and the gazebo used for happy hour. Best views are on the... More
I believe the hotel has a few bad rooms. They are on the first floor holding the reception and restaurant. I think they are 101-103. They have a view of a chair and the gazebo used for happy hour. Best views are on the 2nd floor of the building without the reception area.