Fodor's Expert Review Hotel Redland

5 S. Flagler Ave., Homestead, Florida, 33030, USA

Of downtown Homestead's smattering of mom-and-pop lodging options, this historic inn is by far the most desirable with its Victorian-style rooms done up in pastels and reproduction antique furniture. Upon opening in 1904, this was the town's first hotel, later becoming the first mercantile store, first post office, first library, and first boardinghouse. Each charming room has a different layout and furnishings, and some have access to a shared balcony. New owners have transformed the hotel's restaurant into a haven for Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch, with guitar music on weekends. There's free Wi-Fi throughout the property.

PROS

  • historic character
  • convenient to downtown and near antiques shops
  • free Wi-Fi

CONS

  • traffic noise
  • small rooms

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Historical
Intimate
Central
Casual Chic
$

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 305-246–1904 | 800-595–1904

HOTEL DETAILS

13 rooms
Rate Includes: No meals

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