Downtown Tallahassee Lodging

Downtown Tallahassee is a premier place in the city to rest your head, with a fantastic collection of luxury hotels located within the heart of the city.

The DoubleTree Hotel has been a staple on the Downtown skyline for many years. You’ll always be greeted with a smile and a delicious DoubleTree cookie. The Aloft Hotel features accommodations with an upscale modern twist. The WXYZ lounge located in the aLoft is a perfect spot to share drinks and good times with fellow travelers. The Four Points by Sheraton on Tennessee Street features great views of the city and the best poolside bar in town.

If boutique hotels are what you are seeking, look no further than Downtown. Hotel Duval features rooms that cater to your mood as a traveler. Make sure to stop by the Level 8 Lounge located on the Hotel Duval’s rooftop for an unparalleled skyline view. The Governor’s Inn is a historic boutique hotel that is a favorite of Florida’s political elite. Located on the Adams Street Commons, the Governor’s Inn has an ambience that is hard to find in Tallahassee — or anywhere else, for that matter.

For football weekends, the Residence Inn on Gaines Street is the closest you’ll get to the action. Located in the Gaines Street District, there are great shops and artist hangouts close by.


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Capitol Hill, Lodging

It wouldn't make much since for the city that houses the Governor of Florida to not have a lodging establishment aptly titled "Governors Inn." Located in the heart of downtown, the Governors Inn is centrally placed within a multitude of attractions and restaurants, making it a prime staying option for visitors to the Capitol city. 

The DoubleTree downtown is a great place to reccomend for incoming visitors to Tallahassee. There's no need for motorized transportation when staying at the DoubleTree- the highly-rated hotel is in walking distance to many alluring hotspots, such as the Kleman Plaza complex and the Old Historic Capitol Building. 

Governor's Walk, Lodging

If the aesthetically-pleasing architecture of the Four Points by Sheraton isn't enough to make you want to inquire about a temporary stay, then the amenities are sure to put your decision-making process into overdrive. Just got in from a flight and you're hungry but a bit too tired to travel for food? Head downstairs to the Juicy Blue Tapas Bar & Bistro for some great food in a cool atmosphere.

Elegant and chic are two words that immediately come to mind when the subject of Hotel Duval comes up. The epitome of progressive, urban downtown expansion is epitomized by Hotel Duval, whose illustrious and comforting suites make you want to set up shop as a permanent resident. Looking for a place to eat? Head downstairs to Shula's. Want to have a nice night out at a sophisticated and classy bar? Ride the elevator up to Level 8 Lounge and chill out.

If you're driving through downtown at night, it's hard to miss aLoft, a beautifully lit hotel with a unique design all unto its own. The inviting colors are merely a teaser as the inside will reveal a beautiful interior rife with vibrance. The intimate bar is class at its finest. The lounge is the perfect place to take in some Seminole football. Oh, and the suites are quite great as well. 

College Town, Lodging

The presumed favorite lodging destination for visitors looking to stay in close proximity to College Town, the Residence Inn Downtown is an all-purpose hotel complete with a conference room, full-service gym and lounge area. Situated on the corner of Gaines Street and Railroad Avenue, a walk across the street puts you right in the All Saints district, where the multitude of shops, restaurants, art showcases and live entertainment events are sure to keep you occupied.