Whether you’re looking for a budget-friendly and comfortable motel, a camping trip, or seek the bed & breakfast experience in a charming historic hotel, you will rest well in Warm Springs!
Hotel Warm Springs Bed & Breakfast
The historic Hotel Warm Springs operates as a delightful bed & breakfast inn. Since 1988, the hotel has been owned by talented hotelier Gerrie Thompson. She and her hospitality associates offer a full Southern-style breakfast feast, including her award-winning cheese grits. Built in 1907, the architectural history of the Hotel Warm Springs has been preserved but with modern conveniences added. The rooms are unique for your accommodation. Each room offers a private bath, cable television, and wi-fi connection. The rooms are furnished with antiques, heirlooms, and furniture from Eleanor Roosevelt’s Val-Kill Furniture in New York. There are suites available for families and corporate visitors. Romantics may want to stay in the Honeymoon Suite with its heart-shaped tub.
During the Roosevelt era, the hotel hosted such guests as the King and Queen of Spain, the Queen of Mexico, President Sergio Osmena of the Philippines, Bette Davis, FDR’s secret service men, the press, and a host of other import VIPs. The ice cream parlor, known as the Tuscawilla Soda Shop, was frequented by President Roosevelt himself.
Get away from it all – to those peaceful bygone days. Away from the modern pressures and urban tension – back to those “good old days” of yesteryear, when the pace was slower, life simpler and relaxing was a way of life, not a luxury. Let the stresses of a hurried life slip away in the country elegance and informality of Hotel Warm Springs.
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