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Location is great!
This remodeled 50's motel offered a modern luxurious decor and superior customer service. Complimentary happy hour and breakfast were just icing on the cake.
The location was great, close to restaurants and attractions. The week we stayed they had a parade go through town. It was lot of fun. Parking was a problem. Very limited. The lighting in the room was very dim, hard to see putting makeup on.
The location was great. Within walking distance to all nightlife. The bed was comfortable and the room was clean. The bathroom very small with only a shower that has seen it's day. Should be updated a bit more. No light in shower, so it's hard to see. We usually stay at The Grand, which is almost $30 cheaper than the Sole Inn. I'm not sure this is a $150 /night room.
Great location in downtown Pensacola, comfortable beds, simple breakfast that get you going
I liked the boutique feel and the fact that it was geared for younger individuals/ couples. The area was amazing with lots to do within walking distance. There was a Disgusting throw pillow covered in slobber stains and hair on the pillows on our bed. The shower was covered in mold in all the grout. Tilex with bleach would be highly recommended. The shower was a walk out and soaked the floor. No lights in the hallway/closet area so finding clothes was difficult without moving the entire suitcase to the bed and back. They offer a "happy hour" online that never happened because "there weren't enough guests" yet we couldn't even find a spot to park because there were so many guests. Breakfast was 2 kinds of bread to toast or a bagel with 2 cups of yogurt in a bowl with 2 apples in another bowl. There was juice and coffee too. In a world of free hot breakfast at most every hotel I guess I was thinking this boutique style might offer something a little more than just that so we went to bodacious brews for breakfast even though we had budgeted for free breakfast when pricing the room.