The Historic Redland Hotel
First-class service amid old world charm
Just outside the Everglades National Park sits a turn of the century landmark that offers travelers a rare combination of modern convenience and a glimpse into the past of Old Florida.
The historic Redland Hotel, originally built in 1904, is a south Florida treasure beloved by residents and visitors alike. Whether on your way to the Florida Keys, or desiring an off the beaten path place to stay that’s just 30 miles south of Miami, you’ll find plenty of away from home comforts and local charm in this beautiful, family-friendly hotel.
Rebuilt and renovated a number of times over the years, this turn of the century boarding house has retained its historic roots. The Redland Hotel in Homestead, Florida boasts a number of firsts—it was the town’s first hotel, the first mercantile store, the first U.S. Post Office, the first library, and the first boarding house. With a vision of restoring its original charm and prominence in the community, The Redland Hotel was renovated again in 1997.
Public rooms, parlors, and a quaint pub are echoes of Redland Hotel’s past while cable, conference meeting rooms, and Wi-Fi Internet access meet the needs of today’s sophisticated traveler.
Clean, Quiet, Comfortable. Furnished with beautiful antiques of times gone by, the modernized guest rooms are non-smoking and all have private baths. Some rooms feature access to a rear private balcony perfect for dining or small gatherings. Guests may also reserve one of two outdoor patios frequently used for special functions and outdoor dining.
Convenient and Accessible. Conveniently located near a host of attractions, Redland Hotel is a terrific business and vacation destination. Nearby, visitors can tour the Everglades, take in the sights at beautiful Biscayne National Park, stop by Homestead-Miami Speedway, and even visit an alligator farm!
Visitors driving to The Redland Hotel from the north will travel along Florida’s Turnpike—also designated as State Road 9). The Florida Turnpike (portions toll) is a limited-access road that runs 312 miles, through 11 Florida counties.
The proprietors and staff of The Redland Hotel are committed to meeting the needs of their guests and go above and beyond to make visitors feel welcome and help them slow down and experience a bit of old world charm in the midst today’s fast paced schedules.
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