My hubby and I went to Orlando for a concert and decided to stay at this boutique-style hotel. We really liked it, the rooms are small as are the bathroom, but there was a really nice balcony overlooking the old oak trees. The balconies are shared, but separated by a large curtain. The hotel staff was great, very friendly and personable and you can feel the history of the place as soon as you arrive. It's adjacent to Lake Eola, so the atmosphere is really nice and there are many great restaurants and bars within a couple of blocks of the hotel. The major drawback for this hotel is the population of homeless people and vagrants. Someone shattered the passenger window of my car with a brick-sized rock while it was parked in the hotel parking lot, which cost me a few hundred dollars to repair. It was an expensive concert!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Eõ Inn has 17 smartly decorated rooms each with its own private bath. All rooms offer a queen size bed or a king size bed. Our newest room, The Summerlin, offers two queen size beds. The balcony rooms have a quaint covered patio perfect for relaxing outside. Views of downtown and Lake Eola Park are available. There is a 24 hour innkeeper available on site or just a phone call away. Other amenities include free wireless Internet, parking, voice mail, robes, iron/ironing board, hairdryers and cable tv with HBO. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Eo Hotel Orlando
- Eo Inn Orlando, Florida