I checked in about 11pm so all was quiet. The room was clean and comfortable. I was disappointed that the pool was closed for the next 3 months. I did not try breakfast, so I don't know what they served. No information about the hotel services or the local area were in the room.
Staff was friendly and helpful with where to eat nearby. We stayed one night for the swamp cabbage festival. The bed was uncomfortable, the hotel is old but not in the charming historic way, more in the creepy there's no lights, horror movie kind of way. The bed was uncomfortable, the bottom of the bathroom door was rusted out from years of being wet, the tub had chips out of the finish. The sheets had stains. Honestly, I'd say the whole room has noticeably been well used and desperately needs a remodel. All that being said the kicker was that I was awoken by a bug running across my neck at 2 AM...the next morning as we were walking out the door to check out. Myboyfriend abruptly removes his shoe and out jumps a GIANT palmeto bug jumps out! Never again!
No bar, no smoking because its a drug and rehab center for men that wander around all day I didn't feel safe with my family there.I dont know who thought it was a good idea to combine a drug rehab with a hotel.
We had to spend the night in LaBelle to continue our trip the next day. Booked this hotel through Expedia and it was a great deal as I had some points so I ended up paying $36. Total value was around $104. When we got there, we saw a group of men playing volley ball and some of them were at the pool. Inside the hotel we also saw more men. It was kind of awkward and I supposed that maybe there were workers working in a project near by. So, we checked in, got our rooms. My husband and I checked the room, it was old, some scratch patches on the wall, the room seemed clean but it had a strong smell, same as the bathroom. We all went for dinner and when we came back, one of our friends asked if they had a bar open. The woman at the front desk looked at him with a shocked look and told him that they are not allowed to have alcohol in the premises because they do a rehab program in the hotel!!!!...so all those men we thought they were workers, they were actually part of a rehab program. We were confused and mad at the same time. I don't think it is appropriate to have this type of group in a hotel, and if they want to host this type of programs, at least they should disclose it on their listing. We didn't feel safe and now I understand the weird look some of these people gave to us. I couldn't sleep at all.…
Old and tired, creepy, few/very basic facilities, large numbers of recovering drink/drug addicts walking the premises. Front desk staff friendly and helpful, and praise be they're doing the Lord's work with the Christian rehab stuff, but for me it's an odd combination to be running side by side with a commercial hotel. Thankfully only a one-night stay (though couldn't have faced a second). On the plus side, good views of surrounding countryside. But nowhere near enough redeeming features for me.