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All reviewsbed and breakfasthotel is beautifulour honeymoonbridal suiteantique furnitureeuropean breakfasttile workswan roombeautiful chandeliersshort drivebreakfast was deliciousjacuzzi tubgulf shoresevery morningcommon areasnext morningstaff was very friendly and helpful
I cannot thank Miss Mary and her wonderful staff enough for their help accomodating our guests and wedding event. My daughter stated years ago after a previous stay that she wanted to be married at this hotel and this past weekend, her dreams came true....More
We stayed for 2 nights in May while attending the Balloon Fest in Foley. The location of the Magnolia was perfect for the fest, shopping, restaurants and beaches. The house was just beautiful, with all the amenities as well as history, antiques, and charm. It...More
This grand hotel did not disappoint. Beautiful chandeliers hung everywhere including our room Mirror Mirror. All of the staff were friendly and gracious. The European breakfast was very abundant with choices. We loved all the sitting areas of parlors and porches. Our room was big...More
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Response from Mary Y, Manager at The Hotel MagnoliaResponded 16 April 2018
Thank you for choosing the Hotel Magnolia. So glad you enjoyed your stay. Please come back soon.
This bed & breakfast is clean and beautifully decorated. Staff is friendly and helpful. Breakfast is quiet and has plenty of seating room. Would recommend to anyone but maybe not good for small kids as there are a lot of antiques and breakable items. Bathrooms...More
Small, quiet hotel with immaculate rooms, friendly staff, great beds, linens and pillows.
If you want to nit-pick, the tv in my room was only a 13" tv with somewhat limited channels, but it didn't bother me, as I wasn't there to watch tv anyway....More
No Kastrups was further south on 59. The Hotel Magnolia has always been called the Hotel Magnolia. It was built in 1908 by John Burton Foley. Guests came from Chicago stayed here when they came to purchase land here... More
No Kastrups was further south on 59. The Hotel Magnolia has always been called the Hotel Magnolia. It was built in 1908 by John Burton Foley. Guests came from Chicago stayed here when they came to purchase land here.
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