Best Western Hotels in Tallahassee, FL
Your trip to Tallahassee can be made easier and more convenient with a stay at either of two Best Western hotels in the Florida state capital, which you can find and book in the Hotels-Rates.com database.
Best Western Plus Tallahassee North Hotel at 2727 Graves Road is located at the Interstate 10 and U.S. 27 (North Monroe Street) interchange. Rates start at $119. This Best Western is a convenient stopover for travelers headed to Disney World in Orlando, Florida, or to points north from South Florida. It is also 15 minutes from Downtown Tallahassee via N. Monroe Street if you're here for state government business or a leisure visit, or 12 minutes to Florida State University and Florida A&M University.
Best Western Tallahassee-Downtown Inn & Suites at 2016 Apalachee Parkway is just off of U.S. 27 East and FL 20, where it's 4 minutes from the heart of Downtown Tallahassee and 12 minutes from Florida State University and Florida A&M University. Rates start at $129 for this Best Western with recently renovated rooms. In addition to the convenience of proximity to Downtown's unique dining, museums, historic sites, live music and parks, this Best Western is surrounded by family dining and shopping options, including Governor's Square Mall less than half a mile away. It is also adjacent to Governor's Park, a 209-acre urban park with shared-use trails and open spaces.
Whether you enjoy a room or suite from Best Western, you can count on high-speed internet access, coffee maker, microwave, refrigerator, and complimentary coffee and tea in your room. The front desk is staffed 24/7, and BW hotels offer a free hot breakfast, along with fitness centers, business centers and meeting facilities.
Many visitors to Tallahassee visit the Capitol Complex, where a 22nd-floor observatory/art gallery at the top of the new Capitol offer a panoramic view of the city, and next door, Florida's Historic Capitol has been restored to its 1902 appearance with stained glass dome and candy-striped awnings, which presents exhibits about Florida's political history.
In addition to being the seat of Florida state government, Florida State University and Florida A&M University make Tallahassee a lively college town, too. In addition to game day with the FSU Seminoles or A&M Rattlers, there are plenty of entertainment options if you have time to enjoy them during your stay in Tallahassee.
Many FSU students, as well as others, are drawn to the College Town district next to campus, where new condos, restaurants, bars and retail shops have sprung from recent redevelopment of the area.
Tallahassee's Railroad Square Arts District south of FSU at McDonnell Street is home to more than 50 studios, galleries and small shops, a café and gardens as well as the "First Friday Gallery Hop" each month.
The city has preserved a part of its heritage along a 10-block Park Avenue Historic Chain of Parks surrounded by gracious old homes and bars and restaurants that attract state leaders, students and everyone in between. On Saturdays from March to November, the Tallahassee Downtown Market, a farmers' market and street fair, springs to life along Park Avenue.
To use your entertainment budget well while staying in Tallahassee, check the calendars of the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center, a 12,500-seat arena that hosts nationally touring concerts, monster trucks, rodeos, the circus and other family shows when not presenting FSU basketball, and Capital City Amphitheater at Cascades Park. Capital City Amphitheater presents concerts, plays and other community events at an outdoor venue with more than 1,500 permanent seats and a lawn providing festival seating for more than 2,000.
The amphitheater is the signature amenity of Cascades Park, the recently renovated member of the National Register of Historic Places that also has a family-oriented playscape, habitat gardens, 2.3 miles of trails and monuments that pay tribute to a history that spans four centuries. The literal centerpiece of the 24-acre park is Meridian Plaza, where a marker designates the spot from which all surveys in Florida are calculated.
And to truly experience Downtown Tallahassee, consider the T, Tallahassee's free downtown trolley. Its three routes encompass the Cascades Park, Midtown and College Town areas as well as downtown to provide easy and enjoyable rides to hundreds of restaurants, shops, museums and other stops.
When you know your final stop for the day is a Best Western hotel room or suite, you can rest easy on a visit to Tallahassee. Schedule yours through Hotels-Rates.com today.