A rare respite after a night in Ybor City.
Both tourists and local partiers can find Ybor City exhausting. So many bars, so many clubs, so many restaurants...so little time. For those who want a late night without a long trip back to their hotel, or who want to get an early start sightseeing in the morning, this is an ideal location. It also offers a charming atmosphere reminiscent of a traditional European lodging. This remarkable building was constructed in 1895 by the founder of Ybor City, Cuban patriot Vicente Martinez Ybor. It is situated in the heart of the district and has been transformed into a premier boutique hotel. Guest rooms and suites are furnished with accents such as canopied beds, and many have wrought-iron balconies. The opulent grand salon will make you feel as if you've traveled back to the peak of 19th-century luxury, while the brick and wood dining area brings to mind a cozy taverna.