Fort Conde Inn3.5 out of 5.0
Fort Conde Inn3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The Fort Conde Inn is a group of rooms (and soon to be restaurant) in an historic but seemingly private part of Mobile. The rooms (main house where I stayed) were beautifully appointed and comfortable. You can sit out on the porch and the streets are lit with gas lamps. Parking is free. Breakfast is cooked to order in the morning and is included. It was delicious. I highly recommend this inn and would stay here again.
Husband and I stayed in one of the carriage rooms. Lovely room with plenty of amenities. Clean, comfortable, and charming. We were served a gourmet breakfast of fresh fruit, homemade biscuits and blueberry muffins, seafood benedict and roasted potatoes on the patio area. Located on a cul-de-sac of brick paver roads and 19th century buildings, this is a truly charming B&B within walking distance of downtown Mobile.
This was our first B&B to visit. Overall, we were very pleased with our experience. Parking is very easy (and free!). The buildings are beautiful and well kept. We stayed in the Antunez building in a king suite upstairs (yes, you carry luggage up one flight of stairs ). The sofa in the sitting room was clean and comfy. Bed was so comfy and sheets were great. Bathroom had jetted tub and amazing towels. Inn is easily walking distance to cruise terminal, Exploreum, Ft Conde, Conde-Charlotte Museum, GulfQuest, Mardi Gras Park and several restaurants including The Royal Scam. My only complaints: 1- Rooms need bath robes! 2- Thermostat is outside room door and is on a timer. We had to keep turning it down (sort of a pain during the night) 3- Check in was not very smooth. I mentioned a suite special I saw online and the girl (checking us in) had no idea of the special. Hotel only has 2 specials in which you can learn by a quick look on web page. The check in time could have been a great opportunity to welcome us to Mobile, offer restaurant/attraction recommendations, tell us the history of the B&B/buildings, etc. 4- While breakfast was so delicious and the Chef was so kind, I wish the breakfast hours were extended. 9:00AM is way to early to end breakfast. Overall, we really enjoyed our stay!
Beautifully restored building and nice room with modern appliances and plumbing. Bed very high off the ground - possibly an issue for someone short or with mobility issues. Agree with previous reviewer who said odd location - small historic area sandwiched between highway ramps. Delicious and freshly prepared breakfast, but dining room has one long table to be shared by all guests. We came down one morning to find the dining room full. We sat outside, which was pleasant in moderate spring temps - would not enjoy it if raining or in summer heat.
I absolutely loved this place. Southern charm oozing in this place from people, spacious rooms, luxurious towels, softest sheets, numerous amenities, and the breakfast of wonderful choices. I had the shrimp & crayfish eggs Benedict with a cream sherry sauce. It was so delicious I had it the following day. Courtney who checked us in was most delightful. Chef Robby, I want as my personal chef back home in CA. Do stay here if you like being spoiled.
My husband and I stayed a single night at Forte Conde Inn. We were absolutely pleased with our stay from every aspect! The room was beautiful, the shower had amazing water pressure, and the complementary toiletries were fabulous. The sheets must be mentioned, as they were without a doubt the most comfortable sheets we’ve slept in! The complementary breakfast cooked by Chef Robbie was DIVINE. The praline bananas foster french toast was so delicious. We hope to stay here again!
I stayed here for 3 nights and found the B&B and staff to be excellent. The inn is in a historic building in a historic area and was renovated about 10 years ago. The room was very clean and well-appointed. The staff was friendly and helpful. The breakfast was prepared by a trained chef and was wonderful. This hotel is convenient to all of the downtown area attractions. It is near the Mobile Cruise Port, Gulf Quest, and restaurants. The Mobile Museum is within walking distance. The only negative I noticed is the traffic noise at night from the nearby interstate highway. The noise was not overwhelming and will not keep me from staying here on future trips.
My husband and I stayed for one night and enjoyed our stay very much. The room and huge bathroom were absolutely lovely. Comfortable bed and great amenities. No complaints whatsoever. I would note a few things about the location, though. We had pictured this being in a charming neighborhood, based on the description. Instead, it's in this little historical block, kind of like an island, surrounded by freeway ramps. I guess I would describe the location as somewhat odd, although the inn itself is lovely. The other thing I would mention is that breakfast is served at one, long dining table, so you are forced to eat and converse with the other guests. Some people enjoy this; we'd prefer to eat on our own. However, because the dining table was almost full when we got there, they did set up a little table in the other room for us without us even asking. We appreciated that very much. Also very nice to have a cooked breakfast included.
We stayed for 3 nights at Ft. Conde Inn and really liked the place. We enjoyed truly wonderful breakfasts and the inn itself was very well decorated. The inn is in a great location. It's close to town where the Historic Museum is located, very close to Ft. Conde (which is an 85% reproduction of the original) and it's also close to Gulf Quest which is very interesting and it's also across the street from the Mobile Cruise Terminal. The only possible negative is that it's also close to the interstate which could be noisy and bother some, but it didn't bother us. All in all it's a great place to stay and we would stay there again!
This is my second visit and lets just say I am not disappointed one bit. I stayed in one of the carriage rooms, comfy bed and a clean room. Great customer service, breakfast yummy as always! Great location, quiet and relaxing.
- Walking distance to History Museum of Mobile and Mobile Bay
- Free breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
Located in Riverfront Industrial Area, Fort Conde Inn is adjacent to Mobile Bay and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like History Museum of Mobile. This 19-room, 3.5-star bed & breakfast has free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Free breakfast is included with your stay.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 40-inch a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and the bathroom offers designer toiletries and bathrobes. Other standard amenities include a coffee maker and a desk.
Guests of Fort Conde Inn enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and wedding services. A stay here includes free parking. A multilingual staff is on hand to help with tours or tickets, and offer sightseeing advice. This smoke-free bed & breakfast also has a fireplace in the lobby.
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95.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 445 reviews