Music and sports fans, as well as food-lovers and history buffs, all find their way to Tallahassee hotels. The Apalachee, Creek, Mississippi, Muskogee, and Seminole Indian tribes once occupied lands around hotels in Tallahassee. The Riley Museum houses stunning exhibits chronicling African American history. Hotels in Tallahassee have won numerous awards for their livability, ecological efforts, and visiting five-star entertainment. Visitors can find budget accommodations at Days Inn Hotel in Tallahassee, and more expansive Tallahassee hotel rooms at Residence Inn by Marriott.
The Tallahassee Leon County Civic Center attracts guests from Tallahassee hotels with special events such as the FSU Homecoming Pow Wow and Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam.
Locals and guests staying in Tallahassee hotels can enjoy great deals on decadent ribs and refreshing beer at the one-and-only Sonny's BBQ. Calico Jack's draws crowds with their seafood, Cajun cuisine, and wraps. At Rodizio's South American Steakhouse, gauchos serve Brazilian sausage, bacon-wrapped sea scallops, and parmesan-crusted pork.
The Letchworth Indian Mounds are a different destination for visitors staying at Tallahassee hotels. The archaeological area features ceremonial and burial sites illustrating the life of local Native Americans over 1,000 years ago.
La Lanterna Italian Market and Deli features unique food items and culinary workshops for guests of Tallahassee hotels. Shoppers can find even more homemade food gifts at the Tallahassee Farmers Market.
Active guests staying at a Tallahassee hotel can hike the Wakulla Spring Trail, watch some championship FSU baseball and football with locals, and ace a few tennis serves at city parks.