In downtown Orlando, this unique B&B Inn offers luxurious accommodations in 4 historic, distinctive buildings with tropical gardens. Orlando's oldest house, the Norment-Perry, has 6 charming Victorian rooms. The Wellborn has 15 one-bedroom suites in fabulous Art-Deco style. The antebellum style I.W. Phillips House has 3 opulent rooms. The most recent addition, The Dr. Phillips House has 6 rooms in grand Victorian style all including whirlpool tubs.
* Grand Victorian rooms with queen or king 4-poster or sleigh beds, fireplace, whirlpool tubs, and marble showers. Some have fridges in room and access to balconies. The Inn reserves the right to pick the guest room based on availability.
Nightly Rate: $225/$135
*Queen or King bed. Room is either in the Victorian home or Wellborn suites. Suites include: bedroom, living room, kitchenette, private bath. Victorian rooms are furnished with english and american antiques, and clawfoot tubs and showers. Both are the same price. The Inn reserves the right to pick the room based on availability.
Nightly Rate: $125/$105
4.4 on February 04, 2014
Greeted with a carafe of wine. Enjoyed our beautiful room with a sun porch. Some highway noise, but didn't affect our visit or our sleep. Very classy and wonderful breakfast!
5 on August 30, 2013
What an amazing place ! My wife and I were in Orlando for a concert at the Amway Center and I thought I would surprise her with something different than the chain hotels we normally stay. After I read some of the reviews, I called the Courtyard at Lake Lucerne. The front desk clerk was extremely helpful and recommended the Attic Room in the Dr. Phillips House. When we arrived, Rafael quickly checked us in, invited us to the complimentary cocktail hour, and then sent us off to our room with a complimentary carafe of wine The room was awesome. It even had a marble shower with a marble double whirlpool tub. The house itself was amazing with beautiful antiques everywhere. The next morning we had a great breakfast which is served in the I.W. Phillips House. Just a great experience. I highly recommend you forgo the chain hotels and give the Courtyard at Lake Lucerne a try. I will never stay anywhere else in Orlando.
4.6 on August 17, 2013
We stayed at Dr. Phillips House which was a nicely restored historical building. Loved the furnishings throughout and the paint scheme went beautifully with the architectural design. The room was spacious, nicely done. Breakfast was good but would have preferred to be served restaurant style with menu.
3.4 on August 04, 2013
We stayed at the Courtyard to avoid the traffic going to the Orlando airport during rush hour from another town in Florida. The GPS took us to around Lake Lucerne without actually getting us to the B&B. They have a different address for the main office which would have made finding the inn much easier. The room itself was huge and needed some more decoration/furniture to be intimate and the bathroom likewise needed updating. The bed was comfortable, the temperature comfortable and in spite of being close to the crosstown expressway, quiet. Breakfast was modest and serve yourself. There was no staff there to lighten up the morning and guests fended for themselves. Fortunately there weren't many people the morning we stayed and those that were there were very nice making the morning enjoyable.
4.2 on March 30, 2013
I was very satisfied with my stay and really enjoyed strolling through the courtyard with my kids. The noise from the wedding was a bit intrusive, but the dance music ended by 940 (front desk did warn me in advance, although they said the end time would be 9). For most people this wouldn't be an issue, so it's not a big deal in the grand scheme. Just keep it in mind if you're looking for something tranquil or if you're traveling with little ones. the location was central and the surrounding neighborhoods are beautiful. My room was a 2-room apt and I really liked having the separate bedrooms -- quite spacious. I'll stay again if I have the opportunity (but might plan better for possible wedding activities!).
City, Downtown, Lakeside, Suburban
Orlando, FL (MCO) 8 miles
Take Hwy 436 North to Hwy 408 which is the East/West Expressway. Follow Hwy 408 West into downtown Orlando. Take the Rosalind Street exit onto South Street. Follow South St. to Magnolia and turn left. Go one block on Magnolia and turn left onto Anderson St. Follow Anderson St. two blocks to Delaney Ave. and turn right onto Delaney. Follow Delaney one block and turn right onto North Lucerne Circle.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Walt Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios, Church Street Station, Convention Center, TD Waterhouse, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Bird watching, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Urban Inn, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Piano, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wet bar
Wine on arrival, 8 Rooms with Double Whirlpools, complimentary cocktails from 6-7pm, 3 Rooms With Fireplaces
Portuguese, English, French, Spanish
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