The Sole's lobby was inviting, and the person at the desk was very friendly and helpful. The rooms are nicely furnished with a contemporary touch and very clean. In place of hideous hotel drapes, there were plantation shutters on the windows. The hotel's policy ensures that it's a quiet place to stay; there's a sign in the lobby that noisy guests at night will be asked to leave with no refund. Having stayed in some noisy hotels that made it unable to sleep, this was a welcome sign for me. My only negative comments are that the bathroom was very small and had no electrical outlet, and the lighting in the bathroom and main area was so dim that once the sun went down, I couldn't see well enough to do much at all. If they added some light inside so that it was possible to read or see well enough to iron your clothes, the Sole would be a place I would come back to time and again. I found the price to be very reasonable.
Traveller from Destin, FL
Situated in the historical district, this motel is within a 10-minute walk of Civil War Soldiers Museum, Saenger Theatre, and …More
Overall, our stay was a good one. The room was clean, comfortable, and spacious for a good price, and the hotel clerk made every effort to give us a quiet room, as requested. Two small snags at the outset: the TV didn't work (and the Super Bowl was on!), so the hotel clerk had to come to our room to re-set the settings with his master control. Secondly, the wi-fi password in the room card envelope didn't work, so we had to request an updated password. The snacks for sale in the snack room could use an overhaul (no cookies for sale, for example). Otherwise, everything was fine. The breakfast was good, and offered considerable choices. The lady who runs the breakfast room deserves a raise: she was efficient, helpful, and very friendly.
Traveller from Texas
Located in Pine Forest, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Five Flags Speedway, Uncle Sandy's Macaw Bird Park, and John …More
Pensacola is located at the westernmost tip of the Florida Panhandle, on Pensacola Bay. Founded by the Spanish in 1559, the city was the first European settlement in the continental United States. Over the years, 5 different governments have laid claim to it. The Pensacola Naval Air Station, home to the Blue Angels and the National Museum of Naval Aviation, is just 6 miles south.