Suites

DeLuna Suite

DeLuna Suite

Pensacola was the first European settlement in what is now the continental United States, settled by Spanish Conquistador Don Tristan de Luna y Arellano on August 15, 1559. De Luna’s settlement expedition consisted of more than 1,400 people on 11 ships. Since the late 1940s, the City of Pensacola celebrates its rich history each year with the Fiesta of Five Flags. In honor of DeLuna, the Fiesta of Five Flags celebration features the coronation of one of its citizens as DeLuna. There is a statue of Don Tristan de Luna in downtown Pensacola at Plaza de Luna overlooking the Pensacola Bay at the southernmost point of Palafox Place.

The Deluna Suite’s interiors and furnishings are a tribute to Pensacola’s historic 1559 settlement by Don Tristan DeLuna. This downstairs suite offers a charming, cozy, and historically fascinating stay to its guests and features a queen-size bed, luxurious bedding, a flat screen TV, a small bathroom with a stand-up shower, and French doors that open to our first floor porch overlooking the Pensacola Bay.


DeLuna Suite

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Chipley Suite

Chipley Suite

William Dudley Chipley (1840-1897), a Georgia native, was a Confederate Colonel, a statesman, and a successful railroad executive. In the mid-1870s, Chipley moved to Pensacola and devoted himself to the construction of both a local Pensacola railroad system as well as the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad that linked the Atlantic Coast of Florida with the Gulf Coast for the first time. Chipley’s construction of Pensacola’s railroad systems, his integration of the railroads with the Port of Pensacola, and his entrepreneurship and vision in the trade industry established Pensacola as an important trade city of the South. There is an obelisk honoring Chipley at Plaza Ferdinand VII in downtown Pensacola.

Photos and mementos honoring Chipley and Pensacola’s role as a railroad and shipping hub adorn the first floor Chipley Suite. This suite features a king-size bed with luxurious bedding, a large bathroom with a walk-in shower, flat screen TV, and French doors that open to our first floor porch with a grand view of Pensacola Bay. This suite can accommodate up to two guests, and is wheelchair accessible.


Chipley Suite

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Panzacola Suite

Panzacola Suite

The original inhabitants of the Pensacola Bay area were Native American peoples who at the time of first European contact were a Muskogean-speaking tribe known as the Panzacola. The Panzacola tribe had been established in the region for centuries at the time of Pensacola’s settlement and served as the settlement’s namesake. From Pensacola’s settlement to present day, Pensacola has maintained a proud and wonderful cultural diversity.

The Panzacola Suite has a breezy soothing coastal atmosphere with references to the multi-cultural heritage of Pensacola. This suite features a king-size bed with luxurious bedding, a flat screen TV, a large bathroom with a walk-in shower, French doors that open to our second floor porch, and a refreshing view of Pensacola Bay. This suite can accommodate up to two guests.


Panzacola Suite

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Wentworth Suite

Wentworth Suite

Theodore Thomas Wentworth, Jr. (1898-1989) was a renowned Pensacola entrepreneur, politician, preservationist, and collector of historical items. By the early 1980s, Wentworth’s collection had grown to more than 150,000 items. In 1983, Wentworth donated his collection to the State of Florida, the largest historical collection ever donated by a private individual. His collection can be found at the T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum overlooking Plaza Ferdinand VII in downtown Pensacola on Jefferson Street.

The five flags of Pensacola and the rich Pensacola history that Wentworth so ardently embraced , are the inspiration for the Wentworth Suite. The historic styles of Spain, France, England, the Confederacy, and the United States are represented in its furnishings and décor. This suite features two queen-size beds with luxurious bedding, a large bathroom with a walk-in shower, flat screen TV, and a view of Lee House’s Alcaniz Courtyard. This suite can accommodate up to four guests.


Wentworth Suite

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Galvez Suite

Galvez Suite

Bernardo de Galvez (1746-1786), a Spanish military leader, commanded his most important victory at the Siege of Pensacola in 1781 when he led his Spanish naval fleet and army to aid the American colonies against Britain. Galvez masterfully attacked Pensacola by sea and land, eventually forcing the British surrender at Fort George. Galvez received royal commendation for his remarkable naval entrance to the Pensacola Bay that allowed for the Spanish ground invasion. The Fort George historical site can be found at North Palafox Street and West La Rua Street in downtown Pensacola.

The Pensacola Bay, the site of Galvez’s greatest naval accomplishment, inspires the coastal theme of the Galvez Suite. Rich caramels and greens create an air of sophisticated comfort in this suite that features two queen-size beds with luxurious bedding, a large bathroom with a walk-in shower, French doors that open to our second-floor porch, flat screen TV, and a beautiful view of Pensacola Bay. This suite can accommodate up to four guests.


Galvez Suite

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Bienville Suite

Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville (1680-1767), a French military leader and colonizer of the Louisiane Territory, took Pensacola from the Spanish on May 14, 1719 with his naval fleet and a large ground force of allied Indian warriors. As a part of the colonization of the region, Bienville and his brother, Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville, continued the French tradition of the Mardi Gras Celebration, a celebration that endures to this day in cities such as New Orleans, Mobile, and Pensacola.

Elegant hues of purple, one of the colors of Mardi Gras, adorn the Bienville Suite in tribute to Bienville’s introduction of the Mardi Gras Celebration to our region. This suite features two queen-size beds with luxurious bedding, a large bathroom with a walk-in shower, flat screen TV, and a view of our Alcaniz Courtyard. This suite can accommodate up to four guests.


Bienville Suite

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Durnford Suite

Durnford Suite

Elias Durnford (1739-1794), a British army officer and civil engineer, is best known for surveying Pensacola and laying out Pensacola’s city plan. In 1764, after the Seven Years’ War, Durnford was posted to the newly established British colony of West Florida, where he was appointed chief engineer and surveyor general. Durnford’s plan for Pensacola was classic in nature with streets surveyed at right angles and centered on two squares, Plaza Ferdinand VII and Seville Square, the square that Lee House overlooks to the west.

The two dramatic four-poster beds featured in the Durnford Suite are a tribute to Durnford’s British heritage as well as the two Pensacola squares that were a focal point of Durnford’s City Plan. The Durnford Suite features two queen-size beds with luxurious bedding, a large bathroom with a walk-in shower, French doors that open to our second-floor porch, flat screen TV, and a tranquil view of Pensacola Bay. This suite can accommodate up to four guests.


Durnford Suite

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Jackson Suite

Jackson Suite

Andrew Jackson (1767 – 1845) was colonel in the United States Army and became the 7th President of the United States. In the War of 1812, Jackson victoriously commanded the Americans in The Battle of Pensacola against Britain and Spain. Battles continued between the Americans and the Spanish in Northwest Florida until Spain ceded all of Spanish Florida to the United States at Plaza Ferdinand VII in downtown Pensacola on July 17, 1821. Andrew Jackson represented his country in Pensacola at the cession of Florida, and a bust of Jackson stands today at Plaza Ferdinand VII just steps away from Pensacola’s award winning Jackson’s Steakhouse.

The Jackson Suite is the Lee House’s most contemporary suite, symbolic of Andrew Jackson’s ambition, passion, and vision for Pensacola and the United States. The Jackson Suite features a king-size bed with luxurious bedding, a large bathroom with a walk-in shower and jetted garden tub, flat screen TV, and beautiful views of Seville Square and Lee House’s Alcaniz Courtyard. This suite can accommodate up to two guests.


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Bonifay Suite

Bonifay Suite

Marianna Pingrow Bonifay (1764-1829) was a French born Pensacola pioneer, entrepreneur, and mother of ten who is often referred to as the Mother of Pensacola. Bonifay moved to the then Spanish ruled Pensacola in 1781 when the population was 250. In Pensacola, Bonifay defied the conventional constraints society had placed on women and purchased real estate, formed business partnerships, established a cattle ranch, founded the Bonifay Brickyard, and built over 500 homes. One of Bonifay’s homes, built together with Charles Lavelle, can be found today at 203 Church Street in downtown Pensacola’s Historic District. This house is on the U.S. Register of Historic Places.

The Bonifay Suite, is the Lee House’s unique corner suite with two sets of French doors that open up to our second-floor porch. The serene, soft hues of the Bonifay Suite offer a luxurious escape to its guests while its panoramic views of the Pensacola Bay and historic Pensacola are a reminder of the great vision and ambition of Marianna Bonifay. The Bonifay Suite features a king-size bed with luxurious bedding, flat screen TV, a walk-in shower and jetted garden tub. This suite can accommodate up to two guests.


Bonifay Suite

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