The Stricklin Hotel, a boutique hotel located in downtown Florence, Alabama, features 24 guest rooms each with a comfortable king-sized bed. The Deluxe rooms showcase beautifully restored original windows that overlook downtown?s main street as well as the acclaimed Wilson Park. Every room offers the expected modern conveniences including keyless entries, in-room safes, complimentary Wi-Fi, Smart TVs, Keurig coffee makers, and mini fridges. A 24-hour business center is also available to all hotel guests and includes a desktop computer and printer for guest convenience.
About Stricklin Boutique Hotel
Nestled among the rich history and beauty of downtown Florence, The Stricklin Hotel guests will enjoy southern charm and hospitality as well as an atmosphere of timeless elegance, making every guest feel like The Stricklin is their home away from home.
Two event spaces overlooking Court Street and Wilson Park make for the perfect place to host events of all sizes.
The Belk Hudson is designed with business in mind. An executive conference table, lounge area, and Smart TV provide a comfortable environment for hosting a business meeting or an intimate personal party. The room accommodates 20 people and rents for a minimum of two hours.
The Stricklin Social, with its sprawling windows, exposed brick walls, and original redwood columns, is the ideal venue for any event. This space offers a built-in bar, lounge area, Smart TV, video projector, and accommodates up to 125 people. The warm environment completely encompasses southern elegance and modern design ? perfect for business or pleasure alike.
The Stricklin Hotel, located on the second and third floors of the historic Stricklin Building, was originally constructed in 1946 as a three-story, 23,373 square feet of commercial space and converted to a multi-business facility in 2017. The first-floor houses the infamous Big Bad Breakfast, open daily from 7:00 AM to 2:30 PM. The basement of the Stricklin Building includes an upscale vintage bowling alley and gaming space, The Boiler Room, open from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM Sunday - Wednesday and 4:00 PM to 12:00 AM Thursday - Saturday.
For more information about reserving The Belk Hudson, The Stricklin Social, or The Boiler Room, please call 256-274-5530.
Built as a simple three-story building in 1946, The Stricklin Building was recently converted into a 23,373 square foot multi-business facility.
Big Bad Breakfast
On the first floor of the Stricklin Building, from 7:00 AM to 2:30 PM daily, The Stricklin guests may enjoy dining at the Big Bad Breakfast. For more information on their menu, and specials, check out their website.
In the basement of the Stricklin Building, guest will find an upscale gaming space, The Boiler Room, open from 4:00 PM ? 10:00 PM Sunday ? Wednesday and from 4:00 PM to 12:00 AM Thursday ? Saturday. In addition to the Simple Menu, a delicious assortment of select sandwiches and salad favorites from Big Bad Breakfast, a full bar of beer, wine, and spirits can be enjoyed. The Boiler Room is completed with four vintage-style bowling lanes, foosball, skeeball, shuffleboard, darts, Golden Tee, and arcade tables featuring classic games from the 80s and 90s.
The Boiler Room is also available for children's birthday parties, private parties, and private events during non-operating public hours. For more information about event spaces, click Event Packages found in the Menu or call 256-248-9982.
Here's what our guests are saying...
"My wife and I had a wonderful time staying at The Stricklin Hotel. We had one of the best nights rests in a long time. It was the perfect setting for a night away from the kids. All the fun we had, and we never left the building. Great staff and an all around good time." - John R.
"We had the pleasure of staying at the Stricklin Hotel this weekend. The beds were amazing, the staff friendly and helpful. Great location in the heart of downtown Florence. Can?t wait to visit again." - Wendy C.
"The hotel was beautiful. Highly recommend it. More of an Inn type feel that you would see in Charleston, SC. In the middle of downtown Florence next shops and eateries. Only a couple of blocks from UNA?s beautiful campus." - Mike K.