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The Inn

For generations, these rooms slept overlooking
the skyline—
now it’s
your turn.

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  • Fort Conde Inn
  • Fort Conde Inn
  • Fort Conde Inn
  • Fort Conde Inn

Built in 1836, Fort Condé Inn is Mobile’s second-oldest house, and is the centerpiece of Fort Condé Village. Two years of meticulous workmanship have restored this important residence to AAA Four-Diamond status.

Guests now enjoy the character of a historic landmark with the luxury and privacy of a modern boutique hotel. The day begins with breakfast, served in the spacious dining room, shaded courtyard or guests’ private rooms, and inspired by Mobile Bay’s confluence of cultures and cuisines. The day ends with chandeliers aglow in the oversized parlors and gas lanterns lighting the verandah.

Accommodations range from spacious rooms to suites and sprawling private cottages in the village surrounding Fort Condé Inn.

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Seafood Benedict

Breakfast at the Inn

The Inn’s Chef Robbie puts our historic dining room and courtyard to good use each morning. Breakfast is complimentary and legendary, with fresh-baked biscuits and pastries followed by entrées that combine the area’s fresh catch and culture. Our ever-changing menu might include Seafood Benedict, Bananas Foster French Toast or our famous Blue Crab and Asparagus Quiche.

Fort Conde Inn Construction

Historic renovation

Known to historians as the Hall-Ford House, the inn is one of the oldest homes in Mobile, and arguably its most significant. Built in 1836 on a cotton fortune, the property fell into decades of disrepair in the 20th century before its purchase by New York developer Lawrence Posner. In 2011, the inn re-opened with a museum-quality restoration. Today, the inn has regained its prominence in the community as the centerpiece of Fort Condé Village.

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