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This is an old historic hotel that sadly hasn't been kept up as well from when it was famous, but for the very cheap price it is well worth stay. Keep in mind this is a very poor migrant town known for its fishing so...More
We came up on Wednesday to visit family for Thanksgiving and chose Clewiston Inn for it's historical value. We had such a great time we decided to stay again on our way back. We toured the hotel and impressed by the mural in the bar...More
The only place there is any air conditioning is in the lobby and in the rooms. The common areas, the breakfast room and the hallways are not air conditioned. When I checked in at 8:20pm. I found the air conditioner had been turned off all...More
15 to 20 of us stay in the area this time each year and we thought we would check out the Clewiston Inn with a view to perhaps using it in the next few years.
Four of us dropped by on Thursday 23rd February and...More
We called into this Inn with a view to staying overnight. We were met in reception by a rude obnoxious woman, who was eating a bag of chips and slouching across the desk. We asked if we could get a coffee and were told rudely...More
US$73 - US$110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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