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As a small boutique hotel, each of The Willcox’s 22 rooms has a character all its own. Tall plantation shutters let in the warm Southern sun, highlighting beautifully reproduced, turn-of-the-century details on each room’s wooden desk, wardrobe and intricately carved, four-poster beds. A cloud-soft bed — wrapped in a crisp white feather duvet and topped with plump feather pillows — is the ultimate in luxury, as are the marble and white-tile bathrooms. Just some of the many room amenities include evening turndown and access to a horse and dog concierge, a service that caters to the comfort of your four-legged friends.
Deluxe and premium rooms, as well as suites, feature original fireplaces (converted to gas for ease of use), while premium rooms and suites also feature deep soaking tubs, topped in marble. The Willcox’s Roosevelt Suite is named for one of the hotel’s rumored famous guests and, aptly enough, proves to be an experience fit for a president: The spacious suite spans the width of the luxury hotel, with a separate bedroom and sitting and dining area, two fireplaces and a gleaming white and chrome clawfoot tub. From the sitting area, step onto your own private 52-foot balcony complete with rocking chairs and small tables overlooking your temporary domain.