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

What started as an elegant ten-room bed & breakfast has become a truly one-of-a-kind historic hotel.

Originally referred to as the Main House, the Hall-Ford House continues on as the heart of the Fort Conde Inn; however, it is now only one of nine meticulously restored historic properties which house our beautifully appointed rooms and suites.

Where ordinary hotels have hallways, we have cobblestone streets lit with gas lanterns; Instead of dozens of identical rooms, at the Fort Condé Inn, our guests have dozens of unique rooms, suites and cottages to choose from.

 

Centrally located in what has been known for two centuries as Fort Condé Village, the historic neighborhood that is home to the inn's numerous buildings is one of the oldest in Mobile, and arguably its most significant.

Guests now enjoy the character of these historic landmarks without sacrificing the luxury and privacy of a modern, four-star boutique hotel. The day begins with breakfast, inspired by Mobile Bay’s confluence of cultures and cuisines, served either in the bistro or in the shaded courtyards or even in guests’ private rooms. The day ends with chandeliers aglow in the oversized parlors, libations in hand, gas lanterns lighting the verandah.

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Bistro St. Emanuel

The Breakfast at the Fort Condé Inn has always been legendary, with entrées that combine the area’s fresh catch and culture; now, we're taking it to the next level with the opening of our new restaurant, Bistro St. Emanuel! Coming this fall, guests will be able to enjoy their old favorites while taking in the village's newest restoration. Dinner & Room Service menus will also be coming online soon.

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Fort Condé Village

Built in the early 19th century, the area fell into decades of disrepair before its purchase by New York developers Lawrence & David Posner. Now, after over two decades of painstaking historical restoration, Fort Condé Village has emerged as a hidden gem in the crown of one of the Gulf Coast's oldest and most charming port cities.