Women’s Travel Tip: Discover Old Florida in Stuart

by | Dec 1, 2019

Last updated on March 29th, 2021


If you want a taste of the way Florida used to be, stop in  Stuart, just north of Palm Beach. I’ve tried the large hotels at the beach, but prefer the personal touch of the family-owned boutique hotel Old Colorado Inn, built in 1890, now updated with several cottages and charming rooms which accommodate families and solo travelers. There are many restaurants and shops in the historic Osceola Street area, including the Tiki Bar downstairs with live music. My favourite is the Riverwalk Café and Oyster Bar and the beach is a 20-minute drive from the downtown. 

– Carolyn, Toronto, Canada

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