Home2 Suites by Hilton Tallahassee State Capitol

Tallahassee, FL

Steps from the Florida State Capitol Building and complex, the Home2 Suites by Hilton Tallahassee State Capitol offers short- and long-term stays in the capital city, just two miles from Florida A&M University (FAMU), the Florida State University (FSU) campus in Tallahassee and the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center. The civic center serves as both a sports arena and a convention center, setting the stage for Florida State Seminoles basketball games, as well as many concerts and live events. It’s only a 13-minute drive to the Tallahassee International Airport. Get to both the Tallahassee train station and the Tallahassee Memorial Medical Center in minutes by car. Walk to Governor’s Square Mall, and its stores and restaurants.


Tallahassee, FL




210 South Magnolia Drive
Tallahassee, Florida, 32301

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Capitol City Comforts

Settle comfortably into relaxing suites with fast, free Wi-Fi, a kitchenette, generously sized beds and a sofa bed. Enjoy the convenience of a full-size refrigerator, microwave and dishwasher as well as a free breakfast buffet. Swim in an outdoor saltwater pool infused with natural minerals. Unwind after a busy day by a fire pit in our outdoor lounge or watch a movie on your flat-screen TV. Our Spin2 Cycle lets you do the laundry and work out at the same time in one combined fitness and laundry facility that’s open 24 hours. Traveling for work? Spend time in our business center.

Park Yourself Here

A mile away, Cascades Park boasts panoramic views of the capital, its neighborhoods and universities. Flock to the Capital City Amphitheater for concerts. Frolic in a fountain with 73 water jets (it turns into a light-and-music show on the weekends). Then make your way to the Museum of Florida History (admission is free), the Florida Historic Capitol Museum and the Riley House Museum, which honors the history of African Americans in Smokey Hollow. Don’t forget to catch a football game at Bragg Memorial Stadium, home of the Rattlers at FAMU.