The Consulate in Apalachicola

About The Consulate Suites


Located in the heart of historic Apalachicola, the Consulate Suites offer four gorgeous, spacious and private vacation suites that are the ideal destination for you to getaway.

The Consulate Suites is optimal for you to celebrate your honeymoon, reunite with old friends, escape for a private getaway or take the family vacation of a lifetime. Even if you are visiting our charming city for business, we promise that you will never want to leave the Consulate Suites.

Apalachicola offers many activities to do while visiting, including sightseeing, boat tours, fishing, kayaking and shopping in downtown Apalachicola. There are also many wonderful restaurants within walking distance the Consulate Suites.

The History of the Grady Building as a French Consulate is an intriguing look into Apalachicola's past. Originally built to house J.E. Grady & Co in the 1800’s, The Consulate is now one of the most luxurious Apalachicola lodging providers in the area.

A Boutique Hotel With a Fantastic History

"From the well-appointed rooms to the class act of the staff, this place is one that is sure to please everyone. Whether a couple seeking a romantic getaway, two couples sharing a suite, a girlfriend's getaway, a corporate retreat, or an adult family reunion, The Consulate is sure to deliver on a very upscale and delightful weekend!

So, for those wanting something special, something that gives you more than just a hotel stay, The Consulate is a value in history and experience that is hard to come by!"

-Ginger M
(Review via tripadvisor)

Amazing Accommodations!

"This place is gorgeous. I want to sell my home and buy this hotel room as my residence. People could not be more kind. Great place. Beautiful flight of stairs lead up to the second floor. Gorgeous view of the water too."

-Brew Family
(Review via tripadvisor)

Luxury and Comfort at it's Best!

"The Consulate Suites is amazing! We stayed at the Ambassador suite. Our hope was that the suite would be comfortable for my husband and I and our two young sons and also still be close to town. This place was very comfortable but what blew me away was the loving care that the owners have shown the suites. Wow. The architecture was restored to appropriate time period of when the Grady Building was first constructed along w/ lovely antiques! The exposed brick throughout is lovely!"

-Debbie C
(Review via tripadvisor)