Rebuilt in 1914 after a fire, the Redland Hotel was Homestead's first hotel and one of its most important structures. Restored to its pre-fire, 1904 architecture, the property now boasts modern conveniences like Wi-Fi. At the top of the original Dade County pine staircase, all 13 guest rooms—each named after Homestead's pioneers—are furnished with antiques, cherrywood armoires, and private bathrooms. The hotel also boasts parlors, conference facilities, and The Library pub (the hotel housed the city's first library). Located near the entrance to the Everglades, these accommodations provide easy access to the Homestead area’s parks and recreational activities.