Vesta Grand Room
The Vesta Room was named after the Blockade Runner “Vesta” which sank January 10, 1864 on her maiden voyage. Vesta, attempting to deliver Confederate supplies, shipwrecked and burned in the location of where the pier is today. The pier is appropriately named the Vesta Pier. Until the late 60’s, the remains of The Vesta were visible near the original Vesta Pier, appropriately named. The Vesta Room, located on the lobby level, is a grand corner room with nautical decor. Take a stroll on the Sunset Pier and come sail away in luxury here in The Vesta Room. This grand room has a larger private screened porch, including a porch swing, rockers, & amazing views
This is a Grand room, which is more spacious than the standard room. It has a larger corner porch and a jetted whirlpool tub. This is a two person tub in the bathroom with a separate shower. Robes are also provided.