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Welcome to the Homewood Suites by Hilton hotel in Gainesville, Florida. Situated off of I-75 at Exit 384, we are two miles southeast of the University of Florida campus and Shands Hospital. Our rates are designed to accommodate you with all the comforts and added amenities of home at no additional charge. Guests enjoy a full Suite Start breakfast served each morning in the Lodge and our complimentary evening dinner and drinks available Monday through Thursday.
Experience the wealth of museums, art, gardens and theatre brimming in this city and all within close reach of our hotel in Gainesville, FL. Golfers can enjoy several golf courses within less than 15 minutes of our Gainesville hotel with one featuring lights for night play.
We’re located in Gainesville's popular restaurant row area; however, we offer an in-suite kitchen, complete with refrigerator, ice maker, dishwasher, convection oven and microwave, and spacious dining and living room area as well. The possibilities are endless, but the choice is yours!
Book your next stay online with Homewood Suites Gainesville hotel.
Florida's oldest and most comprehensive university and among the nation's most academically diverse.
Better known as "The Swamp", Ben Hill Griffin Stadium is the largest stadium in Florida.
A 62-acre facility founded, developed, funded and operated by the North Florida Botanical Society.
Enjoy live theater, festivals, film screenings, exhibitions and more at The Hippodrome.
One of the nation's largest and fastest-growing natural history museums.
See more than 8,000 works including photography, modern, contemporary, Asian, and African art.
Experience hundreds of free-flying butterflies and birds from around the world.
Explore two art galleries, three period rooms, and numerous historical exhibits.
Enjoy hiking, horseback riding, bicycling and more while exploring wildlife habitats and exhibits.
Travel down a bowl-shaped cavity 120 feet deep that leads into a miniature rain forest.