About the Owners- Jim and Dana Maloney
In 2017, our middle son and his wife brought our sweet grandchild into this world, Beatrice Louise Maloney. Because we love being a part of our granddaughter’s life, we made the decision to move from North Carolina to the Eastern Shore of Alabama to be with family. Our love for adventure, travel, and meeting new friends plus our experience in Charlotte as AirBnb superhosts inspired us to visit Fairhope, Alabama and shop for resort property for family vacation rentals. We instantly fell in love with this beautiful historic home overlooking Mobile Bay and dreamed about renovating it as a bed and breakfast on our 200′ of beachfront.
We made the plunge, began extensive renovations to every inch of the place and opened Jubilee Suites boutique hotel in April 2018. As resident hosts, we feel so fortunate to have found this beautiful place to call home and to be able to share it with our guests. Every evening we like to sit on the bluff that is our backyard and soak in the sunset. We’d love to have you join us for our Sunset Celebrations! The views are stunning and the sunsets really are like no other. Sometimes, we’ll look up to be amazed that a bald eagle is flying overhead. Our vacation rentals are peaceful and private – perfect for a weekend or a week-long getaway.
About Jubilee Suites- Beachfront on Mobile Bay
When you arrive and step out of your vehicle, you’re greeted with a New Orleans style open courtyard – a common area for all guests and leading to private entrances to each of our fully-furnished luxury suites. Whether you’re renting one or all of our suites, while staying at our hotel, you’ll enjoy full access to our bluff and beach on Mobile Bay where you can swim, fish, kayak and paddle board, or just sit and watch the world go by. Be sure to check out our Guest Experiences page so you don’t miss any of the fun activities we’ve built in for your enjoyment while you’re here.
Now that it is beautifully restored, we are welcoming families, couples, small groups and business travelers for vacations, romantic getaways, girls’ trips and more. We’ve also added a brand new kitchen and great room looking out over the shimmering waters of Mobile Bay. Depending on your individual needs or the needs of your larger group, we can help you plan and make arrangements for food and offer suggestions for local activities sure to please. For more information contact us with this form or simply call.
History of Jubilee Suites
Jubilee Suites was built as a convalescent facility for the Brookley Army Air Field in 1940. Ask Jim for a tour while you’re here and see some of the architectural remnants of that time. After World War II it became Eastern Shore Apartments. In 1987, it was transformed into the ‘Away at the Bay’ bed and breakfast. Since our purchase in 2018, we have renamed our new home Jubilee Suites boutique hotel, updated the property and each and every suite, and have begun to meet new guests who quickly turn into returning friends. It is a truly versatile bed and breakfast hotel, and we want to share it with you very soon!
About Fairhope, AL – Charming and Friendly
Fairhope is a charming destination small town located in Baldwin County on the east side of Mobile Bay about 45 minutes from the Gulf of Mexico beaches. In fact, Fairhope enjoys the distinction of being named one of The South’s Best Small Towns of 2020 by Southern Living magazine. We see many tourists throughout the year because of our pleasant weather and our many resort and recreational activities. Fairhope is sidewalk-friendly and known for its breathtaking flowers everywhere. You’ll find it easy to get around by driving, biking, or walking. As you make your way into town and meet some of the locals, you will soon find that Fairhope is warm and inviting, and we’re always eager to meet new friends.
There is so much to do both at the hotel and in town! You won’t want to miss the famous Fairhope Public Pier, our unofficial town square, within walking distance of our hotel along the beach shoreline (less than 1 mile in distance). All over town, people make their way to the Pier or the Mobile Bay beach for the spectacular sunsets each evening. Downtown dining and shopping are also close by via the N. Section Street sidewalk (approximately 1 mile away). See our long list of fun things to do in Fairhope and the surrounding area. Contact us if you’d like more information.