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Rachel & Andrew Jackson Suite (1767 - 1845)

We call the Rachel & Andrew Jackson Suite our Bridal Suite because it was designed for guests to feel their most pampered. This lavishly decorated deluxe California King suite features all new bedding, a private bath with shower/tub and double sinks, separate lounge area with love seat and chair, microwave, mini fridge, antique writing desk, 2 flat screen televisions with cable/satellite, complimentary WiFi, large hanging closet, and more. Andrew Jackson was born near the border between North and South Carolina to an immigrant family of Scots-Irish farmers. Jackson has been referred to as the Cavalier of Tennessee, the hero of New Orleans, and a President of the people. Jackson was an American military hero who captured Pensacola twice when it was the capitol of Spanish West Florida. The first time was in 1814 as part of a military campaign in the War of 1812. The second time was in 1818 during the Seminole Wars. Jackson then went on to establish an American provisional government in the city. Jackson returned to Pensacola in 1821 and, while serving as Governor, oversaw the transfer of Florida to the United States. On July 17, 1821, with his wife Rachel, Jackson and the Spanish government exchanged flags in Plaza Ferdinand, the park at intersection of Palafox and Zarragosa Streets, located across from the T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum. Jackson was elected in 1828 and served as the seventh President of the United States for two terms spanning 1829 to 1837.
New World Inn & Skopelos at New World Temporarily Closed

Due to the impacts of Hurricane Sally, both New World Inn and Skopelos at New World are temporarily closed. We hope to re-open as soon as power is restored and we have had a chance to assess/repair any damages. Please follow us on social media for up-to-the-minute updates. Read More

Celebrating 61 Years with Throwback August at Skopelos

AUGUST ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL BRINGS SKOPELOS CLASSICS TO THE TABLE There have been many a-storied classic dishes served at Skopelos: From Chef Silivos’ decadent stuffed shrimp, to the baked snapper with a special secret Silivos family garlic-butter recipe, to the glorious frosted fudge pie originally served at Driftwood restaurant before it closed and shared its recipe with … Read More

Now Open Dinner & Sunday Brunch Only

Due to current circumstances, Skopelos at New World is suspending its lunch service for the immediate future. Dinner service and Sunday brunch remain open. It is our hope that lunch service will resume in the fall; we will make that announcement as the time gets closer. In order to ensure we are following the state's mandates … Read More