Room 11

Governor George Johnstone (1730 - 1787)

This comfortable room features a king size bed with all new linens, private bath with shower/tub, hair dryer, tea/coffee maker, writing desk, flat screen TV, complimentary WiFi, daily room service, and more. Governor Johnstone was the first governor of British West Florida. He came to Pensacola in October of 1764 and inaugurated civil government after more than a year of military rule in the province.Johnstone was assisted by a council of twelve, which included the chief justice. In 1766, elections were held for an assembly drawn from the five districts of the colony. Under Johnston’s leadership, these elections provided the first representative government ever enjoyed here in Pensacola.In 1767, following trouble with military and civilians, he was recalled as governor. His leadership provided direction in transforming Pensacola from a small Spanish outpost into an 18th century British colonial village.Johnstone introduced desirable community standards, helped to improve law and order, encouraged the assignment of quality tradesmen, and instituted a form of representation government.
Skopelos Greek Wine Dinner

 Join us on Thursday, October 10th at 6:30pm when Executive Chef Gus Silivos hosts his 3rd annual Greek Wine Dinner! With live Greek music, exceptional Greek wines, and perfectly paired Greek cuisine from Chef Silivos and the Skopelos Culinary Team, this is always one of our most popular wine dinners of the year.The menu for … Read More

Celebrating 60 Years With 25% Off Entrees All August Long

Skopelos is celebrating its momentous 60th anniversary this August! Since opening at Cervantes and M Street back in 1959, Skopelos has been a staple in the Penascola landscape...and we couldn't have done it without you! To share our thanks for your incredible support, we are giving 25% off all regular menu lunch plates & dinner … Read More

60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee

SUNDAY, AUGUST 25 3:00pm - 6:00pm **UPDATE 8/23: Online ticket sales for the Diamond Jubilee have closed. Tickets may still be purchased at Skopelos, 600 S. Palafox St., until the event has sold out.** All things old are new again when Skopelos celebrates its 60th anniversary with the Diamond Jubilee!For one afternoon only on August 25, Executive Gus … Read More