You Can Spend the Night at F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald's Former Home in Montgomery
It may not be a diamond as big as the Ritz, but you can stay in a slightly more modest abode that F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife, Zelda, once called home in Montgomery, Alabama. While the couple moved many times over the years, F. Scott Fitzgerald is said to have penned portions of Tender Is the Night and Save Me the Waltz while living at this residence.
While The Fitzgerald Musuem occupies most of the space, a two-bedroom apartment on the second floor has recently been furnished and made available to the public on Airbnb. Currently, the residence is booked solid through May and the listing has been removed from the site. To learn more you can call (334) 264- 4222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. In the time being, to indulge in a little wanderlust, mix up a gin rickey (the author's favorite drink), and see photos of the apartment below.
“It's a funny thing about comin' home..."
A Playful Pillow
A Collection of Tchotchkes
A Peek in the Bedroom
A Cozy Nook
What a Lamp!
A Sitting Area
Page through a copy of "Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald" in this inviting space.