The hotel building has 27 rooms upstairs, with about 4 bathrooms, according to current building owner Jimmy Goram, who repaired the roof of the building in 2005. Until 2004, when Hurricane Ivan damaged the roof, people had been renting rooms upstairs, though the hotel had long been closed.
The hotel had been in operation at least since the late 1930s, when the picture below was taken.
A cafe inside was called Jaye's Cafe and seems to have been in existence during the Depression years and into the early 1950s. An interview with Jimmy Goram revealed stories about Jaye's regionally-acclaimed 10-cents-per-gallon soup.
From about the early 1950s until the mid-1970s, the building housed Godwin's Hotel and Cafe.
Lou Dunn, a Frisco Ciy resident, describes the building.
Th building is now used for storage.