Carpet in the whole hotel needs to be ripped out and refreshed. The hallway to the right wings rooms smell of cleaner and nothing but. The room itself is just nasty with little attention to detail. Shower was nasty and fridge had people's shit in it from the stay before. Highly doubt room was cleaned ...
The staff was very helpfull and nice The breafast was exelent
We had to move to another room as the toilet leaked an kept flushing every 4-5 min.
We're accustomed to light switches inside bathtoom! Pranksters enjoyed them being outside bathroom door😒. Room thermostat was set at 50 when we entered room-took some warming up time! Staff was very professional & friendly.
Upon arrival I was greeted by Sheena at front desk. She was great and presentable. Rooms were very clean and neat. I would say almost up to the standards of a Marriott. Now the breakfast was one of the best I've seen. They have two servers. Don't forget to tip them. Lots of varieties from fruits, ...
The room was very nice with comfortable beds and a good AC unit. I loved the pool and location. Breakfast was good but a pretty small selection.
It was ok. They can do a better job in cleaning. It was hair found in the bathtub and in the sheets.
It was nice and clean. Will be coming back. Close enough to the mall and my friends.
A vacation with your furry friend is one of the best vacations you could have. After all, why would you want to miss sharing your vacation with your best buddy? Plus, bringing your dog to Jacksonville in Florida is not a problem at all. There are several pet-friendly hotels that allow you both to have a wonderful stay. Be sure to rent a car to make getting around town easier when either one of you gets tired.
With 22 miles of white beaches nearby to tan, relax in the sand, or take a dive in the Atlantic Ocean, this is a must-visit destination. There are five beaches in Jacksonville that welcome dogs on a leash. Atlantic Beach, Mayport Beach and Hannah Park welcome dogs all day until dusk. There are also restaurants available on those beaches that welcome you both on their outdoor patio. The other beaches only allow dogs before 9am and after 5pm. However, nothing beats a good morning or evening walk. From the beach area you are back in the city center within 30 minutes. There you'll find sights such as the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens and The Avenues.
Finding the right spot to eat can be challenging. Luckily, Jacksonville is known for its wonderful weather. As a result, many restaurants have outdoor patios to lounge and dine outside and enjoy the view. Especially at Jacksonville Beach, there is a multitude of restaurants available that welcome dogs outside. Jaxon Social is a fantastic example of not only a dog-friendly place but also a kid-friendly place. The Ugly Cupcake Muffinry & Cafe even have their own dog and welcome other dogs as well.