Had a great stay would recommend to my friends staff was very helpful in all aspects of our stay with them great location to down town staff hooked us up with shuttle so we didn't have to drive and was only a couple of bucks
The “Nation's Oldest City,” St. Augustine is a unique place, ready to rouse your historical intrigue with original narrow streets, old-world sights and quaint charm. Situated along the eastern coast of Florida, St. Augustine is located south of Jacksonville and north of Daytona Beach, with pristine beaches and incredible seaside vistas. Simultaneously boasting European and American character, it's not just the history buffs who are easily lured in.
The Castillo de San Marcos transports you back in time as you enter the fortress gates. Originally built by Spanish explorers, it is the oldest masonry fort in America, and the monument offers a glimpse into the different cultures that have influenced Florida's culture.
The original exploration site of Juan Ponce de Leon, the 15-acre waterfront of the archaeological park is another place of interest for those with a curiosity for America's past. If you're traveling with your four-legged furry friend, the park is pet-friendly, too. You can even purchase “magical” water from the Spring of Eternal Hope for yourself or as the perfect vacation gift for a loved one at home.
St. Augustine Beach offers a fishing pier, volleyball courts, a pavilion and fine dining, all near the St. Johns County Pier. The beach is also ideal for a relaxing day of fishing before dressing up for an evening out. Crescent Beach is located three miles south of St. Augustine Beach, and provides long walks along the gorgeous Florida coast.
Founded in 1996 in one of the old East Coast Railway buildings, San Sebastian Winery offers daily wine tasting, complimentary tours and an extensive wine shop. Enjoy incredible views and live music on the weekends at The Cellar Upstairs in their wine, jazz and blues bar on the rooftop!
With many accommodations offering sea views, it's easy to feel relaxed in St Augustine, whether on work or pleasure.
A boutique-style hotel, the Ocean Sands Beach Inn sits on Vilano Beach, just four miles from the historical downtown. Guests get to enjoy private beach access and views of sunsets over the surround wetlands. A heated outdoor pool, free daily newspaper, and bathtubs in each room promise a very comfortable stay.
This historical hotel is full of surprises. Beautifully set in a Moorish-style building built in 1888, the guestrooms feature modern entertainment such as Bose sound systems, Wi-Fi and Nintendo consoles. Enjoy a Starbucks coffee and delectable pastries from the hotel's Café Cordova, or an elegant dinner at the delightful 96 Cordova restaurant.
With incredible views of St. Augustine's Old Town district and the Castillo de San Marcos, the St. George Inn is situated on a pedestrian-only street. Visit the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse next door or enjoy evening walks through the heart of St. Augustine. Every room features a satellite television, a quaint sitting area and a small refrigerator. Ask for a suite with a spa tub and balcony views for a luxurious stay.
St. Augustine is centrally located between Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) 47 miles away and Daytona Beach Airport (DAB) 52 miles away. Interstate 95 is the best way to reach the St. Augustine area quickly by car, but you'll need to take a smaller state freeway to complete the trip.
We had a wonderful night! Thank you for a clean room and a warm breakfast
Nice hotel, quiet. Comfortable bed and roomy. Would stay here again
Even though I've lived in Jacksonville for 20 yrs, I'm always a tourist, when I come to St. Augustine. This time I was in St. Augustine on business and had to stay in a hotel.
A decent hotel with nothing really good or really bad standing out. Some employees were more helpful than others, the gentleman making waffles on 2/11/18 was helpful by giving us some tips about the area. The hotel is in the midst of a remodel and you could tell the room had recently been painted. But it looks like it wasn't completed yes, or at least I hope it wasn't. There are holes in the walls where a clothes rack was hung/moved, the walls still had white patches and hadn't been properly painted. The fixtures, counters, and tiles all seem to be of a better quality but all the work seems to be kind of substandard. The bathroom is the smallest I've ever been in and a larger person may have issues getting in and closing the door. I wouldn't be upset if I had to stay here again but I'd ask for a room in the back away from the road noise.