Known as the oldest city in the United States, St Augustine is a city in Florida
that is steeped in history and tradition. While many people visit the historical
town for its museums and shopping, others stay in the beach hotels in St Augustine.
Resorts in St Augustine are smaller than other Florida
beach resorts, yet they offer many different things to do as well as some
of the finest Florida beaches. St Augustine lodging tends to be more expensive
in the winter, although it’s common for visitors to find deals on beach hotels
in St Augustine almost all year round.
One option for St Augustine hotels is the Castillo Real St Augustine Beach. Located near the historical district of St. Augustine and just steps from the Atlantic Ocean, this choice of beach hotels in St Augustine offers a number of recreational opportunities such as a spa and fitness center offering massages and facials, a steam room, an outdoor pool and hot tub, and a full-service restaurant. Each room is adorned with wood and marble furnishings and offers free wireless internet access as well as two queen or one king sized bed, a writing desk, and free daily newspaper delivery.
If you’re looking for Mediterranean-style St Augustine hotels, try the Casa
Monica hotel. The upscale hotel’s 138 guest rooms are decorated with mahogany
furnishings, wrought iron beds, and feather duvets. Suites with wet bars, a
microwave, and a mini-fridge are also available. High speed internet access
is available for an extra charge. Hotel guests can enjoy horse drawn carriage
rides around town or marvel at the hotel’s collection of antique cars. For relaxation,
guests can use the hotel’s pool and workout facility or swim in the ocean of
the nearby Serenata Beach Club. The Casa Monica is also near several award-winning
The Monterey Inn is one of the many options for St Augustine lodging that is friendly on the budget. Located on Matanzas Bay in St Augustine, the hotel features 59 rooms with queen or king sized beds as well as efficiency units with a kitchen. The hotel has a swimming pool and a sundeck and is on the route of the Old Town Trolley Tour, which stops at several different St Augustine hotels and historical sites around the city. The hotel has a casual restaurant that serves big breakfast platters, burgers, hot dogs, and salads.
Whether you’re looking for beach hotels in St Augustine for Florida
beach weddings or you’re interested in a Florida vacation at the last minute,
there are many different options for St Augustine lodging. St. Augustine is
only a 45-minute drive to Jacksonville
and Ponte Vedra Beach,
making it a convenient destination for a weekend trip from those two cities.