Crowne Plaza Jacksonville Airport is a hotel near Prime F. Osborn Convention Center, positioned 6 miles from it. Ramada By Wyndham Jacksonville/Baymeadows Hotel & Conf Cntr is an affordable choice that is only a 15-minute walk from Annunciation Orthodox Church and a 5-minute walk from Front Page Grille & Bar restaurant.
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Visitors who want to explore Jacksonville's tourist places can try a hotel near Jacksonville Public Library Main Branch, such as Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront surrounded by a theater and a museum. If you want to be closer to Prime F. Osborn Convention Center, consider Omni Jacksonville Hotel, a 4-star choice only a 10-minute walk.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Jacksonville
If you want luxurious conditions during your stay in Jacksonville, select Hyatt Place Jacksonville St. Johns Town Center, a 4-star hotel with facilities, such as free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a golf course. With its fabulous views of the garden, Courtyard Jacksonville Butler Boulevard is situated in Southpoint-Butler Blvd district, offering a tennis court, a Jacuzzi and tubing. Courtyard Jacksonville Flagler Center and Courtyard Jacksonville Airport Northeast near Bravoz Entertainment Center should be at the top of your list if you prefer reliable service.
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A trip to Jacksonville would not be complete without seeing Prime F. Osborn Convention Center, so you may consider staying at the comfortable apartments, such as Contemporary + Modern 2Br Apt In Downtown and Upscale 2Br Apt In Downtown Jacksonville. Open + Bright 2Br Apt In Baymeadows is a B&B apartment situated within walking distance from key attractions of Jacksonville such as Legal Studies Institute. Enjoy family time in Hampton Inn Jacksonville-I-295 East/Baymeadows, a family friendly hotel in SE Jacksonville-Baymeadows district. Hampton Inn & Suites Jacksonville South - Bartram Park is a popular resort to stay in Jacksonville, it comes with free self-parking and an outdoor swimming pool as well as views of the garden.
City Guide: Discover the best of Jacksonville
As a sacred Greek fountain - Pierian Spring - fabled to inspire those who drink from it, Jacksonville is almost the same, but in Florida.
It could be the magic of the Trout River located entirely within Jacksonville that inspired Don Estridge, today's "father of the IBM PC" to make decisions that dramatically changed the computer industry. A child of Jacksonville, he converted his hometown into an ''alma mater'' of high-tech with PC knocking at every door in Jacksonville.
If you are puzzled by the origins of the ''high-tech fever'' that enhanced the world of late 1980s, than pack your suitcases to Jacksonville. Booked.net can assist you in this if browse our comprehensive list of hotels available on-line. We have collected them all with maps, photos and secure forms. From cheap hotels in Jacksonville to those with luxuries find something for you at Booked.net.
While modern technologies owe their birth to Estridge, the impressive cityscape of Jacksonville and its mainly post-modern architecture is the work of local architect Henry Klutho. Jacksonville has a skyline dominated by the tallest building - the Bank of America Tower with a height of 188m and 42 floors up. Other attractions include;
- Hemming Plaza is a block sized park in the center of downtown Jacksonville
- Fort Caroline National Memorial, the French fort destroyed by Spanish troops from St. Augustine
- Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, a home to a large number of contemporary art exhibits
- The Jacksonville Landing, a festival gathering place located downtown on the north bank of the St. Johns River
Even more to be noted about the Jacksonville Landing as besides a site for concerts, political rallies or other events it serves as an open-air mall with great places for romantic walks in the evening. Meanwhile, hot summer days in Jacksonville fit best with time at the beach.
Where to go sunbathing? Jacksonville has three beach towns that generally blend together in sandy mix. But one of them to be especially noted - it is to the south and named Ponte Vedra Beach, where many celebrities and sport stars live including actor Gene Hackman and the NFL's Mark Brunell.
However, luxury houses privately owned by rich and famous weren't always dotted along the St Johns River. More than 6000 years ago, the area was inhabited by the Timucuan Indians and Europeans arrived only in 1562 when expedition by French Huguenot explorer Jean Ribalt was conducted. After this, just like today wealthy northerners came there to escape from cold winters.
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