For a budget hotel in St. Augustine, you might want to choose Holiday Isle Oceanfront Resort or Travelodge By Wyndham Suites St Augustine. 35 cheap accommodation deals provide easy access to One King Street.
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Where to stay in St. Augustine?
Best cheap hotels in St. Augustine
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you want to visit the major tourist attractions in St. Augustine, then stay at Casa Monica, Autograph Collection, a 4-star hotel in the heart of the city. The 3-star Agustin Inn (Adults Only) is at the heart of St. Augustine and offers comfy accommodation at around 169US$ per night. For a hotel in the iconic Historic district, choose Best Western Historical Inn that comes with an outdoor swimming pool, a swimming pool and tubing.
If Red Pineapple is your main focus, you could stay at The Bayfront Inn and Peace And Plenty Inn in the city center as they are close by. If you want to be as close as possible to Old Town Trolley, Days Inn By Wyndham St Augustine/Historic Downtown and Hampton Inn St. Augustine-Historic District are your best choices.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in St. Augustine
Located 9 miles from Splash Waterpark, luxury Splash Waterpark offers a picnic area, a patio and tubing. The closest boutique hotels near Alligator Farm Zoological Park are Castillo Real, Ascend Hotel Collection and Hilton Garden Inn St. Augustine Beach. If other hotels aren't what you're looking for, try Days Inn By Wyndham St. Augustine West or Best Western St. Augustine Beach Inn - the reliable hotels near Butterfield Garage Art Gallery.
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Think about staying at Sand Dollar 2-405 or Sea Haven 216, 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, Ocean Front, Pool, Wifi, if you'd like to take advantage of staying at B&B. Consider staying at Best Western Plus St. Augustine I-95 with family-friendly amenities like an outdoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and a private swimming pool. Guests traveling to St. Augustine should consider one of the 35 resorts, such as The Ponce St. Augustine Hotel, which offers a golf course, diving and canoeing with views of the city.
City Guide: Discover the best of St. Augustine
St Augustine is a gateway to Florida's origins.
This is a right destination to get dose of Florida's sun and history. The city is full of history being the oldest destination in Florida and the United States. St Augustine was mentioned in chronicles 42 years before Jamestown saw the English and 55 years earlier than hen Plymouth Rock was pioneered by the first pilgrims.
St Augustine is so packed with history that makes it impossible to bypass. Booked.net can help you experience that history up close with a stay in the city. Be it a room in cheap hotel in St Augustine or luxury offers we have collected them all at Booked.net. You can check out hotel offers listed with maps, photos and secure forms exclusive to Booked.net.
St Augustine was established as a small European settlement in 1565 by Pedro Menendez and its timeline continued to the era of railroad pioneer Henry Flagler in the 1800s and its 400th birthday of St. Augustine's in 1965. Today St. Augustine is soaked in its glorious past and the easiest way to understand this city is to take in its past on a tour of the historic relics of St Augustine.
The heart of the historic St Augustine is tiny pedestrian St George Street. There you will find 18th century colonial houses blending with arts and antiques of local museums. For example, the Spanish Quarter is called a living museum with minor changes from the life there dating back to 1740s.
Other attractions include;
- Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, an ancient fort built by the Spanish in the 1600s
- Florida's Oldest House, a museum complex with Florida's Oldest House, two museums, gallery and an ornamental garden
- Fort Matanzas National Monument, a small watchtower built by the Spanish in the 1740s
- St Augustine Lighthouse and Museum dates back to the 1870s when it was constructed on the northern end of Anastasia Island
You can make your sightseeing complete with unforgettable cruise in the surrounding waters of St Augustine. During your water adventure you will see numerous waterfront landmarks and scenic views.
For instance, you can make a stop for the San Sebastian winery to taste local wines and you are going to be enticed by their sweetness. St Augustine wine is so sweet because the local grape - a muscadine is very sweet and it is that taste that makes these wines popular throughout the world.
With Booked.net you can get more than a bottle of wine and striking sightseeing tour in St Augustine, but also a comfortable stay.