Hotels in Jacksonville Area
Bunk at one of the island’s best B&Bs, housed in one of Fernandina’s signature Victorians with central tower, 12-foot ceilings, mahogany staircase, and heart pine floors.
446-room resort on a barrier island 35 miles from Jacksonville. All rooms have private balconies with coastal views. A roster of daily activities includes guided nature walks along sand dunes and evening bonfires.
Spanish-colonial-style hotel on a barrier island with an intimate feel, thanks to a high staff-to-guest ratio.
Just two blocks from the St. Johns River, this three-story home has been carefully restored since it was built in 1902 as the home of a well-to-do entrepreneur. A pitched gable roof shelters the 600-square-foot main house, which has six uniquely decorated rooms.
The charming inn (1857) is the state’s oldest hotel. The veranda-rimmed Cracker-style building houses 22 individually decorated en suite rooms, half with working fireplaces. There’s also a camellia-heavy garden.
Moorish-style grandeur in an 1888 property once owned by railroad tycoon Henry Flagler, who developed much of Florida’s eastern coast.
This well-priced B&B located in the appealing suburban hub of Riverside-Avondale has four en suite colonial-style rooms, some with river views. The free afternoon tea is a bonus.
Known for its affable British owners, the motel has kitchenette-equipped rooms right on the ocean, plus a heated outdoor pool and even a BBQ area.
1928 golf-and-tennis resort for the preppy set on a 300-acre oceanfront site 20 miles southeast of Jacksonville.