St. Augustine, Florida Hotel near Historic Downtown
Staying at the Country Inn & Suites St. Augustine means enjoying easy access to this historic city's best attractions while you recharge inside your comfortable accommodations
. You can explore the impressive Castillo de San Marco, the historic Colonial Spanish Quarter and the Oldest Wooden School House in America, all within easy reach. After experiencing the city's history, head over to the St. Augustine Outlets for some first-rate shopping, or drive a short distance to the area's best beaches. There are a variety of tour operators near this St. Augustine, Florida hotel that offer pick-up and drop-off service for sightseers. Golf enthusiasts appreciate that our hotel is only 20 minutes from The Players Championship TPC Sawgrass
Experience these nearby attractions:
- Alligator Farm Zoological Park (3.1 miles)
Get up close and personal with some of Florida's most famous reptilian residents at this park, and then zipline over animal exhibits and through trees inhabited by tropical birds.
Phone: +1 (904) 824-3337
- Castillo de San Marcos Spanish Fort (1.5 miles)
Explore this preserved 17th-century fort that remains as a symbol of the Spanish colonization of Florida in the late 1600s.
Phone: +1 (904) 829-6506 Ext. 227
- Colonial Spanish Quarter (1.4 miles)
Step back in time to Florida's colonization at the Colonial Spanish Quarter. Visitors can climb a watchtower for a glimpse of the bay, handle a 17th-century replica musket and hear costumed interpreters tell stories about early colonial residents.
Phone: +1 (904) 342-2857
- Lightner Museum (1.7 miles)
Dedicated to preserving the history of Florida's Gilded and Victorian Ages, this museum houses three floors of period clothing, furniture, cut glass and other artifacts.
Phone: +1 (904) 824-2874
- Mission Nombre De Dios (1 mile)
Stop by this 16th-century Spanish church, the site of America's first parish Mass and mission.
Phone: +1 (904) 824-2809
- Old Florida Museum (0.1 miles)
The Old Florida Museum recreates the life of a settler during the colonization of Florida through engaging displays and hands-on exhibits.
Phone: +1 (904) 824-8874
- Old Town Trolley Tours (0.5 miles)
Take a trolley tour to see the best historic sights in America's oldest city.
Phone: +1 (904) 829-3800
- Oldest Wooden School House (1.2 miles)
Dating back to the period of Spanish Imperial rule, this 200-year-old school house was constructed of red cedar, cypress and wooden pegs. Don't miss the displays of utensils and books used by students.
Phone: +1 (888) 653-7245
- Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park (0.7 miles)
This 15-acre, waterfront park is the site of the oldest continually inhabited European colony in America and Ponce de Leon's famed "Fountain of Youth." Experience the history of the site through professional, costumed reenactors, a replica, 16th-century Spanish cannon and beautiful meandering gardens.
Phone: +1 (904) 829-3168
- St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum (3.3 miles)
This historic lighthouse is home to an extensive collection of World War II artifacts and photos, as well as an oral history library.
Phone: +1 (904) 829-0745
Marking its 450th year since becoming a city, St. Augustine commemorates with a variety of exciting exhibits and activities in 2015.