THE PERFECT PLACE TO LAY YOUR HEAD
Whether you’re coming for a quick sail or staying for a complete American Sail Association certification run, St. Augustine has the perfect place to lay your head. This amazing city has so many options – are you all about the luxury, an intimate bed and breakfast aficionado or are you a hip and quirky traveler? We’ve got you covered!
INN AT CAMACHEE COVE
You can’t get any closer to us than this! The Inn at Camachee Harbor is situated right on the water, with most rooms opening onto the harbor. The property features a swimming pool and barbecue grill area; the marina is also home to the Kingfish Grille restaurant and us, St. Augustine Sailing! You’ll be able to hop right onto one of our luxury yachts. Camachee Harbor is at the base of the Vilano Bridge, just outside of the hustle and bustle of downtown St. Augustine.
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS – VILANO
Holiday Inn Express is a popular hotel chain, but you’ll feel right at home in this airy property. The hotel is perched on the southern tip of Vilano Beach, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the St. Augustine Inlet and the Matanzas River. Vilano is a quaint beach community that offers secluded beaches, fine dining, casual eateries and is less than ten minutes from our home port. Each room boasts a balcony and is loaded with amenities.
THE LOCAL – ST AUGUSTINE
This fun and funky spot echoes the kitsch of retro Florida but with all the modern conveniences. Each room is thoughtfully-decorated with nostalgic throwbacks and as comfy as home. Their fully-integrated app makes staying there a breeze – you can check in, unlock your room, find a restaurant, check out the motels FAQs and more. The Local – St. Augustine is just across the St. Augustine Inlet from us, on Anastasia Island. Step out the door, and there are tons of walkable and bikeable (check out the sweet bikes available for use) local spots, including food, nightlife and attractions.
CASA MONICA RESORT & SPA
The towers of Casa Monica are as iconic as their four-star service. Champagne greets you in your room, furnished with classic pieces that harken to the history of the building. Relax in one of Casa Monica’s cabanas by their rooftop pool with a cocktail when you’re not out sailing. Their on-site restaurant, Costa Brava, is a Mediterranean dream. And for a truly pampered experience, book services in the Poseidon Spa. You’ll find live music, a sumptuous bar and a Starbucks café all without leaving the hotel.
MARKER 8 HOTEL & MARINA
Situated right at the entrance to the historic district of St. Augustine, this unique waterfront hotel is secreted away on Anastasia Island. The property features 26 nautically-themed rooms and a cantilevered boardwalk where guests can stroll, relax and watch amazing sunsets over St. Augustine. Downtown is just a short walk away, over the Bridge of Lions, where a landscape of food and fun await.
ST AUGUSTINE SAILING'S RECOMMENDATION
THE COLLECTOR LUXURY INN & GARDENS
Do you want luxury that matches our pristine yachts? The Collector is it. Named among the top 15 resorts in Florida, The Collector is an adults-only resort (ages 16 and older welcome) that prides itself on immersing its guests in the art, history and culture of St. Augustine. The Inn is hidden in the residential streets of downtown St. Augustine, housed in a collection of lovingly-restored original homes. Fireplaces, coquina walls and cool verandas add a unique touch to their bespoke rooms. After a day spent sailing, cozy up around a firepit and enjoy an artisanal cocktail from their on-property bar.
CEDAR HOUSE INN
Enjoy an across-the-board luxury experience with a stay at the Cedar House Inn. From the two-course breakfast served on crystal, china and linen to the luxuriously-appointed rooms, this Inn is on a quiet street sandwiched between the bustling downtown district and hip, historic Lincolnville. You’ll be able to walk to all of the historic sites and still be only a 15-minute drive from St. Augustine Sailing.
WORLD GOLF VILLAGE RENAISSANCE ST AUGUSTINE
Just up I-95 lies the Renaissance, an expansive resort that offers spacious rooms and access to some of the best golf courses in the area. Just a short jaunt south on the interstate will take you right to our port, so don’t worry about missing out. World Golf Village boasts golf courses designed by masters like Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. At the AAA Four-Diamond Renaissance World Village Resort, you can relax in the pool or live it up in their gaming room when you’re not sailing or golfing.
THE HIBISCUS REPORT
If you’re coming into town for a longer stay or want a more private living space, consider the Hibiscus Resort. Located on St. Augustine Beach, it offers daily, weekly and monthly condo rentals. These secluded rentals have three pools and two Jacuzzis on the property, a private boardwalk to the beach, a clubhouse, a fitness center, conveniently located grills and a tennis court where you can serve it up.
NORTH BEACH CAMP RESPORT
Perhaps you like to travel with your own bed, kitchen and bathroom, rough it in a tent or embrace a rustic cabin experience. You’ll definitely want to check out the North Beach Camp Resort. They have tent and RV sites available, as well as single and double cabins. Nestled on Vilano Beach, between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, you can enjoy the sunrise over the waves and sunset in the marsh hammock.