Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in St. Augustine does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Historic Inn St. Augustine, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to some of St. Augustine's most popular landmarks, such as Black Raven Pirate Ship (0.8 km) and Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine (1.0 km), Historic Inn St. Augustine is a great destination for tourists.
Historic Inn St. Augustine is a budget friendly hotel offering a refrigerator and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy a pool, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting St. Augustine. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While staying in St. Augustine, you can check out a popular Indian restaurant like Namaste Indian Restaurant, which is serving up some great dishes.
Should time allow, St. George Street, St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, Inc., and Flagler College are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Historic Inn St. Augustine looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to St. Augustine.
We originally booked this room because it was reasonably priced and close to the historic district of down town. When we arrived to check in the lady in the office acted as if we were bothering her being there. I made the reservation online which included 4 guests and apparently she thought i only had 2 guests. When they give you the room key they also give you the tv remote, i have never seen this at any other hotel/motel. We get to our room and immediately realize we had made a mistake booking here. They leave the window open when the room is unoccupied and the a/c off. This is Florida so it was 90 degrees that day with near 100% humidity. The sheets were stained and covered in burn holes. The sink was cracked in several spots, the light over vanity was cracked and repaired with clear tape. The towels were well past their usable life and discolored. The phone was not working in the room. Beds were wrapped in plastic and there were numerous stains and splatters on the walls of who knows what. This was all topped off by the extremely poor customer service. We had needed a couple extra pillows at night because there was 4 of us and only one pillow per person. The night manager did not want to give us the pillows and when we told him the phone wasn't working he just said "yea, phone don't work". Just being in the check in office for a few minutes, i got the feeling that the lady and man were living in there and there was personal items strewn about. Looking into the back room of the office it seemed more lived in and filthy. This motel false advertises their amenities and should be shut down for the state of the rooms. There is no way that the place is up to code or sanitary. Next time we will spend the extra $100 to go to a reputable hotel near town.…
I still can’t believe I stayed there. When I read Historic Inn I thought it would be old and quaint! It was anything but! Older yes...needs renovation badly. Rooms smell of cigarette smoke and they are very run down. I thought about leaving but was too pooped. I could not get out of there soon enough! Hopefully the owners will clean it up or tear it down and start over.
sadly disappointed but we arrived on saturday afternoon and love the area but there was not a lot available so we chose this one. sadly the condition of this hotel is detiorating rapidly. the room was non smoking but is right at the smoking area outside so needless to say, the smell came in through the open windows which i closed and then through the air conditioning...yuck! it is not very clean but the bed was comfortable. however not the nicest bedding...needs bleach and lots of tide. the pool was not open but it is within walking distance of the downtown. The managers/owners were very nice, but the hotel needs a LOT of TLC
Awful, awful, awful, accomodations. Filthy, nasty, rusty, musty, dirty, stinking, broken-down, disgusting. When brought our blankets from the car and sleep on top of them on top of the beds. We were afraid to get under the sheets. Mold in the AC/Heater. Cracks everywhere, in the walls, in the tile, in the door. Prisons must be better than this room was.
This was an absolutely disgusting motel room. I was not expecting a palace, but I expected something at least liveable. The bed sheets had blood stains and other unmentionables, there were cigarette burns on the sheets and duvet, actual poop on the outside of the toilet bowl and the seat, hair in the drains, mould growing everywhere, a TV straight from the 80s, lamp shades that were shredded and no free wifi like advertised. When we returned to our room from a day out and saw it for the first time, we were absolutely disgusted. We went to the man at the desk who was rude, and he gave us a new room. WHile this one didn’t have blood on the sheets and poop on the toilet, it wasn’t that much better. Because they don’t offer refunds after 30minutes of check in, we didn’t bother and just accepted we would have to shower somewhere else to really be clean. We paid almost $100 dollars to feel disgusted and unclean in a smear of motel room. Avoid at all costs…