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5 reviews
This luxurious 300-acre Green Lodging oceanfront resort features 250 spacious and upscale guest rooms and suites housed in 10 low-rise buildings. — Frommer's
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5 reviews
This Mediterranean-revival oceanfront resort—with its white-stucco exterior and Spanish roof tiles—is luxury lodging at its best. — Fodor's
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5 reviews
The first thing you notice at One Ocean is that the service is divine — from the valet to your personal docent who looks after your every need. — Afar Magazine
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3 reviews
Guests know what to expect from the Ritz—elegance, superb comfort, excellent service—and the Amelia Island location is no exception. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
It's not an oceanfront resort, but this is just a technicality: the exclusive oceanfront Cabana Beach Club is just a three-minute drive or free shuttle ride away. — Fodor's
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5 reviews
Overlooking the St. John's River, this hotel is surrounded by an array of activities, like local golf courses and the famous Jacksonville Landing. — Gayot
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5 reviews
Within sight of Jax Landing, this 354-room hotel has lavish, amenity-laden rooms... just perfect for decompressing. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
it's small, but Casa Marina's creature comforts and rich history... make it a hit with those looking for a peaceful, characterful retreat. — Fodor's
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4 reviews
Off the coast of Florida, the Elizabeth Pointe Lodge channels a Nantucket vibe—and has a room configuration for every type of traveler. — Travel + Leisure
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4 reviews
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. — Travel + Leisure
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1 review
A luxury B&B in the historic Riverside area, the Inn at Oak Street is just 2 miles from downtown Jax, but worlds away. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
Opened in 2009 and updated in late 2015, the stylish, upper-middle-range Hotel Indigo Deerfield Park sits near a peaceful lake in an upscale community. — Oyster
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1 review
The emphasis is on family-oriented accommodations and activities, including golf courses (54 holes, some oceanfront), 23 Har-Tru tennis courts, and expansive spa facilities. — Fodor's
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1 review
Built in 1876, the Addison has modern upgrades (whirlpool tubs, deluge showers, Turkish-cotton towels and wi-fi) that'll trick you into thinking it was finished last week. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Located on the St. John's River, in a location that suits both business and leisure travelers, this remains one of the better midrange hotels in the city. — Star Service
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2 reviews
Although it's at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort, this family-friendly restaurant is open to nonresort guests, many of whom drive in from Jacksonville. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
In the early 1900s this was one of 50 or so mansions lining Riverside. Now there are only two left, and you're invited to enjoy its lovely rooms with full breakfast. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
You can enjoy the grace and elegance of the past and all the modern amenities at this surprisingly inexpensive B&B... within Jacksonville's historic Riverside neighborhood. — Fodor's
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1 review
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. — Travel + Leisure
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1 review
The water views and the pecan-pie-sweet Mrs Dickert – who prepares full, hot Southern breakfasts – make this place a gem. — Lonely Planet
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