I don't know what the other rooms are like, but we got #113, paying more for a 1-bedroom suite ($99/night on their web site). Wow. It was huge. Giant living/dining room with a bank of bay windows directly on the water, great view facing west, back door opens onto the deck over the water. Easy 6-minute walk over the bridge into old town, though I will tell you my companions (1 adult, 1 teen) wouldn't do it till the last day because it was hot out & I guess they thought it was going to be exhausting. Ample bedroom w/ a separate A/C unit to keep things extra-cool, smallish bathroom which was more than adequate, and a giant kitchen with big fridge, toaster oven, microwave, coffeemaker, dishwasher, garbage disposal. Nice little private library of paperback books and magazines.
Those seeking luxury may not like the room b/c the carpet was very stained, blankets are clean but stained, and the kitchen floor could have done with another mopping. It's an old-style Florida motel with the pool in the center of the parking lot, no landscaping. When you look at the outside you think, ok, this isn't going to be fabulous. However, it was great for us. Free parking, easy drive to St. Augustine Beach too (which has a section you can drive on with a beach pass, though we never did figure out where to get a pass).
Take note, though, that if you are getting a regular room (much cheaper), it's not going to be like this. Most of those rooms have a back door onto the same deck, but with 2 small windows it's not going to be the same view (though you can just step outside and sit on your rocking chair). They also don't have fridges or microwaves and they appear to be a regular hotel room size.
I couldn't get the Internet in the room to work, and the front desk had no idea.
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