Our trip was dual purpose to meet the newest family member, 3 week old baby boy, and celebrate the matriachs 90th birthday. We stayed in the historic inn building of the property, the rooms are beautiful and well appointed. We had adjoining rooms, 364 is quite spacious and easily accomodates a wheelchair, the beds are very comfortable, and the room has a pleasant sitting area which made this room our gathering place. The rooms are well supplied. The wet bar had wine glasses, wine opener, candle, matches, can/bottle opener, coffee maker, coffee, mugs, and paper cups. The bathroom (364) had a walk in shower (363) had a jacuzzi and were stocked with plenty of towels, soap, shampoo, conditioner, liquid soap, skin lotion, shower cap, sewing kit and tv. Fold down service consisted of fresh towels, tomorrows itinerary, room service menu, and mint. When we woke the USA Today was hung on the door. If you are considering this location for a family gathering I highly recommend it. There are several comfortable areas to sit both indoors and out, a courtyard on the second floor is walled and has a fountain, there is another one flight up with an outdoor fireplace, the great room is flanked by large fireplaces and offers cushy seating and a spot for backgammon and the boys found the club bar with pool table their spot at night.
The true high point of PV Inn is the service it is both professional and personable and never insincere. All staff valet; bellmen; housekeeping; dining room and bar were very good. The front desk was good enough to open a shop after hours to get some antacid, that's service. Kudos to Liz (breakfast waitress), who was gracious, extremely accommodating and a great person to start the day; Becky (front desk) was a pleasure from the quick check in to the equally quick check out and all the time inbetween; Jennifer at The Seahorse provided excellent service and never showed strain when we may have nonintentionally ignored her. The weather was unseasonably cold so we did not make use of the 4 heated pools, beach, raquet courts or golf...fortunately that gives more reasons to return. The inn is less than an hour to St Augustine and a bit longer to Amelia Island, good day trips. We were all happy with meals at the Inn and I would highly recommend The Aqua Grill at Sawgrass Village just 10 minutes away. Target, Publix, ABC and CVS are all nearby.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A grand hotel with a storied pedigree, the AAA Five-Diamond rated Ponte Vedra Inn & Club brings to mind images of quiet opulence - of grace, stateliness and history. Located on a sprawling, 300-acre beachfront site in northeast Florida, the historic Inn offers a world of upscale accommodation paired with fine service and a wide array of leisure pursuits. At this year-round sporting paradise, active travelers can choose from seaside golf, tennis, fitness, swimming, surfing, cycling and more while a luxurious spa, picturesque beaches and delightful dining options lure those in search of relaxation and indulgence. Engaging children's activities, programs and services make the Inn an exceptional destination for family vacations. Ponte Vedra Inn & Club and its nearby sister property, The Lodge & Club, comprise the oceanfront luxury vacation experience known as Ponte Vedra Beach Resorts. Hotel guests enjoy reciprocal access to the amenities of both establishments. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ponte Vedra Inn And Club
- Ponte Vedra Inn & Club Hotel Ponte Vedra Beach
- Ponte Vedra Hotel
- Ponte Vedra Resort