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Reviewed March 14, 2013

My husband and I, along with another couple, just returned from six nights at the St. George Inn in St. Augustine. Our stay was based on Trip Advisor reviews as well as a desire to be close to St. Augustine's historic district. We were not disappointed.

Both couples stayed in a Castillo suite. These suites are located in a separate building from the other rooms at the Inn. Our suite, on one floor, looked out on the Castillo de San Marcos on one side and St. George street on the other. The wrap-around balcony was accessible from both our living and our bedrooms. Our friends stayed in a two story suite. That bedroom is on the second floor reached by a iron spiral staircase. It is a challenge to carry suitcases up those stairs. (Also important to note is that the only clothes hanging closet is located on the lower floor which is very inconvenient.)

Both bathrooms were very nice. A jetted tub/shower combination in our suite, a separate jetted tub and tiled shower in the other. Counter space in the bath is limited and the lighting a little dim, but there is a marble-topped vanity table in the one-floor suite which was great!
The suites have a small kitchenette, but there are no utensils other than a "bar utensil" selection. There is no microwave, and the coffeemaker is the one-cup-at-time variety. I think a small 4 - 6 cup coffee maker would be more in keeping with a suite designed to accommodate as many as 4 people. There are glasses and mugs and a small, not very well running, under-counter refrigerator with ice maker (it froze everything despite our attempts to adjust it).

The king bed was the most comfortable I've come across in a hotel for some time. Linens were nice, and the supply of towels good once I asked for some extra bath towels. Housekeeping was efficient and friendly on the one occaison we ran into them. All the hotel staff were friendly and helpful. We had a chance to meet and chat with the owner, Irving, several times. He is a very interesting guy.

The continental breakfast is adequate for making do until lunchtime. (Bagels, whole grain Artisan bread, thinly sliced ham, some cheese, juice, sweet fruit bread, yogurt, great coffee.)

There are some noise issues with staying "over the street". However, I think that is part of the charm of being able to stroll down the main street of the historic district from your front door. Most restaurants and stores are closed by 9 p.m., and the bars that remain open past that hour seemed to quiet down between 10 and 11 on weekdays. We were not there over Saturday night, but we did notice that things picked up on Friday night compared to the weekdays.

We were within walking distance of most of the things we wanted to do in St. Augustine. Also, we walked to dinner every night to some really good (and a couple of only adequate) restaurants. The area is charming, though the street cleaners get a very early start!

Without question, we would stay here again. We would also insist on the all on one floor suite. No spiral stairs for us!

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank MichiganJoyful
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Reviewed March 9, 2013

My niece and I recently enjoyed a 3 day Ghostly Getaway stay at the Inn..The Nina Room was clean, comfortable, nice window view of the Courtyard..close to everything!!..STAFF WAS JUST GREAT, helping us with a slight glitch with the Ghost Tour...fresh, tasty, choices for breakfast..Bathroom was not the best in convenience, however clean and certainly adequate..
Any future extended stays in St Augustine will certainly be spent at the St George Inn..

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with family
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Thank noma d
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Reviewed March 8, 2013

So - from the moment we checked in, till the time we left - the staff could not have been nicer or more helpful. We had a room with a balcony that had a "view" of the Fort (not really - the view was over the top of the air conditioning units of the buildings across the way).

The room was spotless but starting to appear a bit dated here and there (for one, ceiling in bathroom looked like they had a problem upstairs and patched away)

The location is right in the middle of the Old Town main area - so its a big plus to be walking to eating and shopping which is right outside your door -
Unfortunately - so is the noise - if you like to go to sleep early and need quiet - this room's with balcony are probably not a good choice. I am a light sleeper and in addition to the bar/street noise - whoever was staying in the room above us was clomping back and forth until 1am and must have had kids because clearly heard yelling a number of times (maybe St George should not be putting family on top floors above other units? just sayin)

Oh and the street noise starts right up again around 7am with cleaning and shopkeepers - so if you are wanting to "sleep in" - you better be a sound morning sleeper

On the flip side - when you want to sit on the (shared) balcony rocking chairs and watch the world go by - the people watching is pretty awesome (8-> !

Because of the great location - the Inn provides parking right across the Square - pretty close, so not a problem really - you drop off your bags and then park your car in the public garage - we never had a problem finding a spot in the couple of days we were there.

Bed was really comfortable, but the top bed cover was a wee bit spotty at the foot of the bed
You have your own cooling/heating unit so easy to get the room to the temperature you like.

Bathroom could have used a bit more "shelf" space - but it is an Inn and not a motel/hotel - so you make due for a few days.

TV and Wireless worked fine, plenty of outlets to charge up with.

Inn provides a light continental breakfast with fresh fruit , cheese, toast, yogurts, .... - so we are not big breakfast eaters and found the breakfast offering filled our needs. Plenty of local places to top it off if you need a big breakfast to get started - nice coffee machine in rooms.

So my review is mixed - the really great staff and location kind of offset the quirkiness - but I probably would see if there is a quieter room available.....thats just me

Room Tip: If you want a little more quiet - better skip the rooms on the street
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 1, 2013

The Castillo Suite that faces the Fort is excellent. 2 floors - very spacious. If you're looking for a super quite location then this is not for you. It's a major tourist attraction area - so yes, while you're in your suite you will hear lovely voices enjoying all that the St. Augustine Historic District has to offer. I loved this property and when I decide to visit again - St. George In will be my preference. Plus the staff are all friendly and very accommodating.

Room Tip: Room #41 is the Castillo Suite and faces the Fort but is next door to the bar.
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank TheDelicateMariposa
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Reviewed March 1, 2013

The most impressive thing about this inn was the staff. They are very attentive and helpful. We had a "glitch" in our resrvations, which they promptly and happily corrected. We were concerned about the noise. It was not a problem at all in our room. The location is great and you can walk all over the historic district.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank DL2010Litleton_CO
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