Our room had a weird smell when we enetered; but was easily solved with febreeze spray. The lady who checked me in didnt have the best personaility but evetyone else seemed great! Loved that the outlets were literally 2 min away. Breakfast not that great but with other surrounding spots easy to grab and go. 15 minutes from the historic downtown which wasn't a bad drive at all. Would definitely stay again. Quiet and served it's purpose for what we used it for.
Dana from Orlando, Fl
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Prime Outlet Mall, St. Augustine Premium Outlets, and Adventure Landing …More
I booked this motel for a quick trip to FL and we were going to be stopping at the St. Augustine's lighthouse for a ghost tour but the motels in St. Augustine were too expensive. I didn't know what we would find but to our surprise this motel was very nice. The room was clean, the continental breadfast was more like a full breakfast, the staff was nice, and the atmosphere was really great. Our second floor room turned out to be looking out over the pool and St. John's river and the sunset was gorgeous! We would recommend this motel to others.
Doug and Debbie from Illinois
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Bronson-Mulholland House, Palatka Welcome Center, and Ravine Gardens …More
We waited until the last minute to make reservations because we were not sure we would be
able to get away. We usually stay in one of the 5 star hotels but with last minute, there were limited rooms available anywhere in St. Augustine. Selected Quality Inn Historic District as one of the few that looked like it MIGHT be acceptable. We talked about how unsure we were of
the accomodations but were surprised and absolute amazed at the entire experience when we
arrived. In addition to having all the amenities that we typically like it is located close to all sight
seeing and the Red Train (which picks you up at hotel and takes you back if you call). The staff could not have been more helpful, available, or polite. The hot breakfast would compare to
any of the more expensive hotels. Our bed was perfect as was the room. It is a little small as is
the bathroom, but we did not spend most of our awake time in the room, so it did not matter.
We have made several previous trips to St. Augustine including after our wedding 2 years ago and stayed at what most would consider one of the 'better' hotels, but we now agree any trip to that wonderful city will require us to make our reservations at this Quality Inn.
Robert &Rebecca from Hawthorne, Fl
This hotel is located in St. Augustine (St. Augustine Historic District), close to Mission of Nombre de Dios, Fountain of …More