Honeymoon Rooms with Great Views

St. Augustine’s bayfront location, wondrous architecture, and beautiful beaches often beckon lovers to the area. By day, couples soak up the sun while overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and by night they stroll through ancient cobblestone streets. What’s more, St. Augustine doesn’t only offer romantic activities but also luxurious honeymoon rooms where couples can unwind, rekindle, and soak up fantastic views of the Nation’s Oldest City.

Celebrate your getaway with champagne and strawberries awaiting you in your honeymoon room in St. Augustine or skip the niceties and jump into your double-wide jacuzzi tub. Whether it’s your first anniversary or your 50th, lovers from all walks of life will appreciate the divine ambiance of the following rooms and the unparalleled views they offer.

Image contains the sun rising over a river with boats in it.

The sun rises over Matanzas River and the Historic District of St. Augustine.

Room 20

Sure, your time in St. Augustine may be reserved to sparking flames with your loved one, but we’re sure your pet would love to tag along too. Furthermore, both your significant other and your pet will be delighted by the views of Charlotte Street from the private balcony of pet-friendly Room 20. Sit back and relax as you watch the hustle and bustle of Historic Downtown.


Sevilla Room

A king bed and two-person jetted-tub await you and your lover at the Sevilla Room. Each morning, walk through the room’s double French doors which lead to a private balcony that overlooks the corner of where Cordova St and Saragossa St meet – the perfect place to drink your morning coffee and people watch.


Bayview Rooms

Choose from one of three bay view rooms to stay in during your sweetheart vacation. Equipped with a kitchenette, king bed, and a wet bar, these rooms are perfect if you’re looking for a “home away from home” accommodation. Better yet, they overlook the Municipal Marina where you can watch Matanzas River come alive each morning with sailboats, yachts, and charters.


Lightner Room

If you adore Spanish architecture as much as Henry Flagler himself, you’ll be delighted with a stay at the Lightner Room. Décor includes a hand-carved mahogany bed, cathedral ceilings, and a large double window facing the Lightner Museum. However, the room’s best asset is its private balcony which overlooks the Spanish-architecture influenced Flagler College, the Lightner Museum, and the gardens at the Museum.


Mary Welsh

Named after Ernest Hemingway’s fourth wife, the Mary Welsh room has the ambiance a couple needs to unwind and rekindle. From floor to ceiling, earthy blues and greens leave you feeling at peace. Better yet? The room has a large covered balcony which overlooks an area on Charlotte Street that is often bustling with families, couples, and nightlife.


Plush king beds, astounding views, and catering innkeepers only begin to uncover what awaits you in the suites of the St. Augustine Historic Inns. If you’re visiting for views of elegant Spanish-architecture-styled rooftops and sailboats bobbing along Matanzas River, you’ll be glad you chose us.

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