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|"Staff was friendly and informative."||(in 11 reviews)|
|"Good location, close to historic downtown"||(in 3 reviews)|
|"Loved the location, the room was clean"||(in 26 reviews)|
|"Old furniture and stained chairs."||(in 16 reviews)|
|"Roaches and Ants"||(in 8 reviews)|
|"Maids never cleaned are room."||(in 39 reviews)|
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Location was great, just off the Lion's Bridge.
I should have known from the moment I stepped into the "lobby" that this was not going to be good...the owner came out from a disgustingly dirty back room. The room was so gross I didn't want to walk barefoot on the carpet. There were ants crawling on the counter, there were two stained, thread-bare towels, and a gross comforter on the bed. I took the comforter off right away, and all that was left was a thin, stained sheet. No blanket, nothing else that I could (or wanted to ) cover up with. This place should be condemned.
Location. Was close to historic down town.
We had to call desk to have fresh sheets put on bed as they had not been changed since last occupant. TV was very old and worn out , color was almost non existent, and remote only half functioned. Beds where worn out. Pillows where flat. Bathroom door had hole in it and lamination was ragged at bottom of door.Cracked tiles on floor and cigarette burns in fiberglass tub. Pillow case had cigarette burn hole. Towels where worn with holes in them. Swimming pool was filthy and needed re surfacing. Generally unusable.Wall lamps looked as though they had survived a few knock down drag out fights and where totally askew. This motel was way too pricey for its condition. It should be closed and remodeled.Press-wood furniture showed signs of flaking at the bottoms indicating a flood at some time. Room had an overall unpleasant smell that we where able to remove with a can of Lysol spray. Close restaurants where far too pricey for the food they served. The one we tried we ordered the Caesar Salad that they attempted to grill! The Romaine lettuce looked like it was putrefied. We did not stay to eat it. The salad was the least expensive item on the menu and was $8.00. Absolutely not worth even that. We used to enjoy our stays in St. Augustine however the city has now installed parking kiosk meters. $6.00 to park for a few hours or $10.00 to park all day. We think we have made our last trip to St Augustine.
Hotel was dirty and out dated . They never came to clean the room or to restock toilet paper .
Located on Highway 1A and just 1 mile from downtown St. Augustine, this hotel features an outdoor pool and deck. Free Wi-Fi and coffee are also available. Cable TV, a microwave and a refrigerator are found in each wood-furnished room of the Historic Inn. Air conditioning and a radio are also included. Free on-site parking is available to all guests of the Historic St. Augustine Inn. There is no smoking and no pets allowed at the hotel. Old Town Trolley Tours are 4 minutes from the inn. The Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum is less than 1.5 miles away.
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