Casablanca Inn

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Casablanca Inn of St Augustine, Florida presents twenty-three elegant suites and rooms in a premium bayfront location in historic St. Augustine. The lovingly restored 1914 Mediterranean revival bed and breakfast inn offers accommodations with panoramic Matanzas Bay views, whirlpools, private porches and sundecks, antique furnishings, decorative fireplaces, private entries, and peaceful luxury. Feel the alluring sense of time gone by, while viewing the historic fort Castillo de San Marcos from the sprawling verandas, watching the horse and carriage tours start just steps away. The Casablanca Inn oozes with romance, and we are anxious to welcome you to our Inn on the Bay!

The historic old city is all around us, with museums, fine shops, restaurants, galleries, antique shops, attractions, and lots of entertainment and fun – all year round. St. Augustine beach is one of Florida’s most beautiful, and it’s an easy drive from the Inn.

Did we mention the panoramic view of Matanzas Bay. With passing boats, moored yachts, shrimpers returning with full nets, and frequent dolphin visits – the scene is unsurpassed! Come, unwind, and be pampered by the friendly professional staff of Casablanca Inn On The Bay.

Saint Augustine offers boundless choices of activities, and the Casablanca Inn is the ideal headquarters to explore from… in every direction. Just steps away from your room you will find quaint brick-paved streets lined with shops, galleries, eateries, and history. Museums, churches, and attractions abound. It’s a lively, cultural city, with a calendar packed with events all during the year. Activities from our 4th of July fireworks over the bay, to the millions of sparkling lights during winter “Nights of Lights” (mid November through January), your days and nights at Casablanca Inn can be as relaxing or as entertaining as you choose.

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    24 Avenida Menendez, St. Augustine, Florida USA 32084
    United States

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    29.894773, -81.31136300000003
    St. Johns County, Florida
    Nearest Towns:
    Saint Augustine, FL (0.2 mi.)
    Villano Beach, FL (3.1 mi.)
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    1. My boyfriend and I stayed here, for a casual weekend. We had heard the inn was haunted. The only thing we had experienced was slight tickles and feeling as though someone else was there. It was an amazing stay. I have traveled quite a bit and this is by far one of my favorite places I’ve stayed!

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