Red Roof Jacksonville Southpoint

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

6969 Lenoir Ave E, Jacksonville, Florida, 32216, United States
Red Roof Inn Jacksonville - Southpoint
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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5

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 12% higher than other 2.5 star hotels

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  • Solo83
  • Business86

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Jacksonville- best places??

by Maples01

Hello....my fiance and I are going to be visiting the area later in March. We are planning on relocating to the area by the end of the Summer. Can anyone recommend any great places to see, things to do and great places to go eat? Thanks!

Re: Jacksonville- best places??

by wctryltd

i had a nice drive years ago from jacksonville out to amelia island - i'm a bit fuzzy on the geography of it all - but i think that amelia island was just off the coast via a short bridge crossing.
-bill

Re: Jacksonville- best places??

by Easty

Three years ago, I visited Saint Augustine. Saint Augustine is a great place if you are into history. It also has a nice beach area. Saint Augustine is about 35 miles south of Jacksonville. For more information on the area, visit my Saint Augustine page.

Re: Jacksonville's best restaurant

by Confucius

You must go the the Long Island Buffet. It is by far the best restaurant in Jacksonville.
In St. Augustine I suggest the Alligator Farm and the Castillo de San Marcos.

Re: Jacksonville- best places??

by funjax

Checkout http:/www.FunJax.com
You will fing eveything that is fun in Jacksonville, Fl.

Re: Jacksonville- best places??

by NorthernSafety

Don't move to Jacksonville, or the rest of Florida. There are too many disadvantages here: very high humidity, lots of crime, damaging lightning, and more. All of those disadvantages added up, and Florida really is a place to endure more than enjoy. Visit Florida for the ONLY two advantages: 5 months of a mild winter, and a few world famous tourist attractions. That's it. The rest is one rough, daunting state.

Re: Re: Jacksonville- best places??

by annon

Hi. Jacksonville has lots of fun stuff to do. Some of the good things are the Jacksonville Zoo, they have a new exhibit that is supposed to be the largest Jaguar habitat in America. Metro park is always fun for kids, MOSH, the Landing. There are tons of things to do, but you have to look for them, they don't jump out at you like they do in Orlando. Check out http://www.BigRedRabbit.com Then click on Jacksonville info then attractions. They have listed just about everything there is to do in Jacksonville.

Re: Re: Jacksonville- best places??

by Maples01

Thanks for all the info...did not know about the websites...they are very helpful now that I live here! :0)

Travel Tips for Jacksonville

Dames Point Bridge

by noidiotsplease

While the Jacksonville area has more than 200 bridges, the highest and most beautiful is the Dames Point Bridge. Built in the 1980s, this magnificent structure is the longest concrete cable-stayed bridge in the U.S. Six lanes wide, two miles long and supported by 21 miles of steel cables, the bridge looks like two sailboats rising 175 feet above the St. Johns River. Part of the city's beltway, the Dames Point Bridge connects the very popular eastern neighborhoods of Arlington, East Arlington and Regency south of the river with the city's Northside and port areas.

B.E.A.K.S. (Bird Emergency Aid and Kare Sanctuary)

by noidiotsplease

B.E.A.K.S. (Bird Emergency Aid and Kare Sanctuary) on Big Talbot Island in the northeastern part of the city is a unique center that takes injured birds from around the area and nurses them back to health. Open Tuesday through Sunday from noon to 4 p.m., B.E.A.K.S. gives the public the opportunity to see wild birds like pelicans, eagles, owls and others up close, learn of the dangers these creatures face, and witness the great care that is taken to nurse them back to health. The center also offers educational programs.

7 Bridges Brewery & Grille

by Jenniedilly9 about Seven Bridges

Try some fresh brew @ 7 bridges and grab a mean meal as well. Features live music on weekend nights and a wide variety of food to satisfy all palates. Burgers, chicken, tuna, meatloaf, pizza, pasta to name a few. They have a full bar. Servers and bar dudes are spot on. Hazelnut crusted chicken with cherry sauce; bruchetta appetizer

Jacksonville Landing: focal point for events

by noidiotsplease

Jacksonville Landing is a horseshoe shaped riverfront dining, entertainment and shopping complex located along the Northbank Riverwalk right in the middle of downtown. The Landing gets busy during the weekday lunch rush and on nights or weekends when special events are taking place. Live entertainment can be found on the center courtyard stage most weekend nights throughout the year.

On the night after Thanksgiving every year locals pack the Landing to see the lighting of the city's official Christmas tree in the central courtyard. Other major annual events centered on the Landing include the holiday light boat parade, pre and post game parties for both the Florida-Georgia game and Gator Bowl game, and the city's spectacular New Years Eve and Independence Day festivities.

Located next door to the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts and between the Adam's Mark and Omni hotels, the Landing is also linked with the restaurants, museums and hotels of the Southbank via water taxis.

Jacksonville-The Largest City in Florida

by avmonte

"Hello Everyone....."

This is Jacksonville. I was born here on November 11, 1985 and lived here until we moved for Japan (you can find that in my profile) on January 15, 1997. This city is so cool. If you want to visit Florida, visit here!

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 Red Roof Jacksonville Southpoint

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Address: 6969 Lenoir Ave E, Jacksonville, Florida, 32216, United States