Hampton Inn St. Augustine Beach

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

430 A1A Beach Blvd, Saint Augustine Beach, Florida, 32080, United States
Hampton Inn St. Augustine Beach
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Value Score Poor Value

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Saint Augustine Beaches Best Vacation Rental Homes

by greycubs about St. Augustine Beach House, thehappyhopper.com

Wonderful Magical Retreat... Spent wonderful winter and spring both times i stayed at local families guest houses. These Vacation Homes are owned by old family of shrimper's. Steps to the ocean. Saw lots of dophins, marine life, also whales! The Right whales migrate to st. augustine beach in the winter. In the spring you can also see sea turtles nest. We had a wonderful vacation with our family. Got this from local saint augustine networking site http://thehappyhopper.com/

Wonderful, sleepy town, large family beach house.
Located on St. Augustine Beach.
4000 sq ft., spacious rooms…

5 bedrooms,

3 baths,

3 kings, 1 queen, 3 twins
Sleeps 12 or more.

Ocean Views from Deck and Sunroom

2nd house from the water

A stones throw from the beach, only footsteps from the sand!

Large Family Eat in Kitchen,

Dining Area,

Spacious Sunroom hosts Large Family Gatherings.

Cozy living area/Entertainment Room,

Kids room with play kitchen and toys.

Laundry Room and more.

For inquires please call usat (904) 501 4798 or email at russ.versaggi@yahoo.com

Oceans of Thanks!

anastasia state park

by doug48

anastasia state park is a very nice state park located at st. augustine beach. the state park offers swimming, fishing, hiking, canoeing, and camping.

Great Value

by TripAdvisor Member Cynthia6343

We stayed four nights at the Hampton Inn St. Augustine Beach. We loved it. They offer a good breakfast every morning and we had a very nice and spacious room. The hotel is clean and offers free cabana's to lounge in on the beach. We felt that staying on the beach at such reasonable rate made this a great value. We will go back soon.

Loved it!

by TripAdvisor Member shelwar

We recently stayed at the Hampton Inn on St. Augustine Beach over memorial day weekend & had a wonderful time. The rooms was wonderful - very clean & the jacuzzi tub was perfect. The staff was alway very pleasant & helpful. Breakfast was good - but the waffles & pancakes went fast - probably because the hotel was packed for the weekend. Overall this was a perfect place to stay and I would go there again in a heartbeat.

A let down

by A TripAdvisor Member

First of all, I would like to say for the price we were paying for a suite with a jacuzzi, it did not come up to par!! The lighting panels in the bathroom had rust. The bottom tile in the shower appeared to be old and dirty. I was expecting the breakfast to be okay. However, the egg patties looked rubbery and the orange juice was bad making it be a bad experience.

The only good points are the shower head having a massager and the staff being pleasant.

Overall, I did not enjoy my experience at the Hampton Inn and would not recommend to considering guests.

Okay, But Won't Go Again

by A TripAdvisor Member

The room was wheelchair accessible, which meant everything was cramped outside of the bathroom. The floor of the shower was a bit gross. The staff, however, was very accommodating and nice. Despite that, we probably won't be going back.

Beautiful Room

by A TripAdvisor Member

We stayed at this hotel and had an overall very enjoyable experience. The room as a jacuzzi room overlooking the ocean. The room was exceptional, clean, romantic and had a nice view of the beach.

Only problem we had is we on a floor with a large family with kids running up and down the halls stomping and talking loud. Plus mom and dad trying to chase them down......with little results. We decided if it hadn't stopped by 11 pm we would confront them. But they did. The room to room noise was non existant, but the halls were noisy.

Buffet was overall good, but have had better at some other locations.

Views of St. Augustine Beach

by tony248

Looking South down the beach from the St. Augustine Beach pier. The photo looks cloudy and rainy but it really wasn't. Odd how it turned out that way. The water was more warm that I expected for February.

My wife likes taking sunrise pictures. I'm still asleep.

The only nice piece of sandy beach wasn't really part of the beach. The hotel had an area next to the beach where you could lay out on sand and not shell.

A view from the beach access stairway looking North. You can see where the beach ends on the North end of the island.

A local told me that the shells covering the beach were not how the beach is normally. I guess with time the more sandy nature will return. I have also learned to avoid any black patches on the beach. Really makes a mess on you feet / shoes. It was crude oil and I was told it comes from the sea floor not passing ships. I found a small patch of it one night when I was walking on the beach and had to spend some time getting it off my shoes before I went back inside.

One of the locals. None of the birds we have encountered on the beaches or piers showed any fear of being near us. Not at all like birds around home. If you want to use the benches on this pier, bring a towel to sit on. You can guess why.

"Beat the Winter Blues Tour"

by tony248

"St. Augustine Beach"

Having heard of St. Augustine from my history classes and how it was so old, it was a treat to finally be able to visit there. Old for a location in the new world that is. St. Augustine, like many points along the coast, has been under the control of several countries. The old fort was built by one of those countries in an attempt to maintain control of the area. Learning the history of the fort and surrounding area gives me some feeling for how hard life was for people trying to build a new life and a new town so far from their homeland. It didn’t matter where the people came from, the conditions were just as hard on all of them.

This photo is of St. Augustine Beach with St. Augustine lying to the right. As you can see from some of our pictures, the beach was badly eroded. It's more shell than sand at this time.


The beach at St. Augustine Beach in 2005 was almost gone. The beach had a red tint to it because of the bits of shells covering it. The beach was crunchy underfoot and not much fun to walk on. You had to wear shoes or the shells would cut your feet. I was out on the beach at dusk and stepped in a patch of something black and sticky which turned out to be oil either washed up from the sea floor or from a ship out at sea.


This is the beach in 2006 after "beach restoration" was completed after our 2005 visit. In the distance, you can just make out the the wooden beach access platform at our hotel. The steps from the level part down to the beach are buried in the sand. The sand at that point had been built up about 15 feet. The beach was wide and the sand was soft. Nice.


It's our 2008 Florida trip and I'm sorry to say I didn't get a picture to update the beach view. It was hard to tell much change from 2007. It looked like about half the beach restoration had already returned to the sea. Still a wonderful beach but this year it was too windy for me.

anastasia island

by doug48

"st. augustine beach"

located about 15 miles south of st. augustine on U.S. highway A1A is the fort matanzas visitor center. from here you can visit historic fort matanzas. the fort has a very interesting history. on the site of the present fort the spanish built a wooden watch tower to watch for invaders from the south of st. augustine in 1569. the matanzas (slaughter) river was named after the spanish massacre of 250 french huguenots on the shore of the river in 1564. in 1733 general james oglethorpe founded the english colony of savannah. the spanish were nervious about a english colony so close to st. augustine. in 1740 st. augustine's governor, manuel de montiana built fort matanzas to protect st. augustine's southern flank. general oglethorpe attacked the fort shortly after it was completed during the british-spanish war of jenkins ear. the war of jenkins ear is an interesting historical story. jenkins was a pirate who lost his ear while trying to loot a spanish ship. piracy was against the law in england and was punishable by death. when jenkins returned to england he made up a story that a spanish officer cut off his ear. jenkins told parliment that the spanish officer also said that if the king of england were ever to step foot on the spanish territory of florida he would cut off his ear as well. jenkin's lie started the war of jenkins ear with spain. the war of jenkins ear gave the british general oglethorpe the excuss he needed to invade spainish florida. oglethorpe attacked fort matanzas twice, once in 1740 and again in 1741. on both occasions his fleet was repulsed and the british never conquered st. augustine.

along with fort matanzas on anistasia island is the st. augustine alligator farm and the beautiful beach at anistasia island state park. st. augustine beach is well worth visiting when in the st. augustine area.


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Travel Suggestions

by lslugger40

Well, Charley has severely affected our travel plans. We were scheduled to fly into Ft. Meyers and vacation in Sanibel. That isn't going to happen. Thanks to the kind people at Delta, we have resceduled our flights to Daytona Beach. We are 4 adults and 2 toddlers looking for a nice relaxing week on the beach away form all of the hustle and bustle. We would like to stay w/in 100 miles of Daytona. Does anyone have any suggestions.

Re: Travel Suggestions

by joesorce

Check out Ormond Beach, or for even less hustle and bustle (you'll practically have the beach to yourselves) try Flagler Beach.



Re: Re: Travel Suggestions

by joesorce

Here is another link to check out:


Re: Re: Travel Suggestions

by lslugger40

Thanks for the info. We are looking St. Augustine. Can anyone recommend any good condos in St. Augustine?


Re: Re: Travel Suggestions

by zrim

St. Augustine is pretty cool--but it is kind of hustly and bustly. Check out South Ponte Vedra Beach to the north of St. Augustine. It seems to be just what you are looking for.

Re: Re: Travel Suggestions

by Lazyandfair

St. Augustine is one of the oldest cities in America.
Lots of history and the old fort is always fun.
Too bad you have to pay now.....it used to be free.
Plenty of shops and tours...although after a few days you will probably be looking for something different.

Good thing its the beach.

Like the other poster said...PV is a great place.

Osteens....excellent seafood.
Their shrimp are about six inches long.....mmm...mmmmm.

Daytona fails in my opinion....too many cars on the beach ....loud and touristy...any place on Ormond, St. Augustine beach, or PV is a little more relaxing.

Gainesville and Jacksonville are only about an hour away...gainesville an hour and a half, unless you drive like me... :)

East coast beach area

by Curliq66

After vacationing in several Florida gulf areas (Destin, Panama City, Ft. Myers) we are now looking for a spot on the East Florida coast. We would like something fairly quiet and laid back (no Daytona or Ft. Lauderdale) but with a beautiful beach and things for teenagers to do. We have been thinking about St. Augustine, but would like some other suggestions. Thanks for any suggestions.

RE: East coast beach area

by iluvtrvl

St. Augustine Beach or the Jacksonville Beaches (Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach or Jacksonville Beach). St. Augustine is only about a 45 minute drive from the Jacksonville Beaches. Jacksonville has a great zoo - your teenagers may be too "old" for the zoo - also there's a place called Adventure Landing at Jacksonville beach - putt-putt, go carts, laser tag, etc....

east coast beach area

by susiemargare

hi --

you might want to consider new smyrna beach, which is a small town south of daytona beach. i have an individual page on it on VT. i liked it very much.

-- susie margaret

East Coast Beach Areas

by al_mary


There are alot of nice quite beach
areas, both on the east and west

We have information on a good number
of them on or travel pages.

Check out our "Beach" pages under
Florida on out travel pages ....

Happy travels,
Al and Mary - USA

RE: East coast beach area

by beachenkathy

Delray Beach is more laid back and close to alot of shopping areas in Palm Beach. The water and beaches are beautiful here.


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Address: 430 A1A Beach Blvd, Saint Augustine Beach, Florida, 32080, United States