Accessible St. Augustine - Lodging
Florida's Historic Coast continues to welcome and make every effort to accommodate the accessibility needs of visitors. Check out these accessible lodging opportunities.
As the nation’s oldest city, there are many streets and roads that were built and laid out long before cars, tour buses, and millions of visitors made their way to St. Augustine. Things have changed.
This historic town, and many of its attractions, hotels and restaurants, continues to welcome and make every effort to accommodate the accessibility needs of visitors. Be sure to call your lodging property for the latest updates on accessibility for those with disabilities.
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St. Augustine Beach
Courtyard by Marriott St. Augustine Beach
Located right off of St. Augustine Beach, the Courtyard by Marriott offers accessible self-parking, accessible areas with routes from the public entrance, guest room accessibility, and wide elevators to provide access at all levels. The accessible guest rooms provide bathtub grab bars, bathtub seats, roll-in showers, shower wands, toilet seat at wheelchair height, accessible vanities, and other special features. Service animals are always welcome.
Embassy Suites by Hilton St. Augustine Beach Oceanfront Resort
The Embassy Suites is wheelchair accessible. The parking lot includes wheelchair accessible spaces, with easy wheelchair-friendly access to all public areas located in the hotel, including elevators. Rooms are ADA compliant and include 32” wide doorways, grab bars in the bathrooms, ramp entrances, plus lowered closet rods, beds, emergency evacuation instructions, light switches, door peepholes, storage shelves, sinks, thermostat controls and toilets. The swimming pool also includes a pool hoist.
Bayfront Marin House
This lovely bed & breakfast provides accessibility while maintaining the architecture and history of its unique building. The first floor is very accessible with rooms that include hand railings in the showers and a large roll-in shower with wider doorways. Whether it’s removing the box springs so that the bed is very low or outfitting the shower with a medical bench, the Bayfront Marin’s staff is happy to make your visit safe, comfortable, and easy. They may also have a pad spot available, if requested in advance.
Casa Monica Resort & Spa
The Casa Monica, located in the heart of St. Augustine’s Historic District, is close to popular shops, restaurants, and attractions. With valet parking, you’ll never have to travel far to reach your room. The property offers accessible bathrooms, in-room accessibility, roll-in showers, and wheelchair-accessible walkways and door entrances. Assistive listening devices are available, as well as Braille signage. When confirming a reservation, be sure to add specific accessibility needs in the special requests field on the booking page.
St. Francis Inn Bed & Breakfast
The St. Francis Inn Bed & Breakfast is a cozy, unique inn in the St. Augustine Historic District. The property has one wheelchair-accessible room on the first floor near the lobby with handrails in the shower and lowered counters. There are no stairs to enter the building.
Southern Oaks Inn
The Southern Oaks Inn is a quaint hotel on the northside of St. Augustine offering two types of wheelchair accessible rooms. Guests can choose from a room with a single king bed or a room with two queen beds, both of which are spacious and include accessible features for comfort and safety such as roll-in showers with support bars.
TRYP by Wyndham Sebastian St. Augustine
TRYP by Wyndham is located just outside of downtown St. Augustine and overlooks part of the Intercoastal Waterway. The property has several rooms with wheelchair accessibility to and from as elevators, as well as lowered sinks, raised toilets, and toilets with grab rails. There is also accessible parking conveniently located near the entrances of the buildings.
World Golf Village Renaissance St. Augustine Resort
All Marriott hotels, including the World Golf Village Renaissance, have rooms that are wheelchair accessible. This includes 32” wide doorways, elevators, bathroom grab bars, bathtub seats, lever handles on the doors, roll-in showers, shower wands, lowered toilet seats, lowered vanities, lowered electrical outlets, lowered deadbolt locks, and handicapped parking.
Vilano Beach to Ponte Vedra Beach
The Oceanview Lodge, located on Vilano Beach in St. Augustine, offers wheelchair accessible rooms and accessibility to all three levels via elevator. The first-floor queen/twin is an example of one of their accessible rooms which features a private balcony, microwave, mini-fridge, a coffee maker, free cable and WiFi access, and continental breakfast. All rooms are ocean-facing.
Hilton Garden Inn Ponte Vedra
The Hilton Garden Inn is dedicated and committed to providing a great experience with extra accessibility for everyone. Parking, entrances, walkways, ramp entrances into the building, and public areas and facilities are all designed for visitors with disabilities and include assistive visual and auditory devices. The accessible rooms have roll-in showers and wide entrances. Plus, the swimming pool has a hoist. Accessible transportation is available with advance notice. Service animals are always welcome.
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club
Upon request, the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club is happy to assist with any accessibility needs. They offer a wheelchair accessible path of travel as well as an accessible bathroom and a roll-in shower. The walkways are spacious and easy to maneuver. Upon arrival, there is wheelchair accessible parking near the entrance, assistive listening devices, and Braille or raised signage. They also have a spa, tennis, golf accessibility, and more making this property a great place to relax.
Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa
All Marriott hotels, including the Sawgrass Marriott, have rooms that are wheelchair accessible. This includes 32” wide doorways, elevators, bathroom grab bars, bathtub seats, lever handles on the doors, roll-in showers, shower wands, lowered toilet seats, lowered vanities, and handicapped parking.