Twenty-three luxury suites and rooms in a bayfront location in historic St. Augustine, panoramic Matanzas Bay views, whirlpools, private porches and sundecks, antique furnishings, decorative fireplaces, private entries, and peaceful luxury. 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, or sinking into a private porch hammock to watch the tropical palms sway in the relaxing breeze. The Tini Martini Bar overflows from the coziness of the oak bar surrounded by colorful art, to intimate porch seating and tables under the starlight - delighting you with exotic concoctions. Be pampered with luxurious premium bedding, superb two-course gourmet breakfasts, rainfall showers, large flat screen TVs, and a complimentary glass of wine or beer. 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.
3.8 on February 24, 2014
My husband and I decided to go back to the Casablanca Inn after visiting one year for one of our anniversaries. Our first experience there was wonderful. The breakfast was outstanding, someone actually took our order, unlike our second visit, which was more continental style (disappointing indeed, there was no variety). Our biggest complaint is that we decided for our honeymoon we would rent room #7, there most expensive room. What drew my husband to this room (and this is no joke) was that the image showed that there was a heart shaped bathtub. He seriously had his heart set on this bathtub as he always said we would find a place with one. Once we arrived we realized that they changed the room. The room was really nice, it seemed to have been updated. However, our last visit there was in a very nice room as well and it was over $100 cheaper... My point is, we would have chosen another, much more affordable room had we known there was no heart shaped bathtub. Overall I recommend this place, I would just like to say that they need to update there website's room photos so you know exactly what you are paying for!!!
3.8 on February 05, 2014
Nice room but couldn't get the air conditioner to work which caused a restless night. Room 19 was noisy from traffic on back street. Parking is about a block away from hotel in the corner of a parking lot on gravel. Tight spots when you're driving a large truck. And you have to drive down the small tight streets - little stressful. Breakfast was just ok. They did not have everything out at 8:15. Had to ask for milk & glasses. Outside sitting area is on street and is noisy. There was a table we could have sat at in the dinning area but it had cardboard boxes on it. Next time we look for a B&B away from the main area.
2.2 on December 07, 2013
If just want a breathtaking view ; this is the place to stay. The Casablanca Inn is centrally located. The evening bar is great however, they serve only drinks and I noticed many customers asking for appetizers. The service was exceptional and wait staff very friendly. The innkeepers are not on location and you can tell. The cleanliness of the room was not acceptable and the linens were worn and I wasn't sure the sheets were clean. The room pictured was not in the same condition. The bedding was less than desirable. I slept on the chair and didn't shower. We will return to St. Augustine, however, not to the Casablanca.
4.0 on November 15, 2013
My husband and I stayed here back in August. The staff was friendly and helpful. We loved our room and the martini bar was fun. Loved the breakfast and the morning staff. We have booked our stay for December a little X-mas gift to ourselves.
5 on October 05, 2013
My husband and I had the absolute pleasure of staying here the night of my birthday on our way to Fort Lauderdale. The check-in was gracious, simple, and informative. We only had a few hours of daylight to take in the sights, but we were able to see a good portion of the city because of the recommendations from the front desk. Sleeping was wonderful and the breakfast right outside of our door was so perfect. The views during breakfast were well worth the entire price of the stay. We can not wait to come back.
5 on October 01, 2013
This was the first time staying at Casablanca the staff were excellent even in the bar willing to do anything we needed. We had not planned on staying we were having a drink and inquired about rooms we decided to stay with only the clothes we wore but Amanda the desk clerk was so special to give us bathroom essentials and snacks for my husband who is diabetic the breakfast was great and the staff again was great we will stay again thanks to the whole staff the chef even came out and asked if everything was ok the room was romantic we would of liked front balcony but wasn't available. Again thank you so much Dave and Debbie Rich Ocala fl
3.2 on September 21, 2013
Back on my 72nd Birthday (5/19/12) we had Room 8 for several days with a beautiful 2nd floor Bay View of boats coming & going while relaxing in the nice big bed, without leaving it while sipping cool drink from mini-bar. So, while in St Augustine again to see Brian Wilson & Band on 10/3/13 for live concert we've reserved the other upstairs Bay View room (#10) with 1940's large porch off room so to enjoy it all again..from tasty drink on lower front porch bar to that really delicious breakfast. Life is Good at any age if you stay at Casablanca Inn!
4.0 on August 17, 2013
Love this B&B for a romantic getaway. Upon arriving we were greeted with a attentive staff. Can not get enough of the patio seating, in my opinion some of the best seating in st.augustine's bay front! Rooms are cozy and intimate. My only problem with our last few visits is the male bartenders seem to have a attitude, they certainly do not make you feel welcome in the bar area.
5 on July 10, 2013
My husband and I have been a guest at this historic bed and breakfast going on 6 years in a row. I look forward to this getaway every year. The rooms are old, the house is old. If you like that charm you will love this place. The breakfast is great! I enjoy the mimosa in the morning. The afternoon snacks have been really good, but it depends on the day. We love sitting in the Tini Martini Bar over looking the bay while enjoying a drink. If you want brand new contemporary room, this is probably not the place for you. If you like historic looking homes (not in perfect condition), wonderful food, great drinks and an amazing view, this is the B&B for you.
5 on July 04, 2013
We stay at the Casa Blanca often and it is always great. We particularly like the Secret Garden rooms because they are nicely tucked away for a bit of extra privacy and they have kitchenettes! The staff is always very helpful and it is evident that they take pride in the inn.
The Bayview Room presents a view of Matanzas Bay to greet you with the morning light. The queen Sleep Number bed is accented with side tables, and a 32" plasma TV and DVD player are wall-mounted for easy viewing. Two wing chairs and the decorative fireplace beckon you to dissolve your cares away, while the ceiling fan above the bed refreshes the air. Full bathroom features a marble tile walk-in steam shower. An outside sitting area extends from the Bayview Room. Please visit our website casablancainn.com for room rates and detailed room/suite descriptions and photos.
Fishing and Boating, Historic District, On the Matanzas Bay, Shopping, Oldest City in America, Atlantic Ocean, Downtown, Oceanside, Small town
Daytona Beach, FL (DAB) 40 miles
Driving From Points North: Take I-95 to Exit 95 (SR 16) and head east on SR 16. At US 1 turn right, following US 1 South to the traffic light at W Castillo Drive. Go left onto W Castillo Drive and go straight to the end, turning right at the lights at "Ripley's Believe It Or Not" entrance. (Castillo Drive becomes Avenida Menendez at the Castillo de San Marcos.) Follow Avenida Menendez briefly along the bayfront - we're on the right...the white mansion with the yellow trim on the porch columns. Driving From Points South: Take I-95 to Exit 94 (SR 207), and head east. At US 1 turn left, following US 1 north to the traffic light at King Street. Go right onto King Street and go to its end at the bayfront, turning left onto Avenida Menendez. Follow Avenida Menendez briefly along the bayfront - we're on the left...the white mansion with the yellow trim on the porch columns.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Historic Saint Augustine, Castillo de San Marcos Fort, Old City Shops, Daytona Beach, Golf Hall of Fame, Jacksonville, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Winery, Zoo
Board games, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Parasailing, Historic Sight Seeing, Sailing, Shopping, Swimming, Tennis courts, Video Arcade, Water sports