In the heart of St. Augustine, Florida—the nation’s oldest city—the Casa Monica Hotel is a majestic 1888 landmark.
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Based on 2247 reviews
Spectacular Stay for my mothers birthday!
Came to St Augustine for three nights to celebrate my mom's birthday and this hotel was spectacular! I started my stay on valentines day. At check in the bellman john was very helpful and always greeting us by name when wed bump into each other throughout my stay. (Valet was always prompt with my car when requested as well.) I had ordered flowers to be taken to the hotel and placed in my room from a local flower shop. They were in my room upon arrival which was beautiful. (Thank you front desk team) The pre-fixed menu for valentines day dinner was delicious! My server Conner was very patient and polite. He also had help from Javier serving us desert which, in meeting him, made our entire stay. The following day (My moms birthday) we had breakfast in the same hotel restaurant where Conner and Javier were there to serve us once more. Vinny the food and beverage manager came out to greet himself and wish my mother a happy birthday as well which was splendid. Little things like that go such a long way in this business. Later that evening i asked if i could have a cake brought up for my mom. She was so happy to have the wonderful Javier bring it up himself and join us in singing her happy birthday. His genuine kindness really shined through all else and i will never forget him. If you read this Javier the delpino family thanks you again! Also Angel in the art gallery downstairs is a delight. Now as of the actually property it is smack in the middle of St augustine. So many things to go see and do between museums and restaurants/bars right out the front doors of the lobby. The heated pool and jacuzzi are so good since it was chilly. The music curated for the spaniard aesthetic in the lobby had me and my mom dancing to our rooms. Overall you can see that i had a blast and will definitely be returning!
Wonderful stay at a truly fine hotel.
My wife and I spent the first week of February at the Casa Monica. From the check in on Monday to our departure on Saturday,everything was done with style and class. Enjoyed the both the lounge and restaurant. Food was excellent and service was outstanding. Room was extremely well appointed and quiet. We will return St. Augustine and this is where we will stay !
The best historic hotel in St Augustine
Arguably the best hotel in St Augustine, my wife, 13 year old daughter and I thoroughly enjoyed our three day weekend stay at Casa Monica. The location is perfect - across the street from the Lightner Museum and Flagler College and one block over from touristy St George Street. From the moment you turn off King Street to the Valet parking, you are transported into a Moorish Palace. casa Monica is part of the Marriott Autograph Collection of small boutique hotels. Although it is at the high-end of point redemption levels, if you have enough points to spend a couple of nights here, you will enjoy the Marriott Elite benefits offered. As a Platinum Elite, I received free internet, a complimentary appetizer in their lounge, and two $8 breakfast coupons (even though we had three people registered in room). The coupons can only be used once per day so forget trying to game the system by using more than your daily allotment. For $8 (before tax and tip), you can get a continental breakfast of pastry and juice or coffee/tea. The food in Costa Bravo is quite good, and even without the discount it is reasonably priced for a higher-end hotel. We enjoyed the Kessler Oatmeal and Avocado Toast the most out of the breakfasts we had there. I would not hold out for an Elite upgrade. It's a small property and there are not many larger rooms. Our Premium King Guest room was spacious and included a twin hideaway bed/sofa with sheets/blanket/pillow upon request. Room amenities were what you expect, with very minor changes due to pandemic. The gym is open 24 hours/day without reservations (even during this stage of the pandemic). There is also a pool, but we didn't swim. Overall my assessment of compliance to the pandemic is that the hotel is doing their part, but guests vary from fully compliant to lassez-faire. My review would not be complete without mention of Kaitlyn at the front desk. She checked us in on our first day and could not have been more helpful. When she heard that it was our first time in the area, she took the time to ask what we liked and then made recommendations as to where to eat and what to see/do. We interacted with her several other times over the other days. She was always welcoming and warm. She really knew the area and hotel well despite starting just a few months earlier.
First time to St. Augustine
The beautiful Casa Monica in the heart of the old town historic district is the place to stay while in St. Augustine. Great location , walking distance to all of the great sites. Built in 1881 and beautifully renovated, this hotel is elegant but casual class. Large comfortable rooms. Service was great and professional. The only drawback: no self park. Only on-site parking is valet parking at $28 per day. We'll stay again.
This is a lovely ‘old time’ hotel, that is beautifully restored and maintained. Room was comfortable but missing some of the modern conveniences such as two nightstands and plentiful phone charging stations. Valets, front desk staff and waitress were professional and helpful. Champagne was provided on arrival. Most importantly, this hotel is wonderfully located in the historic district. Across the street are the Lightner Museum and Flagler College. We walked everywhere and enjoyed the Nights of Lights. St George Street is lively and entertaining.