A St Augustine beachfront resort has popped up on the shore of St. Augustine Beach and they promise to keep guests with their toes in the sand. Guy Harvey Resort is unlike any lodging experience in the Old City. Think boutique beach property meets a cozy and historic beach town.
The oceanfront accommodation has every ingredient necessary for a relaxing stay. An on-site restaurant called Grille and Grog and a poolside Surf Shack Tiki-Bar ensure that guests will only leave the comfort of oceanfront lodging for authentic experiences in the Historic District.
About the Resort
But, book your room as soon as your Florida vacation is set in the sand – this lodging experience is selling out fast. News of the multi-million-dollar resort circulated local gossip during 2017. Locals and travelers alike caught wind and didn’t hesitate to book their spot at St. Augustine’s newly-renovated oceanfront destination. Luckily, Guy Harvey Resort is massive and boasts a spacious 153 rooms and two meetings rooms. Making it a highly sought out location for families, couples, and business collaborations seeking beachfront lodging.
Grille and Grog
On those long Florida vacation days spent under the sun or exploring centuries of history, rest assured knowing you can skip lines at restaurants and avoid making reservations. St. Augustine’s new resort has an in-house chic restaurant and lounge: Grille and Grog. The duo is a cure-all for any occasion as they serve classic American steak and seafood dishes. Additionally, their menu features family fare options along with kid-friendly plates that you can either sit down to enjoy or order as takeout. Stop by after a long day of exploring, for a romantic midday meal, or a drink in between activities!
Surf Shack Tiki-Bar and Pool Area
The beach-side Surf Shack Tiki-Bar and pool area are a resort hotspot. This gathering place allows you to rekindle your romance. Couples, families, and professionals can unwind in the abyss and enjoy cold beverages and sunny Florida days.
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Photo credits: Guy Harvey Resort. Sponsored by Guy Harvey Resort.