IMPORTANT INFORMATION – HURRICANE IRMA

Update – Monday, September 18, 2017

We are thrilled to report that after a week-long power outage, electricity was finally restored to The Beach Club Sunday, September 17th. The resort has been cleaned of sand and debris and is ready to accept check-ins. The pools will be closed for at least another day to give the pumps and filters time to property recirculate and filter the water. The Atlantic Beach and Tennis Club reports that their pools will be re-opened tomorrow and the tennis courts next week. The dunes once again held up really well for us and the beaches in our area are in really good shape. Only a very few businesses in St. Augustine are still closed due to flooding and nearly all attractions, with the exception of Fort Matanzas and Marineland, are open for business.

Thank you all for your thoughts and well wishes, as well as your patience and understanding during this time.

Thank you,
Rhonda

 

FORBES NAMES ST. AUGUSTINE ONE OF 10 PRETTIEST TOWNS IN AMERICA

The Beach Club at St. Augustine offers luxurious one and two bedroom condominiums with the Atlantic Ocean just steps away! All condominiums offer fully equipped kitchens, 2 or 3 cable televisions, Blu-ray/DVD’s, private balcony or porch, central heat and air, private phones and coin operated laundry facilities on site.

The Beach Club on site facilities include a pool, Jacuzzi, game room, basketball court, and barbecue grills. Next door, guests may use two more pools (indoor and out), spa, sauna, full Nautilus Health Center and 10 clay tennis courts.

Overlooking miles of sparkling, Atlantic Ocean beaches, The Beach Club at St. Augustine provides guests with Florida relaxation at its best. St. Augustine, located 35 miles south of Jacksonville and 35 miles north of Daytona, is the oldest city in the United States. Historic attractions include the 21-acre mineral springs park, where the Fountain of Youth, the Planetarium, and American Indian burial grounds are located, along with the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument and Spanish exploration exhibits. Local attractions include Ripley’s Believe It or Not, The Alligator Farm and much, much more.

 

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