Welcome to Castillo Real, a member of the exclusive Ascend Collection. Our beautiful boutique non-smoking hotel is perfectly located 200 steps away from the Atlantic Ocean and minutes away from St. Augustine Historic area. The hotel is elegantly appointed with marble, granite, and solid wood furnishings. Our charming lobby features a three-story atrium, fountain, marble floors, and large columns.
After relaxing on the beach, enjoy amenities at the hotel, which include our outdoor pool and whirlpool with fountain. Unwind in our sauna, steam room or exercise room. Enjoy the award winning La Cocina Restaurant offering a varied menu including seafood, filets, pasta, chicken, and vegetarian dishes made with the freshest vegetables and organic ingredients, all served with a upscale Latin flair. Breakfast and Dinner served daily. Lunch served Tuesday – Sunday. Enjoy elegant dining in a relaxed atmosphere.For more information visit http://www.lacocinarestaurants.com
St. Augustine offers many historical sites, fine restaurants, shopping, and entertainment. All within 5 miles they include: Fountain of Youth Museum, Castillo de San Marco, Fort Matanzas, Mission of Nombre de Dios, Ripley Believe It or Not Museum, San Sebastian Winery, and the St. Augustine Lighthouse. Tickets for the Trolley Service may be purchased at the hotel. Leave your vehicle at the Castillo Real and enjoy the sights of Historic St. Augustine. Trolley Tours offers hourly service from the hotel to America’s Oldest City tourist attractions.
Guest rooms are elegantly appointed with solid wood furnishing, embellished with carved molding. The rooms offer marble and granite finishes in the entrance and bath area. Custom faux finishing envelopes you in a warm and enchanting color scheme, accented by lively and impressionist artwork. In our deluxe rooms our over sized Jacuzzis are located on a marble platform adjacent to the sleeping area.
The design of the hotel is inspired by the architecture of Addison Mizner, a celebrated early 20th century architect who led the renaissance of Florida resort design. The property’s design reflects a variety of motifs found in the indigenous Florida buildings of this era. It includes Spanish, Moorish, Romanesque and Gothic forms. The atmosphere and elegance found in the coastal communities of southeast Florida are found in the hotel’s architecture, ranging from tile roofs to fountains to lush, tropical landscaping.