Seaside Amelia Inn

2900 Atlantic Avenue, Fernandina Beach , FL 32034
904-206-5300   |   Visit Website

About Seaside Amelia Inn

Seaside Amelia Inn is a hidden gem among Amelia Island hotels, conveniently located at the main beach and just minutes from historic district of Fernandina. One of only four Amelia Island beachside hotels, this comfortable, affordable hotels offers amenities designed to satisfy the entire family. Whether you're coming with your loved one for a romantic celebration, looking for a family vacation, or seeking the sun with a close friend, we are the perfect choice for a beach getaway. As our guest, you'll savor our complimentary daily "Hot & Tasty" southern home style breakfast, beach chairs and umbrellas, covered parking, and Wi-Fi in all rooms and public areas.

For a limited time, Wednesdays nights are free with your Sunday - Thursday stay. See "Free Night, Any Night" under the Specials tab for more information.
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949 Reviews

Oct 05, 2021 by conchshelle1

Worst experience that just gets more frustrating

Checked in for our anniversary since we stayed here for our honeymoon 3 years ago and had a great experience then. This is not a 3 star hotel. 1 star for what they offer now. This place is moldy...

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Sep 13, 2021 by Steve33418

Good location; otherwise disappointing

The location can't be beat, right on the beach. Free parking, good breakfast included. However, our standard room was very small with no desk or table and no storage space. Since we had to live out...

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Sep 11, 2021 by Keren S

Very disappointed

The room was very small. We paid extra for an ocean view, and were only able to see the ocean from a corner of the room. Otherwise we were looking at the parking lot. The locks did not work well with...

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Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach, but hard to forget. With 13 miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.