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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955 Reviews

Jan 14, 2022 by Debandindy

Very cute

Very clean and decorated well.had plenty of room well stocked with dishes, extra blanket . Love the concept of the cottages with walkway connecting them. Price was very good . Con was the mattress...

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Jan 08, 2022 by PamelaD2364

Great beach front hotel!

This hotel was a great find on Trip Advisor! It's on the beach-- all the rooms gave balconies and it's pretty affordable! It's an older building but it has been nicely renovated and decorated...

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Jan 03, 2022 by bobfishbein

We went to Seaside Amelia Inn for our anniversary

What a great experience, We were looking for a place near the beach, ( Out the door about steps from the sand) Beautiful ocean view from our room. We could afford a luxury hotel but This was...

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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.