Looking At Jacksonville Florida Beach Resorts
Chances are if you are looking to visit the city of Jacksonville that you are planning to spend some time on their beaches. This makes sense as this is one of the really outstanding things that the city has to offer in addition to the beaches being very high quality, and having just the right level of development for people of all ages and interests, you will never see a Jacksonville Beach that is as overcrowded as the once you may find in Miami or even St. Petersburg.
So this brings up the question: If you want to stay on the beach which beach resort is best?
This is going to vary immensely from person to person depending on a variety of factors. One of the obvious ones is going to be budget. If you are limited in how much you can spend per night and the big luxury resorts that go for $200 a night or more are way out of your budget, then that takes out a good chunk of the very large and well known (and highly rated) places that are going to be easy to find along the beach.
Another major factor is can be the style of hotel you prefer. Not everybody thinks it’s worth paying two or three bills a night in order to go back to a place where you can sleep before heading out to the beach the next day. There are very inexpensive options that run about $50-$80 a night, although be aware these are kind of the classic seedy places where the rooms won’t necessarily be the cleanest, there is probably no service beyond getting your room key, and you were there mainly to sleep and store your stuff as you head out on the city all day.
Then again, there are also some cases where you may be able to find a beach hotel is more like a beach apartment and even includes its own kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, and living room. These are often what you would call the old-school types of beach hotels and they can vary immensely in prices but often offer an outstanding deal for the cost.
There are plenty of options out there and while an online search is the perfect way to start, this shouldn’t be the end all, be all. Ask for advice on travel forums, look around if you’re close by, and enjoy the experience!