This location is spot on when you are wanting to visit the historical district in St. Augustine. You are right across from the bay front and a multitude or restaurants and museums. We ended up parking our car and walking everywhere.
Parking is super tight, and they actually will direct you where to park in their lot. They pretty much have it down to a science, so I wouldn't recommend trying to park on your own. From what I recall, one car per room, so if you have friends staying in the room there is a lot across the street where you can park at the old fort.
Our room was on the second floor and we didn't notice very much noise from either room, despite the hotel being booked solid. There was a dog barking at one point, but the owners kept the dog's barking to a minimum.
The room itself is very bright and airy, when you open the curtains to let the light in. Each room on the outside has a bench where you can sit and watch people.
The rooms are not large, this obviously being an older hotel. The floors are a laminate which is a bonus and appeared to be clean. The bed was comfortable enough, although the bed springs did make an odd squeaky sound if you sat down too hard on them.
The bathroom is definitely old. You have a shower only and room for one. There is, however, plenty of space to lay out your essentials above the sink area.
The room was expensive for what we received, however, considering the location and the hotel prices surrounding us, we were willing to spend the money to stay here. For us, it was worth it. Especially after a less than subpar visit to their sister Best Western on Castillo the night before. You can read my review on that location, I won't hash it out here.
When it comes to breakfast in the morning's, I have no idea if one is offered or not. We weren't informed. My guess was there was not one.
All in all, we will definitely be back and husband says that he wants to stay here again. less