Not bad, but......
We went up for an overnighter to see Nights of Lights and experience the magic of St. Augustine. The room was nice and it looked like it was refurbished within the last 2-3 years. The Lobby was very nice and warm. We did have to drive to the Historic District, but we didn’t mind since it was a very short drive and no big deal at all. Here’s the down side. We found some kind of brown funk on the shower wall, on the curtain and on the back of the door. When we showed the gentleman at the front desk, he really couldn’t have cared less. His general reaction can be best described as “oh really? Well that must have sucked for ya. Oh well”. The breakfast was very average and the eggs didn’t have much taste. The biggest concern was the serving spoons used for the eggs, potatoes, and corn beef hash, had all been crossed used so they all had egg, hash, and potato on each spoon. Being a person with food allergies, this is a major concern to me. I pointed it out to one of the staff, and they did nothing to correct this. They just left the spoons there. To someone with food allergies, cross contamination is a very serious concern. I don’t know if we will stay there again. If we do, we will definitely eat out for breakfast or bring our own. less
BestWesternHistoric, Front Office Manager at Best Western Historical Inn, responded to this review
Thank you for your review of our hotel. We appreciate you taking the time to let us know your likes and dislikes about your stay. We will be looking into the concerns mentioned. We hope to see you again in the future.