Amelia Island Plantation - Hotel Reviews from across the web
No title - expert review
The first-rate golf, tennis, and spa facilities are big draws at this sprawling, family-oriented resort where accommodations include full-service hotel rooms as well as home and condo (or villa ) rentals. All hotel rooms are oceanfront with private balconies or patios, though first-floor rooms have ...
No title - expert review
If you're comparing it to Gone with the Wind's Tara, this is hardly a plantation, but rather a massive compound that could very easily host several plantations. This huge development occupies 1,350 lush beachfront acres that encompass manicured golf greens as well as a breathtaking coastal wildernes...
speed limit 23 - user review
I must confess I have never stayed at the hotel here, because my family loves Amelia Island Plantation soooo much they've bought two condos here in the past ten years.Amelia Island is what you call the Southern half ...
Amelia Island Plantation Inn: Condos and Villas - user review
We saw these buildings being constructed on our way south at the south end of Amelia Island. I have not stayed there. My sister did stay at Amelia Island Plantation in November and really loved it. I'm not sure what the difference between Amelia Island Plantation and the Amelia Island Plantation Inn...
Outstanding, tranquil, golf, beach, food, lodging. - user review
Amelia Island Plantation is a very attractive and comforting beach, golf, hotel, second home development we always enjoy. It smacks of a very slightly downscale Kiawah Island facility bea...
Brief stay to collapse - user review
Arrived a day early to skip inclement weather in the north, but to not barge in and surprise relatives that resided nearby, I found the gated property although attractive, a rabbit-warre...
Plantation is Great Destination - user review
Family of 4 spent 7 days at Plantation. Had 3 bedroom villa in ShipWatch building. Great villa and ocean view. Plantation is low density resort, beach wide open. Resort is rather confus...
So-so experience - user review
I visited the Amelia Island Plantation as a part of a conference. From a business perspective this is NOT a good hotel. No internet was available in the tennis villa that I stayed in. Al...
beautiful beach, okay resort - user review
Just returned from a 3 night stay over labor day weekend. Overall, our visit was okay. The beach is beautiful and by far the best attraction there. The rooms at the Inn appeared nic...
Beautiful Location, Mediocre Accomodations - user review
My husband and I have stayed at the Amelia Island Plantation Inn on three separate occasions, drawn by the gorgeous, uncrowded beach and the spa. The first two times were very enjoyable and ...
Not a premium resort experience - user review
Only a so-so hotel located on a beautiful piece of property.Definitely not a premium resort although they tout themselves to be. Bell staff moderately attentive. Restaurant staff h...
Unimpressed with Amelia Island Plantation - user review
Stayed at the Amelia Island Plantation this week, for only one night. I did not stay at the resort as a tourist but due to the lack of availability at the Ritz-Carlton where I was atte...
The good and the BAD - user review
We stayed in Sea Dunes Villa 2 bed/2bath full kitchen a washer/dryer, balcony overlooking the Ocean for a week over Xmas. The unit is individually owned but rented out by the resort with all...
Best Family resort, period! - user review
What a great discovery! They are right, this place has been kept a secret and I am so glad I discovered it. 1350 acres of some of the most beautiful and natural surroundings I have eve...
i love this place!!! - user review
This place is so beautiful. There are palm trees everywhere and the beach is nice and secluded. There are absolutly no spring breakers, the beaches are never crowded, and the fo...
Amelia Island Plantation (Amelia Island, FL) - reviews, resort photos, videos, special price , interative map & directions
AAA-Four Diamond â€¢ 1350 acre property â€¢ Three 18-hole championship golf courses & 23 clay tennis courts â€¢ Health and Fitness center â€¢ Award-winning Youth Programs â€¢ Fine shops and Full Service Spa â€¢ Excellent ...
Amelia Island Plantation - photos and tips of Amelia Island Plantation Inn and Beach Club
, a twenty minute drive from Jacksonville. Amelia Island has some excellent beach resorts, and interesting day-trips also: take a nature walk or boat tour; stroll through a beautifully restored Victorian town; visit a historic fort; ...
Amelia Island Plantation - Book Online
At Amelia Island Plantation, we are pleased to provide our guests with the highest levels of service. All rooms will receive housekeeping services based on the guest’s length of stay. Daily service will apply to all hotel rooms and group stays. Daily service includes making beds, tidying the u...
Orbitz: Amelia Island Plantation
Amelia Island Plantation is Florida*s premier AAA-Four Diamond destination island resort in perfect harmony with nature. The 1350 acre property overlooks the blue water of the Atlantic on the east and the green marshland and Intracoastal Waterway on the west. The resort accommodations include 418 oc...
The Verandah - Amelia Island Plantation
Our whirlwind afternoon touring the Amelia Island Plantation was topped off with a wonderfully relaxing dinner for two at The Verandah. My husband and I enjoyed the view until our waitress brought our drinks and salad. The Verandah Salad is superb! The greens are topped off with almonds, sunflower s...
Mobil Travel Guide: Amelia Island Plantation Inn FL
• 905 rooms, 6 story. Pets accepted, some restrictions; fee. Check-in 4 pm, check-out 11 am. High-speed Internet access, wireless Internet access. Seven restaurants, three bars. Children's activity center. Fitness room, fitness classes available, spa. Beach. 23 indoor/outdoor pools, children's ...
Amelia Island Plantation | Oakmarsh Golf Course
The 18-hole Oakmarsh course at the Amelia Island Plantation facility in Amelia Island, Florida features 6,580 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 71.7 and it has a slope rating of 130 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Pete Dye, ASGCA, the Oakmarsh golf course ...