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Courtyard Jacksonville Mayo Clinic/Beaches in Jacksonville, FL

Courtyard Jacksonville Mayo Clinic/Beaches in Jacksonville, FL

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The Courtyard Jacksonville Mayo Clinic/Beaches, located directly on the campus of the Mayo Clinic near St Johns Town Center Shopping, is newly renovated with a state-of-the-art lobby and stylish guest rooms. We encourage outside the room thinking and are happy to share the Jacksonville Courtyard keeps you close to the famed Jacksonville Beach, the University of North Florida, PGA Offices and The Players Championship. The exciting new features at this hotel in Jacksonville include inviting, flexible spaces to work or relax, free Wi-Fi throughout the lobby area and easy access to the latest news, weather and airport conditions via our GoBoard. The highlight of our new lobby experience is The Bistro. Eat. Drink. Connect. Guests will enjoy enhanced food and beverage offerings in the morning, weekday lunch options and all-new dinner service in the evening, or The Market, your 24-hour one-stop shop for fresh sandwiches and snacks. We happily offer complimentary shuttle service to Mayo Clinic

 

Company Info:

Rating: 2.60

Address: 14390 Mayo Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL, 32224
  • Mon: Open 24 hours
  • Tue: Open 24 hours
  • Wed: Open 24 hours
  • Thu: Open 24 hours
  • Fri: Open 24 hours
  • Sat: Open 24 hours
  • Sun: Open 24 hours

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Comments (5):

1. Win R.
No breakfast. No wireless in rooms. Thin walls. Uninterested front desk attendant. Premium room price. Poor Value.

And....I'm a dissapointed Marriott rewards member!

14/02/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
2. Will A.
I watched my grandma turn 90 before I got my food at The Bistro in the lobby (but seriously, it was her 90th birthday). I got a breakfast sandwich which was tasty but definitely not worth the hour wait. The staff needs to be more organized as they forgot our orders multiple (3+) times.

05/01/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
3. Janene H.
I always base my hotel reviews on whether or not I got a good nights sleep. Everything else to me is less important. The first night we were put on the third floor just across the hall from the ice machine. I have a new rule for booking hotels: ASK FOR A ROOM AWAY FROM THE ICE MACHINE AND ELEVATOR. That first night every half hour when the machine would cycle it would wake us up. It was an old, loud, machine that should have been replaced. It was so bad we asked to be moved for our second night.

The next day we were told our new room was ready so we moved all of our stuff (including a four year old) to the opposite end of the hotel only to find our new room dirty. I had to go back to the lobby and was sent to another room, which, thankfully was good to go. The beds, in both rooms, were uncomfortable. The pillows were awful! If possible bring your own from home. They are so small and lumpy that when you roll over at night your head falls off the pillow. The ice machine by our new room was much quieter than the other.

Now the good: Overall the hotel looks good. It looks like it has been renovated recently. There is fresh paint everywhere with modern decor. The lobby is almost too modern with cutesy names for things like, "Media Nook" (seating area with TV)and "Welcome Pedestals" (check in counter). The rooms are clean. The staff was helpful and apologetic for our troubles. We had free breakfast each day as compensation. When Win R. wrote his review it must have been prerenovation. This hotel has a Bistro restaurant and ample seating. The food is decent and prepared to order. I thought that for $94 a night the cost was very reasonable. Oh, and our kids took advantage of the heated pool and indoor jacuzzi!

The hotel is also conveniently located (ie. walking distance) from the Mayo Clinic. It is two miles away from shopping and restaurants (take San Pablo north). The beach is only about 10-15 minutes away on Butler Parkway. If not for that first night this hotel would have earned four stars.

15/02/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
4. Joseph J.
For sure a hotel for 60+ old people. Rooms are fine, nothing fancy and for sure not up to the standards of the usual Courtyards I'm used to... Front desk staff isn't very professional. Hotel has no life to it nor around it. Front desk laughed when I asked if the shuttle could take me 3 miles to a restaurant I read about-"we only shuttle around the Mayo"- should probably list that in their advertising... No free breakfast and the only place on property to eat closes 1-5pm... No signage to alert you  either... Front desk staff just watches ya from across the Lobby standing there like an idiot. It's clean, but no life here. Disappointing.

08/05/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
5. Jason B.
I was in the area for a quick work trip and decided to stay here.  The rates were quite reasonable and the staff was wonderful.  In addition to my stay, I needed a conference room which was rented to me for a minor charge, and the staff was willing to accommodate me with whatever I needed for my event.  It should be noted that since Win R.'s review, there is now free wireless internet and breakfast was included in my rate.

The hotel from the outside looks dated...that typical "old" Courtyard by Marriott look.  But its not until you walk inside that you really go, "Wow!"  The place has clearly been remodeled recently and has that sleek modern look.

With plenty of TVs, couches and chairs in the lobby area, there are tons of places to sit and relax outside of your room for a bit.  The bistro is front and center in the lobby area. Wouldn't by my choice, but it works.  I had lunch there yesterday and plan to have breakfast and lunch there today.  The food was quite good and reasonably priced.  I was happy to see that the bistro also offered beer, wine, and cocktails at night...and yes, I did indulge for a night cap.  

The room was quite comfortable with a great couch and table in the room to go along with the desk and bed.  The bed was okay and the pillows the same.

The walls don't seem too thin, but the doors do.  My room was on the 1st floor and near one of the exit doors.  Because of my location, I could hear a lot of conversations as they passed by my room.  It arguably is my fault for not recognizing my location and asking for change, but what are you gonna do? Other than that, my stay has been wonderful.

09/06/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0