Category: Florida Winter Getaways
Merry Everything and a Happy Always

  This holiday season make your way to Amelia Island; from a Victorian themed Dickens on Centre to Cookie Tours there is something to make even a Scrooge merry! The season kicked off in fashion with the Annual Tree Lighting downtown followed by decorations going up all around the hotel to ring in the holidays. The island is abuzz with

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Heart Connections: Learn Something New Every Day

Heart Connections: Learn Something New Every Day. “Those shoes… I don’t know how you women walk in ‘em. My wife used to wear them all the time, but not so much anymore!” The older gentleman offered with a chuckle from a few feet away. I had just walked in for my final interview and was wearing some killer heels that

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Spring Break Amelia Island

Even though it may be chilly still up north, when Spring Break comes around Amelia Island is warm, sunny, and ready for visitors. Residence Inn Amelia Island in Fernandina Beach Florida offers beautiful suites, amenities, and prime location to enjoy everything the island has to offer, located just steps from the pristine white sandy beaches and a short drive to

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Gator Bowl and New Year’s Eve Weekend on Amelia Island

Celebrate the end of 2011 and the high hopes of the New Year with us at Residence Inn Amelia Island! Enjoy a romantic couples getaway, girls weekend, or family fun weekend all while ushering in the new year. Take a weekend to unwind before the resolutions and other after-holiday chaos begins. Stroll around our historic district and visit the eclectic mix of shops, book

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Christmas Festivities in Fernandina Beach

Looking for a fun girls weekend getaway, family getaway, or couples getaway? Plan a trip to stay with us at Residence Inn Amelia Island and get into the holiday spirit. After filling up on a delicious Thanksgiving feast, the weekend after will usher in the Christmas season for Amelia Island. On the 25th, enjoy the Black Friday tradition of historic Fernandina where locals

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