What are the rooms like at Ponte Vedra Inn & Club?

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The guest rooms at Ponte Vedra Inn & Club vary, though they all share a classic resort style. There are a few different room types, including oceanfront rooms and suites and historic rooms located in the main building, which dates back to 1937. For the most part, however, you can expect to find a traditional and classic décor with floral prints, four-poster beds and wood furniture. The preferred oceanfront rooms are the most updated and have crown moldings and large entryways as well as stunning views. Don’t expect to find the most modern style here; fabrics and décor are a little old school and that’s the way longtime guests seem to like it.

Natalie Wearstler

There’s a good reason why guests at Ponte Vedra Inn & Club feel as if they’re right at home in each of the 250 guest rooms and suites on the resort’s property. Residential interior designers from Northeast Florida were commissioned to appoint each room of the Inn; their pool of impeccable taste is reflected in luxurious linens, elegant drapes and impressive local art. Not a single twin bed can be found in this sophisticated Jacksonville hotel — only king and queen mattresses dressed with duvets, bed skirts and triple-digit thread count sheets. Other amenities, such as plush robes, Wi-Fi and a coffee maker with premium ground beans, come standard in each room. Traveling with a large party? Adjoining rooms allow family and friends to move about their lodgings with ease, while still ensuring individual privacy.

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