The Casa Monica Hotel is located in the heart of St. Augustine's historic district at the corner of King and Cordova Streets, just a block away from the famous boutique and antique shopping area known as St. George Street. We are across the street from Flagler College (once the Ponce de Leon Hotel) and Lightner Museum (once the Alcazar Hotel). The incredible beaches of St. Johns County are only five minutes away.
From the Jacksonville area (or North)
Take I-95 South to Exit 318 (at the outlet mall). Turn left onto S.R. 16 and go 5 miles to U.S.-1. Turn right onto U.S.-1 south and go 2 miles to King St. Turn left onto King St. Go to the 3rd stoplight, the Casa Monica Hotel is located on your right-hand side, on the corner of King St. And Cordova St. Valet Parking is available on King street. Drive inside the valet Carriage entrance on the right.
From the Daytona area (or South)
Take I-95 North to exit 311. Turn right onto S.R. 207 East to U.S.-1 North. Stay on U.S.-1 North for .6 miles until you arrive at the intersection of U.S.-1 and King St. Turn right onto King St. and go to the 3rd stoplight, the Casa Monica Hotel is located on your right-hand side, at the corner of King St. and Cordova St. Valet parking is available.
From the Orlando area (or West)
Take I-4 East all the way to I-95. Take I-95 North to US 1 (Exit 298), turn right. Stay on U.S.-1 North for 16 miles until you arrive at the intersection of U.S.-1 and King St. Turn right onto King St. Go approximately ½ mile, the Casa Monica Hotel is located on your right-hand side, at the corner of King St. and Cordova St. Valet parking is available.
Nearby airports include Jacksonville International Airport and Daytona Airport, both 60 minutes away. Orlando and its attractions are located just 95 minutes away.
Shuttle service to and from the airport
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HotMobile 2016 is pleased to provide travel support to selected students from universities in the U.S., to broaden the participation in our workshop. This support is made possible by the generous support from National Science Foundation (NSF). Following the NSF supporting guideline, students in U.S. universities are only eligible to apply for the travel support.
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