National Register Travel Itinerary--Georgia-Florida


St. Augustine

27) Alcazar Hotel

The 1889 Spanish Renaissance Revival style Alcazar Hotel was the second luxury hotel constructed by Henry Flagler. The design of the Alcazar was inspired by the royal palace in Seville, Spain. With its two large towers, many spires and red tile roofs, the Alcazar lives up to its name derived from the Arabic word Al-kasr or "royal castle." The St. Augustine City Hall and the Lightner Museum now occupy the hotel.

Northern Florida Map The Alcazar Hotel is at 79 King Street in downtown St. Augustine.

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