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• Discover the Spanish Mediterranean-style façade of the Casa Marina Hotel and Restaurant. This historic hotel was constructed with stucco, concrete, and tile, thereby making it fireproof with the aid of the first automatic sprinkler system. This landmark hotel is the only remaining grand hotel from the Florida Golden era of the 1920s on the “world’s finest beach.”

• Discover the elegant accommodations of the Casa Marina Hotel. Each distinctive guestroom and parlor suite is individually decorated to represent an era from this historic Jacksonville hotel’s past. Jacksonville was home to a booming movie industry, and Casa Marina quickly became a playground for the rich and famous, as well as political leaders and royalty, as the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Presidents Harry S. Truman and Franklin D. Roosevelt, John D. Rockefeller, actress Jean Harlow, and the infamous Al Capone.

• Discover Jacksonville Beach and take a walk down the vast stretches of gorgeous beach and the famous fishing pier. The town of Jacksonville Beach was originally named Ruby by W.E. Scull, a railroad surveyor with the Jacksonville and Atlantic Railway Company who named the town after his daughter. The town was later renamed Pablo Beach after the San Pablo River, and was finally named Jacksonville Beach in June 1925, the same day that Casa Marina opened its doors.

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