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• Learn about the Casa Monica Resort & Spa's rich history. Architect Franklin W. Smith constructed the Casa Monica but and eventually sold the hotel back hotel magnate Henry Flagler. The building has changed hands and names countless times in the last century. It even served as St. Augustine’s courthouse before sitting vacant for over 17 years. Richard C. Kessler purchased the building in 1997 which sparked the revitalization of the historic St. Augustine that exists today.

• Notice the details from hand-painted gold leaf archways and Spanish tapestries to wrought iron, four-poster beds and mahogany tables. Intricacies and nuances create inspiring experiences at the Casa Monica Resort & Spa.

• Admire the architecture, artwork and chandeliers throughout the ballrooms and guestrooms of the Casta Monica Resort & Spa. The Marianne Lerbs oil-on-linen painting that welcomes guests into the valet tunnel tells stories of Florida’s Native American history. Laura DiNello’s work in the guest stairway depicts the famous Lions that protect the Bridge of Lions. Around every corner is a work of art offering a new perspective.

• Discover the luxuriously appointed accommodations of the Casa Monica Resort & Spa, which feature Spanish-style furnishings, wrought iron four poster beds, mahogany tables, and wicker lounge chairs. Suites are located in the stately towers of this historic hotel and span two to three stories.
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