Red Roof Inn Jacksonville - Orange Park Red Roof Inn Jacksonville

6099 Youngerman Circle, Jacksonville, FL   Directions
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Pet-friendly, family-friendly Red Roof Inn Jacksonville – Orange Park is near the Orange Park Mall and offers free Wi-Fi and flat screen TV. Close to Cummer Museum of Arts & Gardens, Museum of Science and History, Jacksonville Landing, EverBank Field, Jacksonville Zoo, World Golf Hall of Fame, Jacksonville beaches and St. Augustine outlet malls. This hotel is also close to I-295, the Jacksonville Naval Air Station and the Blue Angels.

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Located within one mile of Orange Park Mall, Red Roof Inn Jacksonville – Orange Park is within 20–40 minutes of a wide variety of attractions, including Cummer Museum of Arts & Gardens, Museum of Science and History, Jacksonville Landing, Everbank Field, Jacksonville Zoo, World Golf Hall of Fame, Jacksonville beaches and St. Augustine Outlet malls. Orange Park Medical Center, Clay-Duval Pet Emergency Clinic and Jacksonville Naval Station are also nearby. This hotel is located by an AMC Theater and is within walking distance of several restaurants and a major grocery store.

This inn features an outdoor heated pool, voicemail, in-room safes and free long distance available in all rooms. All rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat screen TV. One well-behaved family pet per room is welcome.

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Key Amenities


Wi-Fi
Kids 17 & Under Stay Free
Pets Stay Free

Hotel Amenities


Value
  • Free Coffee in the Lobby
  • Free Expanded Cable
  • Free Long Distance
Recreation
  • Swimming Pool
Convenience
  • ADA Accessible Parking
  • ADA Accessible Rooms
  • Portable Cribs Available
  • Restaurant within Walking Distance
  • Snack Center
Transportation
  • Free Parking

Nearby


Attractions
  • Bestbet Orange Park (2.62 mi)
  • Adventure Landing Jacksonville-Blanding (4.02 mi)
  • Jacksonville Naval Air Station (3.86 mi)
  • Cecil Airport (8.49 mi)
  • The Prime Osborn III Convention Center (10.04 mi)
  • Florida State College at Jacksonville Downtown Campus (10.74 mi)
  • EverBank Field (10.82 mi)
  • Jacksonville Fairgrounds (10.88 mi)
  • The Jacksonville Port Authority (13.09 mi)
  • Jacksonville University (13.42 mi)
Airports
  • Jacksonville International Airport (LAN) (20.72 mi)
Restaurants
  • China Buffet (0.21 mi)
  • Chuck E. Cheese's (0.06 mi)
  • Philly Connection (0.24 mi)
  • Carrabba's Italian Grill (0.11 mi)
  • Larry's Giant Subs (0.37 mi)
  • Olive Garden Italian Restaurant (0.18 mi)
  • Mission BBQ (0.07 mi)
  • Renna's Pizza (0.26 mi)
  • Chipotle Mexican Grill (0.25 mi)
  • Ted's Montana Grill (0.25 mi)

TripAdvisor Ratings


Great location, but dirty and unsafe
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September 17, 2018

I have just returned from an evacuation from Charleston due to Hurricane Florence where I fled to one of the only hotels with availability in Jacksonville I could afford that would also accept pets, the Red Roof Inn in Orange Park, Florida, from Wednesday Sept 11 till Sunday, Sept 16. Let's start with some positive aspects. This hotel is conveniently located right off I-295, with easy on/off to the interstate. It's within walking distance to all sorts of restaurants, a Publix grocery store, a TJ Maxx, etc. Being an RRI they do not charge for pets, and there are grassy areas for dogs (I was travelling with a cat). There is a small pool that although aged and cracked, was maintained by an independent pool service, which was a good thing, and seemed clean. Room 232 at RRI Orange Park is a biohazard. It is a smoking room (although no ashtray provided, oddly), and at least one smoker has left several gobs of smoker phlegm on the curtains (photo included). The same curtains are oddly stained along the bottom, presumably from the ac unit below, and torn and frayed(photo included). The walls are variously stained and pockmarked in the bathroom as well as the bedroom area. The toilet seat is flecked with burn marks(photo included) Light switches are caked in filth, and the new hardware on the shower and tub at best gave forth a shower not unlike a tepid garden hose. The drawer units have metal handles that are literally rusted. There are the remnants of a former AC/heat system, a yellowed wall controller, and a dirty unit 8 feet long above the window(photo). I opted for the "Superior" King room which offered such amenities as "in-room coffee, hair dryer" which were not provided, and "Microwave and Mini-Fridge" that were provided but in a diminished and dirty capacity. The microwave was fine enough, but had the plastic rotisserie without the accompanying glass pan that it's there to rotate. The mini fridge had a freezer portion that was inches thick with ice, and sat crooked because it had leaked into and warped the shelving unit it was housed in so much that they cut a slit in the moldy corrugated board to accommodate it's deterioration (photo). This hotel has two two-story buildings with stairs at both the front and back side of each. The back stairs on my building had partially collapsed and a spray painted plywood board was placed there to prevent access and advise guests to walk around (photo). The exterior corridor along the second floor had a dried vomit spot that remained for my four night stay and the corner near Room 232 had a urine smell despite being outdoors. There is a shipping container in the parking lot that presumably the hotel uses for storage. Not only is the container an eyesore but the area behind it became a place for homeless people to sleep at night. There are many amenities one always expects at a hotel that this Red Roof Inn does not provide - a bell cart, breakfast and HBO, and most importantly, security. The lack of security combined with the large number of guests who actually reside permanently in the hotel create ripe conditions for lawlessness. One needs only to spend a short amount of time at the pool to observe the scores of hand to hand transactions that happen in broad daylight around and under the stairwell behind the main building. Pedestrians, people on bikes and cars all come and go all day to meet with one of two young men that seem to live in a room on the second floor of Building One. Many cars didn't even bother to park, just pulled up in the handicap spot next to the pool, and met one of the young gentlemen under the stairs, and off they went. Also curious to me is the hotel's pricing. When I first arrived (again evacuating from Hurricane Florence) a handwritten note was taped to the door advising visitors the property was sold out, as were many of the area's accommodations due to the large number of people fleeing the storm. My original reservation was for two nights which was at a $76 per night rate. As the storm took longer to make landfall than originally predicted many of us had to stay over extra nights. For the third night the rate increased to $91 and then to an unreasonable $107 on my final night. I could never in good conscience recommend this property to anyone. I will end this review by sharing with you a journal entry I recorded while staying there this week ........ "My hotel is on Youngerman Circle. I have seen men younger than me selling drugs out of here, a little prostitution, and even some attempted selling of shoplifted clothes, presumably from the mall down the street. Most heartbreaking of all is a shipping container on the property that a young couple with three kids live behind. The kids do their homework together in the afternoons on my steps. I could write a Hubert Selby-esque novel about my few days here. The Red Roof Inn in Orange Park, Florida is a real Heartbreak Hotel, an Inn of forgotten dreams unfulfilled, Purgatory with a pool. I am really sick of it, but the cat is safe, so there's that."

Clean rooms/ but Old and Run Down
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September 16, 2018

We stayed at the RR under difficult times. We had evacuated from Myrtle Beach before Hurricane Florence. This hotel is old and run down. It is very clean and staffed by incredibly nice people. The front desk person Faatimah is an incredible young lady. She has a difficult job and handles it with grace and professionalism. I did not see her without a big smile on her face.( ever.) They had better never loose that girl. We stayed there because they took dogs and we had 1 dog with us. I walked the property sev, times a day and it appears that I was the only person who picked up after my dog. When the maintenance crew came to mow they just mowed it all in so the grassy areas smelled bad. It looked like people lived there and I did see several drug deals and the occassional prostitute as well. I saw a big police presence as well as they cruised the parking lot quite often. There was a homeless person behind a dumpster on the property. Didnt try the tiny little pool with 2 chairs.....I think you know why!

Hell hole!
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September 14, 2018

Although the room was clean the hotel is very run down and shabby. The breezeway and balcony smelled like urine. The lights in the room were missing bulbs or had burned out bulbs. The bathroom door had a hole in it. The toilet wasn’t bolted to the floor and gave off an odor. The window was fogged. There were people dealing drugs and a homeless family living behind what appeared to be a large dumpster on the property. The pool area had 3 or 4 chairs one of which was broken. I would not recommend this hotel to a dog much less humans.

Maid 2 Order
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September 11, 2018

From Marissa at the front desk to Tiffany that kept it clean and fresh I LOVE this place...111 is my home away from home!! Anyone who comes thru the Ville MUST stay...you won't be dissatisfied at all!!

LOVE THIS PLACE!!!!
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September 11, 2018

Rooms were clean, staff was extremely helpful and friendly especially the manager DK. He was polite and funny. You could tell he enjoyed his job and took it serious. At the time of my stay he was training someone and he was a great teacher to her and made her feel comfortable. The place feels cozy and also is a quiet area. I had no problems or disturbances during my stay. The area is nice, has a lot of shopping choices as well as food places near it. Overall I’d stay again and would recommend this place to anyone.

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Check-in Age: 21 years or older

Pet Policy: One well-behaved family pet is permitted, at no additional charge. Pet must be declared during guest registration and kept on a leash when outside guest room. In consideration of all guests, pets must never be left unattended in the guest room. When you walk your pet on the property, please be considerate and clean up after your pet.

Specific Policy: Guest paying in cash will be required to pay a $50.00 deposit upon check-in, and it will be returned upon check-out.



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