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It’s hard to surpass the pleasant bustle of Jacksonville, Florida. As a major city in the southeastern US, Jacksonville’s ocean side streets make for a great tourism destination for those who enjoy museums or outdoor festivals.

Jacksonville’s cultural appeal is broadly American, and the city doesn’t see that many international tourists despite having great tourism infrastructure. Though the city’s public transportation isn’t comprehensive, it’s quick and easy to take a ride along the Jacksonville Skyway, which is an elevated tramway in the downtown area.

Jacksonville is warm throughout the year except for the deep winter months, when it’s still warmer than freezing. Most visitors will be visiting Jacksonville during the spring or summer months to lounge around on the eastern beaches facing the Atlantic.

What Kinds Of Hotels Are There In Jacksonville?

In general, Jacksonville hotels are large chain hotels, though a few smaller independent and boutique hotels exist. You’ll be able to find a luxury hotel if you want one, and you might even be able to book it at a low rate. Be sure to check with us here at Skyscanner when you book a luxury hotel in Jacksonville so that we can help you find the best rate.

How Expensive Are Hotels In Jacksonville?

As of 2017, hotels in Jacksonville range from $70 to $250. That’s quite a large range, so you should think carefully about what your price point is before booking your trip. The more expensive large chain hotels are more likely to have full suites of amenities like pools and gyms than the smaller hotels, though all hotels will offer parking spots.

If you’re interested in saving money by going farther out of the city, heading northwest or west will help you to net a few deals, but you’ll have to travel far for them. Jacksonville is very car friendly, so don’t let a distant hotel location dissuade you from booking.

What Should I Do In Jacksonville?

Jacksonville’s museums are one of its biggest draws, as the city boasts both a traditional art museum as well as a modern art museum. There are also dozens of independent art galleries displaying their wares downtown. If art isn’t your thing, check out the Science and History Museum downtown.

Aside from museums, Jacksonville has some theaters that routinely host musical acts from around the country. Jacksonville’s musical flavor is largely pop and country, though the city does have its symphony orchestra for more traditional fare.