Courtyard Jacksonville Butler Boulevard

4670 Lenoir Ave S, Jacksonville, 32216-4033, FL

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1 Room / 2 Adults

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2 adults
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Located near Jacksonville Memorial Arena and EverBank Field, this hotel is ideal for families seeking out a sporting event or concert. Jacksonville Beach is about 12 miles away too. After a game or a beach day, families can head back to the hotel and enjoy some quality time by the outdoor pool. The comfortable and spacious guestrooms and suites feature a king or two double beds, a sleeper sofa in a separate sitting area, mini-fridge, microwave, coffee maker and flat screen television. Cribs and rollaway beds are also available upon request. Complimentary Wi-Fi access can be found throughout the hotel, which is nice for those families who are seeking to stay connected to work, home or work. Families can start each morning with the cook-to-order breakfast at the onsite restaurant called, The Bistro, where dinner is also served.

Our Editor Loves

  • Outdoor pool
  • Jacksonville Memorial Arena nearby
  • Jacksonville Beach 12 miles away

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator


Avoid for now

by bigguns182

If you would like to stay at a construction site then this is the hotel for you. They began at 8am and keep it going until 7pm. I really wish that there was some mention of this when booking. I am sure when they are done in a few months it will be a great hotel like most courtyards. But I would suggest that you avoid for now.

Handicap parking party fail!!

by Jim W

So I have stayed at this hotel over the years and really like it. The crew in the cafe are great and the front desk staff are a close second. So I instructed my travel planner to, once again, put me there. Unfortunately I didn’t know this property was under very serious and extensive exterior renovation. What this meant for me as a handicapped person is that this property’s administrative management simply ignored the need for “near the door” handicap parking. It would have been simple to concrete some handicap signs in Homer Buckets and make some of the closest parking spaces to the temporary door, handicap spaces. I am very curious as to why the city/county didn’t demand this in the permitting process. Tonight I was forced to park around the front of the building-the furthest spot from the temporary entry, and struggle with my cane and laundry. Not good! Makes me very angry at the comfortably mobile patrons who hogged all the near spots.