The Ritz-Carlton
4750 Amelia Island Parkway
Amelia Island, Florida 32034 United States
Telephone: (904)277-1100

Meeting rates are subject to limited availability and applicable taxes currently 10.25%, services fees, and/or Hotel-specific fees.

Guest Room Features & Amenities

  • Ocean View, Ocean Front or Coastal View
  • All guestrooms and suites with private balcony or terrace
  • One king or two queen beds 
  • Luxurious 400TC Egyptian Frette 100% cotton linens 
  • Goose down and non-allergenic foam pillows 
  • Marble baths with dual vanities and showers
  • Coffee & Tea presentation 
  • Lighted makeup mirror and hair dryer 
  • Plush bathrobes reside in all of our luxury hotel rooms 
  • Personal wall safe 
  • 55-inch flat-screen televisions
  • On Demand video and streaming services  
  • USB charging stations and alarm clocks  
  • Guest-Tek wireless service 
  • Iron/ironing board 
  • Twice-daily housekeeping service 
  • Made-to-order meals available through in-room dining

Property Features & Amenities

  • 1.5 miles of dune-lined beachfront 
  • 18 holes of championship golf 
  • Six restaurant dining options (one outdoors and seasonal) 
  • Five cocktail lounges (one outdoors and seasonal) 
  • The Ritz-Carlton Spa 
  • Full-service beauty salon
  • On-site fitness center 
  • Indoor and outdoor heated pools with whirlpool 
  • On-site tennis facilities 
  • More than 48,000 square feet of function space plus several ocean side outdoor venues, accommodating groups of 15 to 1,000 people 
  • Ritz Kids® program, children's pool
  • Resort Naturalist program and guest discovery tours
  • Retail gift shops including Lilly Pulitzer® and Southern Tide®
  • Two universal car charging stations
  • Three Tesla car charging stations


At The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, the restaurants center upon simple ingredients, transforming them through technique, seasoning and plating. Salt offers AAA Five Diamond dining showcasing its namesake spice, while Coast highlights local seafood and the Fernandina and Amelia Island experience.

  • Salt
  • Coast
  • Coquina
  • The Pub
  • The Lobby Bar
  • In-Room Dining

Resort Fee

The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island assesses a $25 resort fee per room, per night. Amenities and services* provided in the resort fee include:

  • High-speed wireless in-room internet access for up to five devices
  • One fitness class daily, per room
  • Two bicycles for two hours per day
  • Use of practice facilities and one bag of range balls at The Golf Club of Amelia Island. Proper golf attire is required.
  • Tennis court privileges including racquets and balls for one hour per day
  • Beach umbrella (one per room)
  • Beach Boogie Board (one per room)

* Amenities and services may vary by season.

Local Activities

  • Amelia Island Cruises and Charters
  • Fort Clinch State Park (nineteenth century fort)
  • Deep See Fishing
  • Amelia Island Museum of History
  • Kelly Seahorse Ranch (horseback riding on the beach)
  • Skydrive Amelia Island or Air Amelia
  • Marlin & Barrel Distillery (local run and vodka)
  • Shopping, antiquing, and art galleried downtown Fernandina Beach
  • Island Vibes Surf Shop (rentals and surf lessons)
  • Amelia Island Trolleys
  • Fernandina Beach Farmer's Market

Night Spots

  • Green Turtle Tavern (laid back beer and wine tavern with live music)
  • Local's Cocktail Lounge (casual neighborhood bar)
  • Salty Pelican Bar & Grill (sunset viewsfrom two-story bar)
  • Amelia Tavern (brewery)
  • Palace Saloon (Florida's oldest operating bar)
  • The Decantery (premier wine, craft beer, cocktail lounge)
  • Sliders Seaside Grill (oceanfront tiki bar, second story oceanview)
  • Brett's Waterway Cafe (overlooking Amelia River and Fernandina Harbir Marina
  • Florida House Inn (oldest surviving hotel in Florida, indoor and outdoor bar)
  • Baxter's (neighborhood bar and steakhouse)

Local Restruants 

  • Espana Restraunt & Tapas (Traditional flavors from Spain & Portugal)
  • Cafe Karibo (garden patio, home brew)
  • Cucina South (Italian bistro)
  • Wicked Bao (Asian street food)
  • Burlingame (seasonally inspired cuisine, modern American food)
  • T-Rays Burger Station (in an old gas station)
  • Salt Life Food Shack
  • Timoti's Seafood Shak (pation seating available)
  • David's Restruant & Lounge (upscale bar & grill with steaks and seafood)
  • Lagniappe (flavors of New Orleans, Charleston, adn Savannah)
  • Hola Cuban Cafe (Cuban sandwhiches)
  • Other: Tasty's Burgers & Fries, Happy Tomato Cafe, Moon River, Joe's 2nd Street bistro, Fancy Sushi, Ciao Bistro, Le Clos, Arte Pizza, Cantina Louie