You will find that all of our accommodations are completely renovated and updated.  Each of our cozy rooms feature: Free wi-fi access, pillow-top mattresses, refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers, and hair dryers.  Don’t forget to ask about our Jacuzzi rooms with an ocean view or one of our deluxe three room suites!

Our goal at the Magic Beach Motel is to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.  We treat our guests like family. If there are any special needs that you or your loved ones may have, don’t hesitate to ask.  We appreciate, and ENJOY, being a part of your vacationing memories!

At the Magic Beach Motel, each room is unique in it’s own special way.  We have carried this uniqueness, with you in mind, to accommodate a variety of different needs.  Below, you will find a list of each room type available.  There truly is something for everyone.

Room Specifications:

-King room (includes amenities listed above)

-King room with Kitchenette

-Queen + Twin, Kitchenette

-King + Queen, Kitchenette, Mini suite

-King with Jacuzzi and Ocean view

-King with Kitchenette, Jacuzzi, and Ocean view

-Deluxe Suite- King room, separate Queen room, separate Kitchen

-Deluxe Jacuzzi room- 2 Queen beds, Kitchenette, Ocean View

Special note:  In making sure that ALL of your needs are catered to, many of our rooms are handicap accessible. 

-ALL ROOMS ARE NON-SMOKING-

~ Still not finding what you’re looking for?  We would be more than happy to assist you directly.  Please, give us a call at (904) 342-5263 ~ 

NOTE:  A minimum length of stay may be required over weekends, holidays, and special events. 

{Our Cancellation Policy:  In order to reserve a space for you, and secure your reservation, we require the equivalent of one nights stay as a deposit (including tax).  This deposit will be applied, and deducted, from your balance.  Your deposit is fully refundable.  However, In order to refund your deposit, we require 72 hours notice of your cancellation, before your arrival date.}  

The Magic Beach Motel was originally built in 1951 and was one among several little motels in the area.  Over the decades, it stayed a small operation and changed owners a few times. The small motel began to draw big excitement in Vilano Beach in the late ’90s as film crews started coming to town. Trucks and mobile homes started taking up residence in the vacant land across from the Vilano Beach Motel, and “a strange patrol car was parked in the motel parking lot for weeks.”

Eventually, residents learned that the strange patrol car was part of the set for the filming of “Safe Harbor” starring Rue McClanahan and Gregory Harrison. The series was about a sheriff and father of three boys living in Magic Beach, Fla., a fictional town. His mother, played by McClanahan, owned the Magic Beach Motel, and all of them lived there together. The sign, which features rabbits, a hat and neon lighting, came because the fictional owner’s husband had been a magician.

The Magic Beach Motel began to become a bit run down over the years and, in 2010, was damaged in a fire.  Two years later following a major renovation, the hotel is restored and modernized without losing its original charm. The art deco motel had its official re-opening on June 20, 2012 complete with a ribbon-cutting and a few speeches. The motel features pink flamingos, bright colors, neon lights, a clock and, of course, the Magic Beach Motel sign.

Most room murals have survived several owners and have been restored in the past several months. Among them are a painting of Ponce de Leon, and scenes from St. Augustine, including Flagler College.