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Resorts in Hilton Head Island


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Hilton Head Island Resorts

When can I find the best deals on resorts on Hilton Head Island?

Over 10 miles of sugar-sand beaches, world-class golf greens, 100s of tennis courts, and blissful waterfront dining are just some of the reasons why vacationers make the trip to South Carolina's Hilton Head Island. Many head straight to the resort town's luxurious beachfront resorts, with these at their most popular over the balmy summer months when it always pays to book your preferred Hilton Head Island resort in advance. The winter months often bring with them the cheapest deals on resorts, though savvy travelers soon realize that spring and fall serve up an ideal combo of pleasant weather and affordable accommodation.

Top resorts on Hilton Head Island

Lowcountry lifestyle is at its most enjoyable when you're relaxing in one of Hilton Head Island's sumptuous resorts. For starters, there's Sonesta Resort Hilton Head Island, a 4-star pick packed with family-friendly amenities, along with an upscale spa for the grown-ups. Perched beside Singleton Beach is the Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort, which boasts 54 holes of championship golf, beachside hot tubs, and a lively calendar of resort activities. Nearby, the Hilton Head Marriott Resort & Spa is among the largest of the island's resorts. There, you'll find top-notch dining, a soothing selection of signature spa services, and more than 500 guest rooms with private balconies.

Where are the best areas for resorts on Hilton Head Island?

Many of the resorts on Hilton Head Island can be found peppering the town's Atlantic coastline, with those near the Robert Trent Jones-crafted fairways proving to be a great pick for golfers. Almost directly inland lies Shelter Cove, a pretty spot where deluxe resorts dot the water's edge. In between, William Hilton Parkway is lined with shops, bars, and dining spots. Still more Hilton Head Island resorts sit beside the waterfront in Harbour Town. There, you'll find a picture postcard-perfect scene: a marina filled with yachts, surrounded by al fresco eateries and one-of-a-kind galleries, and overlooked by the red-and-white striped Harbour Town Lighthouse.

What are resorts like on Hilton Head Island?

When you opt to stay in one of the island's plush resorts, you can almost guarantee you'll find yourself within strolling distance of the sand. Many resorts even boast their own private stretch of beach, complete with loungers, oversized parasols, and that all-important waiter service. There's ample opportunity to relax in the grounds of the resorts, too, with some of the high-end options coming fully loaded with trimmings like indulgent spas, fine dining, and numerous sparkling pools. Family-friendly resorts on Hilton Head Island earn serious brownie points, courtesy of daily activities, kids' clubs, live entertainment, and in-room babysitting.

How much do resorts typically cost on Hilton Head Island?

Although the cost of a stay in a Hilton Head Island resort will vary depending on when you travel, a good starting point in the planning stage is to budget between $150 and $200 a night for a couple. And, with very little in the way of distance between each cluster of resorts, those rates tend to apply right across the island. Of course, if you're planning a getaway in one of the town's 4-star resorts, you can reasonably expect that to rise to somewhere around the $250–$300 mark, an additional outlay that often brings with it a parade of luxury extras.