Surrounded by beaches, this part of South Carolina is a beloved place for golfers: the PGA Tour comes here every April. And there are plenty of golf courses for non-professionals to play too. In addition to the putting greens, there is greenery in general, from the abundant and wild Spanish moss to the Museum of Coastal Discovery, the garden and exotic trees are waiting here.
An island with an easy pace (and dolphins!) , tourists and vacationers increase rapidly during the summer months. Large numbers of tourists peak around July, when heat, humidity and mild storms are abundant. crowds thin out around October. , but with the arrival of spring comes the Wine and Food Festival in March. Even in the off-season, the weather in Hilton Head is pleasant, with January highs of around 60oF. no matter what season you’re in! Arriving, these beachfront hotels offer at least some gorgeous ocean views.
BEACH HOUSE RESORT
From $191 per night.
Another fact about Hilton Head is that these resorts are traditionally known as plantations. As the name implies, they’re grand in a classic Southern way. But not all travelers want to be expansive and flashy. The Beach House Resort caters to these folk with a beachy, casual vibe that includes a tiki bar. Every night, it offers chilled cocktails alongside live music in its down-to-earth, laid-back atmosphere. The on-site restaurant, Porch Southern, serves up meaty, often grilled fare from the South Carolina Lowcountry. A breakfast buffet is also served each morning, and beach access is always close at hand – this resort is a short walk from Coligny Beach’s inviting! The white sand is only a few feet away.
Omni Beach Resort & Spa
From $197 per night.
We told you golfers love Hilton Head, and apparently pro golfers love the Omni because it’s the The Official Hotel Brand of the PGA Tour. Line up your dates correctly and maybe you’ll get to meet some professional golfers, but at least you’ll enjoy many of this resort’s Amenities, from 11 miles of lagoons and bike trails to tennis courts and of course a championship golf course (three ‘hours,’ (Actually). After a day of reason, your muscles are probably sore, so why not stop at the Ocean Tide Spa? Or break out the resort map and head to a more natural paradise: a cozy private beach extension.
Harbour City Hotel & Club
From $308 per night.
Feeling exquisite? This highly rated luxury hotel is sure to satisfy your chichi side, with one of its 60 rooms, each designed… It’s tastefully done and reflects the historic atmosphere of Hilton Head. Guests comment that the staff is very helpful, such as an anecdote about a staff member in the hot tub for the Two guests concocted an off-menu mint julep. Yes, 24-hour butler service is actually offered here. That, along with beach access, a pool and spacious rooms should be enough to make you feel like an aristocrat.
BEST WESTERN OCEAN BREEZE INN (The Best Westwind Inn)
From 144 RMB/night
OK, it’s a three-star, mid-tier chain hotel, so no, this Best Western doesn’t have an Inn and Club or a… Omni beachfront charm. But it does sport a relaxed and modern interior design, as well as all the expected amenities – including the requisite breakfast munchies! Like bacon, fruit juice, cereal and eggs. If you want to broaden your dining options, there are dozens of restaurants within a mile of the hotel. Also within walking distance. Coligny Plaza, where you can shop, and Coligny Beach, where you can swim.
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS
From $135 per night
This 153-room Holiday Inn isn’t glamorous – but then again, it kind of is, given that it sits on six acres of The land is adorned with sparkling lagoons and swaying trees. In addition to the unexpected beauty, all the amenities you need are here: from towels in the pool to free Wi-Fi and a continental breakfast. The interior of the hotel has also been renovated over the past few years to fit the Holiday Inn’s “Blue Express” design formula, which the company says is The goal is to serve the “smart traveler” demographic. Given the average prices here, and the number of essentials included, this is indeed a smart choice.