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Where to Stay in Hilton Head Island

Located in South Carolina's lowcountry region, Hilton Head Island is one of the most popular resort towns in the U.S. This small island features miles of beachfront, bike paths and golfing greens as well as a slew of bars and restaurants that serve up tasty local seafood treats. Because of Hilton Head's resort-town status, most visitors opt to book reservations at one of the area's many high-end resorts. Several luxurious resorts are located along the island's eastern oceanfront. These hotels often feature added amenities, including full-service spas, golf courses and private beaches, which are usually quieter and calmer than the island's nine miles of public beachfront. Additionally, there are a number of national chain hotels that maintain a Hilton Head presence. Holiday Inn, Hampton Inn and Comfort Inn are just a few of the national hoteliers with outlets on the island. Although these hotels might not provide the same level of lavishness as their resort counterparts, they still provide convenient access to the city's many sites at a price that won't burst your budget. Guests that plan on an extended stay, or who just want some extra space, can search for suite accommodations and vacation rentals. Many establishments on the island boast condo-like lodgings, complete with multiple rooms and full kitchens.

Hilton Head Island Hotel Tips

Hilton Head Island plays host to several large annual events. One of the most anticipated events is the Heritage Golf Classic. This PGA Tour tournament is played at the Harbour Town Golf Links in April and attracts professional golfers, celebrities and fans from around the world. In September, the island hosts the Celebrity Golf Tournament, a charitable event that attracts professional musicians, journalists, sports stars and actors. If you are planning on attending any of these special events, make sure to book your hotel rooms as far in advance as possible. In addition, if you wish to visit during the peak season, which lasts from Labor Day to Memorial Day, call months ahead to ensure your desired resort still has vacancies. Budget travelers can find the best Hilton Head flight deals and hotel discounts during the fall and winter when hotels slash their prices to attract tourists.

Hilton Head Island Hotel Recommendations

Boasting some of the best golf facilities on the island, the Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort boasts a myriad of entertainment options for the whole family. Vacationers can choose from a number of villas, condos and vacation homes. Resort views, pool views, golf course views and oceanfront properties are available. Villas can sleep as few as four and as many as 12 people. Meanwhile, luxury vacation home rentals range from three-bedroom houses to eight-bedroom mansions. Guests have access to the resort's many amenities, including bike rentals, the Shelter Cove Marina, the Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center and the resort's three award-winning golf courses. As for food, the resort offers guests a wide selection dining options, including seafood and sandwiches. 

Or check out the Sea Pines Resort, a 5,000-acre oceanfront retreat. The luxury resort is famous for being the home of the annual Heritage Golf Classic tournament. The sprawling property is composed of four distinct neighborhoods with abundant dining, shopping and entertainment options. Guests can golf at one of the resort's three championship golf courses or take tennis lessons at the renowned Sea Pines Racquet Club. Other activities include horseback riding, biking, swimming, sailing and volleyball. The property also boats its own 572-acre forest preserve, which is home to beautiful native wildflowers, wildlife and swamplands. Accommodation options include tastefully appointed guestrooms, villas and vacation homes.

If you're traveling with small children, book reservations at Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort. The facility is modeled after 1940s hunting and fishing lodge and sits amid a canopy of century-old oak trees. Guests can choose from deluxe studios or one-, two- and three-bedroom suites. Most rooms feature private porches or balconies, fully equipped kitchens, whirlpool tubs and in-unite washers and driers. The hotel boasts a number of family-oriented amenities including a pool with a water slide, a special children's pool and on-site shopping. The hotel also plans many recreational activities suited for young children as well as teenagers. Disney's Beach House, located just over a mile away from the resort, provides guests with a couple of light dining choices.

Hilton Head Island Transportation

Hilton Head Island is very bike-friendly. Travelers can rent bicycles from their resorts or nearby rental facilities. Most main roads around the resort properties have accompanying bicycle paths, of which there are more than 25 on the island. The other main method of transportation throughout the island is by car. All major rental agencies have outlets in Hilton Head as well as Savannah, Georgia where the resort town's main airport is located. Navigating the town is fairly easy, granted the main highway runs in a loop that covers the entire island. Guests traveling from Savannah to Hilton Head can reach the island by taking the William Hilton Parkway.

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