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This oceanfront AAA 4-Diamond destination earns spots on both Travel + Leisure's World's Best Hotels list and Condé Nast Traveler's list of Top 10 Florida Resorts. Nearly all of the resort's 330 rooms, suites and villas feature Atlantic ocean views, and there's plenty to do for families, golfers and folks looking for an escape away from the usual Florida resort destinations.
Lodge rooms offer views overlooking the golf course with the ocean in the distance and king or queen bed options. Main Tower Suites are closer to the water park, spa and beach, and come furnished with a separate bedroom, bathroom, living area with sleeper sofa, a large kitchen/dining space and a laundry room. Condos in The Villas are a short jaunt from the main resort building, offering a touch more privacy. All rooms feature marble entryways, walk-in showers and private balconies.
With nearly two and a half miles of private beach, there's plenty of room to stretch out on the sand, but additional aquatic options include a multi-level swim pavilion with poolside bar and an indoor atrium pool. For golfers, the Jack Nicklaus-designed Ocean Course has six holes that run along the coastline, while the Conservatory Course sits on 140 acres of land that features multiple manmade lakes and waterfalls; it's also one of the hardest courses in the state.
There's lots of dining options, from alfresco poolside dining and Italian classics to sushi and fine dining, as well as cocktails and billiards in the lounge -- there's even a cigar bar with a walk-in humidor and a selection of cognacs and single-malt scotches. While dad's hanging out there, send the young ones (4-12) to Kids Crew, which organizes scavenger hunts, beach games and pool activities.
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