Beautifully set on Jekyll Island, a barrier island on Georgia’s Golden Isles, the Jekyll Island Club Hotel is an iconic hotel standing as the island’s only four star resort, a National Historic Landmark and also a member of the Historic Hotels of America. With over 125 years of history, a stay at the well known hotel offers a complete Georgia experience.
The Jekyll Island Club Hotel has 157 rooms and suites spread into five buildings; the Clubhouse is recognisable with its Victorian turret and is the centre of the hotel, the Annex offers beautiful rooms and suites, there is the Sans Souci with 24 accommodations, the Crane Cottage is the most expensive winter home ever built on Jekyll Island has 13 sought after accommodations, and finally the Cherokee is a river edge villa with only 10 rooms and suites.
Aside from relaxing on the nine miles of beach, there are numerous activities available including croquet, horse riding on the beach or in the forest, an outdoor swimming pool and nearby tennis centre, free transfer to the Summer Waves water park. Golf enthusiasts will love the island where there are three 18 hole courses and a 9 hole course by the ocean.
Dining is a highlight of a stay at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel with two dining experiences; the Grand Dining Room and Courtyard at Crane, the former is particularly great for Sunday brunch, dinner dances and high tea. Additional dining spots include the Club Café, pool bar and grill and the beach pavilion.