Kiawah Island Golf Resort is… a resort unlike any other. Guests enjoy world-class recreational facilities. Kiawah Island is… Ten miles of wide, immaculate, ocean beach on which one – or two – might walk or cycle for hours and hours without interruption. Soothing by day, utterly romantic by night, the beach is complemented by the island’s river, meandering lagoons, and pristine marshlands, and closes each sun washed day safe beneath its own star studded southern sky.
Kiawah Island Golf Resort's ocean view villas are located within a short walking distance to the beach. You have the option of choosing between 4, 3, 2 and 1 bedroom accommodations. Choose your level of quality between Premier, Deluxe and Resort. All of the villa vacation rentals are individually owned. Each villa is unique in color, style and design. Many units have been decorated by noted Charleston Interior Decorators.
Your Kiawah Island Golf Resort vacation in South Carolina may comprise of a beach front vacation rental home with private dock, miles of deck, and room for everyone. It may be a family premier villa with breeze-kissed balconies from which the sounds of the sea provide a sensuous nightly serenade. Perhaps a delightful room or suite at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort, a grand oceanfront hotel on the beach.
Spectacular decor and interior design highlight the most luxurious villa accommodations. Updated solid surface countertops grace kitchens and bathrooms. Beautiful appointments - from furnishings to window treatments and flooring - create a distinctive style that flows throughout each home. Bedding of the finest quality provides the utmost comfort and all bedrooms feature individual televisions for privacy. These villas are ideal for guests who seek the very finest vacation experience.
Kiawah's mid-priced option, these inviting villas offer upscale, well-appointed accommodations. Tasteful decor features quality furnishings and contemporary kitchens and bathrooms. Stylish living areas pay special attention to comfort. In excellent condition throughout, deluxe villas feature electronic amenities such as DVD players and televisions in both the living rooms and master bedrooms
This South Carolina Spa's charming setting, combined with traditional Southern hospitality, is reflected in their Low country offerings derived from botanical extracts, nourishing seaweed, mineral-rich mud and natural enzymes. Kiawah's vast coastline and lush greenery were the inspiration behind several of our signature treatments.
Time stands still as you heed the soft call of the ocean waves and tinkling garden chimes as you sink into your spa experience, then awaken in a soothing state surrounded by tranquil sounds and scents.
The hotel Spa at The Sanctuary natural features such as trickling water, gracious light, native wood and resident stone impart the sense of a grand Southern porch and garden, which has historically been a comfortable retreat for relaxing and reviving.
Your private table may overlook splendid surf, lagoons, gardens or fairways, while you dine on exquisitely prepared award-winning native foods complemented by the perfect wine or beverage. Your day might begin with a leisurely breakfast on the oceanfront, a bountiful buffet before your morning tee time or gourmet coffee and a continental breakfast at the market.
Lunchtime may find you enjoying a casual poolside meal or dining on a sunny terrace overlooking the sea.
Dinner choices range from the lively atmosphere of a clubhouse grillroom or a casual seafood restaurant to a quiet, candlelit dining room. You can even order a delicious home-style takeout meal to enjoy in your resort villa or rental home. At Kiawah Island Golf Resort, there is a dining experience to complement every mood and moment.
The Ocean Course hosted the Senior PGA and the 2012 PGA Championships. The Ocean Course became only the fourth course to host each of the PGA of America's major championships. Built in 1991 by Pete Dye, there are no prevailing winds on the course. Dye took this into account when designing the course. In fact, [...]
Originally named Marsh Point, Cougar Point was redesigned by Gary Player in 1996 and plays 6,875 yards. It features a great blend of short and long par-4s, great risk/reward par-5s and extremely scenic and challenging par-3s. Cougar Point’s long par-4s feature wide landing areas putting the driver in the player’s hands, and open-run-up areas in [...]
Oak Point is a shotmaker’s course. Strategy and a thinking approach to the golf course will be rewarded over pure power. In this sense, it is a bit of a throwback to the classic courses of the 1920s where the ability to place the ball in a certain portion of the fairway or a certain [...]
A favorite of resort guests, Fazio used a superb natural canvas to create a masterpiece in playability and variety. The setting for the course features four large, natural lakes, fingers of saltwater marsh, and dense maritime forests of live oaks, pines, palmettos and magnolias. Into that backdrop, Fazio blended a par-72 layout that takes advantage [...]
Because of its traditional design, many of the better players visiting Kiawah Island Golf Resort would rather play Turtle Point than any of the other courses on the island. With narrow fairway corridors, small greens, strategically placed water hazards and plenty of out-of-bounds, Turtle Point calls for great accuracy and intelligent strategies. Players not driving [...]