by Courtney Elko
Located on Georgia’s Jekyll Island, this oceanfront hotel sits in front of miles of sandy beaches. The 38 guestrooms of this boutique hotel offer king, queen or double beds and many of the rooms feature ocean views from a private balcony or patio. A kitchenette with a mini-fridge, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker is also featured in the guestrooms. Additionally, a Kitchen Suite is also available and features a full kitchen with stovetop, dishwasher and a dining table for four. Kids will love swimming in the outdoor pool while parents relax poolside on one of the surrounding lounge chairs. But if the pool is not your thing, the beautiful sandy beach is only steps away too. Wi-Fi access is available throughout the property. There are no onsite restaurants at the property but having kitchens in your guestrooms make meals convenient for families.
Our Editor Loves
- Outdoor pool
- Beach access
The Beachview Club Hotel is amazing! It was newly renovated and we had a Double Queen Suite on the 2nd floor that was perfect. The balcony overlooked the pool and the ocean, and the sun came up over the water each morning. Heaven! The kitchen was great as we were able to make breakfast and lunch when we wanted to. What I liked best about my stay at The Beachview Club was everything, what I liked least was that we were only there for 1 week! Wil was very accommodating and the rest of the staff couldn't have been better, thank you all so much. There is a special feeling on Jekyll Island, my heart felt at home there, and The Beachview Club Hotel is the perfect place to stay. I can't wait to return...Wil, get our room ready!
We stayed at the Beachview Club Hotel for four nights to celebrate our wedding anniversary and we not disappointed. We made a last minute reservation and talked to manager Wil who was very helpful and a great resource of things to do on the island (dining, activities, etc.). The hotel has been recently renovated and we had unit #409 (second floor) that had a full kitchen and balcony. That was very useful as we cooked breakfast every morning. We had a great view of the beach and the grounds feel very tropical with palm trees and large oak trees establishing a canopy over much of the outdoor seating. The staff was very friendly and accommodating and plan on returning someday. We will definitely go back to Jekyll Island that is rich with history and activities. Driftwood Beach is very unique and nice as advertised. We took the historic tour that was very informative and interesting. The food was good at the Driftwood Inn and The Wharf. What made Jekyll very unique were the friendliness of the locals and their excitement to tell you about the island, what it has to offer and the history. We had a great time!