Jekyll Island, GA
Nestled in a natural setting of a barrier island off the Georgia coast, the Jekyll Island Club opened in 1888 as a hunting retreat for America's wealthiest families. Here, millionaires such as the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, J.P. Morgan and the Astors wintered in seclusion until the onset of World War II. Subsequently abandoned, it was meticulously restored in 1986, and returned to its original elegance, from the lofty towers to the encircling verandas. Now a world class resort for your next vacation, getaway, retreat or meeting.
Gracious Jekyll Island Georgia accommodations set the stage for your landmark experience. The resort presents 157 rooms and suites in five historic settings. Just as Club members did a century ago, choose from the Clubhouse (Main Hotel), the Annex, Sans Souci, or one of the Cottages – Crane Cottage and Cherokee Cottage.
Recreation, no matter the pace, is the specialty of the Jekyll Island Club Hotel. Choose from a breathtaking range of pursuits – from golf and tennis to swimming, strolling, and horseback riding along ten miles of white-sand beaches.