A world of history to discover, miles of meandering bike trails and a vibrant village to explore, and golf courses to play. There’s so much to see and do on St. Simons Island, and The Inn at Sea Island keeps you close to all of it. From the crackling fireplace in the welcoming lobby to the heated outdoor pool and air pool deck, The Inn at Sea Island embodies the spirit, charm, and warm hospitality of this beautiful coastal destination. Whether you’re enjoying a beach vacation with family, on a golf trip with buddies, or just passing through on a road trip, The Inn at Sea Island is the perfect base to explore picture-perfect St. Simons Island and Georgia’s beautiful Golden Isles and soak up its easy pace.
Friendly & Refreshing.
They say location is everything. So is comfort.
Come home to bright, airy rooms with plenty of space to unwind. Quiet and expansive with high ceilings, elegant furnishings, inviting décor, and comfortable beds. Whether you need dinner reservations or a lift to the golf course, you’ll find a friendly face, helping hand, and gracious personal attention.View Inn Rooms
Location, Location, Location.
Perfectly located between the Jacksonville and Savannah international airports, and an easy drive from Atlanta and many other cities, The Inn is close to many attractions St. Simons Island has to offer—shopping, restaurants, attractions, historic sites, beaches, parks, and more. The perfect home base for exploring the Golden Isles, recently named Top Islands in the Continental U.S. by Travel + Leisure's 2020 World's Best Awards.
Amenities & Sea Island Access
Here, For You.
The Inn at Sea Island has a variety of select services available, with optional access to many of the incredible things Sea Island has to offer – dining, spa, golf, and a range of recreational activities. Guests staying at The Inn have:
Complimentary BMW during your stay.
Take a spin in the unparalleled luxury of a BMW. We have a map—if you need one. But we have a feeling you’ll want to take the long way. To get your keys, stop by the Front Desk. Cars are available on a first-come, first-served basis, for up to two hours of driving.
One of the best ways to see St. Simons Island might just be the most fun! Enjoy the wind blowing through your hair, the sun on your face, and breathing in the fresh salty air as you explore quiet streets and more than 20 miles of paved biking trails, under mossy oaks or along sandy shores. The perfect way to check out local attractions, delicious restaurants, and beautiful beaches. Or just enjoy the ride.
The Inn at Sea Island provides two convenient pricing options: Standard Rate Select-service pricing with NO ACCESS to Sea Island amenities. Resort Access Rate Pricing that, in addition to the amenities of The Inn, provides access to many Sea Island facilities including The Cloister, The Spa at Sea Island and Fitness Center, The Lodge, the Sea Island Golf Club and Golf Performance Center. Fees for dining, activities, and services at the resort are additional. Access to the Sea Island Beach Club is not available.
Topgolf Swing Suite
The Topgolf Swing Suite at The Inn includes several golf-oriented games as well as Baseball Pitching, Soccer, Hockey Shots, Quarterback Challenge, Zombie Dodgeball, and Carnival Games. Players may also “play” 84 golf courses, including our Seaside Course.
St. Simons Island Area Attractions
Coffee and pastry bar, breakfast sandwiches, and grab-and-go salads. Toiletries you left behind or snacks for the road. You’ll also find unique grocery items, Sea Island retail, and some lovely gifts to take home.
If it’s a beach day you’re looking for, Georgia’s Golden Isles delivers. With its wide stretch of beautiful beaches, perfect for shelling, kite boarding, swimming, strolling, and relaxing, this quickly becomes one of the most popular spots on a trip to St. Simons Island.
Climb one of only five lighthouses in Georgia for a spectacular view, explore the Keeper’s Dwelling and its exhibits, artifacts, and period rooms. Or visit Fort Frederica National Monument, established in 1793 by General James Oglethorpe, for a look at Colonial Georgia.
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