Our hotel is close to Tybee Island Beach, the ideal place to enjoy a summer sunset during your stay on Georgia’s east coast.
Tybee Island Beach spans five miles and is broken up into specific sections, each offering their own unique amenities and attractions!
Our hotel is closest to Tybee Island’s South Beach, the most populated area of the waterfront. Here, guests will find a ton of shops, restaurants, and bars. South Beach is also home to one of Tybee Island’s most popular attractions, the Tybee Pier and Pavilion! Stroll down along the waterfront to find the Mid-Beach area, a spot frequented by locals as it tends to be less crowded than the other areas. Nature lovers will want to head over to the North Beach, where they can visit the popular North Beach Bird Viewing Area! North Beach is also home to the famous Tybee Island Light Station and Museum.
Off the mail strip of the beach, guests can check out the Savannah River Beach, popular with families and kids for its dolphin spotting, or the Back River Beach which offers a view of little Tybee Island across the Savannah River!
Our hotel near Tybee Island Beach is the ideal place to stay when visiting the beautiful Georgia coastline. Our charming hotel rooms allow guests to enjoy a restful sleep before heading out to spend the day at the beach, and our on-site amenities make you feel at home.
The easternmost point in the state of Georgia, Tybee Island is home to a stunning 5-mile long beach that attracts visitors from all over the world looking for a beachside getaway. Divided into sections, guests can enjoy the hustle and bustle of the south end of the beach, or enjoy the peaceful tranquility at the northern point of the beach. You can go on a tour with Sundial Charters to experience Tybee Island's natural heritage preserve and dolphin watching, or activities like crabbing and light tackle fishing.
Some of the most exciting things to do in Tybee are located just minutes from our hotel near the beach! Along the coastline, visitors will find iconic attractions like the Cockspur Island Lighthouse, and the Tybee Pier and Pavilion!