Jekyll Island Club Resort

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Awards & Accolades

NRHP
2014 Historic Hotels of America Awards of Excellence

Distinctive & Notable

Presidential

Presidential

Tours

Tours

Movies

Movies

Ghosts

Ghosts

Memorabilia

Memorabilia

Gardens

Gardens

Nestled on a barrier island off the Georgia coast, the Jekyll Island Club Resort opened as a hunting retreat for America’s wealthiest families in 1887. Here, millionaires wintered in scenic seclusion until the onset of World War II, when the destionation was abandoned. Nevertheless, some of the most prominent families in the nation vacationed at this fine resort, including the likes of the Rockefellers, the Vanderbilts, the Astors, and the Morgans. Restoration work in a century later revealed the club’s original beauty and elegance once again, qualities that it exudes in abundance. From the lofty tower to the encircling verandas and original heart pine floors, Victorian charm still permeates throughout the public areas and newly renovated guestrooms. In 2003, Jekyll Island Club Resort was named one of America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Location Map

Explore Driftwood Beach, Great Dunes Park, Horton House, the Georgia Sea Turtle Center, and Jekyll Point just moments away.

Discover

Discover the Queen Anne-style architecture of the Jekyll Island Club Resort.

Explore

Explore the Wanderer Memory Trail.

Experience

Experience the Georgia Sea Turtle Center.

Taste

Taste the resort's culinary heritage at the Grand Dining Room.

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