Where: Hilton Head Island, S.C.
What it costs: $1,516 per night, including both adjoining guestrooms (summer) – $796 per night (winter)
What’s inside: The recently enhanced Highlander Suite measures more than 2,000 square feet and features two spacious (480 square feet) master bedrooms, a massive, luxury-laced living room salon and a full kitchenette outfitted with a standard-size stainless steel refrigerator, black granite countertops, dishwasher, wet bar, coffee maker and microwave oven. The parlor holds an array of chairs, tables and sofas, making it perfect for entertaining. Bedrooms are furnished with opulent accents and offer up a king-sized bed, flat-screen TV and handsome private bath. The living area opens to a private covered terrace via French doors, where more seating options await. Whether you’re sitting or standing, you’ll be treated to a compelling view of Harbour Town Golf Links’ ninth fairway, replete with Lowcountry foliage, including moss-drenched live oaks and tall pines.
What else you get: Start with right-out-your-door access to one of the PGA Tour’s most legendary and popular courses, Harbour Town Golf Links. Add in the Heron Point course by Pete Dye, the stunning new Sea Pines Beach Club, the superb new and enhanced clubhouses at Harbour Town and Heron Point, complete with wonderful restaurants and views. Coming soon is a refurbished Ocean course, by Davis Love III and his design team. In addition to being an ideal buddies trip destination, Sea Pines is one of America’s most complete family resorts as well. World-class tennis, bicycling, horseback riding, dining and shopping are part of the program. Five miles of Atlantic Ocean beach is the other part. Fishing, boating, and walking on the sands are some of the tastiest ingredients of a Sea Pines Resort experience.
For other budgets: Guest rooms at the Inn & Club at Harbour Town range from $179-$379 per night. Sea Pines Resort Villa rates range from $105 per night to $740 per night.
Book it: 866-561-8802, seapines.com