A Spring Break in the Sun at Holiday Inn Resort Jekyll Island

Spend this spring break soaking up the sun at the Holiday Inn Resort Jekyll Island, where the memories will last long after the tan fades. As one of Georgia’s Golden Isles, Jekyll Island will take you back to simpler days of uncrowded beaches and quality family time. Holiday Inn Resort offers unmatched views of the Atlantic Ocean and more than a quarter-mile of private beachfront. With plenty of on-site amenities, from a high-energy swimming pool, whirlpool and kiddy pool, to an outdoor fire pit, Kid’s Club and playground, guests can enjoy a stress-free vacation without having to leave the comfort of the property.
Families who plan ahead and book their stay more than two weeks in advance will save up to 20 percent on room rates at the resort. The 157-room beachfront hotel provides 21 suites, which are perfect for families. The Kid’s Suite, a guest favorite, includes bunk beds for the little ones and a separate bedroom for parents, as well as a kitchenette with a mini-fridge. The majority of the rooms have ocean views and all the suites include private balconies with views of the Atlantic Ocean.  Holiday Inn Resort also has a select number of pet-friendly accommodations available for the furriest of guests.
Holiday Inn Resort offers family-friendly activities throughout the day and the evening. For Spring Break, the on-site activities manager plans beachfront activities such as water gun fights, selfie scavenger hunts, and arts and crafts. During Easter weekend, the resort will hold an Easter egg hunt, Easter bunny Olympics-style games, and a “find the Easter Bunny scavenger hunt.” In the evening, families can relax around the outdoor fire pit and enjoy nightly entertainment, including live music and outdoor movies.
When hunger can’t wait, visit the resort’s two onsite restaurants: Northshore and The Anchor. Northshore serves Caribou Coffee and frozen drink creations, like virgin daiquiris for the kids and martinis for the parents. The Anchor serves traditional American favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With its poolside location, kids can eat without skipping out on playtime in the sun. Plus, kids 12 and under eat free at The Anchor.
In addition to many activities planned on-site for spring break and Easter weekend, the resort also offers bike rentals for exploring the island’s 25 miles of contiguous bike trails. The Beach Village, just two miles from the resort, offers an array of beach shops and restaurants. Additional activities for island goers include the 4-H Tidelands Nature Center, Jekyll Island Museum, miniature golf, an 11-acre water park and miniature golf. The front desk can assist in planning these activities as well as private dolphin, fishing, Segway and trolley tours.

During Easter weekend, Jekyll Island hosts the Easter Bonnet Parade and Easter Egg Stroll. Whether families are vacationing for Spring Break or into the summer months, Holiday Inn Resort at Jekyll Island is the perfect place to balance relaxation with a little family fun. For additional information, or to book a vacation, guests can visit http://www.hijklresort.com/.

NorthPointe Hospitality Management, LLC is a comprehensive, added value management company based in Atlanta, Georgia. Experts in managing all aspects of hotel operations from accounting to staffing, to food and beverage operations, NorthPointe Hospitality’s main focus is to ensure exceptional returns by deploying cutting edge techniques in financial management, guest service, quality assurance and employee retention. Its principals have a 30 year history in the hospitality business overseeing both full and select service hotels.http://www.northph.com

17 thoughts on “A Spring Break in the Sun at Holiday Inn Resort Jekyll Island

  1. Elisabeth says:

    We try and take a vacation once a year with our friends and this looks like the perfect place to go!

  2. Sarah Oswald says:

    WOW! This place sounds wonderful and I love place which have things to do for the whole family already at the place. Thanks for sharing I have never heard of this place before but I will be checking it out.

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