Jekyll Island is famous for its natural beauty and
historical Gilded Age significance. This island is owned by the state of
Georgia and is considered a state park. Most of the island is protected from
development around 65%, leaving a small portion for residential and commercial
This unique situation leaves most of the island’s natural beauty preserved, brings fewer crowds to its shores, and offers plenty of breathing room – a perfect combination for a getaway destination. Got your interest piqued, then book a stay Beachview Club Hotel – it’s the best boutique hotel on Jekyll Island.
Family-owned for five generations, the Hotel Monteleone stands majestically on Royal Street in New Orleans. It has even been said. “The French Quarter begins in the lobby of the Hotel Monteleone.” One step into the lobby and I understand how true that is.
Boasting clear views of the gorgeous Gulf of Mexico, The White House Hotel is a true jewel on the Mississippi coast. This Corinthian columned gem fell into disrepair and shuttered for 30 years until it grand reopening in 2014. Shaded by majestic oaks and surrounded by beautiful grounds, The White House Hotel has reclaimed its former glory.
When your taxi lets you out in front of a row of unassuming buildings, don’t let the exterior appearance fool you. Once Audubon Cottages‘s private entrance door opens, you are immediately swept into an entirely different world. The French Quarter’s bustling streets quickly fade from your thoughts. A sense of calm takes over you as you walk along a tree-lined pathway deeper into this beautiful haven.
Designed in Moroccan architecture and décor, Casa Monica Resort, located in historic downtown St. Augustine, is the epitome of sophistication. One step inside the elegant lobby, you will know this will be a special stay.