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Your golf and family vacation begins at Kiawah Island. Come see why Kiawah is rated the Best U.S. Golf Resort, Located on a beautiful barrier island just a few miles from historic Charleston, South Carolina. choose from one of five incredible golf courses and play where the pros play - including the legendary Ocean Course, host of the 1991 Ryder Cup and 2012 PGA Championship. Click info tab for more.

Located along the pristine shores of Kiawah Island, South Carolina, this exquisitely designed oceanfront hotel, just 21 miles from downtown Charleston, captures the spirit, history and charm of the beautiful south. Come walk through the front doors and experience a seaside mansion, where you will be surrounded by the grandeur of the architecture and hospitality at its finest. This beautiful seaside mansion is waiting to envelop you in its service and southern hospitality.

Hotel Facilities

Winner of the 2015 Premier Recreation Operation Award!

When it comes to indoor and outdoor recreation, there’s a reason why Kiawah Island Golf Resort has been recognized with the prestigious Premier Recreation Operation Award five times in the past seven years. It’s because we’re renowned for our abundant array of recreation programs, eco-adventures, miles of trails, water sports and diverse wildlife—all set against the backdrop of one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

Room Facilities

Luxurious Rooms & Suites

Nine suites offer 1,200 square feet, including spacious living room with parlor and large balcony. The Governor’s Suite (1,538 sq. ft.) features a large ocean view balcony, gracious living and dining areas and a king bedroom. The Presidential Suite boasts 3,000 square feet, including a vaulted beam ceiling, living room fireplace, a grand oceanfront balcony and private concierge service. Please ask your Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort reservation specialist about our suite options so that you may reserve the one that best suits your desires.


Luxurious Guestrooms

All of our guestrooms offer the same beautiful interior with a marble lined entry way, deep garden soaking tub, dual vanity sinks, and a private balcony. The luxurious guestrooms will range from 520 square feet with a king bed to 540 square feet with 2 queens. The only difference in the guestrooms is the amounts of ocean view from the private balcony.


Sanctuary Guestroom

King - 520 sq. ft./Queen - 540 sq. ft.


  • Custom-made mattress from Omaha bedding
  • Luxurious Matelasse Bed Covers
  • Italian Linen and Robes
  • Five-fixture bathroom with large marble walk-in shower, dual vanities, private water closet and deep soaking tub
  • Full-length Chival Mirror
  • Custom furnishings and appointments
  • Televisions and DVD/CD players
  • Complimentary high-speed and wireless Internet Access
  • Mini-bar customized upon order
  • Elemis bath amenities
  • 40 sq. ft. Balcony furnished with two chairs and a cocktail table
  • Hairdryer
  • Satin Hangers
  • Blanket Chest
  • Bedside Light Dimmers
  • Safe for valuables


Club Level Accommodations

Club level accommodations at The Sanctuary offer guests the highest level of comfort and service available at the resort. A private concierge stands ready to assist with dining, spa, transportation, tours or any other arrangements you may need during your stay.

The Club Lounge offers a spacious and relaxing retreat for guests to enjoy Continental Breakfast, Light Fare Lunch, Hors d'oeuvres and cocktails, cordials and chocolates. The Club Lounge is restricted to registered Club guests only (two per guestroom).


Garden View Suite

1130 Square Feet

Entrance foyer features marble floors, a powder room and wet bar.

Living room contains an elegant seating area with a sleeper sofa and flat screen plasma television. The adjacent dining area features a table that comfortably seats four people.

Sleeping area contains custom-made King sized Omaha bedding with fine linen, a television armoire with DVD player and a writing desk. The bedside clock contains a CD player.

Bathroom is separated from the sleeping area by French doors and shutters above the garden bathtub allowing natural light to stream in. This room features dual vanities, an enclosed water closet, and a separate shower with Rainshower showerhead.

All areas of the suite connect to a spacious balcony with views of The Sanctuary's grand oak trees and maritime forest. (660 sq. ft. of the 4th floor suite and 177 sq. ft. balcony off of the 5th floor suite)

These Suites can connect to a guestroom containing two Queen beds.


Ocean View Suite

1100 square feet

The Ocean View Suites offer a spacious 1,100 square feet, 2 full baths, a king bed in the bedroom and a pullout sofa bed in the living area, and an expansive private balcony overlooking the grand lawn and the Atlantic Ocean.


Ocean Front Suite

1240 square feet

The Ocean Front Suite consists of a spacious marble foyer with wet bar and adjacent powder room.

The living area features a flat-screen plasma television, elegant furnishings including a sleeper sofa and private 98 square-foot oceanfront balcony with spectacular views of the beach below.

The main bathroom is separated from the bedroom by French doors, and features separate marble-topped vanities, and enclosed water closet, a separate shower with rainshower showerhead, and a deep Jacuzzi tub.

Suites can be connected to two separate guest rooms, one containing a king bed and the other featuring two queen beds. This offers comfortable sleeping accommodations for eight.



Charleston Suite

1515 square feet

 This suite has sweeping entrance foyer featuring marble floors, a powder room and a wet bar. Spacious dining area furnished with antique credenzas and table that seats six people.

The intimate living room contains a writing desk, seating area with two sofas, and a television armoire. The 256 square-foot balcony, located directly off the living area, offers breathtaking views of the Grand Lawn and the Atlantic Ocean beyond.

Pocket doors separate the bedroom from the living area. The bedroom is furnished with two queen beds, a flat-screen plasma television, a walk-in closet and a private bathroom and garden Jacuzzi.

Shutters above the garden bathtub can be opened to the bedroom for a view of the television from the tub and allowing natural light to stream in.

Bathroom also features dual vanities, enclosed water closet and shower and rainshower showerhead. Suite connects to a guestroom with a king sized bed.


Governor's Suite

1528 square feet

Walk into a grand entrance foyer featuring a marble floor and adjacent powder room. Relax in a spacious living room with an elegant seating area, flat-screen plasma television and wet bar.

The dining area includes a traditional table that accommodates eight people and an antique sideboard, over which hangs an original Douglas Williams painting. Private dinners can be served from the adjacent butler’s pantry that contains a full size refrigerator.

Both living and dining areas are connected to a 177 square-foot balcony where one can view the sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean, Turtle Point Golf Course and Kiawah’s private pristine beach.

Elegant French doors separate the bedroom from the living room. The bedroom features a custom-made bed, large walk-in closet with safe, a television armoire with DVD player, and an iHome clock. The bedroom also has a separate 40 sq. ft. balcony to enjoy the stunning sunrise views.

The main bathroom is separated from the bedroom by French doors and features separate marble-topped vanities, an enclosed water closet, a separate shower with a rain shower showerhead, and deep Jacuzzi tub. The suite can connect to a guestroom containing two queen beds and bathroom, allowing six to sleep comfortably.


Presidential Suite

3000 square feet

The Presidential Suite has a living area that features elegant furnishings, fireplace and a flat-screen plasma television and enjoys sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean. French doors connect the room to a 189 sq. ft. balcony furnished with chaise lounge chairs. The adjacent powder room includes a large marble-tiled foyer. Also included is a formal study with a large-scale writing desk and volumes of antique books along with high-speed internet access. The dining room is richly appointed with fine woven fabric wall panels and is also capable of seating twelve for dinner.

The bedroom inside the Presidential Suite features a custom four-poster king bed, sitting area, entertainment center with television, sound system and is separated from the living area by a set of French doors that open to a 40 sq. ft. balcony which overlooks the ocean and grand lawn below.

Adjacent dressing area features two walk-in closets with a dressing table. The bathroom features two separate marble topped vanities, a large garden tub with jets, large separate shower with multiple showerheads, and a separate water closet. This suite can connect to a guestroom containing two queen beds.

  • Cougar Point

    Cougar Point Golf Course was recently rated the "Golf Course of The Year", by the South Carolina Golf Course Owners Association

    One of the most dramatic vistas on the island is the middle of Cougar Point’s front nine, along the Kiawah River, making this course a very memorable one.

    Originally named Marsh Point, Cougar Point was redesigned by Gary Player in 1996 and plays 6,875 yards. It features a great blend of short and long par-4s, great risk/reward par-5s and extremely scenic and challenging par-3s.

    Cougar Point’s long par-4s feature wide landing areas putting the driver in the player’s hands, and open-run-up areas in front of the green making them reachable by the shorter hitters using a wood or long-iron. Its short par-4s feature great “target golf” where players must find specific landing areas on their drives to avoid obstacles and provide the best angle to the greens.

    It has become a great strategic layout where players need to think their way around the course. For example, on No. 5, players want to be to the right to avoid hitting over and around trees. On No. 7 and No. 8, players must be to the left to avoid trees guarding approach shots.
    No. 6 has a spectacular view, and No. 17 is considered by many to be one of the prettiest and most challenging golf holes on the island.

    • Cougar Point Golf Course
      Cougar Point Golf Course

  • Turtle Point Golf Course

    Under the watchful eye of course designer Jack Nicklaus, Turtle Point will be closed starting in January for a nine-month renovation that will refurbish green complexes, re-grass the greens, tees and fairways with Paspalum (the same salt-tolerant strain of grass that is on The Ocean Course, Osprey Point and Oak Point), rebuild all bunkers, laser level all tee boxes, including the range and reestablish irrigation throughout the course.
    During this time the golf shop and Tomasso will remain open. The new and improved Turtle Point Golf Course is scheduled to reopen in October in time for the fall 2016 golf season.

    Turtle Point is a low-profile golf course that delivers a high caliber golfing experience. Players from the Carolina Amateur, the Carolina PGA, the South Carolina Amateur and the 1990 PGA Cup Matches will all agree that the Turtle Point Golf Course is a true test for strategy and accuracy.

    Because of its traditional design, many of the better players visiting Kiawah Island Golf Resort would rather play Turtle Point than any of the other courses on the island. With narrow fairway corridors, small greens, strategically placed water hazards and plenty of out-of-bounds, Turtle Point calls for great accuracy and intelligent strategies. Players not driving the ball well will struggle for par. Since it is one of the longest courses on the island, proficiency with fairway woods and long irons is a must. So is the ability to scramble.

    Like many of Jack’s early courses, the greens on Turtle Point are small. So players need to be able to hit shots high if they want them to stop. The course calls for players to be able to shape their shots both left-to-right and right-to-left. They will need to be proficient with every club in the bag and won't necessarily hit a driver on every hole. And true to Jack's playing philosophy, Turtle Point plays best hitting to specific landing areas to get the best angles into the greens.

    When players go down the list of what makes a great golf course, whether it’s shot values, memorability, design variety, resistance to scoring, aesthetics or any other criteria they may use, Turtle Point is sure to score high.

    • Turtle Point Golf Course

  • Oak Point Golf Course

    Completely renovated in 2015, the new and improved Oak Point offers guests the greatly enhanced playing surface of Paspalum. Renovations also significantly added to the strategic challenges of the design elevating Oak Point to the championship level of the resort's other courses.
    More than any other course on the resort, Oak Point has gone through dramatic changes over the last couple of years, greatly enhancing both the quality of golf and the overall guest experience.

    The resort purchased Oak Point in 1997, rounding out the championship rotation of five courses that makes Kiawah Island Golf Resort one of the world’s great golf destinations. Clyde Johnston, a noted Southeastern golf course architect, designed Oak Point on the grounds of former cotton and indigo plantation.

    With its close proximity to the Kiawah River and the Haulover Creek, with its surrounding maritime forest, Johnston was able to mold the rolling landscape into a first-class layout. Undulating fairways and challenging greens are some of the unique features of Oak Point.

    Oak Point is a shotmaker’s course. Strategy and a thinking approach to the golf course will be rewarded over pure power. In this sense, it is a bit of a throwback to the classic courses of the 1920s where the ability to place the ball in a certain portion of the fairway or a certain spot of the green was more important than power.

    Throw in the beautiful vistas and it is easy to understand why Oak Point recently received a near-perfect 4½ stars from the readers of Golf Digest magazine in their biennial “Best Places to Play” poll where it was rated one of the best values in South Carolina.

    • Oak Point Golf Course

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