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This Forbes Five Star Spa is a balm for body, mind and spirit. Signature treatments derived from botanical extracts, nourishing seaweed, rich mud and natural enzymes are provided in a setting inspired by the piazzas and gardens found throughout historic Charleston.
Kiawah Beachwalker Park offers the only public beach access on Kiawah Island. Voted a Top Ten Beach in America by Dr. Beach, it's a spot not to be missed. Lifeguards on duty seasonally. Visit our website for park amenities, fees, and hours of operation.
The Sanctuary is a grand Forbes Five Star/AAA Five Diamond seaside retreat featuring 255 guest rooms and suites, 18,000 square feet of meeting space, an ocean-inspired spa, three pools, two oceanfront restaurants and five championship golf courses.
Located within a private gated island community. Five championship golf courses, 10 miles of beach, a top-ranked tennis center. Accommodations include the 255-room Forbes Five Star Sanctuary hotel and 500 Resort Villas/Homes and 90,000 square feet of meeting/event space.
The Pete Dye masterpiece garnered worldwide attention when it hosted the 1991 Ryder Cup. In 2012, Rory McIlroy posted the largest margin of victory in a PGA Championship, and Phil Mickelson made history in 2021 as the oldest person to win a major when the PGA Championship returned.
Providing all the comforts of home with the ambiance of away, our rooms offer everything you’ll need during your stay. Our villa-style suites were designed with the guest in mind, providing fully equipped kitchens and plenty of space for work or relaxation. Fusing contemporary decor and practical features, our Kiawah Island accommodations will pamper you with luxurious amenities, plush sleeping quarters, and stunning island views.
This Gary Player design (and the island's first course) remains a players' favorite as it winds through maritime forest, stands of mature live oak and along the marsh bordering the Kiawah River.
The new West Beach Conference Center provides 23,000 square feet of flexible and customizable meeting space, including a 10,000-square-foot ballroom (divisible by air-walls into six salons) complemented by 11 additional breakout rooms.
At Osprey Point, Tom Fazio created a stunning par-72 layout onto a superb natural canvas that features four natural lakes, fingers of saltwater marsh, and dense maritime forests of live oaks, pines, palmettos and magnolias.
This course has hosted several championships, including the Carolina 1987, 1992 & 2006 Amateur and the 1990 PGA Cup Matches, the club professionals' version of the Ryder Cup. The layout exemplifies Jack Nicklaus’ guiding design philosophy to “make the player use his mind ahead of his muscles.”