Holiday Inn Resort Jekyll Island in Georgia completes $22M makeover

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) opened the Holiday Inn Resort Jekyll Island hotel following a $22-million transformation. The Holiday Inn Resort brand portfolio currently at 42 properties worldwide.

The three-story property has 157 guestrooms, including 21 suites. Guests can take advantage of complimentary Internet access, a quarter mile of private beach, a poolside lounge and access to numerous outdoor land- and sea-based activities including bike rentals, beach chair and umbrella rentals, paddle boarding and skim boarding.

For families traveling with kids, the hotel offers a Kid's Club with daily activities, and in the winter months, guests can enjoy the Snowbird Activities Program.


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For dining, Holiday Inn Resort Jekyll Island has various on-site restaurants, including the poolside Rusty Anchor Bar and Grille and NorthShore Coffee & Cocktails. Come August, the property will open Beach House, the hotel's signature restaurant that serves locally sourced seafood and coastal fare.

Located on Jekyll Island, guests can enjoy local attractions, including the Summer Waves Water Park, Jekyll Island Golf Course and the Georgia Sea Turtle Center.

The Holiday Inn Resort Jekyll Island hotel is owned by Georgia Coast Holdings, and managed by NorthPointe Hospitality Management.

The Holiday Inn Resort brand is part of IHG's family of brands in nearly 100 countries and territories. It now has more than 42 properties worldwide.

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