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Hilton Head

Hilton Head

Your Hilton Head vacation

Start your day on a golf course. Cycle (or walk) over 50-miles of paths that open to lagoons, marinas and horse farms. Take an afternoon dip in the ocean then sink into a beach chair. And with 14 miles of beach along the Atlantic, you'll find plenty of water sports and fishing charters, plus Calibogue and Port Royal sounds. Dine on fresh flounder, shrimp or crab fished straight from the waters made famous in Pat Conroy's "Prince of Tides."

While you pack your golf clubs and bathing suits, let Orbitz help you with the planning. Our insiders will get your feet wet with top 10s to experience on your Hilton Head Island vacation.

  • There is almost never a bad time to visit Hilton Head because the city experiences warm and mild temperatures year round. Winter temperatures can reach more than 60 degrees Fahrenheit, and the temperature rarely drops below 40 degrees. The warmer summer temperatures and hours of sunshine bring more travelers to the city. With summertime temperatures ranging from the low 70s to 90 degrees, you can visit the golf course, go hiking, or spend time at the beach nearly every day. More travelers visit in the warmer months, but you can still experience great weather and get cheaper prices by booking a trip to Hilton Head during the off-season with Orbitz.com.

  • Gullah Celebration

    Enjoy the living history of Africans on Hilton Head every year in February at the Gullah Celebration.

  • Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center

    Travel to Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center to improve your tennis skills and enjoy the ocean at the Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort.

  • Adventure Cove

    Visit Adventure Cove with the family for a less-serious round of miniature golf and other family activities.

  • Oldfield Golf Club

    A golfing vacation is a big draw to Hilton Head which has 24 golf courses and a climate for golfing year-round; visit the Oldfield Golf Club, designed by legendary golfer Greg Norman.

  • Coastal Discovery Museum

    The Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn uses fun and adventure to explore the history of the coastal islands, including visits with sea turtles.

  • Dye's Gullah Fixins

    A favorite among locals, this restaurant serves traditional southern comfort food like fried chicken and chicken and dumplings in a buffet setting.

    Old Fort Pub

    Located in an old plantation home, this restaurant offers amazing views of the city and water, and some tables are outside on the patio.

    Wise Guys

    With tapas dishes on the menu and a wide selection of wines, this restaurant is the perfect place to taste test local wines from the region.

    Shelter Cove

    Mingle with the locals and enjoy special events like craft sessions for kids and fireworks at this park, but get there early to avoid traffic.

    Lawton Stables

    Release your inner child at this local attraction, which lets guests play with animals in a small petting zoo and take horseback or pony rides.

Hilton Head Vacation Packages

Hotel only $139

1 Hilton Head Marriott Resort & Spa

4 stars
4.1 / 5 76 reviews

One Hotel Circle Map

Rate includes breakfast

Family-friendly Hilton Head beach resort for sports enthusiasts Fresh from a multimillion dollar makeover, the oceanfront Hilton Head Marriott Resort and Spa features guest room balconies with a view, four on-site restaurants and a lavish new spa. The resort offers... More

Hotel only $201

2 Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort

4 stars
4.0 / 5 4 reviews

22 Harbourside Lane Map

Enjoy ocean breezes, cozy nooks, nature trails and outdoor recreation on this 15-acre Disney Deluxe Villa resort located within Shelter Cove Harbour. Fashioned after vacation lodges found on the island in the 1940's, Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort combines Carolina... More

Hotel only $149

3 Sonesta Resort Hilton Head

4 stars
4.1 / 5 89 reviews

130 Shipyard Drive Map

Southern hospitality and natural island elegance On Hilton Head IslandThe Sonesta Resort Hilton Head, located in Shipyard Plantation on the island's semi-tropical  south end, offers an elegant setting for events and romantic retreats. This oceanfront haven is a AAA... More

Hotel only $274

4 Marriott's SurfWatch

4 stars
4.8 / 5 5 reviews

10 SurfWatch Way Map

Located on the popular shores of Hilton Head Island, Marriott's SurfWatch is a masterpiece of seaside style along South Carolina's East Coast. Capturing the essence of the surrounding nature, scenic footbridges lead you throughout the resort, to a spectacular Oceanfront... More

Hotel only $66

5 Ramada Hilton Head

3 stars
3.1 / 5 65 reviews

200 Museum St Map

Pet-friendly Hilton Head hotel biking distance from beach Within biking distance of the beach, Quality Inn & Suites offers budget-friendly accommodations for families and business travelers alike. Great value adds like free high-speed Internet access and a free ... More

Hotel only $199

6 Marriott's Harbour Point and Sunset Pointe at Shelter Cove

3 stars
Not yet reviewed

4 Shelter Cove Lane Map

Villas at Harbour Pointe will be smoke-free as of Dec 16, 2006.Picturesque Shelter Cove Harbour on Hilton Head Island is where you'll find two delightful resorts: Marriott's Harbour Point and Marriott's Sunset Pointe. Part of the pleasure of vacationing at either of these... More

Hotel only $385

7 The Inn at Palmetto Bluff a Montage Resort

3 stars
Not yet reviewed

1 Village Park Square Map

Escape to our South Carolina Inn. A special place that embodies the very essence of the Lowcountry. Where ancient maritime forests and teeming wetlands invite exploration and surprise. Gracious South Carolina cottages and village homes offer pampering charm. Enchanting... More

Hotel only $274

8 Marriott's Barony Beach Club

4 stars
5.0 / 5 1 reviews

5 Grasslawn Avenue Map

Tucked along the beach within Hilton Head Island's acclaimed Port Royal Plantation is Marriott's Barony Beach Club. Your resort invites you to stay close to enjoy its splendid gardens, spectacular beach, sparkling pools and full-service spa. Play tennis at the famed Port... More

Hotel only $98

9 Hilton Garden Inn Hilton Head

3 stars
3.7 / 5 43 reviews

1575 Fording Island Road Map

Complimentary wired and Wi-Fi Internet Access

Convenient access to Hilton Head Island fun without island pricesLocated on the inter-coastal highway just over the bridge from Hilton Head Island, the Hilton Garden Inn Hilton Head offers convenient, budget-friendly access to beaches, golf and shopping. This newly... More

Hotel only $83

10 Park Lane Hotel & Suites

3 stars
3.8 / 5 65 reviews

12 Park Lane Map

Stay 1 Night, Save 10%

Stylish suites make a Hilton Head oceanfront home-away-from-home The stylishly decorated Park Lane Hotel and Suites, Hilton Head Island's only all-suite hotel, offers guests a home-away-from-home near white sand beaches, championship golf, fine dining and upscale... More

  • Bike trails

    Pedal to lunch, the tennis court or the beach. With more than 50 miles of bike trails on the island, you'll also find plenty of rental companies that make bike deliveries (and pick them up at the end of your vacation).

  • Coligny Beach

    Sure, it's the busiest beach on the island, but you'll find plenty of room to stretch out. Join a beach volleyball game, rent a Hobie Cat or sand trike, or just sip cocktails at the beach bar. Take a break from your sun-worshipping at nearby Nearby Coligny Plaza, home to boutiques and eateries.

  • Harbour Town Golf Links

    One for a golfer's bucket list, you'll feel like a pro as your caddie hands you a club on No. 18, a breathtaking hole framed by the lighthouse and Calibogue Sound. Nearby Harbour Town is filled with family activities including boat cruises, shops, restaurants, outdoor concerts and more.

  • Lawton Stables

    Saddle up to experience Lowcountry as the original settlers did -- on horseback. This full-service equestrian center in the Sea Pines Resort area offers escorted Western style trail rides. The kids will love the pony rides and small animal collection.

  • Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge

    Deer, alligators, rare birds, dolphins and wildflowers are just some of the Lowcountry residents you'll meet on this 4,000 acre island. Explore by hiking or biking. Better yet, have a local outfitter set you up with kayaks.

  • Daufuski Island

    Hop a ferry to this pristine island one nautical mile from Hilton Head. You'll find a nearly car-free world where golf carts are the primary mode of transportation. Play golf, lay out on the beach, dine at rustic eateries, horseback ride and more. Weekenders, don't miss the Carolina seafood boil, live music and water views at Marshside Mama's Cafe.

  • Harbour Town

    This glamorous waterfront complex is best known for its swanky marina and red-and-white lighthouse. Take in the sights, do a little shopping, and have dinner at totally-worth-the-wait Crazy Crab. After dessert, bring the little ones to sing and laugh with Gregg Russell – a Sea Pines performer who's wowed crowds under the Liberty Oak for decades.

  • Shelter Cove Harbour

    Located in Palmetto Dunes, this Mediterranean style village serves as a launch point for water activities, as well as a destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. Catch a Dolphin Cruise or watch the sun set with a margarita at San Miguel's.

  • Ghost Ship

    If the open water after sunset isn't mysterious enough, brace yourself for a spooky trip across Calibogue Sound on the Vagabond. The fully narrated (and kid-friendly) voyage spins tales about the island's haunts.

  • Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center

    Unless you're Federer, returning to your hometown courts will be a downer after playing here. Ranked one of the 50 great tennis resorts in the U.S. by Tennis Magazine, the center has 23 clay courts (eight lighted) and offers world class instruction for all levels and ages. Treat the kids to a lesson, then gather the troops for a family doubles match.

  • A Lowcountry Backyard

    Skip the tours of the island and enjoy the local flavor at this restaurant, which serves fun dishes like iced tea served in mason jars and shrimp and grits.

    H20 Sports

    Let your adventurous side out with this local shop that offers lessons in parasailing, canoeing, kayaking, and waterskiing.

    Palmetto Dunes Golf Course

    Golfweek named this one of the best golf courses in the country, and this hard course sees visitors like Tiger Woods stopping by every year.

    Folly Field Beach Park

    This quiet beach is a must see for surfers because the waves are often high and you can pick up a few tips from professional surfers.

    Advanced Sail, Inc.

    Take tours of the waters around Hilton Head with this company, which rents out two catamarans that take tourists out to look for dolphins.

    The Sandbox

    With interactive exhibits designed for children, this museum can help kids learn more about airplanes, electricity, and dozens of other topics.

    Sea Pines Forest Preserve

    With more than 600 acres of space, this outdoor attraction offers several hiking trails, nature viewing areas, and historical landmarks.

    Old Town Bluffton

    Feel like you are stepping back in time with a visit to Old Town Bluffton, which has dozens of restored buildings from the 19th century.

    Coligny Beach

    With miles of beaches as far as you can see, mild waves that won't scare young children, and a festive environment, this beach is popular with families.

    Coastal Discover Museum

    Learn the history of Hilton Head with this museum, which lets guests try crabbing or shrimping and take walks on educational trails.

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