Spring Break 2011 | Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort

What: Spring Break 2011
When: March and April
Where: Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort
Cost: As low as $99 a night (w/21 day advance reservation)

It’s that time of year when you begin to think about Spring Break. I know some of you have had your spring break plans set in stone for months now, but for those of us who can’t seem to think beyond what’s happening today, I’ll be doing posts about some fun places to go for spring break in the coming weeks.

Our first spring break post is on Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort. Our family visited Sandestin last summer and we had barely left the resort and the boys were already asking when they could go back. To see what we thought of Sandestin, visit Beautiful Beaches, Family Fun Highlight Sandestin. You can also see pictures from our trip on the Field Trips with Sue Facebook page. Note the comments on the post and album too. One place you don’t want to miss while you’re in the area is McGuire’s Irish Pub. Thanks to Jen of Two Kids and a Map and Amy of The Q Family Adventures for sending us there. We’re still talking about the handmade burgers and the thank you note I received for eating there!

Here are some Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort deals to entice you down to the beautiful Gulf.

  • Lowest Rates of the Season – Book early and be rewarded. Sandestin is offering the lowest rates of the season starting at $99 (for a studio on the Bay with a mini fridge, microwave) with a 21-day advance purchase.  See www.sandestin.com for complete details.
  • Fifth Night Free, when you buy four for a stay between March 5th and May 25th, 2011.
  • Complimentary amenities including free rental of bicycles, canoes, kayaks, tennis courts; free fitness center access; free children’s activities (in season) and complimentary resort-wide tram service offered every day of a guest’s stay.

4 Comments on Spring Break 2011 | Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort

    • I imagine it is busy, but it’s a big place with lots of different activities, so they can accommodate quite a few folks. It’s broken up into villages too, so you can be near the activity you like. For instance the Villas are near the golf courses, the high rises are near the beach.

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