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371 Riverview Drive
Jekyll Island
Tel: 855-540-0777
Fax: (912) 635-2818

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A Historic Landmark Experience


On this unhurried, undeveloped, unspoiled barrier island off Georgia’s historic southeastern coast, awaits a world of compelling contrasts and perfect balances. Rich history and modern comforts. Elegant surroundings and simple pleasures. Romance and laughter. Grand dining and beach picnics. Sunshine and moonlight. Vitalizing activities and complete relaxation. Business and pleasure. Couples and families. Where “doing nothing" is a no risk endeavor. We adapt to you, your timing, and your choices.
The Jekyll Island Club Hotel is the only four star resort and National Historic Landmark onJekyll Island. Enjoy casual and fine dining, nine miles of beach, bicycling, 63 holes of golf, tennis, historic tours, horseback riding, and much more.


Gracious accommodations set the stage for your landmark experience. The resort presents 157 rooms and suites in five historic settings. Just as Club members did a century ago, choose from the Clubhouse (Main Hotel), the Annex, Sans Souci, or one of the Cottages - Crane Cottage and Cherokee Cottage.

The Clubhouse, the centerpiece of the present day Historic District, was constructed in eighteen months and completed in time for the club's first season in 1888. Designed by Charles Alexander of Chicago the structure was exactly what J.P. Morgan, Vanderbilt and their friends desired. It is quintessentially American Queen Anne in architectural style. Alexander incorporated into its plan the turret which dominates the roof line, encompassing verandas, bay windows, extended chimneys and overall asymmetrical design. Handsome interior details include Ionic columns in the dining room, twelve-and fifteen-foot ceilings, oak wainscoting and other handsomely detailed woodwork, as well as leaded art glass and distinctively detailed fireplaces. The Clubhouse expressed a life of elegant leisure. View rooms and rates.

The Annex was added in 1901 to provide eight additional private apartments for Club members. This Annex was the first building to have indoor plumbing. Each club member was given a certain number of specially printed guest cards to invite friends to visit during the season. The “strangers,” as the Club members referred them, were permitted to visit for no longer than two weeks. View rooms and rates.

Sans Souci, meaning "without care," was built in 1896. As previously mentioned, this six-unit apartment building is considered to be one of the first condominiums built in this country. The building now consists of 24 guest rooms and two private meeting rooms. It is perfect for board retreat style meetings as well as family reunions. The floors, leaded art glass, stairway and skylight are original. View rooms and rates.

Crane Cottage, (View floor plan) built in 1917, in classic Italianate design, offers 13 guest rooms and suites, lush gardens, courtyard dining and intimate meeting spaces. The sunken Garden area, terrace level above the garden and the surrounding grounds offer a perfect venue for wedding ceremonies up to 350 people. Additionally, Crane has a fountain courtyard with arcaded loggia and seating for up to 120 people. View rooms and rates.

Cherokee Cottage, (View floor plan) a stately villa built in 1904, has ten guest rooms and unique meeting space within its elegant interiors. This cottage has a billiard room complete with a handsome billiard table and is perfect for small groups or reunions. View rooms and rates.

Hotel services and amenities include:
• Room Service (7a - 10p)
• Lending Library
• Five Gift Shops
• Concierge Services
• Babysitting Services (72-hour notice required)
• Valet Parking
• Swimming Pool (Outdoor)
• Croquet Lawn
• Putting Green
• Hotel Tours (Monday - Thursday)
• Complimentary Intra-Island Transportation

The Jekyll Island Club Hotel offers an exquisite range of Georgia wedding venues. The Club Ballroom, which accommodates up to 250 people for a reception and 130 for sit-down meals, opens through four sets of double doors onto the veranda overlooking the Annex Courtyard. Frequently, a bride situates the hors d' oeuvres and cocktail bar on the veranda, and guests enjoy the opportunity to circulate inside and outside.

The tradition of culinary excitement at the Jekyll Jekyll Island Club Hotel is as celebrated today as it was at the turn of the century when the establishment was an exclusive hunting club for J.P. Morgan, William Rockefeller, their families and friends. A club member described in her journal every one of her dining experiences at the Club...from 1899 to 1909! Today's guests also praise the Club's culinary delights served in two distinctive Jekyll Island restaurants and a popular bakery-delicatessen.

Coastal Georgia meetings are our business! Let our professional and courteous sales and catering staff assist you in planning your next conference at this legendary Georgia meeting facility! Our complete meeting package saves you time and simplifies budgeting.