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We stayed at this hotel for a week while we were visiting Hilton Head Island. The location is fantastic, a very quick walk to the beach. On our way TO the beach we typically tried to catch the free trolley that goes around the island...More
Hubby and I were driving up the coast from FL to MA and had never been to Hilton Head, so stopped for the night. This is a nice, clean, comfortable hotel. The location was good as well. We walked to the beach. We did not...More
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Response from Anita P, General Manager at Holiday Inn Express Hilton Head IslandResponded 25 June 2018
Dear Carol K,
Thank you for your wonderful 5 star review! We are so happy to hear you enjoyed your visit.
We are indeed pet friendly and please know your fur baby is also invited to stay whenever you'd like.
Glad to know you enjoyed...More
Nice hotel with friendly employees and a clean room, with a short walk to the beach. But they charge a resort fee in the summer and not the rest of the year. There is no logical business reason to do this other than to take...More
Walking distance to the beach. Clean pool area. The pool chairs get very hot in the sun. Breakfast was decent but does get crowded. Room was fine, could have used a touch up of paint, not really a big deal. Room was clean. Beds extremely...More
What could have ended up at terrible time for my family upon arrival turned into a great stay and great accommodations due to manager Anita! Anita was professional, friendly and went out of her way to create a great situation! My family and I are...More
Response from jayr0berts0n | Property representative |
In the coastal regions of South Carolina, there are 10's of 1000's of alligators and are great assets and wildlife balance. The alligator that hangs out in our lagoon has not injured or attacked any person for... More
In the coastal regions of South Carolina, there are 10's of 1000's of alligators and are great assets and wildlife balance. The alligator that hangs out in our lagoon has not injured or attacked any person for at least 10 years on record. The state of South Carolina provides specific General Statutes and laws regarding feeding or harassing alligators or turtles and these are the warning signs that are posted along our lagoon. Because our guest respect these signs and do not feed the alligator, it does not run up to people. In these cases throughout the island, aggressive alligators, the SC National Wildlife game warden will come and remove the alligator to repopulate in nature.
I hope this sheds some light on your question Valerie and many of our other future guests.
Hello, I apoligize about the delay. From the rooms, walk on the little road that leads back to the registration building. Turn left on that main street, walk a block or two, to the traffic circle, and turn right before the... More
Hello, I apoligize about the delay. From the rooms, walk on the little road that leads back to the registration building. Turn left on that main street, walk a block or two, to the traffic circle, and turn right before the circle, go across the road, and keep going by the shops there, and there is an entrance to the beach. I takes about five minutes to walk to the breakfast room. I did not shop there, so don't know about that.