The Westin Hilton Island Head Resort & Spa to Complete Renovation

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The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa | Resort Bunk Suite

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, South Carolina—The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa announced that the completion of its renovation, in which the team reimagined the resort’s existing 416 guestrooms to grow to 420 rooms, including 32 suites, is scheduled for early February 2024.

Across all rooms, the team has updated these spaces into extensions of the island’s landscape. Ellis Adams Design drew inspiration from the sea oats and sweetgrass of Hilton Head Island and wellness. Architectural details throughout the rooms and suites reflect the outside environment with a light touch, while natural textures are intertwined with organic forms. Taking cues from nature, the color palette was derived from the island’s sandy shores and marshlands, green foliage, and blue skies, so that each room’s design is natural and warm.

“We are delighted to welcome new and returning guests to the latest iteration of The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa,” says Mike Tighe, general manager. “At the heart of our hospitality is an unwavering commitment to serving as a premier resort destination in the Southeast, and renovation not only signifies a chapter of renewal but also underscores our dedication to providing guests with a best-in-class experience.”

The Presidential Suite will have a master bedroom, adjoining living room, dinner table, a private veranda, and balconies. The Vice Presidential Suite will have a king bedroom, connecting living room, walk-in closet, three balconies, and a living area with a wet bar and powder room. The Atlantic Suite allows for seclusion with separate sleeping and seating areas, a private balcony, a separate powder room, and a wet bar. The Resort Bunk Suite serves as a studio; with bunk beds, a king bed, a dinette table, a large balcony, and an entertainment area with a wet bar, the suite serves as an accommodation for multi-generational families and friend groups alike. In addition to these specialty suites, the resort has 25 Carolina King Suites that offer a dinette table, an entertainment area with a wet bar and a sleeper sofa, and two private balconies. Other renovated room types include the Ocean Front & Ocean View Guest Rooms, Island View Guest Rooms, and Resort View Guest Rooms.

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