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Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort
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(800) 622-1038 
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www.sandestin.com  
Baytowne Wharf, Florida
Stretching along the white sand dunes of northwest Florida's Emerald Coast, this pedestrian-friendly resort-village covers 3 1/2 miles with its colorfully painted shops, restaurants, condos and recreation centers, all inducing classic Southern style and a laid-back vibe.

Surrounded by wooden fence posts and meandering foliage, the 15-court Baytowne Tennis Center includes three hard, two grass, and 10 clay surfaces; a shaded, shingled clubhouse overlooks the courts and a pond beyond. During the busy March-to-November seasons, Tennis Center pros conduct a variety of daily clinics, as well as weekly men's and women's drop-ins, a popular Saturday mixer, round robins, and exhibition games. In addition, the on-site pro shop--one of the largest in the region--stocks a massive array of racquets, accessories, and apparel.
Off the Court
The resort's four championship golf courses are complemented by a fitness center, a marina, and two shopping-and-dining complexes, all connected by a network of paved bike paths. Other activities include nature hikes, catch-and-release fishing, parasailing, snorkeling, Scuba diving, sailing, boogie boarding, sunset cruising, and an 18-hole miniature golf course. The Serenity by the Sea Spa offers an extensive menu of massage and body treatments, as well as yoga, Pilates, and stretch classes. Free shuttles and bayou-inspired water taxis whisk guests to recreation and accommodation locations throughout the property.
Accommodations and Dining
Sandestin's 1,200 rental units include individually furnished condos, villas, and one- to four-bedroom homes. Also on the property are the 175-room Bayside Inn and 600-room Grand Sandestin hotel. Of numerous on-site restaurants and lounges, fine-dining highlights are Bistro Bijoux and the Marlin Grill. More casual options include a branch of Bourbon Street landmark the Acme Oyster House, which specializes in crawfish, po-boys and other New Orleans-style fare, and the Sunset Bay Cafe, which serves Caribbean-inspired grilled seafood, weekly theme buffets, and island-style cocktails.
Prices
Rates include accommodations, an hour of tennis time, fitness-club access, and unlimited use of bicycles, boogie boards, kayaks, and canoes.

November - February
  • Hotel rooms: $90-125/night
  • Studio villa: $120 and up/night
  • One-bedroom villas: $125-$140/night
  • Two- to four-bedroom condos: $140 and up/night

March - Late May (except March 20 - April 26)

  • Hotel rooms: $140-$200/night
  • Studio villa: $200 and up/night
  • One-bedroom villas: $190-$230/night
  • Two- to four-bedroom condos: $230 and up/night

March 20 - April 26

  • Hotel rooms: $160-$215/night
  • Studio villa: $285 and up/night
  • One-bedroom villas: $215-$355/night
  • Two- to four-bedroom condos: $260 and up/night

Late May - Late August

  • Hotel rooms: $160-$215/night
  • Studio villa: $285 and up/night
  • One-bedroom villas: $215-$355/night
  • Two- to four-bedroom condos: $260 and up/night

Late August - October

  • Hotel rooms: $130-$160/night
  • Studio villa: $165 and up/night
  • One-bedroom villas: $175-200$/night
  • Two- to four-bedroom condos: $230 and up/night

*Prices may vary


More Details
Kids' Stuff
The resort's complimentary children's activities include a pirate-ship playground, a tree-house, a rock-climbing wall, the Dunes Putting Course, and the beachside EuroBungy jump. Also offered are Junior tennis, golf, sailing, and cooking classes.

Location
The nearest airports are Okaloosa County Air Terminal (VPS) in Fort Walton Beach, 25 miles west; Panama City/Bay County International (PFN), 40 miles east; and Pensacola Regional (PNS), 85 miles west. Rental cars are available at all three.