Wild Dunes Resort

5757 Palm BLVD

Isle of Palms, SC 29451

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Phone: (843) 886-2260

City: Isle of Palms

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Wild Dunes Resort

Nestled on the northern tip of Isle of Palms, a lush barrier island off the coast of South Carolina, Wild Dunes Resort is located less than 30 minutes from the charm and grace of historic Charleston. The Resort occupies 1,600 acres of oceanfront paradise with a variety of accommodations ranging from the AAA Four-Diamond Rated Boardwalk Inn and The Village at Wild Dunes to private condos and luxury home vacation rentals. It is one of more than 30 independent, upscale and luxury hotels, resorts and golf clubs in the United States managed by Destination Hotels & Resorts, the fourth largest independent hospitality management company in the country. Offering a year-round menu of golf, tennis, salon and boutique spa services, restaurant options and recreation and excursion offerings, Wild Dunes Resort has been distinguished by many publications and associations as a top destination for families, couples, golfers, tennis lovers, brides and meeting and event planners. The entire Resort is connected with bike and walking paths and resort shuttles, making it possible to enjoy this paradise without ever getting behind the wheel of your car. The Isle of Palms enjoys special status as a lush, green enclave located on South Carolina’s only Blue Wave Beach – a national designation from the Clean Beach Council which goes to a handful of beaches with high levels of water quality, environmental responsibility and procedures for ensuring swimmer safety. Wild Dunes Resort is a paradise for visitors seeking clear waters, sunny skies and the unique feeling that comes from admiring tropical palm trees growing beside ancient live oaks.

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