Celebrate Easter at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
As spring comes early to Coastal South Carolina, what better place to celebrate Easter than at Kiawah Island Golf Resort? Whether you choose to stay in The Sanctuary Hotel, in one of more than 500 Resort Villas or in one of our luxurious Private Homes, Easter proves a family-friendly season on the island with dining and family events geared for all ages. Plus, this year the resort is ensuring all proper steps are taken to adhere to safe practices, including social distancing and mask-wearing in accordance to CDC guidelines and Town of Kiawah Island ordinances.
Offering a number of suites with connecting rooms, The Sanctuary is ideal for an intimate family getaway. Villas offer a variety of sleeping arrangements from one- to three-bedrooms. With their full kitchens and laundries, along with airy living spaces, the Villas create a homelike atmosphere. Many of the Private Homes feature up to eight bedrooms and the luxury of full housekeeping services, making them ideal for a carefree escape for extended families. Regardless, whichever lodging choice best suits your needs, booking through the resort will grant you and your family access to all amenities plus special events to mark the holidays. Call one of our reservations specialists at (800) 654-2924 to begin planning your ideal Easter escape.
Easter is a season of feasting to celebrate the end of winter and the renewal of nature that spring ushers in. To celebrate, Kiawah Island Golf Resort presents a great assortment of Easter dining opportunities to joyously observe the season with family and friends.
In 2022, Kiawah Island Golf Resort is offering multiple options for both dine-in and take-out meals. For a Kiawah Easter first, the resort will offer a lunch buffet at West Beach Conference Center. Jasmine Porch resumes its traditional Easter Brunch, and brunch returns to Grand Oaks Ballroom in The Sanctuary. The Ocean Room will be serving an elegant special Easter dinner service.
If you plan to arrive early in anticipation of Easter weekend, be sure to also join in an authentic Lowcountry culinary tradition at the Mingo Point Oyster Roast & BBQ.
Be sure to reserve our iconic green beach bikes well in advance of your visit. During spring especially, bikes are an ideal way to explore the island and to travel from point-to-point, either on the 30-plus miles of paved trails linking the island from east to west or on the hard-packed sand below the tideline on our 10-mile beach.
During the week leading up to Easter Sunday, and continuing through the week of, Kiawah Island Golf Resort is presenting a full range of fun, family friendly special activities, from cornhole tournaments, beach Olympics, comedy improv, a Mario Cart Grand Prix for teens — even an Eggstreme Kayak Hunt paddling out from Mingo Point and an Eggstreme Festival at Night Heron Park. And you won’t want to miss what has become a favorite Easter tradition: the annual sand-sculpting contest on the beach in front of The Sanctuary.
For more details on special dining and activities, please visit the dedicated Easter page.