How Many Rooms at Disney Hilton Head?

How Many Rooms at Disney Hilton Head?

Hilton Head, South Carolina is a vacation playground with something for everyone to enjoy. And part of the Hilton Head experience is selecting the perfect place to stay. Travelers can choose from private rentals, hotels, and resorts, including Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort.

How many rooms at Disney Hilton Head? There are 123 rooms at Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort.

  • 21 Studio Rooms
  • 21 1-Bedroom Villas
  • 76 2-Bedroom Villas
  • 5 3-Bedroom Villas

Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort was built for families and those large 3-Bedroom villas sleep up to 12 people.

I wanted to know more about the configuration of the rooms at this resort as well as the amenities that are located on the property. The location of the resort is also important to me and I wanted to find out more about that. I’ve learned that while Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort is large and loaded with activities, I also learned that it isn’t on the ocean.

The Rooms at Disney Hilton Head

The majority of the rooms at Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort are 2-Bedroom villas designed to sleep as many as nine people. Each 2-Bedroom villa has 1 King Bed, 2 Queen Beds, 1 Queen Sleeper Sofa and an additional twin-sized sleep chair. There are 76 2-Bedroom villas at this resort.

The 1-Bedroom villas are designed to sleep up to five people. Each villa has 1 King Bed, 1 Queen Sleeper Sofa and 1 twin-sized sleep chair. There are 21 1-Bedroom villas on the property.

There are a handful of 3-Bedroom villas at Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort. The 3-Bedroom villas have room for 12 people to sleep. There is 1 King Bed, 4 Queen Beds, and 1 Queen Sleeper Sofa.

The 1, 2 and 3-Bedroom villas all come with the same amenities:

  • Full kitchen
  • Dishes, glasses and utensils
  • Pots and pans
  • Dishwasher
  • Stove and oven
  • Toaster
  • Microwave
  • Coffeemaker
  • Refrigerator
  • Washer and dryer
  • Whirlpool tub
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron and ironing Board
  • DVD player
  • In-room safe
  • Voice mail
  • Alarm clock
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Wireless Internet

The studio villas are the smallest option at Disney Hilton Head. They have 1 Queen Bed and 1 Queen Sleeper Sofa and are designed for up to 4 people. There are 21 studio villa rooms at the resort. Their amenities include:

  • Kitchenette
  • Small refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Coffee maker
  • Paper plates and bowls and plastic utensils
  • Full bathroom
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron and ironing Board
  • Voice mail
  • Portable crib
  • Alarm clock
  • In-room safe
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Wireless Internet

Resort Amenities

Disney Hilton Head opened on March 1, 1996. The resort was modeled after a 1940s hunting and fishing lodge and the entire property has a rustic feel. It is part of the Disney Vacation Club system but you don’t have to belong to that club to book one of the 123 rooms. The resort feels very much like a Disney property from the topiary Mickey Mouse at the entrance to the popular Mickey Mouse ice cream bars at the snack bar. You can buy Disney merchandise at the gift shop. Some of it is specific to Disney Hilton Head.

There is no sit-down restaurant at this resort. Tide Me Over is a walk-up window serving light breakfasts and lunches. The popular Disney refillable mug is available at Hilton Head.

There are plenty of activities at the resort. The Big Dipper is a 72,000-gallon swimming pool with a slide. There is also a splash area for toddlers. There is a playground, horseshoe courts, basketball court, table tennis and shuffleboard. Guests can rent bikes and borrow safety helmets and locks. There is fishing and crabbing gear for rent as well as beach chairs. The staff also offers up daily activities that may include things like kayaking, geocaching and story time.

The Beach

Hilton Head is a 42-square foot barrier island in South Carolina located about 8 miles north of the Georgia border. The terrain is very green and lush and there are 12 miles of beaches. The main portion of the property at Disney Hilton Head however, is not located on one of those beaches. It is a 1.3-mile trip from the main lodge to the water. Shuttles run regularly and a bike path is also available so that guests can access the beach. There is also limited parking for resort guests close to the beach. Disney built The Beach House on its 3.5 acres of oceanfront property as an anchor for guests while they are spending time seas-side.The Beach House amenities include a heated pool and splash area as well as to restrooms, showers and changing rooms and a lounge with television and game tables.

There are only quick-serve food options at The Beach House. Signals is open from April to October for lunch and ice cream and Surfmen’s Sand Bar serves alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages Monday through Saturday.

Where Do You Go When You Leave Your Room at Disney’s Hilton Head?

Hilton Head Island is a bustling place with world-class golfing opportunities, tennis courts, horseback and bicycle trails, and plenty of kayaking, canoeing and fishing. Shoppers will find hundreds of stores including outlet malls close by. The restaurant scene is filled with dining options from big chains to local independents serving the signature low-country cuisine of the area.

What do Guests Like About Disney’s Hilton Head?

Guests who stay at Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort generally love the true Disney feel to the property and the level of service they have come to expect from Disney employees. The 123 rooms are very suitable for families and the largest villas can sleep up to 12 people.

What About the Beach Being a Mile Away?

Guests who aren’t looking for an oceanfront view or don’t mind making the one-mile trip aren’t concerned that Disney’s Hilton Head isn’t right on the water. While it can be an inconvenience to enjoy the beach and not be near your room, the resort’s inland location puts it within walking distance of shops and restaurants whenever guests are at the main property. Hilton Head Island visitors who are looking for water views and lots of beach time may prefer to shop around for other hotels, resorts, rental properties, or an Airbnb Hilton Head that is closer to the ocean. (That should actually be spelled Airbnb Hilton Head not all lower case as in the order.)

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