St. Simons Island is the largest barrier island in the Golden Isles of Georgia. Furthermore, it is internationally known for its scenic salt marshes, historic lighthouse, inviting sandy beaches, upscale accommodations, and delectable Southern cuisine.
Escape to Luxury Accommodations at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort
Built on St. Simons Island in 1935, The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort features stunning parlors, a ladies’ lounge, and oceanfront rooms. Moreover, it has a ballroom, an outdoor palm garden, a cardroom, and stained-glass window murals. Additionally, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, it has been a must-visit destination for generations of families, couples, civic organizations, and special event attendees.
The resort features 195 varying accommodations. For example, there are 141 hotel guestrooms and suites. Likewise, 6 unique beach cottages, and 48 spacious villas are available. Also, the cottages, villas, and residences feature full kitchens with up to four bedrooms. The iconic property continues to be a popular destination for visitors. To make reservations, visit www.KingAndPrince.com.
Bask in the Oceanfront Dining Experience of ECHO
ECHO features a spectacular oceanfront view as you feast on fabulous low country cuisine and international fare. For breakfast, try the smoked salmon plate, praline French toast, and seafood omelet. Wild Georgia shrimp tacos, pimento cheese hummus, and the coastal cobb will make for a delicious lunch too. Further, the Mahi Mahi sandwich, pan roasted diver scallops, and ECHO shrimp and grits, will be great for dinner.
Sited in The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort, this restaurant allows guests to relax on the sandy beaches. Also, cocktails like a Peach Royale Bellini, Queen’s High Tide, Peach & Blackberry Muddle, Ocean Boulevardier, and The Prince Paloma are a hit.
Delight in the Incredible Cuisine of the Georgia Sea Grill
This remarkable St Simons Island restaurant features specially curated lowcountry cuisine. For example, the upscale eatery offers the freshest of produce from Potlikker Farm, catfish from Satilla Ponds, and quality locally sourced ingredients.
The end result, to stunning effect, is delectable menu items. Firstly, crab-stuffed hush puppies, smoked fish dip, fried pimento cheese, and low country crab soup are delightful. Secondly, guests delight in dishes like Satilla Ponds fried catfish, corn battered fried Georgia shrimp, lamb racks, house-made desserts, craft beer, and wines. Thirdly, there is the excellent Reserve Wine List with varietals from Flowers Vineyard, Cakebread Cellars, and other locales. To make reservations, visit www.GeorgiaSeaGrill.com.
This article originally appeared in the June-July 2022 print edition of Upscale Magazine.