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$1,600 for 7 nights

Marriott Grande Ocean Hilton Head Island

$1,600 for 7 nights

Available: October 7-14, 2016

Marriott's Grande Ocean welcomes you with an impeccable location on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina and luxury accommodations. You will love the two-bedroom, two-bath villa rental, filled with excellent amenities that are guaranteed to make your vacation truly unforgettable. Each villa offers a spacious master suite, separate living and dining areas, and private balconies, some boasting views of the resort courtyard. Additional perks in the luxury villa include a fully equipped kitchen, free Wi-Fi access, pillow top bedding, and a washer/dryer. A pullout sofa bed in every rental adds flexibility to the Hilton Head Island vacation, and a TV and DVD player allow you to unwind after a busy day.

Enjoy exhilarating activities just moments from your villa, such as horseback riding, jet skiing, and championship golf - or simply relax by our pool and soak up the South Carolina sun.

Your luxury vacation awaits here in Hilton Head Island.

Starting at $1,499 pp


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