Disney Hilton Head Island Resort in South Carolina combines the magic of Disney and fun in the sun, and it is so much fun. Read this Disney Hilton Head review to learn everything you need to know about this unique Disney property.
We love Disney's Hilton Head Island resort because it's quiet and not too busy. When you are looking for some Disney magic but with a slower-moving, relaxed family time at the beach, this is where you'll want to be. On one side, there is a shopping center with dining, a large marina, and places to sign up for boat tours.
— Pirate's Island Adventure Golf — Guided Nature Walks — Nature Programs for Teens and Kids — Harbour Town Lighthouse — Biking Around the Island — Coastal Discovery Museum — Go Shopping
There are plenty of dining options all over the island, but the onsite dining options are a little underwhelming. That's one of the reasons we like to rent a villa, so we can cook there. You have everything you need to cook, and there are grills sprinkled around the property.
Disney's Hilton Head Island has the typical amenities you've come to expect if you visit Disney parks and resorts often. Bend & Stretchs, the fitness center, is small but has the normal exercise equipment. They even have a place to board your pet, as this is a must if you're traveling with animals.
If you're looking to interact with Disney characters or experience character dining, Disney's Hilton Head Resort doesn't have any of these activities regularly. There are some characters throughout the day who lead activities or just say hi. However, if seeing characters is a priority for you, you might be disappointed.
The neat thing is that Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort actually feels like a Disney vacation, even though Walt Disney World is hundreds of miles away in Florida. We love the unique atmosphere and scenery that allow you to experience low country life. I know you'll have as much fun as we did at this fun-filled location.