Best Hotels on Tybee Island: Beach Days and Restful Nights

Tybee Island’s accommodations are just as eclectic and interesting as the island itself. If you’re looking for a luxurious, full-service resort, stay in nearby Savannah. Tybee’s inns, hotels and motels are smaller and a little cozier, but they’re full of the quirkiness and charm that make the island a favorite vacation destination for so many travelers.

One of the best routes to go when planning an extended beach vacation is to book a vacation rental instead of a traditional hotel or motel room, and Tybee has several reputable companies and condo units to choose from. Some of the nicest vacation rentals are courtesy of Luxury Living, which offers several condos and townhouses with all the accoutrements. Beachside Colony Resort also has several great choices for travelers who want to spread out, including the Vue and the Tybee Beach Resort Club.

For those who want something a little more secluded and like to be treated to a delicious breakfast every morning, check out the Tybee Island Inn, one of the area’s loveliest bed and breakfasts. The fun and quirky Atlantis Inn has a bed and breakfast feel and is a great choice for those who want to be within easy walking distance of Tybee's best restaurants, bars and shops.

Travelers who are seeking something that feels more like a traditional hotel will be pleased with the DeSoto Beach Hotel and the Ocean Plaza Beach Resort, while budget-minded beach-goers have several decent options, including the Dunes Inn & Suites.

Admirals Inn


The Admirals Inn is a good choice for travelers on a budget who want a prime location and a comfortable place to stay. The hotel is located in the heart of Tybee's downtown area, just steps away from the Atlantic Ocean, Tybee Creek, and several...  Read More



The only hotel located in Tybee's popular South Beach area, the Sea & Breeze Hotel is just 50 yards from the ocean. The hotel's comfortable and well-decorated rooms feature a king-size bed or one or two queens, TVs, DVD players,...  Read More

Hotel Tybee


Tybee Island's only true full-service hotel, Hotel Tybee features more than 200 spacious rooms with a king bed or two queens. The hotel also offers several one-bedroom suites featuring rooms with one king bed or two queens and separate living...  Read More

Dunes Inn & Suites


Dunes Inn & Suites is a 54-room motel located in two buildings--the main building and the Dunes annex. Room choices in the main building include a two-bedroom apartment, standard rooms with one king or two queen beds and poolside...  Read More

Atlantis Inn


This cottage-style inn is an oasis on Tybee Island, featuring 16 rooms and suites with unique themes and fun décor. Room choices include Endless Summer, a romantic-style room with a king-size bed and heart-shaped spa tub, and Pirate's Cove, a...  Read More



The DeSoto Beach Hotel is a throwback to the Tybee of yore. The original DeSoto Beach Club was the place to stay on Tybee in the mid 20th century. The oceanfront hotel has been restored and upgraded with many modern amenities but still retains...  Read More



The Vue is part of Beachside Colony, a Tybee Island oceanfront resort comprised of eight buildings around the island that feature one-, two- and three-bedroom luxury condos. The Vue is a series of one- and two-bedroom condos within Beachside...  Read More



Tybee Beach Resort Club is part of Beachside Colony, a Tybee Island oceanfront resort comprised of eight buildings around the island. The building housing Tybee Beach Resort Club features beautifully appointed one-, two- and three-bedroom units...  Read More



Luxury Living is a collection of properties on Tybee Island that can be rented for various amounts of time, giving guests the flexibility and space they need to enjoy a beach vacation. One of the most luxurious properties for rent is Ocean View...  Read More



This beloved bed and breakfast is located just one block from the beach on the secluded north end of Tybee Island. The inn, which is part of the Fort Screven Historic District, was originally built in 1902 and once served as a day room of the...  Read More


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