Georgia's southern coast is covered in beaches and islands that are all too beautiful to miss out on. Some are more popular and touristy than the others, but one offers a more simple, less crowded escape and will make you feel like you've traveled into a fairy tale. Jekyll Island has 10-miles of untouched beach and a resort that will unlock your inner Disney Princess.\nJekyll Island Club Resort is located at the heart of the Jekyll Island Historic District and this club looks like it was pulled right out of a fairy tale storybook.\nAt first glance, you might think this resort is actually a castle from Medieval times with it's blush pink exterior, romantic round room, arches, and tower. It's located just steps from the beach, which makes it even better.\nEditor's Choice: Savannah's Massive New Adult Playground Finally Opens To The Public Today (VIDEO)\nProminent families like the Vanderbilts, Pulitzers, and Rockefellers have chosen to stay at this resort over any other, according to the official website. It's also seen $25 million in enhancements, so you know this place is some type of fancy.\nYou can either stay inside the clubhouse guestrooms or one of the cottages right next door. Whichever you choose, you're sure to not be disappointed.\nView this post on Instagram 🏰🤍 A post shared by Tyler Thapa (@tribhu1_) on Jul 8, 2020 at 1:28pm PDT\nThe cottages feature three separate different buildings with 47 rooms in all. These have a more homey type of feel with rocking chair balconies, huge communal gardens and courtyards, and apartment-style stays.\nOver the past year, all of the guestrooms and suites on the property have been upgraded with new mattresses, sitting areas, furnishings, and renovated bathrooms.\nNightly rates for both guestrooms and cottages start around $178, though their prices do fluctuate depending on when you book.\nView this post on Instagram Out of the office for the week at this dreamy place! Give me all the old, little details please! A post shared by Benton Home (@bentonhome208) on Jul 29, 2020 at 7:27am PDT\nSo what about the amenities? The club has it's own oceanfront beach access. A shuttle will take you to the access, so you don't even have to walk there, and you can get towels, beach chairs, and umbrellas from The Ocean Club.\nYou can also explore their dreamy driftwood beach, a mesmerizing beachscape that will unearth your inner photographer. They even have scenic bike trails that offer a serene escape all their own.\nA pool deck with an elegant pool, hot tub, and a fire pit offer a water-fueled alternative if you'd rather not take to the sands. You can grab drinks and bites to eat at the Eighty Ocean Kitchen and Bar all while you're lounging in paradise.\nView this post on Instagram Must be from a different life ✨ . . Angie and I are in Jekyll Island this weekend at her very first Blogging Bootcamp Retreat! We’re hosting this historic event at a resort FULL of history, @jekyllclub! . . Back in the early 1900s, this is where the Rockefellers, Pulitzers, J.P.Morgans and more famous families came to escape the snow for a few months. Now, anyone can come and experience this GORGEOUS resort year round. . . I’m very happy this place is just a short drive away from my hometown. I can see myself here a lot more for tea time ☕️ • • • #angieawaybloggerbootcamp #jekyllisland #jekyllislandclub #areyouaway #sheisnotlost #wearetravelgirls A post shared by Rae Away (@raeaway) on Aug 17, 2019 at 8:17pm PDT\nJekyll Island is a unique destination with much to explore, so you might just have to book a room to see it all for yourself.\nJekyll Island Club Resort \nvia Jekyll Island Club Resort \n\n\n$178+/night\nBook\n\n\nAddress: 371 Riverview Dr., Jekyll Island, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: You'll feel like royalty the minute you walk onto this resort. With dreamy walkways, beaches, and more to explore, this is one stay you have to book at least once in your lifetime.\n\nPrices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.