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Why This Tybee Island Hotel Is A Pedestrian’s Dream

The Dunes Inn knows that location is everything — that’s why they take pride in being one of Tybee Island’s most centrally located accommodations. The hotel is walking distance from almost everything on the island, which is great news for guests who don’t feel like driving (or parking!) during their stay.

So grab your free parking pass at the front desk, drop your bags in your room and hit the boardwalk. There’s tons to see on Tybee Island!

No trip to Tybee Island is complete without a beach day. Luckily, sand and surf are only a one-block walk from your room! Burke’s Beach Rentals have your beach gear covered: they’ll deliver beach umbrellas, lounge chairs and boogie boards directly to your spot in the sand!

Photo by Casey Jones of Visit Tybee

Photo by Casey Jones of Visit Tybee

Next door to the Dunes Inn, you’ll find one of Tybee Island’s best seafood establishments: Sting Ray’s. This father-and-son restaurant offers live entertainment and a wide variety of fresh-caught platters to enjoy while mingling with the locals.

If you’d rather not venture out, the on-site enclosed pool deck is always a great choice. In fact, the hotel’s pool has a claim to fame: Magic Mike XXL filmed several scenes there!


Feeling social? Head to Tybee’s main street, Tybrisa Street. Here, you’ll find quirky shops filled with nautical finds, spunky bars and old-school ice cream counters.

Overlooking the vast Atlantic Ocean, the majestic Tybee Island Pier is located only two blocks from Dunes Inn. Early birds will love being a quick walk to the best vantage point for sunrises, and night owls will love staying a only short stroll away from a romantic evening spot.

Book your next stay at the Dunes Inn and soak in the central locale on Tybee Island!


jess_brannen_headshotJess Brannen is Visit Tybee’s Social Media Coordinator. She graduated from Armstrong State University with her BA in English and Professional Communications. Jess is a Savannah native and loves playing with Sir Charles Barkley, her neurotic golden retriever, and watching reruns of Martha Stewart’s cooking shows while eating chocolate. 

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