Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa Helping Distance-Learning Families Make the Grade
August 19, 2020 by SoWal Staff
With the sudden rise in digital learning, Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa, a premier beachfront resort on Florida’s gulf coast, is offering several unique resources for virtual learning and educational experiences on the sugar white sands of the emerald coast. From brain-boosting breakfast options and midday energy pick-me-ups, to local physical education activities, and art and history experiences, Hilton Sandestin caters to families looking to spend school time in the sunshine.
The resort helps wake up sleepy heads for a day of learning with a full-service breakfast buffet at Sandcastles Restaurant, featuring multiple natural brain foods that boost concentration and performance. Guests can stop by the custom omelet station for a protein-packed creation or personalize a parfait with a wide array of fresh fruit, granola, and yogurt. For a midday pick-me-up, The Coffee Shop proudly serves Starbucks coffee, espresso drinks, Tazo teas, and an assortment of freshly baked pastries from the resort’s pastry chef.
Knowing the importance of a comfortable learning environment, the resort has equipped each guest room with a custom-made, two-seater desk with multiple plug-in outlets, situated near the windows for natural lighting and away from the entrance to eliminate distractions. Guests can also opt to work outside their rooms on private balconies or along the beachfront, taking advantage of the complimentary Wi-Fi around the pool deck. Private pool cabanas, which can be reserved up to a year in advance, feature a power source so guests can keep their devices fully charged, and an ice chest of bottled waters to stay hydrated.
Offering a mix of outdoor adventure, indoor crafting and playground fun, Visit South Walton Tourism suggests stepping off property for a physical education break. Hilton Sandestin offers close proximity to four state parks, 15 coastal dune lakes, and Point Washington State Forest. Families can enjoy miles of hiking and biking trails, bird and butterfly watching, kayaking through freshwater ponds, and searching for various species of plants and animals. Considered one of the area’s most historic attractions, Eden Garden State Park is home to the Wesley Mansion, which was occupied by lumber baron William Henry Wesley and his family in the 1800s. Visitors can tour the historic mansion or stroll through the carefully manicured grounds. A showcase of natural wildlife and scenery, Deer Lake State Park features a 1.5-mile trail around their pristine coastal dune lake that bursts with a kaleidoscope of colorful summer wildflowers and plants.
For a little art appreciation, families can try an in-person class for children of all ages at Rock, Paper, Scissors 30A, where they work on an art project of their choice and express their artistic freedom with a variety of hands-on activities. Additionally, Sea Turtle Coloring Books are available at the South Walton Visitor Center, as well as information on the some of South Walton’s most popular outdoor art and murals. Students can finish off the day with some fun playtime at one of the seven community playgrounds and splash pads located around the city.
Located on Northwest Florida’s Gulf Coast, Hilton Sandestin Beach greets guests with stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico’s sugar-white sands and emerald-green waters. Each guest room boasts a full or partial Gulf view, all with private balconies and outdoor seating. Poolside lounges and private cabanas dot the resort’s expansive boardwalk area as families and couples alike enjoy special time with one another.
For more information about Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa, visit www.HiltonSandestinBeach.com or call 850-267-9500.