Welcome to the S.R Hotel.

Welcome to the S.R Hotel.  It is important to us that you find your accommodations pleasant and enjoyable. If there is anything we can do to make your stay more pleasant, please do not hesitate to call the Front Desk.

Our professional staff is always available to meet your needs and expectations. Please utilize this Guest Directory to better familiarize yourself about services and important instructions, as well as helpful information about our area. If, for any reason, you require immediate attention please contact Guest Services by dialing “0” for the resort operator.

 We thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you and hope that you enjoy your stay!

S.R Hotel
P.O. Box 6685 – 35 DeAllyon Avenue
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
(843) 341-4242
(843) 785-9185 Fax



The systems in the rooms can be adjusted to your personal preference. We ask that upon departure you turn the system to a neutral setting.  Please set the temperature at 74 degrees for either cool or heat, depending on the season.

If your system is malfunctioning, please call the Front Desk by dialing “0” and a Maintenance Technician will come by to assist you.


Do NOT feed the alligators!  Fines could exceed $1,000 for feeding alligators, but it is also dangerous for both humans and the alligators.  Alligators that have been fed by people will become more aggressive and less fearful about approaching humans and will then have to be removed and disposed of by wildlife authorities.  Please enjoy all of our beautiful wildlife but respect all animals in the wild by not feeding or harassing them.


Performing and visual arts are alive and well on Hilton Head Island, named one of America’s “Top Small Art Towns”. While here be sure to explore our many galleries, take in a live performance or contact the organizations below for daily workshops and seminars for the family offered throughout the year

Arts Center of Coastal Carolina (843) 842-2787
Hilton Head Community & Youth Theater (843) 689-6246
Hilton Head Art League & Gallery (843) 681-5060
Hilton Head Art Academy (843) 842-5738
Hilton Head Main Street Community Theater (843) 689-6246
Hilton Head Orchestra (843) 842-2055
Hilton Head Comedy & Magic Club (843) 681-7757



Cribs, highchairs, and strollers can be rented through Baby’s Away at (843) 681-8722. All rentals must have a credit card for security. They will deliver to the rooms & pick the items back up at check-out.


Hilton Head Island is known for its beautiful beaches and scenic dunes. Please help preserve the natural ecology of our area by disposing of your litter properly, using designated beach accesses, by not walking across the dunes, and by not removing live creatures such as sand dollars and starfish from the beach.  If you dig a hole or build a sandcastle, please fill in your holes and demolish your sandcastle before leaving the beach.  Never dig holes any deeper than 12″ as they then become obstacles to nesting or hatching sea turtles.

There are 6 public beach parks for your enjoyment. For more information and directions, please call the Town of Hilton Head Island Beach Information Services at (843) 342-4580 or use the map and links below. 

  • Alder Lane (south-island): restrooms, meter parking
  • Burke’s Beach (mid-island): meter parking, tennis courts and restrooms by the tennis facility
  • Coligny Beach (south-island): beach matting, restrooms, meter parking, free parking, playground, seasonal life guards, seasonal beach rentals
  • Driessen Beach (mid-island): beach matting, restrooms, meter parking, playground, seasonal life guards, seasonal beach rentals, pavilion, grills
  • Folly Field Beach Park (mid-island): restrooms, meter parking, seasonal lifeguards, seasonal beach rentals
  • Fish Haul Beach Park (north-island): restrooms, beach matting, outdoor showers

Below is the link from the Hilton Head Island Official Visitors site to the Parks & Amenities Map (all Parks, not just beaches) that is activated when you press the Ctrl key and Click on the link at the same time.   The links to the individual Beach Parks are activated with a single Click.

Parks & Amenities Map pdf icon

Select the park or facility name below for details, amenities list and photos.

Alder Lane Beach Access

Burkes Beach

Coligny Beach Park

Driessen Beach Park

Fish Haul Beach Park

Folly Field Beach Park


To the Beach by Walking/Bike Path:  The beach is within walking distance from the Hotel. At the far back corner of the Hotel property past the tennis courts (Southeast) and at the end of the parking area, follow the designated pathway eastward (to your left alongside the tennis courts) directly to the beach.

To the Beach by Car:  The closest public beach park is located at Coligny Beach. There is meter parking directly in front of the access and a larger lot across the street.  Driving Directions:  Turn left from the front entrance of the Hotel property onto DeAllyon Road, and right on Cordillo Parkway, or turn right out of the rear parking area onto Cordillo Parkway and proceed to the light at Pope Avenue.  Turn right onto Pope Avenue, and proceed to the next stoplight at Lagoon Road.  Turn right at the stoplight into the Free Beach Parking adjacent to the Celebration Park.


Bicycles can be rented through The Bike Doctor at (843) 681-7532; they will deliver directly to the Hotel, to either Building A (West entry) or Building B (East entry).


The Hotel is set up for wireless internet access.  The current Wi-Fi password is included in your Check-In information or you can call the Front Desk by dialing “0” from the room phone.  Please see the “WI-FI” section of this directory for additional information.

There is a public use desktop computer and printer available in the S.R Hotel lobby for Hotel Guests.

Please see Copy and Fax Service for additional information.


The car passes are issued at Check-In, and a maximum of two (2) passes are made available per room. Please always display these passes by hanging them from your rear view mirror.


Check out time is 10:00 a.m.  Please drop your key cards in one of the Key Drop Boxes located outside each entrance door to the building, or you can drop them off at the Front Desk when you are leaving.


Please keep hallways, walkways, and common areas unobstructed. Do not hang or shake articles from patios, balconies, or patio/balcony railings.


Contact the Front Desk by dialing “0” or visit the Lobby for more information.

S.R Hotel Fax Number:                        (843) 785-9185

Copies are available at the Front Desk for $.50/page.

Fax service is available at the Front Desk for $.50/page to send and/or to receive.  If you are expecting an incoming fax, please notify the Front Desk.


In the event of a medical or safety emergency please dial 9 (for an outside line) and 911 immediately. Please refer to the safety Information tab for additional information.

For any maintenance issue, such as HVAC, water, sewer or electrical problems, please call (843) 341-4242 or dial “0” from your room phone and a Maintenance Technician will come by to assist you. After hours calls are responded to by on-call personnel in as timely a manner as possible.


We do not allow any fishing in the lagoons on the Hotel property.

There are a variety of Fishing and Crabbing excursions available.  Please see the local brochure rack located in the S.R Hotel Lobby for additional information.


We are pleased to help you with advance preferred tee time reservations for many area courses. In addition, there are many afternoon specials and seasonal promotions offered by golf courses, which may not be published in advance.

You may call Guest Services by dialing “0” from your room phone or you may contact the courses directly. Please refer to the Local Activities section for a complete list of area golf courses.


Local fire codes do not permit grills on the balconies or patios of any of the hotel rooms. 

There are charcoal grills and picnic tables located at the rear of the Hotel property adjacent to the parking area for your use. We ask that you clean up after yourself to ensure the enjoyment of the next Guest. Please exercise the same caution as you would at home when using the grills.


There are hand held hair dryers provided in the bathrooms of each room.


The S.R Hotel Fitness Center is open every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Come and enjoy working out, stretching or relaxing in the indoor hot tub.

Our renovated facility is spacious for individual cardio and weight workouts.

• Cardio machines: Treadmills, Elliptical trainers, Stair climbers, Tread climbers, Stationary bikes
• Circuit training machines (complete Nautilus and free weights)
• Indoor Jacuzzi and heated pool
• Studio for individual use (stretching, personal workouts)

Dial “0”

If you need early service, extra bedding or extra towels, please call the Front Desk by dialing “0” from your room phone and the staff will assist you.

We ask that you do not take any of the Hotel’s bedding or towels to the beach.


There is wireless internet access throughout the Hotel and in our Lobby area.

The current S.R Hotel Wi-Fi password is provided to you at Check-In.  If you misplace your password please call the Front Desk by dialing “0” from your room phone.


Each room is equipped with an iron and an ironing board which are located in the closet.


Two key cards are provided at Check-In. If you need a replacement, stop by the Front Desk and we will make you a new one.


Upon your departure, please either drop your keys in one of the Key Drop Boxes located outside each entrance door to the buildings, or bring your keys to the Front Desk for check-out by 10:00 a.m.


If you accidentally lock yourself out, please go to the Front Desk in person or call the Front Desk at (843) 341-4242 for assistance.


For items either lost or found please call Housekeeping (dial “0” from your room) for assistance.  Once you return home you can report lost items on the Spinnaker Resorts website by clicking here.

Before departure and check-out, please be sure and gather all of your belongings to take with you.


Parcel/Post daily outgoing mail may be dropped in the outgoing mail basket at the S.R Hotel Front Desk. If receiving mail or parcels, please direct the sender to address the items as follows:

Mailing Address:
     Southwind Management
     Attn: Name and Room #
     P.O. Box 6685
     Hilton Head, SC 29938

Fed Ex/UPS/Packages Address:
     Southwind Management
     Attn: Name and Room #
     35 DeAllyon Road
     Hilton Head, SC 29928


In an effort to help us maintain the highest level of quality, we request that you notify our Front Desk with any item(s) that you find that need immediate attention.  Please dial “0” from your room phone to report.


South Carolina Fire Codes permit the following occupancy rules:

Building A – Maximum Occupancy of 4                   Building B – Maximum Occupancy of 5

      Note: Additional Charges per Adult may apply


Please exercise the same caution during your stay as you would elsewhere.

We encourage you not to leave valuables in your car, and to always lock the door(s) to your room whether you are in or away.

Always find out who is at your door before allowing access.  All employees are required to wear name tags.

If you feel uncomfortable, please call the Front Desk for verification of the visitor.


No pets are permitted in the room or on the Hotel property at any time. A $150 fine may be assessed if a pet is found on Hotel property with you and immediate removal of the pet will be required. There are many pet lodging facilities on the island available for your convenience.  Please call the Front Desk for recommended local pet lodging facilities.


The south end Post Office is located at 10 Bow Circle off Palmetto Bay Road.

The United States Postal Service’s toll free number is (800) 275-8777.

You may bring your outgoing mail to the Front Desk where pick up is daily around noon.

107.9 WLOW Adult Contemporary
106.1 FOX Rock
106.9 WUVV Country Rock
104.9 WLHH The Surf
98.7 WYKZ The River
95.5 WIXV Classic Rock
1130 ESPN Prime Sports
900 Light Gospel




Due to the State of South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control’s new regulations:

ALL Pools & Hot Tubs will be closed at DUSK.

Pool Hours are now from 9:00 a.m. until DUSK. Please follow all posted rules. There is no lifeguard on duty – you are swimming at your own risk. Never leave children who are not water safe unattended around pools. Please have non-potty trained children use swim diapers.

There is no glass permitted in the pool area.

If the swimming pool is contaminated, South Carolina State health and safety rules require that the pool must be shut down for a minimum of 24 hours.


ALL CALLS 9 + 1 + (area code) + number No Charge
Calling Card 9 + 1 + instructions on card No Charge
Toll Free Calls 9 + 1 + number No Charge
International, Canada, 9 + Calling Card Calling Card Required
Caribbean Nations Operator 9 + 00
Emergency 9 + 911

20    Hargray Customer Service
66    To Voice Mail – your code is 1234
13     Guest Services
18     S.R Hotel Fitness Center (currently closed due to Covid-19 restrictions)
19     Resort Sales
0      Hotel Operator/Guest Services
0      Maintenance Department
0      Housekeeping


Adjacent to Hotel, the Van Der Meer Tennis Center offers our guests one hour of court time during their stay, based on availability.

Reservations are required at least 24 hours in advance, and restrictions apply.  Please contact the Front Desk for further information or reservations can be made directly by calling (843) 785-8388.

There are public courts available for use off of Cordillo Parkway and close to the S.R Hotel.  There is no need for reservations. Use is on a first come first serve basis. There are lights on these courts for nighttime play.


Housekeeping will empty trash daily but if you have additional trash you wish to dispose of, there are dumpsters located near the west end of each building.

Ferguson Taxi (843) 842-8088
S & J Expressway Taxi (843) 686-3333
Yellow Cab (843) 686-6666
The Breeze Trolley – $1.00 fare (843) 757-5782
       (South End to Shelter Cove and back)
The Free Trolley (843) 785-4913
       (Service from Sea Pines south to Coligny)


Tune your television to channel “6” for national and local weather updates.


     Heron Point (843) 842-8484
     Harbour Town Golf Links (843) 842-8484
     Ocean Course (843) 842-8484
     Shipyard Golf Club (843) 689-4653
     Barony Course (843) 689-4653
     Robber’s Row Course (843) 689-4653
     Planters Row Course (843) 689-4653
     Oyster Reef (843) 689-4653
     Robert Cupp Course (843) 689-4653
     Arthur Hills Course  (843) 689-4653
     George Fazio Course (843) 785-1138
     Robert Trent Jones Course (843) 785-1138
     Arthur Hills Course (843) 785-1138
     Country Club of Hilton Head (843) 681-4653
     Golden Bear of Indigo Run (843) 689-2200
OFF ISLAND (Bluffton)
     Old South (843) 785-5353
     Island West (843) 689-6660
     Pinecrest (843) 757-8960
     Eagles Pointe (843) 757-5900
     Crescent Pointe (843) 706-2600
     Hilton Head National (843) 842-5900
     Hampton Hall (843) 815-8720
     Hidden Cypress (843) 705-4999
     Okatie Creek (843) 705-4653
     Rose Hill (843) 757-9030
     Old Carolina (843) 757-8311




Hilton Head Library (843) 255-6500
      11 Beach City Road
Bluffton Library (843) 255-6490
      120 Palmetto Way
Heritage Library Foundation (843) 686-6560
Coastal Discovery Museum (843) 689-6767
Heyward House (Bluffton) (843) 757-6293
Penn Center (St. Helena Island) (843) 838-2432
Waddell Mariculture Center (Bluffton) (843) 837-3795



There are 13 well-maintained public recreation parks around the island for all to enjoy. For more information regarding amenities and scheduling, call the Island Recreation Center at (843) 681-7273.


  • Barker Field: baseball fields, multi-purpose fields and restrooms
  • Bristol Skate Park: roller hockey court (doubles as basketball court), skate park, restrooms
  • Celebration Park: 10-acre park with a Perimeter Walk located near Coligny Beach, with the Sand Box Children’s Museum, an event pavilion, a wading pool and interactive pirate ship at the Adventure Playground, fitness stations, lagoons, restrooms, free parking
  • Chaplin Community Park: tennis courts, basketball courts, multi-purpose fields, picnic areas, playground, dog park, walking trails, beach access, and restrooms
  • Cordillo Tennis Courts: lighted courts, first come first serve usage
  • Crossings Park: baseball fields, soccer fields, meadow, playground, trails, picnic areas, restrooms
  • Fish Haul Park: nature trail, boardwalk, picnic area, restrooms
  • Green Shell Enclosure: playground, picnic area, historic site, basketball court, boardwalk, restrooms
  • Hilton Head Park: tennis courts, basketball court, soccer field
  • Honey Horn Plantation: Community Events, trails
  • Island Recreation Center: ADA compliant restrooms, multi-purpose field, pool, gym, and playground
  • Jarvis Creek Park: freshwater fishing, dock, playground, meadow, picnic area, grills, swings, paved pathways, trails, restrooms
  • Shelter Cove Community Park: trails, view of Broad Creek, picnic area, community events

 To access the Parks & Amenities Map published by the Town of Hilton Head please activate the link below by pressing the Ctrl key at the same time that Click on the icon.

Parks & Amenities Map pdf icon


Hilton Head Island and the surrounding area has over 35 shopping plazas, including antique and consignment stores, outlet shops and exclusive boutiques. For more information, please stop by the Front Desk.


For summer visitors, kid’s camp might be in order. Possibilities include sports, theater, ecology, nature – the list goes on! Also, please feel free to call these popular spots for special program details:

Island Recreation Center (843) 681-7273
Coastal Discovery Museum (843) 689-6767
Beaufort County Parks & Leisure Services (843) 255-6680
Boys & Girls Club (843) 689-3646
Arts Center of Coastal Carolina (843) 842-2787
Art Academy of Hilton Head (843) 842-5738
The Sandbox (843) 842-7645

There are many wonderful resort and public facilities on the island (see listing below) that are available nearby.

The following Public Facilities are managed by the Island Recreation Center.
For more information, please call (843) 681-7273.

Cordillo Courts:  (Lighted) Off Pope Avenue, walk-on, no fee
Chaplin Community Park:  (Lighted) Off Hwy 278 near Burke’s Beach.  24-hour advance sign up at courts, no fee
Fairfield Station Park:  Next to Fairfield Plaza on Hwy 278, walk-on, no fee
Hilton Head High School and Middle School Courts:  (adjacent to the Island Recreation Center), as available, no fee


Hilton Head Island Beach & Tennis Resort (843) 842-4402
Island Club Tennis (843) 785-8012
Long Cove Tennis Club (843) 686-1030
Moss Creek Tennis Center (843) 837-2240
Port Royal Racquet Club (843) 686-8803
Rod Laver Tennis Center, Palmetto Dunes (843) 785-1152
Sea Pines Racquet Club (843) 363-4495
South Beach Racquet Club (843) 671-2215
Spring Lake Racquet Club (843) 681-3626
Sun City Tennis Center (843) 705-4022
Van der Meer Shipyard Racquet Club (843) 686-8804
Van der Meer Tennis Center (843) 785-8388


* Some courts listed may be private or off-island, please call first.



Hilton Head Island is a water lovers’ delight. From deep-sea fishing and sunset sails to kayaking on our scenic waterways and more, the area has many water activities geared for the entire family. For timely schedules, please contact the marinas directly at the numbers listed below.

Broad Creek Marina (843) 681-3625
Harbour Town Yacht Basin (843) 671-4386 (sports)
(843) 671-4534 (fishing)
Palmetto Bay Marina (843) 785-7131 (office)
(843) 785-2345 (water sports)
Shelter Cover Marina (843) 842-7002
Skull Creek Marina (843) 681-8436
South Beach Marina (843) 671-6699



Hilton Head Island is known for its beautiful beaches and scenic dunes. Please help preserve the natural ecology of our area by disposing of your litter properly, using only designated beach accesses, by not walking across the dunes, and by not removing live creatures such as sand dollars and starfish from the beach.

If you build a sandcastle, please demolish it before you leave the beach and fill in all holes that have been dug into the sand.  Please do not dig any deeper than 12″.  This is to help protect nesting and hatching sea turtles from injury or confusion.


Pedestrian/Bike Path:  The beach is within walking distance from the Hotel. At the far back southwest corner of the Hotel property past the tennis courts and at the end of the parking area, follow the designated pathway southward (to your left along the west side the tennis courts) directly to the beach.

By Automobile:  The closest public beach park is located at Coligny Beach. There is limited meter parking directly in front of the access (to the left of the drop off lane) and a larger free parking lot across the street.  Driving Directions:  Turn right from the front entrance of the Hotel property onto DeAllyon Avenue, and left on Nassau Street or turn right out of the rear parking area onto Cordillo Parkway and proceed from either to Pope Avenue.  Turn right onto Pope Avenue from Cordillo or Nassau, and proceed to the next stoplight at Lagoon Road.  Turn right at the stoplight into the Free Beach Parking adjacent to Celebration Park.



Take a good look at that log floating in a pond because, chances are, it’s not a log but an alligator. Alligators are indigenous to South Carolina and are found in lagoons, swamps and slow-moving streams. You will often see them sunning themselves on the banks of a lagoon. Do not go near them. Although they look like they are sleeping, they can move quickly and whatever you do, DO NOT feed or harass them.


During your stay, you may encounter bugs that you have never seen before, the most common of which is the Palmetto Bug. These bugs live in palmetto trees and live oaks, not indoors. While Palmetto Bugs are native to the island, so are exterminators who conduct monthly Palmetto Bug termination treatments.

The bugs are approximately 2″ long and have a hard outer shell. They do not bite, can do you no harm, but they do fly. If you encounter one of these in your room, it is because it has flown in from the trees…so please do not leave your sliding doors open and remember to close each door as soon as you enter or exit the doorway.


It is hard not to be fascinated by these intelligent creatures that are so prevalent in coastal South Carolina’s waters. You will probably see them just offshore at any beach that you go to during your stay. In addition, there are many dolphin-watching boat excursions that leave from the Bluewater Resort & Marina, Harbour Town in Sea Pines, and the Shelter Cove Marina.


These magnificent creatures are on the endangered species list. They build their nests on the beaches of South Carolina, instinctively returning to the place of their birth to lay their eggs. Oceanfront units and homes are required to curtail their use of lights after 10:00 p.m. during turtle nesting season.

Day Trips


Located just over the bridges, in the 19th century Bluffton was a quiet summer retreat for wealthy plantation owners, and it has now become a booming hub of activity, with residential and commercial interests rapidly increasing.

Bluffton’s original square mile, situated on a bluff overlooking the May River, is now considered its Main Street historic district. The town’s boundaries have increased substantially over the years and even more acreage is being annexed into town limits.

Bluffton’s roots are firmly planted in the areas local artisans, so it is home to a number of galleries, potters and photographers. Bluffton also offers a variety of quaint shops and accommodations.

There are a number of churches and houses that are on the National Register of Historic Places. To reach the Bluffton Welcome Center call (843) 757-6293.


Home to two military training centers, this waterfront town is a must see for historic tours; visit antebellum mansions and charming shops and galleries along Bay Street. Waterfront Park is host to Arts in the Park programs during the warmer months as well as local festivals throughout the year.

Directions: Take William Hilton Parkway (Hwy 278) off the Island through Bluffton, to Hwy 170. Go right on Hwy 170 through town and take a right on Hwy 21 (Boundary Street). Follow Boundary Street to Bay Street, then take a right on Bay Street. Beaufort is approximately 39 miles away. Contact the Beaufort Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center at (843) 525-8500 for area information.


Known by its natives as “The Holy City by the Sea”, Charleston is two hours up the coast. Take Hwy 278 West to I-95 North to Exit 33 for Highway 17 to Charleston. To contact the Charleston Visitors Center call (843) 724-7174 or for Visitor Information call (800) 774-0006.

This historic city blends the Old World and the new in the architecture of the historic district along the Ashley and Cooper Rivers. Built to take full advantage of the ocean breezes, old houses stand with their narrow ends right on the street, tiered wrap around porches are exposed to beautiful gardens filled with Lowcountry blossoms. Walking, trolley and horse drawn carriage tours are available to take in the beautiful scenery.

In the downtown area, there is an open air market known as the City Market, still standing from the Civil War era which is filled daily with local artisans and crafters. Wonderful shops and dining venues flank the City Market for a must see if you are visiting Charleston.

For adults and children alike, Charleston is also host to the South Carolina Aquarium and IMAX theatre; take an up close look at the Lowcountry’s native sea life.


Savannah is an interesting mix of the old and the new with antebellum homes sitting gracefully alongside edgy, renovated buildings purchased by Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD).

Take a stroll along River Street, sit at an open-air establishment or enjoy the unique shops and dining along dynamic Broughton Street. Look for free First Saturday programs along the riverfront and other special events.

Directions: Follow Hwy 278 West to Hwy 170 South. Then, take Hwy 170 South to US-17 and bear left. Continue southwest on US 17 to West Bay Street, then turn right (east). Take a left onto Martin Luther King Blvd. (NW Broad Street), which will take you to River Street. River Street is approximately 40 miles away. For more information please call the Savannah Chamber of Commerce at (912) 644-6400.

Daufuskie Island, located one nautical mile from Hilton Head Island, is only 5 miles long and a few miles wide. Secluded Daufuskie Island offers golf, accommodations, restaurants, three miles of pristine beach and tours of important historical sites including background on the settlement of the island. The primary mode of transportation is golf carts. Although there is no bridge to Daufuskie Island, there are a few tour/cruise companies that can take you there.

Vagabond Cruise (843) 363-9026
Harbour Town Marina

Calibogue Cruises (843) 342-8687
Broad Creek Marina

Houses of Worship

Bible Baptist (843) 681-8713
      2800 Main Street        
First Baptist (843) 785-4478
      101 S. Forest Beach Drive        
North Island Baptist  (843) 689-3800
      3800 Main Street


Holy Family Catholic Church  (843) 785-2895
      24 Pope Avenue        
St. Francis by the Sea (843) 681-6350
      45 Beach City Road        
St. Gregory’s (Bluffton) (843) 815-3100
      333 Fording Island Road


Christ Lutheran (843) 785-5560
      829 William Hilton Parkway        
Island Lutheran (843) 689-5200
      4400 Main Street        


First Presbyterian (843) 681-3696
      540 William Hilton Parkway        
Hilton Head Presbyterian (843) 69-6362
      235 William Hilton Parkway        
Providence Presbyterian (843) 842-5673
      171 Cordillo Parkway


Congregation Beth Yam (843) 689-2178
      4501 Meeting Street
Bluffton United (843) 757-3351
      101 Calhoun Street        
St. Andrew by the Sea (843) 785-4711
      20 Pope Avenue        
All Saints Episcopal (843) 681-8333
      3001 Meeting Street        
St. Luke’s Episcopal (843) 785-4099
      50 Pope Avenue        


Campbell Chapel AME (Bluffton) (843) 757-3652
      25 Boundary Street        
Sea Island Chapel  (843) 689-5100
      173 Marshland Road        

Important Phone Numbers


To get to the Hilton Head Airport, turn left on Pope Avenue from Cordillo Pkwy, at the Sea Pines Circle take Hwy 278 Business W, and turn right on Beach City Road. 

Follow the signs past the roundabout to the Airport.

To get to the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, take Hwy 278 all the way to I-95 South.

The Airport exit (Exit 104) is clearly marked once you enter Georgia. It is about a 50 minute drive, but you should allow extra time for traffic.

Hilton Head Island Airport (843) 255-2950
Savannah / Hilton Head Int’l. Airport (912) 964-0514
Air Tran (800) 247-8726
American Airlines (800) 433-7300
United/Continental Express (800) 525-0280
Delta Airlines (800) 221-1212
US Airways Express (800) 428-4322


Hilton Head Fire & Rescue (843) 682-5100
Hilton Head Medical Center (843) 681-6122
Emergency (843) 689-8281
Physician Referral (843) 689-8285
Poison Control (800) 222-1222



Please call 911 immediately (dial 9 for an outside line first)

Sheriff’s Department (843) 255-3300
State Highway Patrol (843) 726-8076
Urgent Care at Sea Pines Circle (843) 341-3232
Doctor’s Care (Mid-Island) (843) 341-2416
Cross-Island Medical (North End) (843) 681-8260
Main Street Medical (North End) (843) 681-3777




We would like to ask that you review the following information in the event the Island is evacuated due to an approaching Hurricane.

1) Please place all patio/balcony furniture and unsecured items in the room.
2) Please close all draperies and blinds and lock all windows and doors upon departure.

Under South Carolina law, if a hurricane threatens Hilton Head Island, the Local Government will first issue a Voluntary Evacuation Order. At that time, Southwind Management will request that all Guests leave the Hotel in order to allow staff to prepare for the impending hurricane.

If the Governor issues a Mandatory Evacuation Order, all Residents and Visitors to the island are required to leave the island immediately and will not be able to return until the storm passes and local authorities allow re-entry to the island.

After the storm has passed and the Governor rescinds the Evacuation Order, call toll-free (800) 963-5023 for re-entry information.

When a storm is approaching the Island, you should listen to radio stations WGCO 98.3 FM, WYKZ 98.7 FM, WLOW 107.9 FM or watch the Weather Channel on Channel 6 for emergency information and instructions.

Beaufort County Hurricane Hotline  (800) 963-5023
Hilton Head Island Fire Department (843) 682-5100 or
9+911 (in an emergency)
Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office (843) 255-3300 or
9+911 (in an emergency)
  • Know where shelters are in our area
  • Make sure your vehicle is fully fueled
  • Stock or pack:
  • flashlights and extra batteries
  • Portable, battery-operated radio and extra batteries
  • First aid kit and manual
  • Emergency food and water
  • Essential Medicines
  • Cash and credit card                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Call the Public Information Phone Systems (PIPS) at (800) 256-8535 for shelter information. This number will be activated once the Governor has issued an evacuation order, voluntary or mandatory.

    During a declared emergency, the South Carolina Department of transportation will activate a toll free number for traffic and road conditions. Call (888) 877-9151 during these emergencies for the latest road information.


Hilton Head Island evacuees will use both the William Hilton Parkway (US Hwy 278 Business) and the Cross Island Parkway toll facility (US Hwy 278).

As these two roads merge, a third lane will be formed by reversing flow on the inside eastbound lane of US Hwy 278. This lane will carry the traffic from the toll facility.

When US Hwy 278 reaches I-95, lane assignments will be as follows:

1. The right lane on westbound US Hwy 278 will exit to I-95 northbound.
2. The left lane on US Hwy 278 westbound will continue on US Hwy 278 towards the city of Hampton and eventually to the city of North Augusta.
3. The reversed lane will take SC 46 to US 321, then to SC 3 to SC 125 and onto North

Should a third lane not be necessary, then both lanes on US Hwy 278 will be routed to I-95 with the right lane to I-95 N then left lane continues on US Hwy 278.

(Note – during storms approaching from Florida and/or Georgia coastal areas, authorities may restrict access to most southbound interstates including I-95 S)


RE-ENTRY HOTLINE                                      (800) 963-5023

Check the local and state news sources for re-entry information. If the Island is open for re-entry, please call (843) 341-4242 at the Hotel location for specific information regarding your Hotel room.  However, please consider there could be limited facilities open on the Island.

Due to the heavy tree cover and vegetation on the Island, it could take several days before the Island is back to operating at normal levels.



We hope you won't need any first aid while visiting Hilton Head Island. If you do have any of the following problems, these hints may help ease the pain. In case of any emergency please dial 9+911 if you are calling from your villa phone.


Do NOT go near alligators. Do NOT feed or tease them! Alligators can outrun a human for 25 yards. If you encounter an alligator lazing in the sun quickly and quietly go the other way.


Apply vinegar, sugar, salt or dry sand to jelly fish stings. Lifeguards keep a bottle of vinegar solution to spray on stings. Meat tenderizer works well too. After 20 minutes, rinse with salt water.

Be aware that sting rays also enjoy the surf, so watch your step and "shuffle" aside if you spot one nearby. 


Oyster shells and barnacles are often attached to dock pilings. Cuts and abrasions can result in serious infections. Clean the wound with peroxide. Medical treatment is advised.

Call 9+911, some local snakes are poisonous and their bites can be deadly. Use a compression dressing just above the bite, NOT a tourniquet.

Please be aware that the island is home to copperheads, cottonmouths (water moccasins), and the rare rattlesnake or coral snake are occasionally sighted.


Soak in cool water unless skin is broken or blistered. Aloe gels and sprays are available in pharmacies. Ibuprofen may help.


Look for warning signs of red flags before entering the surf.

Discuss surf conditions with beach attendants or check on advisories by calling the National Weather Service or clicking on the link in the next section "NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE".

Do not swim alone and avoid swimming too far from shore.

Do not dive into the ocean unless you know the water depth.

Be especially cautious when the surf is high.


       Current Conditions - Hilton Head Island

       Coastal Waters Forecast - Charleston to Savannah

           (Press Ctrl + left click on either of the links above to connect with the current NWS pages)

Do not swim alone and avoid swimming too far from shore.

Do not dive into the ocean unless you know the water depth.

Be especially cautious when the surf is high.


Do not attempt to remove if the tick is below the skin surface. Cover with petroleum jelly or a film of oil, as this will cause the tick to re-surface. When the insect is free, remove with tweezers. If flu-like symptoms occur within two weeks, seek medical attention. 



There is a Wireless connection in each building, choose your building or the strongest “SR_Hotel_Guest” Wi-Fi connection that you pick up.

The current Wi-Fi password can be found on your Key card Folder or call the Front Desk by dialing “0” from your room phone.

 Accept the Terms of Service and connect to get online.


Connect to Wi-Fi on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac

  • From your Home screen, go to Settings > Wi-Fi.
  • Turn on Wi-Fi. Your device will automatically search for available Wi-Fi networks.
  • Tap the name of the Wi-Fi network that you want to join. Before you can join the network, you might be asked to enter the network's password or agree to terms and conditions.

Connect to Wi-Fi networks on your Android device

To use Wi-Fi the way you want, you can change how and when your phone connects.

When you have Wi-Fi turned on, your phone automatically connects to nearby Wi-Fi networks you've connected to before. You can also set your phone to automatically turn on Wi-Fi near saved networks.

  • Turn on & connect
  • Swipe down from the top of the screen.
  • Touch and hold Wi-Fi .
  • Turn on Use Wi-Fi.
  • Tap a listed network. (Networks that require a password have a Lock .)

Tip: After you connect, the network is "Saved." When your phone is near and Wi-Fi is on, your phone automatically connects to this network.

Connect to a Wi-Fi network to Windows 

Select the Network icon on the taskbar. The icon that appears depends on your current connection state. If you don’t see one of the network icons (or a similar one) shown in the following image, select the Up arrow to see if it appears there.

Choose the Wi-Fi network you want, then select Connect.

Type the network password, and then select Next.

Technical Support

If you are in need of Technical Support, contact Hargray Technical Support at 888-289-5239 or dial “20” from your villa phone. 

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