The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa
We entered a beautiful and very spacious lobby where we were welcomed by the desk clerk. It was a longggg walk to our room. The room was very nice---large with sofa, over-sized desk and chair, king bed, big screen TV and a great bathroom with double sinks. Other amenities we really appreciated were the rain shower and magnifying mirror in the bathroom and the balcony with an ocean view. Also there was a safe, refrigerator, coffeemaker with Starbucks coffee (a little better than the usual hotel room coffees) and complimentary bottled water. The thing that would have made it perfect: an ottoman for the chair. The hotel recycles which I always love!
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