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The Best Western Ocean Breeze Inn is nestled in the heart of Hilton Head Island. Escape to the Island and enjoy the history, world-class golf, and miles of scenic trails. Just a short walk from the hotel will take you to the world-famous Coligny Beach, relax and enjoy the warm waters of the Atlantic Ocean. No wonder Hilton Head Island was voted the second-best Island in the US and Canada by Travel & Leisure Magazine.

The convenient on-site bike rentals will allow you explores the miles of dedicated biking trails. Learn to play tennis like a pro, just next door at the 17 court Van Der Meer Tennis facility. Location is everything from this stunning new property. Coligny Plaza is a short distance away and offers over 60 restaurants and retail shops. The Island’s best known and best loved landmark, Harbour Town Lighthouse and Marina is only 10 minutes away.

Submerge yourself into the spacious comfortable accommodations; the lightning fast 200 mb fiber optic internet will appease all family members with their various gadgets. The 48-inch LED TV and state of the art on demand movies and virtual DVR offers thousands of entertainment choices. Fully equipped kitchenette units are available for those seeking a longer stay or just like the convenience of a kitchen. In the evening relax outside and watch the stars.

The Best Western Ocean Breeze Inn pays homage to the region’s rich history.

No resort fees! Free hot breakfast buffet. Walking distance to beach or relax at our pool!

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Hotel location and the surrounding area

Nearby Attractions

Area Business

  • 40 mile(s) from Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort or MCAS, a United States Marine Corps Air Base located three miles northwest of the central business district of Beaufort, South Carolina. About 4,700 personnel serve at the station, and it is home to six Marine Corps F/A-18 Hornet fighter-attack squadrons.


  • 1.3 mile(s) from The Sandbox, The Sandbox is hands-on interactive museum filled with unique entertaining, and educational to explore. Children can sail away on Captain William Hilton’s ship of discovery or be in the international airport terminal with a plane ready for little pilots to fly.
  • 7.4 mile(s) from Coastal Discovery Museum, The Coastal Discovery Museum is one of the most memorable destinations on Hilton Head Island. Explore natural history and cultural heritage on the 68 acre Honey Horn property. The Museum’s trails, gardens, live oaks, butterfly enclosure and Marsh Tacky horses are just a few of the fun experiences you will encounter during your visit
  • 5 mile(s) from Baynard Plantation Ruins, The  Stoney-Baynard Ruins tells a colorful legend of Hilton Head Island’s Stoney and Baynard families. Let your imagination take you back in time, as you walk the very space that cotton planters, slaves, and Confederate and Union troops walked centuries ago. The ruins are a living testament to an inventive masonry technique called “tabby,” popular in the Lowcountry during the 18th and 19th centuries. It was made by burning crushed oyster shells to make lime, which was then mixed with sand, whole shells and water. Cotton planter Captain John “Saucy Jack” Stoney built Braddock’s Point Plantation between 1793 and 1810. The original home was built facing the Calibogue Sound in order to capture the much-appreciated breeze off the water, and although it only stands 40-feet wide by 46-feet long today, it is thought that the home originally stood much larger and included a large wrap-around porch.
  • 9 mile(s) from Fort Howell, Hilton Head Island was captured by Union forces on November 7, 1861 after the Battle of Port Royal. The enormous amphibious invasion force, the largest until World War II, consisted of 77 ships (15 warships), 13,000 troops, 1,500 horses and tons of materials needed to establish the headquarters for the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Three years later Fort Howell was built by black Union Army troops to protect Mitchelville, the first town in the South developed specifically for the thousands of newly freed slaves. Fort Howell historic site is located near the intersection of Beach City Road and Dillon, right across from Hilton Head Airport. Admission is free, the site is open daily from dawn to dusk and it takes about 15-20 minutes to cover all the grounds.


  • 0.90 mile(s) from Frosty Frog Cafe, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner
  • 0.7 mile(s) from Wild Wing Cafe, Cafe, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,


  • 22 mile(s) from University of South Carolina, Hilton Head Campus. The Hilton Head Gateway campus in Bluffton is the newest location. Just a short drive from Hilton Head Island.

Nearby Cities

  • 38 mile(s) from Savannah, GA
  • 15 mile(s) from Bluffton
  • 42 mile(s) from Beaufort
  • 106 mile(s) from Charleston


  • Onsite, Rent a Bike & Explore, Hilton Head Island is perfect for bike riding. The hotel has an on-site bike and moped rental facility.
  • 4 mile(s) from Climb a Lighthouse. When the Sea Pines founder Charles Fraser built the Harbour Town Lighthouse in 1970, the skeptical public nicknamed it Fraser's Folly. With no significant maritime traffic and not rocky shoals, why build a lighthouse?
  • 2 mile(s) from Discover the Dolphins. Hilton Head dolphins are as friendly as the people here. They show up in all the populated places – the Atlantic beaches, the sounds, and the creeks. Their graceful, silvery bodies never fail to catch attention as they arc through the waters or pop up to grin at you with their smiling faces.
  • .5 mile(s) from Zipline. There are plenty of beaches and golf courses on Hilton Head Island, but there's only one zipline, perfect for those seeking an adrenaline rush.
  • .5 mile(s) from Boat to Savannah, A must do for any visitor to Hilton Head Island is a boat cruise to Savannah. Skip the hassles of driving, figuring out directions, and finding a parking space. Just sit back and enjoy a bucolic cruise, complete with picturesque Lowcountry waterscapes and wildlife, arriving at Savannah’s most central location, River Street. Cruises come with a multitude of amenities and tour options.
  • .5 mile(s) from Encounter an Alligator, If you want to see one of the area’s most intriguing inhabitants, the American alligator, you probably need to go only as far as the nearest fresh water or brackish lagoon.
  • .5 mile(s) from Horseback Riding, Back in the late 1800s, Lawton Plantation consisted of a main house and 50 cabins for freed slaves. The plantation house doubled as a schoolhouse. Nothing remains of the original plantation house, but the location serves as a wonderful launching point to visit the historic and scenic Sea Pines Forest Preserve on horseback. Lawton Stables’ 23-acre equestrian facility offers escorted trail rides through the tranquil Preserve, revealing Lowcountry scenery at the gentle pace of a horse.
  • .5 mile(s) from Sunset Dinner Cruise, this is one unique dining experience offering both beauty and romance – a sunset dinner cruise. Dine on first-class cuisine while the setting sun paints a beautiful panorama of the Lowcountry. Aboard the Spirit of Harbour Town, operated by Vagabond Cruises, every table has a waterfront view of the Carolina coast from massive bay windows. This is Hilton Head’s only on-board dinner cruise. The Lowcountry buffet, exquisitely prepared by Vagabond’s private chef.
  • .5 mile(s) from Fly High in a Jetpack, The future has arrived in the Lowcountry with two new ultimate water sports – jetpacking and hoverboarding. Yes, now you can soar over the waters of Broad Creek just like James Bond or Marty McFly. Your adventure begins at Shelter Cove Marina Harbour where you will board a six-passenger boat for a scenic ride out to your launch site. A certified master trainer will give you detailed lessons on how to maneuver the jetpack or hoverboard.
  • .5 mile(s) from Stand Up & Paddle, Old school surfers in Waikiki used outrigger canoe paddles while standing on their boards to surf the waves. This eventually led to the hands-free surfing style we know today. But now there is renewed interest in this South Seas sport, and stand-up paddle boarding is one of the fastest growing water activities in the world today. Safe, fun and easy, stand-up paddle boarding has taken Hilton Head Island by storm, particularly because it is great in flat water and low surf.
  • .5 mile(s) from Boat Rental, If you are looking for an exciting activity, rent a boat and be your own captain. This is an exciting way to combine adventure and sightseeing for the whole family or a group of friends. Circumnavigate Hilton Head or Pinckney Island; find a remote beach for a picnic; sunbathe and take a refreshing deep-water dip; go fishing; crossover to Daufuskie Island; visit the popular sandbar on the May River; watch a sunset or the Tuesday night fireworks.
  • 5 mile(s) from Hunting Island, The Island has three miles of walkable beaches, a historic lighthouse, and ample opportunities for bird watching, fishing, crabbing, or shrimping. Shady picnic tables, showers, dressing rooms make a day trip to the beach manageable. The Island’s marshes there were used for the Vietnam War scenes in the movie Forrest Gump. Jungle and water camp scenes for the movie G.I. Jane were also shot on Hunting Island.
  • 5 mile(s) from Shark Fishing, Arrive home with the ultimate fish story – I caught JAWS! Perhaps this is why shark fishing is one of the most popular excursions for both family fun and serious sports fishermen alike. The Lowcountry does not lack in its share of these large mouthed, sharp-toothed fish. Mako, tiger, bull, and hammerheads – they are here. So are the lemons, black tips, bonnetheads, and sharpnose. Some are so large you don’t want them in the boat with you.


  • 46 mile(s) from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport
  • 9.4 mile(s) from Hilton Head Airport
  • 42 mile(s) from Savannah Amtrak