When traveling with friends or family sometimes you find a resort that is truly a gem. What I found this weekend is not just a gem, but an Emerald. The Emerald Grande in Destin Florida. Nothing beats the beach in the summer, especially when it is the Emerald Coast. Living in the New Orleans area I have spent my fair share of time at the Emerald Coast for many reasons: Affordability, proximity, beautiful beaches and of course, great memories. But when I pulled up to the Emerald Grande I knew this would be a vacation I would remember, forever!
Why? I’m sorry, did you see that? That is a private beach. Yup, that’s the Emerald Grande right behind their beautiful private beach. Can you hear that beach chair calling your name? The Emerald Grande has a boat shuttle that takes you to their private beach with full service benefits. Need to use the bathroom, order a drink or have to run back to the hotel? The resort can provide that, even if you are at their private beach.
The Emerald Grande isn’t just about the beach? The resort provides all necessary amenities needed for your next upcoming vacation, plus a full array of extra amenities like gift shop, reception & convention center, airport shuttles and full concierge. From their indoor & outdoor pools, spas & saunas, and full restaurants inside the resort you will will be spoiled from the 1st few minutes you check-in until your last day at the emerald Grande.
Dinner? With the ease and convenience of a simple elevator ride, you and your family can enjoy HarborWalk Village and enjoy a full array of restaurants or quick service locations.
Have children? Enjoy kid zone which features train rides, bungee trampolines, Aqua Spheres and more!
New for 2013 includes:
HarborWalk Pedicabs for FREE, the Emerald Coast’s Longest Zip Line, Rock Climbing and Free Fall, Water Trampolines and much more.
Thank you to Brandfluential & The Emerald Grande/HaborWalk Village for the opportunity to visit, learn & share more about the beautiful Emerald Grande. Stay tune for more posts regarding my experience at the Emerald Grande and HarborWalk Village.
What is your favorite beach memory?