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Sandestin, Florida
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Combine world-class golf courses with boutique accommodations, and you’ve got the ideal getaway for active travelers, which is exactly what the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, on Florida’s Emerald Coast, had in mind when it recently unveiled its new property, LeCiel hotel, a freshly renovated
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Sandestin, Florida
Jack Gardner Photography
retreat overlooking Choctawhatchee Bay. True to its name — French for “the sky” — LeCiel welcomes guests into a soothing setting with rooms and suites that are awash in serene colors, furnished with lush linens and located mere steps from sugar-sand beaches and a luxury spa. Thanks to more than $2 million in upgrades, the hotel is the latest star at a resort already famed for its four championship golf courses, the most exclusive of which is Burnt Pine Golf Club, a bayside layout designed by acclaimed architect Rees Jones. Starting this month, special stay-and-play packages ($160 per person) come with tee times at Burnt Pine and Raven golf clubs and lodging at either LeCiel or one of three other hotels at the resort. Mention American Way to receive free golf-club rentals during your stay.

www.hotelleciel.com