Enjoy spectacular views from the private balcony from your 3rd floor unit at Surfside Resort ! Unit 309 has beautifully upgraded kitchen and bathrooms which include granite counter tops and custom tile work and are sure to leave a lasting impression. This elegantly decorated condo features 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a king sized bed in the master bedroom, a full bed in the guest bedroom, and a sleeper sofa in the living room. This unit sleeps 6! There is a washer and dryer in the unit for your convenience. Grab a bite or a drink at the Tiki Hut near the pool, or follow the sky bridge that connects you directly from the pool area to the beautiful sugar white sand beach! Come check out why Surfside Resort #309 is perfect for your next vacation!
Fun Pass; Destin Traveler: As a gift to you from, FREE activities are included every day of your stay! Enjoy one free admission each day to some of the area's most popular attractions: Baytowne Adventure Zone, Sea Blaster's Snorkeling, Sea Blaster's Dolphin Cruise, and Unlimited DVD Rentals! Snorkeling, Dolphin Cruise & Baytowne available Mar-Oct. Golf is available from November through February on nearby courses.
*SNOWBIRD / 55+ RENTAL* Snowbird Season is November through February on a monthly basis. The monthly rate for Nov- Jan is $1100 per month + taxes/fees. February only is available at a premium, but Jan & Feb can be reserved together for the standard rate. Snowbird Rentals can be booked online. The Fun Pass is not available on monthly rentals.
Grand Boulevard Town Center is a pedestrian-friendly, shopping and dining complex just off Emerald Coast Parkway, convenient to both SanDestin and Miramar Beach. For the high-end shopper, the center offers everything from Fusion Art Glass Gallery to Brooks Brothers Country Club. A number of boutiques, such as Hello, Sunshine and Magnolia House, carry fare you can't find anywhere else. Dining options include Mitchell's Fish Market, P. F. Chang's China Bistro, and Cantina Laredo Gourmet Mexican Food. In 2013, Walton County’s first movie theater opened at Grand Boulevard’s Town Center – the state-of-the-art Boulevard 10 Movie Theater.