The Gulf Shores Plantation is a 524 unit complex that has separate, low-density condo buildings throughout the resort and offers a family-friendly gated neighborhood. Gulf Shores Plantation 1133 is a privately owned, cozy, 735 square foot condo and includes a modern, open living area that features a queen sleeper sofa and a mounted television, plus access to the private balcony. The kitchen is fully-equipped and includes seating for three at the breakfast counter and a dining area table that seats four comfortably. The primary bedroom features a queen size bed, wall-mounted television and a private bathroom with a step-in shower. The 2nd bedroom offers two full size beds, and a wall-mounted television. The shared 2nd bathroom features a tub and shower combo. Gulf Shores Plantation 1133 has access to the new indoor pool, hot tub, exercise room and sauna located in Building 6. For convenience, a coin-operated laundry facility is on-site in each building of the resort.
Gulf Shores Plantation offers a wide variety of resort amenities, such as multiple outdoor swimming pools, fun sports courts like basketball, sand volleyball, and tennis courts. Plus, you can enjoy family games and activities such as shuffleboard, a putting green, a horseshoe throwing pit and a barbecue area. Soak your cares away in the sauna or outdoor hot tub at the end of a long beach day. This resort also offers an on-site cafe and is right next door to the award winning Kiva Dunes golf course!
Gulf Shores Plantation is located in one of the most peaceful areas of the island, where locals and visitors alike can enjoy a laid-back atmosphere and slower pace of living. The resort is located just a few miles away from The Beach Club where you can pamper yourself at the The Beach Club Spa & Salon or enjoy a meal at Coast Restaurant. Just down the road you can enjoy natural areas like Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge, which features several walking trails where you can view local wildlife, native coastal plants, and even endangered species like the Alabama Beach Mouse, the Kemp’s Ridley loggerhead and other sea turtles. The refuge is known as a popular bird watching spot, especially during migratory season. Historic Fort Morgan is situated at the terminus point of Fort Morgan Road and offers visitors a chance to learn about many key historic points, including the fort’s important role in the 1864 Battle of Mobile Bay. Explore the fort, walk its natural areas, enjoy a picnic on the grounds, visit their gift shop and on-site museum, play on the beaches and take advantage of the boat launch if you wish. You can even hop a ferry ride on the Mobile Bay Ferry to visit to nearby Dauphin Island and the Dauphin Island Sea Lab.
Primary Bedroom - 1 Queen
2nd Bedroom - 2 Full
Living Area - 1 Queen Sleeper Sofa
Due to limited parking, a 2 car limit is strictly enforced in this gated property. Monthly reservations are available November 1st to March 1st. Non-Smoking.