Towering high above the coastline near the heart of the Gulf Shores entertainment district of Gulf Place, the Lighthouse resort is known for its status as a local landmark.
As soon as you crest the Ala. Hwy. 59 bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway, the Lighthouse building is immediately visible in the distance, rising above the vast Gulf coastline and pristine white beaches. In fact, the resort boasts more than 600 feet of private, wide beach accessible from multiple boardwalks.
Lighthouse vacationers are treated to a variety of resort-style amenities, including two outdoor pools (one is a zero-entry pool), a light-infused indoor pool, a sauna, two hot tubs and an exercise room.
For your convenience, there is also an ice machine on site that accepts credit and debit cards, soda machines, three grills on the east side of the building, an overnight storage area for beach equipment, and an air compressor for inflatables.
Making this building even more special is that all master baths are outfitted with a Jacuzzi-style tub and separate shower. Balcony access is available form the master bedroom and the living room.
A particularly attractive feature of this building is its proximity to the center of Gulf Shores' beachfront entertainment area and site of numerous festivals and events—the newly revitalized Gulf Place Public Beach.
Gulf Place is situated at the end of Hwy. 59 where it dead ends into the Gulf. There is a small fee to park all day here, but there's no need since it's an easy walk from your accommodations at Lighthouse. At gulf Place, you'll find a public green space, walking paths, shade structures and restrooms.
The Lighthouse is a brief walk from numerous beach shops, convenience stores, a small market, restaurants, the iconic Pink Pony Pub and The Hangout Restaurant, beach volleyball nets and more.