The Emerald Isle is a great place to stay on Pensacola Beach. All rooms face the gulf and the ammenities are top notch. The entrance is a little tough to find, especially after dark, and if your accomodations are on the 17th floor, be sure to ask for the elevator code...access to the top floor is restricted. We found the code in the welcome package afterwards, but there was no indication as to what it was and we played phone tag with management for a while before someone finally advised us. Other than that, we had no complaints whatsoever.
Traveller from St. Louis, MO
Nestled on the beach, this Pensacola Beach condo is within a 15-minute walk of Portofino Boardwalk and Pensacola Beach Gulf …More
"Great family resort with lots to do for everyone!"
The resort is packed with activities for everyone in the family. With a private pool for each tower, the indoor lap pool, the lagoon type outdoor pool, and the proximity to the bay and the beach there is something for everyone. We were traveling with 3 teenagers and with the wide range of activities they were never bored! The condo where we stayed was spacious, clean and comfortable.
Traveller from Baton Rouge, LA
Overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, this waterfront Pensacola Beach resort is less than 10 miles from Gulf Islands National …More
We did not sleep due to the mattress needing to be replaced. In other words we slept in a hole in the middle of mattress. The internet and cable (mediacom) is terrible. We did call and we were told to use internet of room 105 Should not have to call in situations like this. My husband works for govt and needed to be able to send emails etc.
Traveller from Mobile
Nestled on the beach, this Pensacola Beach condo is 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Portofino Boardwalk and 2.8 mi (4.6 km) from …More
Pensacola Beach is an unincorporated community on Santa Rosa Island, part of a 150-mile stretch of barrier islands running from Mississippi to Florida. Downtown Pensacola is 11 miles away and accessible via bridges. A boardwalk lines the landward side, along Casino Beach. Fort Pickens, built in 1834, is at the western tip of the island, about 6 miles away.