5/5 Stars - This trip was more than we could have imagined. Our cruise was cancelled because of the coronavirus restrictions so our group of 14 was left with no plans. This house accommodated us perfectly. It was spacious, clean, has all the extras we needed and wanted.
Breathtaking Lagoon views on one side and Gulf on the other. The neighborhood was quiet and the tennis court, basketball court and pool were a hit with our group too. We didn't have a single complaint! Lindsey H.
5/5 Stars - We loved our vacation at the beach! The house was perfect for our needs. My husband & I took our 4 girls and their families - the 6 bedrooms/5 bathrooms were perfect for the whole family. Very convenient location. Short walk to the beach & pool. Short drive to town. We will definitely be coming back! Susanne P.
5/5 Stars - We had 7 adults and 4 children.....our bi-annual family reunion. Everyone loved this home. The living space was perfect....open and accommodating for many at one time. The bedrooms were super spacious and everyone loved having their very own bathroom.
The grandkids really enjoyed the bunk room and their absolute favorite was having a huge sandbox right in the back yard. They spend hours building sand castles while the adults enjoyed relaxing and having drinks on the super big deck.
We loved that the pool and the beach were such a quick and easy walk....and were so grateful that the owners had plenty of chairs/umbrellas and beach toys as we all flew there and couldn't really bring all of those things with us.
We were so grateful that the owners were super accommodating, responsive and provided such a wonderful clean and spacious place for us to celebrate together. Terri B.
5/5 Stars - Our family stayed at Laguna Lookout with 6 adults and 7 children. We loved the house. It was very roomy and was in a great location. The beach was great. No loud boats or sea doos and the people on the beach were not packed next to each other. It was a very family friendly environment. I would highly recommend this rental to large families. Nana
Unbelievable and memorable sunrise and sunset splendor every morning and evening!
Vehicle Pass is for the duration. -
Please add: $45 Processing - Damage Protection $59 You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay, $100 Pet Fee, $450 Cleaning Fee and 11% Taxes will apply. $545 Down Payment, $45 is non-refundable. 100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice. Must be 25 years old to rent. Before making a payment always call the owner at the number listed on our website, and never use instant money transfer services such as Western Union and MoneyGram.
No Smoking ~ No Parties/Events ~ No Exceptions
Gulf Shores Vacation Rental 3237 Sea Horse Circle Gulf Shores, AL 36542
6 Bedroom 5 Bath Sleeps 14-16
please mention... Joy & Laguna Lookout
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Gulf Shores Chamber of Commerce
The Gulf Shores Tourist Association was formed on the island in April 1966. For many years this organization operated with the focus of promoting tourism to the area. The association operated as a membership organization but also received funds from the City of Gulf Shores and the State of Alabama. The building, which housed the Tourist Association, was one of the first Welcome Centers in the State.
Lulu's at Homeport
Happy crazy summer! Itís vacation time again and we are having a ball here at LuLuís! The weather is great and LuLuís is beautiful. The beach is crawling with lots of sunburned children making castles in the sand. The live music every night is awesome. The menu is teaming with all of your favorites and some fabulous new items: grass-fed Alabama beef burgers, crispy golden deep fried shrimp and oysters, hand-made hushpuppies and onion rings, fabulous fish tacos and of course our famous gumbo and more!
Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge
The island was discovered by the Spanish in the 15th century, who named it Orinoco, meaning "a place to paddle." Development began in the 1970s, now there are more than 700 homes on the island.