Emerald Palace | Crystal Beach Vacation Rental

Welcome to Emerald Palace. This gulf view Crystal Beach vacation rental is generous home of luxury and convenience. 4600 square feet, with an additional 1500 square foot covered porch, this magnificent home comfortably sleeps 20 between seven beautiful bedrooms. These include two master suites, two king suites, two double queen suites, and a bunk room perfect for children at play. Emerald Palace boasts simultaneous views of the stunning Emerald Coast from the front of the property and a lakefront view from the back of the property. The patio area surrounding the property’s expansive pool is perfect for relaxation and family fun. Dine al fresco with plenty of lounge chairs and accompanying dining table and grills. The interior of the home boasts beautifully design and furnishings along with state of the art appliances for all of the conveniences one might expect from a palace on the beach. Located on Scenic Highway 98, within a short distance of restaurants, shopping, and entertainment, Emerald Palace is the perfect Destin vacation rental for families or friends looking to enjoy a luxurious, fun filled stay on the beach. Experience life on the Emerald Coast in a vacation rental home that is nothing less than a palace. Book this vacation rental in Crystal Beach today, and bring your family the vacation of their dreams!

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