hotels in Myrtle Beach
There are countless reasons why resorts like ours make better vacation rentals than any of the hotels in Myrtle Beach. The biggest reason is size – the accommodations you stay in when you stay with us won’t be just a bedroom with separate bath. When you stay with us you’ll have an entire suite including a separate kitchen that is fully equipped for preparing your meals plus you’ll have laundry facilities, too!
The second biggest reason why staying with us is better than staying in hotels in Myrtle Beach are the wealth of amenities that we offer. Hotels just don’t measure up in this department. We have an indoor/outdoor pool, a children’s interactive pool area, lazy river, exercise facility, high speed internet access, private Jacuzzis and whirlpool tubs, and stunning views from huge balconies.
While you’re here head on over to Barefoot Landing where something is always going on. You’ll have plenty of places to shop and dine. SummerFest at Barefoot Landing takes place through Saturday, August 31. A Strolling Boardwalk Parade will be held every Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. Boardwalk entertainers will be performing nightly. Fireworks will be held every Monday at 10:15 p.m. over the lake.
Take a drive to Surfside Beach and enjoy Sunday Serenades held at the gazebo in Fuller Park, Surfside Beach, every Sunday during August from 2 to 5 p.m.
A Beach Luau will also be held on the beach at Surfside Beach on Monday, August 12 from 6 to 10 p.m. The public is invited to attend this free event.
We look forward to having you be our guest us this summer!
"I have been to Myrtle a lot, this hotel was great!! The staff was very courteous and attentive. The room was clean and spacious, BEAUTIFUL view of the beach. "
Matt | NC
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Dragon Boat Festival
The 9th annual Dragon Boat Festival will take place on April 29, 2017, by Ground Zero, a nonprofit Christian youth group, in The Market Common, Myrtle Beach. Dragon Boats are long boats propelled by teams of rowers. This year’s festival is expected to draw over 5,000 festival attendees, according to a recent article in The… Read More »