resort in Myrtle Beach
Even though Labor Day weekend is upon us our resort in Myrtle Beach is still accepting reservations and will continue to throughout the end of the year and beyond. If you’ve never taken a vacation to this area in autumn you’re missing out – especially if you’re a golfer. The golf courses around the Grand Strand number over 100 and are beautiful to play during the autumn months.
When you stay in our comfortable resort in Myrtle Beach you’ll find you’re in close proximity to a wealth of entertainment and dining venues. More than 2,000 eateries are available to you here – from casual to four star fine dining. There are many shopping venues from malls to outlets and specialty shops. You’re just going to love it!
The Dirty Myrtle Mud Run will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday, August 31 at Waterbridge, a new planned, gated, residential community in Carolina Forest. The race takes you through a three mile course with nearly 20 obstacles including mud pits, ditch crawl, hills and lots of fun. Registration is open to individuals, teams and kids for the kids course. The kids course is a one-mile track. Stick around for food, drinks and live music at the finish line.
On Saturday, August 31 from 4 – 7 p.m. the House of Blues will be holding Brews, Blues & BBQ on the Deck with happy hour specials 4-7 p.m. Draft beer tasting and BBQ vendors.
Don’t miss the Labor Day Weekend Fireworks Extravaganza on Saturday, August 31 starting at 10 p.m. Say goodbye to summer with a spectacular fireworks extravaganza over Lake Broadway brought to you by our friends at Helicopter Adventures™.
"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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