Accepting New Reservations!
Latest Info & FAQs Re-Opening Updates
Currently the Myrtle Beach City Government emergency order asks that we not accept any reservations prior to May 14th, 2020. Should the emergency order change we'll be sure to update here, and notify any existing reservations. We've relaxed our reservation policies, see below, to allow our guests to book with confidence when the time is right.
Myrtle Beach City Government has reopened the beaches along the Grand Strand. Public accesses are open along with public parking.
Social distancing measures are required and will be enforced by beach patrol. We ask that everyone social distance so all can safely enjoy the beach.
We've relaxed our reservation policies for existing reservations and those made through May 31st, 2020 for those without the travel protection plan, to transfer to a later date this calendar year should they need to reschedule for any reason. We strongly recommend our Travel Protection Plan.
Our Travel Protection Plan is only $29 and covers a full refund for deposits made. This will give you the flexibility to cancel at any time, change dates at any time and even depart early if the need arises.
You'll see the option to opt in for the Travel Protection Plan at check out, and if you need to reschedule your trip just contact us. We hope providing this flexibility allows you to confidently make the most of this spring and summer, and plan on some beach time!
We pride ourselves on a clean and beautiful resort experience. Our cleaning standards include commercial grade laundry facilities for all bedding, and have added new measures to disinfect all common areas regularly.
Sandy Beach is taking special steps to provide sanitized and clean condo’s for all of its guests to enjoy. We will be instituting new cleaning products along with taking extra time in each unit so that every guest has the peace of mind that their unit is clean and safe.
Here's some FAQs to hopefully answer questions many have during this tough period. Stay safe and know that our #1 priority is the well being and happiness of our guests. Should we need to make changes to keep guests safe, we will take all necessary steps and follow government guidelines.
Yes. The beaches are currently open and Myrtle Beach local law enforcement is currently following Gov. Henry McMaster's orders to disperse crowds along the beach. The orders ask beach goers to responsibly enjoy the beach and practice social distancing.
Please refer to The Myrtle Beach Chamber for the latest updates in closings for Myrtle Beach Attractions at:
The state of South Carolina has banned all dine-in service. Curb-side pickup, take out and delivery is still taking place at many of Myrtle Beach's favorite restaurants.
Outside Dining is now an option along with occupancy limits during phase 2 of re-opening, so some restaurants may now also be offering outside seating while following social distancing guidelines.
We'll do our best to keep this page up to date with the latest information, but for comprehensive information on Myrtle Beach and the Covid-19 response in Myrtle Beach please visit: