Accepting Reservations For May 1st, 2020 Forward
Latest Reservation Info Covid-19 Updates.
We are no longer accepting reservations through April 30th, 2020.
Yesterday the Myrtle Beach City Council mandated that all reservations be cancelled through April 30th, and that no more take place.
From the Myrtle Beach City Council:
The Myrtle Beach City Council today ordered that all short-term accommodations shall not accept any new reservations beginning Saturday, March 28, and continuing through April 30, 2020. Council's action comes in response to community concerns about the ongoing coronavirus health emergency, with a goal of reducing the chances of transmission from outside areas. Council also ordered that all amusement parks, arcades, golf courses, miniature golf courses, moped and/or golf cart rentals and theaters (both movie and live performance) cease operation effective Friday, March 28.
Sandy Beach has relaxed our policies to allow all guests to transfer their reservations out for 365 days. Please note that additional costs may apply when altering dates.
Any guest that purchased the Vacation Protection Plan with their reservation can choose to move their reservation or cancel without any costs.
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.
Sandy Beach Resort is currently open and accepting reservations. Our staff is doubling down on efforts and adopting new procedures to maintain a healthy environment at our resort.
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:
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.