Myrtle Beach hotels Archive

Sea Crest Resort

When you are ready to plan your 2013 vacation, one resort that should be at the top of your list is the Sea Crest Resort Myrtle Beach. It offers the total package for any family looking to maximize their fun (and for the parents looking to maximize their travel dollars).

If you’re looking for peace of mind in booking a vacation package that will meet everyone’s needs – parents, teenagers, young children – the Sea Crest Resort Myrtle Beach has been the location of choice for over 20 years. With a great crew of employees looking out for your satisfaction every minute of your stay, your only headache will be which amenities to choose from. Continue reading “Sea Crest Resort” »

Embassy Suites Kingston Plantation Hotel

This oceanfront hotel sits on 145 landscaped acres located on a mile of beach, 12 miles from the airport. Each two-room suite is fully equipped with two televisions, a refrigerator, microwave and coffeemaker. Amenities include complimentary breakfast, a gift shop, a fitness center and, indoor and outdoor pools. Continue reading “Embassy Suites Kingston Plantation Hotel” »

Bay Watch Hotel

A blue-and-aqua lobby with tan marble floor exemplifies this condominium resort’s informal, contemporary style. Families and couples seeking the comforts and conveniences of spacious units with fully equipped kitchens–and happy with North Myrtle Beach’s distance from Myrtle Beach’s traffic–come here for relaxed holidays.

Amenity highlights:

A palm-lined, 180-yard-wide outdoor pool deck extending along the resort’s oceanfront includes a 150-foot lazy river, three pools, two toddlers’ pools, and four four-person spa tubs. Each of the resort’s three towers contains indoor water attractions. Together they comprise a 150-foot lazy river, two pools, two toddlers’ pools, two 16-person spa tubs, and a six-person spa tub. A wooden stairway in front of each tower leads from pool deck to beach. Continue reading “Bay Watch Hotel” »

Monterey Bay Suites Hotel

The hotel draws families seeking the spaciousness of suites, a variety of water attractions, direct beach access, and a casual ambience. Guests age 20 and younger are not permitted unless accompanied by an adult. Guests ages 21-25 must produce a credit card in their own name at check-in.

Amenity highlights:

Inside a pavilion whose glass front is removed in summer are a 40-by-20-foot pool, a 140-foot lazy river, a 35-by-6-foot children’s pool, and an eight-person spa tub. Adjacent to the complex is a seasonal outdoor pool measuring 50 by 15 feet and a four-person spa tub. On the hotel’s 10th floor, an open sundeck furnished with lounge chairs and fringed by gardens offers a seasonal, 35-by-15-foot pool and an eight-person spa tub. Continue reading “Monterey Bay Suites Hotel” »

Landmark Resort Hotel

Ceiling fans, rattan furnishings, and palm trees give an island feel to the lobby, which has two-story windows facing busy Ocean Boulevard. Located on the south end of Myrtle Beach, this 15-story hotel is within three miles of Broadway at the Beach and the convention center.


Family-friendly amenities include large indoor and outdoor water complexes, a game room, and supervised children’s activities (fees may apply). Guests also enjoy a fitness center and sauna. A casual pub serves lunch and dinner, an American restaurant serves daily breakfast, and snacks and ice cream are available poolside. The hotel provides complimentary airport shuttle service upon request, and self parking is complimentary. Continue reading “Landmark Resort Hotel” »

Courtyard by Marriott Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing Hotel

Shoppers will find three malls, including the Tanger Outlet Mall, within a mile of this hotel and access to the beach is just half a mile away. Guestrooms offer complimentary wireless Internet access along with cable TV with premium channels and pay movies. Hotel amenities include an indoor pool and spa tub, a fitness center, business center and guest laundry facilities. Continue reading “Courtyard by Marriott Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing Hotel” »

Radisson Plaza Hotel Myrtle Beach

A skylighted, marble-floored lobby with Art Deco accents heralds the hotel’s contemporary style. Its proximity to the Myrtle Beach Convention Center attracts business travelers, but leisure guests enjoy complimentary shuttle service to Broadway At the Beach, Myrtle Beach’s signature 23-acre, open-air shopping, dining, and entertainment center a half-mile away; to the beach a half-mile away; to Coastal Grand mall 4.5 miles away; and from and to the airport.

Amenity highlights:

Flanked by sundecks furnished with lounge chairs, a third-floor solarium contains a 35-by-25-foot swimming pool and a four-person spa tub. A mirrored-wall fitness center offers a Universal gym and cardio machines equipped with small televisions and headsets. A business-center computer provides high-speed Internet access. Continue reading “Radisson Plaza Hotel Myrtle Beach” »

Litchfield Plantation Hotel

Guests arrive at the inn via Avenue of the Live Oaks, a beautiful road shaded by majestic, 250-year-old, moss-draped oaks. Rice fields, marshes, and ponds dot the lush landscape. At the end of the road is an all-white antebellum mansion, built in the 1750s. Evening cordials and cocktails are served in the nearby Carriage House.

Insider tip:

One former owner of the mansion was Dr. Henry Massingberd Tucker (1831-1904). When he returned from late-night calls, Tucker would ring the bell at the front gate, deposit his horses at the carriage house, then head to the mansion. Some say he can still be seen late at night, walking from the carriage house to his room. Continue reading “Litchfield Plantation Hotel” »

Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort

Spread over 4,300 acres, the resort never feels crowded even in the busiest seasons. While golf and tennis are the principal appeals, vacationers interested in sunbathing, the beach, and water attractions also come for relaxing, tranquil holidays.

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Kingston Plantation Condos Hotel

Guests follow a winding drive framed by gardens, pine trees, and lakes to check in at the Embassy Suites hotel. From there, they proceed to accommodations located in two- and three-story buildings spread throughout the 145-acre oceanfront resort.

Amenity highlights: The Sports and Health Club includes an indoor lap pool, an outdoor lap pool, an aerobics studios, and tennis and racquetball courts (surcharge). The seasonal SPLASH! pool complex has water spouts, slides, jet sprays, and a lazy river. Dining options include a casual café, a steakhouse, a Starbucks coffee bar, and a seasonal poolside bar. Complimentary shuttle service is provided upon request to the Arcadian Shores Golf Club, a half-mile away.

Insider tip: Located 27 miles from the resort, the 9,000-acre Brookgreen Gardens is a National Historic Landmark and home to the Huntington Sculpture Garden, the Center for American Sculpture, and the Lowcountry History and Wildlife Preserve. Admission is charged, and complimentary tours are available. Continue reading “Kingston Plantation Condos Hotel” »