Wyndham SeaWatch Plantation3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
If i could rate less i would! We were at the tiki bar with the kids and watched someone throw something off the balcony! So an hour or two later were still at the pool and a smarty pants security guard comes up starts asking if my son was wearing a red shirt... well yes he was just like 10 other boys. Then she starts blaming my son for throwing stuff off the balcony. I tried to explain we watch it get thrown while we were at the tiki bar and she says yea right.... then she says oh ur room has 1 warning oh make that 2 and then throws a soda can at me! She is lucky i didn't call 911 and have arrested for assault. Plus not obly that they were already mad because at 230 am we woke up with bedbugs and had to strip the beds. Then my sons birthday party was today and had to deal with an exterminator for 4 hours. Im a wyndham employee and owner this is unacceptable! I will stay at ocean blvd or cherry grove from now on!
A great experience. Friendly staff. We've been here three years and always enjoy our breakfasts with Marvin. Great guy with a good personality. Clean rooms with great views to the ocean. Definitely would stay here again. It's like a home away from home.
This resort is tucked away in a special part of Myrtle Beach. Jam packed with all sorts of activites for the children. It has a lot of pools and jacuzzi's. The restaurants in the resort is top notched! This resort is in walking distance of the Apache Pier its the longest wooden pier on the east coast.
Had an excellent vacation and Marvin the Chef was the perfect way to start out our day!!!! Great place to stay!!! We will definitely be back and look forward to it!!! Our family truly had a terrific experience at the resort!!
First time in Myrtle Beach. Brought our family of 5 here with three kids age 3,9,and 12. Stayed in the North Tower. Our room was perfect and clean. Our view was incredible. All of the staff was welcoming and friendly. Maid service was great. Loved the DJ by the pool and the games/contests for the kids. Beach was clean, breakfast was delicious. We really enjoyed this location too being a little off on its own with a gated entrance. Would definitely recommend this place for families!
This a more of one of the more hotel-like locations. The only thing I wished they would do would be to out another toilet (there are two sinks in two separate rooms). We have been here before, there is a lot more shopping close by (Tanger Outlet by US 17) and it is easier to access mall. Love that the beach is right there, just have to go through pool area and there is also a little tiki bar there now too.
We stayed here as part of a family vacation with family members from CA, MD and PA. We all met up here from 5/30-6/3/17. We loved this place! Everyone was nice and helpful. Anyone we passed in the hallways, met up with in the elevators, etc always said hello how are you folks today. They seemed genuinely interested in how we were and made small talk. Now mind you this place is HUGE. There are several different buildings for the rooms and it can be somewhat confusing to get around until you get the hang of it. We had two, two-bedroom units on the 16th floor of the South Tower. Man, what a view!!! It was absolutely beautiful!! Room-wise I have absolutely NO complaints at all. Well they never give you enough condiments for the coffee. Like the little sugar packets they give you are only half full LOL. Why is that Wyndham?? But that's minor. Plus the little coffee shop has Starbucks! There's everything you need in the room as far as towels, TP, etc. But here's one issue with that...if they give you stuff to cook in the oven why don't you get pot holders?? How can you cook in the oven without them? We made bacon in there and had to use the kitchen towels to take the pan out. That isn't very safe or easy to accomplish. So please Wyndham, don't encourage injuries by not putting pot holders in the kitchens! Also because our family had 2 units we sometimes would bring items to the other room, i.e. towels coffee cups etc. You should include an inventory in the room of how many items you have so that you know each unit gets them back. That way you won't get charged for items that might have inadvertently ended up in the other unit. So moving on...we went down to the Tiki bar one day and had a couple of drinks. I just found it odd that they don't like to give you cups of water. Like literally the girl acted like I was asking for a million dollars LOL. I mean I get it I guess...you're trying to make money but if people are there SPENDING money I would think it wouldn't kill you to give them a water. They want you to purchase bottled water. Ok. I was a little put off by that but not that big of a deal. The pool areas are really nice and there were always plenty of chairs available. I honestly like that you can't save chairs for longer than 30 minutes. I went to Puerto Vallarta last month and people would go down at 5am to put their stuff on a chair and then spend maybe an hour in it all day! It was so frustrating. It was not a problem here at all. You can also get chairs with umbrellas down on the beach but we didn't do that while we were there. But why no restrooms that are easily accessible?? You have to literally go into the buildings and up to get to a restroom. The food options are ok. They have a cafe on site that serves a buffet breakfast starting at 7am that's actually really good. They have an omelette bar and make waffles as well. But here is where our only real issue was. When we walked in we didn't really know how it worked. So we got in the line where we saw other people and followed them in. So we got food and my sister went out on the patio and saved us a table. We figured they probably come by for you to pay since there was not a person in sight where you enter, except the people in line. Apparently while my sister was sitting at the table, the cashier lady walked up and said to her very rudely, "Did you pay me!?" My sister was like...ummm no. I didn't know how it worked. I mean she could have said something like "I'm sorry, but you have to pay ahead of time." So my mom had walked out at this point and just handed her her debit card and told her to put all of us on the card. The waitress was so so very apologetic and nice!! She said that it happens all the time because sometimes there's no one there at the front. After I walked out I did see a sign, but I think the people must have been blocking in when we were walking in. The waitresses name was Daneal (sorry for the botched spelling lol). Sweetest girl we met the entire time, so thank you for that! Oh and you can also order from Seaside Pizza which operates on site. They had some bomb hot wings and pizza!! Order the wings!! Ok I think this is a good idea of our trip. Here are just a few suggestions: 1. Have better signage for things. The signs aren't very helpful. 2. Put restrooms by the pool areas!! This is HUGE! Unless you want people peeing in the pool (and no I didn't pee in the pool). 3. Don't treat people like criminals if they don't know how the bfast buffet works! 4. Put pot holders in the rooms. 5. Give paying customers water at the bar. Not like the drinks are cheap anyway. And at least tell them nicely that you don't give out water. Saying "I'll do it this one time" with an attitude really put me off buying any more drinks that day.
The rooms need to be updated. Called maintenance twice, once to put the knob on the shower faucet (it was broken and sitting on back of toilet), next to open safe. Could have called 2 more times but didnt want to spend my vacation with the maintenance people. If you learn to flip the switch in the bathroom just right, you can get both lights to come one. We were trying to use the stove only to discover that only one eye was actually plugged in. You have to go physically in the laundry room and close the door before you can actually open either washer or dryer. The cleaning crew was hit or miss. Showed up one day at 4:45 in the afternoon. I refused service so they asked me to sign a paper saying that, which I didnt. Even the cable TV is still Analog. I dont believe I will stay there again.
We had a wonderful experience at Seawatch this was our 3rd year here. Marvin is very friendly during breakfast and excellent start to the day. All of the staff is very friendly and the rooms that we have had are ocean view clean and well maintained. Excellent vacation Thank you Seawatch.
Marvin works so hard everyday keeping a Great attitude cooking your breakfast! His waffles looks beautiful and omelette flipping skills are baller!! He deserves some appreciation!! The breakfast every morning is a great way to start the day before headed to the beach.
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- 5 outdoor pools and 2 indoor pools
Located within a leisurely stroll of Arcadian Shores Golf Club, Wyndham SeaWatch Plantation is within a few miles (5 km) of The Carolina Opry. This 240-room, 3.5-star condo resort has 2 indoor and 5 outdoor pools, along with a restaurant. It's also close to Dunes Golf and Beach Club and Carolina Vineyard Winery.
This condominium resort has a restaurant that's perfect for a leisurely bite to eat.
The 240 air-conditioned condos feature kitchenettes and balconies. LCD TVs come with cable channels, and WiFi keeps guests connected. Coffee makers, free local calls, and ironing boards are other standard amenities. Limited housekeeping is available.
Guests of Wyndham SeaWatch Plantation have access to 2 indoor pools, 5 outdoor pools, and a children's pool. A stay here includes free parking. Other amenities at this family-friendly condominium resort include a health club, a spa tub, and free WiFi in public areas.
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71% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 555 reviews