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Wyndham SeaWatch Plantation

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We enjoyed our stay at the Wyndham Seawatch plantation, it was close to the baseball fields we were going to. We do reccommend more absorbant kitchen towels, a swifter or microfiber mop for tile floors so no one slips, better water pressure in the showers, and you need to fix that awful noise the plumbing makes when it is being used in the 2nd bathroom. Would be nice to have an area where you can grill. The beach was beautiful, the entertainment and lively atmosphere by the pools was good, however the main pool needs better filtration at times it looked like an oil slick with all of the suntan lotion on the top layer (not very inviting).

To begin with, the manager of the resort, is unprofessional and unorganized. After forcing us to move from our original beachfront room to a far inferior room (located off the beach, facing a trailer park), I spoke to the manager for fifteen minutes on the phone about the resort's lack of professionalism. The manager couldn't care less. Typically, when a resort makes a mistake in booking, they compensate you in some way. Not here! In fact, according to the manager, it was our fault that we were having to move because we booked through this website....Not sure how that makes sense since this resort willingly does business through this website... More could be written, but the take-home here is that if you choose to pay the $200 a night to stay here, please know that you may have to pack up all your things and move to another room in the middle of your trip (according to the manager, our group, along with 10 other families that day were getting moved - this evidently happens quite frequently). And don't expect to hear an apology from management. If you're not a time-share owner here, you're considered a second-class citizen. They'll move you to make room for the important people. But hey, if you don't mind taking the risk, go for it. There are many other places you can go on a $200/night budget that won't make you move rooms in the middle of your trip, are closer to attractions, and are not located next to a trailer park. If you stay here, good luck!

The staff were very friendly. The resort itself was in a nice location. It was right on the ocean so there was no need to bring a bag or purse. Just a short walk with your towel and sunscreen and you are there. The room had good points and bad. Good:it was clean and cool. Since it was over 100 degrees while we were there, it was nice to escape the heat.Loved having a washer and dryer in our room! We had a complete kitchen as well but since we spent most of the time away from the hotel we didn't use it. If you plan on just spending time on the ocean then I suggest you go to the store and save some money. Cook your meals in your own room. The full size appliance were fairly new and there was every possible kitchen tool you would need, including dishes. If you have smaller children the lazy river provides hours of fun. There are two, one at the north and the other south tower. The north lazy river is much nicer. My daughter is 13 and she loved it! Bad: be specific when you book your room. My wife wanted "ocean front" so we could watch the sun rise from our room but instead we got an "ocean view" which means you have to walk out on your balcony and lean to the left or right (depending on which side of the hotel your room is on) to see the ocean! Our views consisted of another hotel and the pond and entrance at the back of the hotel. (We got a corner room, not our idea) Also, while we were there, many elevators were out of order. One day it might be two not working and the next it might be one and then the next three! Also... be careful of huge water puddles! We took the stairs down (due to elevators not working) and my wife hit her head on the last set of stairs trying to walk around a huge puddle! She is fine now but it left a huge goose egg on her head! The staff were very nice about it and got right to fixing the elevators and cleaning up the puddle. Also, for the price of the room we would have liked to had a complimentary breakfast. The in-house restaurant was expensive.Nine dollars a person even children for the breakfast buffet. Despite the bad points, it was a nice place to stay.

151 Sea Watch Dr. Myrtle Beach SC

Hotel highlights

  • 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.


Dining

This condominium resort has a restaurant that's perfect for a leisurely bite to eat.


Rooms

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.


Property features

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.

Room options

Standard Condo, 1 Bedroom, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Standard Condo, 2 Bedrooms, Non Smoking

Queen 1 | Sleeps 6

Standard Condo, 3 Bedrooms, Non Smoking, Kitchen

King 2 | Sleeps 8

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

71% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 578 reviews