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Hotel Options in Myrtle Beach

    Hilton Grand Vacations Club Ocean Enclave Myrtle Beach

    Hilton Grand Vacations Club Ocean Enclave Myrtle Beach

    Myrtle Beach, SC
    The price is $127 per night from Feb 26 to Feb 27
    per night
    Feb 26 - Feb 27
    4.8/5 Exceptional! (1,464 reviews)
    Dunes Village Resort

    Dunes Village Resort

    5200 North Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC, 29577-2539
    The price is $76 per night from Feb 5 to Feb 6
    per night
    Feb 5 - Feb 6
    4.1/5 Very Good! (2,005 reviews)
    Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort

    Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort

    803 S Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC, 29577-4482
    The price is $53 per night from Feb 19 to Feb 20
    per night
    Feb 19 - Feb 20
    3.6/5 Good! (1,762 reviews)

Expect gorgeous beaches and glamorous restaurants at Myrtle Beach resort hotels

Set along South Carolina’s Atlantic Coast, Myrtle Beach offers more than 60 miles of pristine beaches and some of the world’s finest golf courses. Named after the southern wax myrtle (a local plant in the area) Myrtle Beach resorts welcome around 17 million visitors each year.

About Myrtle Beach resort hotels

Packed with funfair rides, Myrtle Beach resorts are great for family vacations. A typical Myrtle Beach hotel offers outdoor pools, views of the Atlantic Ocean, and on-site dining. Many hotels in Myrtle Beach resorts also provide extras, such as hot tubs, indoor pools and children’s play areas.

Myrtle Beach resort hotels are close to one of the biggest water park along the Grand Strand: the Myrtle Waves. This outdoor waterpark houses more than 30 rides and slides, along with lazy rivers and splash areas for the youngest of visitors.


The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is lined with designer clothing stores, boutique shops and market stalls, all set against a quaint, small-town backdrop. To get everything you need under one roof, head to the Coastal Grand Mall along Myrtle Beach’s oceanfront.

Tourist attractions

Towards the end of Myrtle Beach, you’ll find plenty of family-friendly attractions, such as the Myrtle Beach Resort SkyWheel, the “Nightmare Haunted House”, and Myrtle Beach Resort Zipline Adventures. With so much for families, the Myrtle Beach Resort is particularly popular during the summer. Hotels and inns can fill up very quickly during the high season, so book early if you want to stay for a long summer break. All these attractions and more are just a short walk from your Myrtle Beach hotel.


Book a Myrtle Beach hotel in June and you could be enjoying the live music and entertainment offered by Fusion Fest MB, a themed festival with performances from chart-topping recording artists and DJ sets from internationally-renowned DJs. Between June and September, Summerfest draws comes to town, attracting some of the best musical acts and theatrical performances from around the world.

Getting around

Many tourist attractions are just a short stroll from your Myrtle Beach hotel. To travel further afield, Myrtle Beach resorts operate regular bus services and there are always cabs on hand. For extra freedom, rent a scooter or moped.