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Why Go to Myrtle Beach

The clean beaches are the main draw in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, but there's more to this vacation hot spot than its 60 miles of brown sand. One of the most popular East Coast family vacation destinations, Myrtle Beach boasts amusement parks that offer everything from water slides to roller coasters to race tracks. While the shopaholics of the family spend time at the outlet malls, golfers of all skill levels can flock to one of the area's more than 100 courses, and then the whole family can enjoy pirate or medieval-inspired revues during dinner. When you're not on the beach, attractions like Ripley's Aquarium and the Broadway Grand Prix can entertain family members of all ages. Plus, there's a minor league baseball team for sports lovers. In short, Myrtle Beach is the ideal destination for budget-minded families looking for a multitude of entertainment options without spending a fortune. 

 

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The U.S. News & World Report travel rankings are based on analysis of expert and user opinions.

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Best Things To Do in Myrtle Beach

One of the reasons families love Myrtle Beach is because of the range of activities by the shore. Its nutmeg-colored sand is compact enough to bike on, but the waters are also pleasant (and clear enough) for a little snorkeling or scuba diving at certain points. Other popular activities include more than 100 golf courses, as well as putt-putt courses for the smallest golf pros; amusement parks, such as the Family Kingdom Amusement Park, located just a short drive from the beach; and live evening entertainment like traveler favorites Alabama Theatre and the Carolina Opry.

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Best Months to Visit

The best time to visit Myrtle Beach is from June to August when the weather is just right for enjoying the beach. You can expect some afternoon rain showers during this time of year (especially July), and keep in mind that the region's hurricane season will last from June through November. You'll also experience some warm temperatures and slightly cheaper rates if you visit March through May.  Autumn ushers in resort deals and cooler temperatures that range from the high 70s to the mid-40s. During winter, chilly temperatures introduce the lowest rates (and fewer crowds), but be aware that some area attractions and restaurants will be closed or offer shortened hours.

 

Myrtle Beach Travel Tips

  • Look out for jellyfish - The marine pest is common in these waters. If you're stung, wash the afflicted area with salt water and either see a lifeguard or head to the hospital immediately.
  • Southern hospitality is alive and well - The people here are laid-back and friendly, peppering their conversation with polite niceties like "Sir" or "Ma'am."
  • But Myrtle also knows how to party - Myrtle Beach is a spring break destination for college kids, so keep that in mind when scheduling your trip.
 
 

What to Eat

Chain restaurants — including Hard Rock Café, Planet Hollywood and Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville — are all over Myrtle Beach. If you are looking for a diverse and innovative foodie scene, this is not where you want to go. But one thing the city doesn't lack is variety. A large selection of restaurants are located along Kings Highway (U.S. Highway 17), so much so that it's often referred to as "Restaurant Row." A decent number of locally owned eateries can also be found with the predominant cuisine theme being seafood. You'll also be able to find some more upscale spots; local and tourist favorites include Sole Italian Restaurant, Fire & Smoke and Aspen Grille

 

Where To Stay In Myrtle Beach

 Myrtle Beach Resort

As a popular vacation destination for families and singles alike, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, welcomes tens of thousands of visitors back year after year. When it comes to accommodations you're going to really love the condos in Myrtle Beach that we have waiting for you. Myrtle Beach Resort is located on 33 oceanfront acres and provides visitors with a large assortment of one, two and three bedroom condos to choose from, all with close to 700 feet of white sandy beachfront and crystal blue water directly on the Atlantic Ocean.

You'll find some of the finest oceanfront condos at any Myrtle Beach resorts right here. Our family friendly accommodations provide you with many on-site activities as well as the best views of the coastline imaginable. From spending time lounging by our oceanfront swimming pool followed by a dip in the Jacuzzi to sitting on your balcony and watching the sun come up every morning, you can expect everything from total relaxation to plenty of fun and everything in between.

Myrtle Beach Resort Also has a phenomenal water park that simply can't be beat! It includes a 375 foot lazy river and wet deck, four outdoor pools (one beach front), two indoor pools, three health spas complete with steam rooms, saunas and Jacuzzis. Combine that with four of the Grand Strand's finest lighted tennis courts, a basketball court, free wireless internet access, and it's a vacation every guest will remember.

Renaissance Tower

Our grandest Myrtle Beach oceanfront resort is Renaissance Tower standing at 22 stories high. You're sure to enjoy the phenomenal views of the coastline and surrounding areas. Choose from ocean view suites, oceanfront efficiencies, studios, and one and two bedroom condos. The amenities we provide include a sauna, heated whirlpool, steam rooms, guest showers, exercise room, deli, laundry, outdoor picnic & grilling area, volleyball and an oceanfront cabana bar & grill with entertainment during the summer months.

Sea Breeze - Building A

Our Sea Breeze resort has beautifully furnished one and two bedroom condos with oceanfront views, park views, and low ocean views. Amenities provided include a water park with a 375 foot lazy river, wet deck with a bucket dump, the Grand Strand's largest oceanfront swimming pool, a kiddie pool with mushroom fountain and a large 12 person hot tub. A great place for families to stay!

Ocean Spa - Building B

The balconies in our Ocean Spa condos are what people love about the vacation rentals. You'll have your choice from fabulous park and playground views, moderate ocean views, low ocean views, and direct oceanfront views. These are beautifully furnished condos with one or two bedrooms. Amenities include an indoor atrium, heated pool and Jacuzzi, indoor sauna, steam room and a full fitness center.

Five Seasons Center

The Five Seasons Center area, unlike our other resort buildings, is made up of an assortment of condo buildings, all of which are located in a natural setting. These are one and two bedroom condominiums that are just a short walk to the beach. All condos come fully furnished with beautiful décor and furnishings, high speed Internet, and kitchens having everything you need for complete meal preparation. We have condos offering park and courtyard views. Please know there are no elevators at the Five Seasons complex. Visitors are able to enjoy beautiful park views and make use of the tennis courts, pools, a southern garden and gazebo, and the Five Seasons Center. The Five Season's Center features an indoor/outdoor pool, indoor jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, putting green, playground area, picnic and grilling areas, laundry facilities, and lots more.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Beach Club at Montego Inn

This popular, oceanfront destination boastsmore than 60 miles of beaches and attractions, known as the Grand Strand, all waiting just outside your door at the Beach Club at Montego. It's just within a short distance to tennis courts, shops and restaurants. And, it's ideally located just minutes from the activities and attractions of downtown Myrtle Beach.

This cozy spot is in the center of the Grand Strand on the beach. Beach Club at Montego Inn is converted beach-town motel. It has renovated units, all of which include air conditioning, full kitchens, and access to charcoal grills, a community room and a small outdoor swimming pool. Some units even have ocean views!

 
 
 

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