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Myrtle Beach, SC: Hotel & Motel Planning Guide

Find the perfect hotel in Myrtle Beach using our hotel guide provided below. Find cheap and discounted hotel/motel rates in or nearby Myrtle Beach, SC for your upcoming personal or group trip. We provide the best Myrtle Beach South Carolina hotel rooms. Review the Myrtle Beach hotel list below to find the perfect lodging. We also have a map of the Myrtle Beach hotels. Coordinating a group? Get Myrtle Beach Group Hotel Rates or See the best Myrtle Beach meeting hotels

The Myrtle Beach center is approximately the area of Mt. Atlanticus and the area of Grand 14 Movie Theatre.

Myrtle Beach is a vacation destination on the Atlantic coast of South Carolina. Whether you want to stay right in the heart of the action, or you're looking for a hotel where you can get away for a relaxing weekend, there are a variety of hotels in Myrtle Beach that can meet your needs. More from this guide...

Myrtle Beach Hotels, Motels & Accommodations

Westgate Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort 415 South Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 Website
  • The Westgate Myrtle Beach Resort is a family-friendly, doggy-welcoming hotel located on the beach in Myrtle Beach. The Family Kingdom Amusement Park is just across the street, and other local, popular venues are within five miles, too. Guests can enjoy on-site restaurants and amenities such as the pool, playground, spa, and bars. Rooms include cable television, and for a fee, Internet access is available. There is also a business center should you need to check your e-mail, scan a document, or print out a paper.
  • Mid-scale Beach property
  • 369 rooms in property
  • Most guests were disappointed with the minibar
  • Hotel is relatively stylish
From$49
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Ocean 22 by Hilton Grand Vacations - Myrtle Beach 2200 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • High-end property
  • 220 sleeping rooms in hotel
From$160
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Hampton Inn Broadway at the Beach 1140 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Three Star hotel
  • 2 meeting rooms in hotel
  • Great pool
  • Floor as the lobby which was convenient
Anderson Ocean Club 2600 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Four-star Oceanfront hotel
  • 304 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Great shopping
  • Beautiful exercise room
From$120
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Best Western Plus Grand Strand Inn & Suites : 1804 South Ocean Blvd. 1804 South Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Mid-scale Beach hotel
  • 119 rooms in property
From$39
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Hampton Inn & Suites Myrtle Beach 1801 South Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • 3-star Oceanfront property
  • 228 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Continental breakfast was open
  • Fair Hotel
From$73
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Hilton Garden Inn Myrtle Beach / Coastal Grand Mall in Myrtle Beach 2383 Coastal Grand Circle, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • 3 star Airport hotel
  • 112 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Excellent staff
  • The majority of guests said the breakfast was too expensive
Aqua Beach Inn - Myrtle Beach 1301 Withers Dr., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Low Cost Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 3 suites
  • Bad housekeeping, according to 56%
  • Staff friendly and helpful
Holiday Inn Pavilion 1200 N.ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • Free complimentary breakfast
  • Parking is rare
  • Stylish Hotel
From$44
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Bluegreen Vacations Seaglass Tower Ascend Resort Collection in Myrtle Beach 1400 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • 4-star Oceanfront hotel
From$125
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Courtyard by Marriott Broadway in Myrtle Beach 1351 21st Ave. North, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Three Star Resort hotel
  • Hotel has 2 suites
  • The majority of guests found the staff to be very friendly
  • Updated lobby
Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort : 803 South Ocean Blvd. 803 South Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • 3-star Beach hotel
  • 284 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Grill was not open
  • Great shopping
Comfort Suites 710 Frontage Rd. East, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • Access to gym on-site
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Full size sofa
From$60
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Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center Hotel : 2101 North Oak St. 2101 North Oak St., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • 4 star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 22 meeting rooms
La Quinta Inn & Suites - Myrtle Beach 1561 21st Ave. North, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • 3-star Beach hotel
  • Fitness / Gym is on-site
  • Excellent location
  • AC broken
From$49
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The Breakers Resort
+1-888-305-3366
2006 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Midscale Downtown hotel
  • Fitness / Gym is on-site
  • Up scale resorts
  • About half of guests said rooms were clean enough
From$105
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Coral Beach Resort & Suites - Myrtle Beach 1105 South Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • 3-star Beach hotel
  • Hotel has 301 rooms
  • Toilet to small
  • Adequate balcony
From$135
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Dayton House Resort 2400 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Affordable Oceanfront hotel
  • 328 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Most guests enjoyed the restaurants & bars nearby
  • Most guests complained about the bathroom
From$41
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Carolina Grande 2505 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • 3 star Mountain hotel
  • Hotel has 20 rooms
  • All guests thought the view was good
  • Great view of the ocean
From$80
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Carolinian Beach Resort 2506 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • 231 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Average beds
  • Beach nearby
From$127
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Sheraton Broadway Plantation All Villa Resort. 3301 Robert M Grissom Pkwy., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Affordable Resort property
  • 352 rooms in hotel
  • Adequate balcony
  • Staff was amazing
The Patricia Grand by Oceana Resorts - Myrtle Beach
+1-888-690-5247
2710 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Midscale Oceanfront property
  • Hotel has 308 rooms
  • Free continental breakfast
  • For 70%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard
From$62
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Fairfield Inn Broadway at the Beach 3150 Oleander Dr., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Mid-scale Resort property
  • Hotel has 4 floors
From$50
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Caribbean Resort & Villas in Myrtle Beach
+1-800-881-1523
3000 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Three Star Beach property
  • Check-in: 3:00pm
  • Service is ok
  • Great food places
Compass Cove Oceanfront Resort - Myrtle Beach 2311 South Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Affordable property
From$109
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As part of a large and unbroken stretch of beach called the Grand Strand, the shores of Myrtle Beach have been popular for centuries. The Winyah and Waccamaw Indians were some of the first humans to inhabit the area. In the 1700s, the inlets and coves along the Grand Strand gave pirates a great place to hide out and wait to intercept passing cargo ships. One of the most famous pirates to call the area around Myrtle Beach home was Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard.

In the 1900s, a timber and turpentine firm began developing the area as a resort. The local newspaper ran a contest to name this new town, and Myrtle Beach, named after the wax myrtle trees that grow wild along the shore, was the winner. Today, it's a popular spot for vacationers looking for a fun and exciting getaway along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean.

When to Visit Myrtle Beach, SC

Not only are the months between June and August the best time to visit, they're also the most popular. Since these months are so popular, the room rates are high and vacationers crowd the area. However, the weather is warm and sunny and all the attractions are open.

If you're looking for a good deal on a hotel room, try to plan your trip to Myrtle Beach in September or October. At this time, many of the crowds have thinned out, and hotel rates are more affordable. While the temperatures are slightly lower than they are during the summer, it's still comfortable this time of year. Plus, many of the restaurants and attractions are still open.

Even though the months between November and February offer great hotel deals, they're also some of the coldest in Myrtle Beach. While many of the restaurants and attractions in the area close for the season, you can still enjoy discounted prices on shopping, dining, shows, and hotel rooms. Plus, even if it's too cold to go to the beach, there are plenty of events during those months to keep you entertained.

The months between March and May bring low humidity and pleasant temperatures to the shores of Myrtle Beach. These months are also good if you want to experience most of what Myrtle Beach has to offer without paying high summer prices. However, keep in mind that these are also prime spring break months, so you may have to contend with college students crowding the beaches and hotels.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Myrtle Beach, SC:

seasonality of hotel rates in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach by Star Rating

Below are 3 charts demonstrating mean nightly cost trends by star rating class in Myrtle Beach, SC. You can use these illustrations to evaluate the best seasons to book a room in Myrtle Beach for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in Myrtle Beach, SC

4 Star Average Prices: $150.36

If you're searching for a luxury hotel that offers a pampering experience and caters to all your needs, Myrtle Beach has numerous options available. The impressive towers of the North Beach Plantation Myrtle Beach spread out over seven acres along the beach. Spend the day relaxing on the sandy beach, catch some rays at one of the five outdoor swimming pools, or book an appointment at the Cinzia Spa. This full-service spa has eight treatment rooms and offer services including body wraps, body scrubs, facials, and massages.

Situated right on the beach, the Island Vista Myrtle Beach is also conveniently located near Myrtlewood Golf Club, Dunes Golf and Beach Club, and Grande Dunes Marketplace. Relax in spacious rooms that include amenities such as luxurious bedding, free wireless Internet, flat-panel televisions with premium cable channels, and furnished balconies. While you're there, you can also enjoy fine dining at the on-site restaurant, Cypress Room. Take in views of the ocean while you sample cuisine with a southern flair for breakfast and dinner.

If you'd rather enjoy views of the Intracoastal Waterway, book a stay at Marina Inn At Grande Dunes. This Myrtle Beach resort has its own award-winning golf course, with 18 holes that wrap around 34 acres of freshwater lakes. You'll also have access to the resort's private oceanfront beach, an indoor and outdoor pool, and an on-site spa. Plus, with your choice of four restaurants, including WaterScapes – which offers farm-to-table, sustainable southern cuisine prepared with French techniques –you won't have to leave the resort even if you get hungry.

4 Star Hotel Prices in Myrtle Beach

Affordable Hotel Options in Myrtle Beach, SC

3 Star Average Prices: $124.01

If you're looking for an affordable hotel option in Myrtle Beach, you have plenty of choices available. Super 8 Myrtle Beach/Ocean Front Area is just a few blocks away from the beach. The hotel is also within one mile of Midway Park and the Art Museum of Myrtle Beach. It's within three miles of family-friendly attractions such as Family Kingdom Amusement Park and Myrtle Beach State Park. While you're at the hotel, take advantage of amenities such as the free continental breakfast every morning, the outdoor pool, and free wireless Internet in all the guest rooms.

Caribbean Resort and Villas is a high-rise oceanfront resort just five miles from the Myrtle Beach Airport. While the hotel is directly along the ocean, you can also enjoy the two indoor pools, 211-foot indoor lazy river, 200-foot outdoor lazy river by the ocean, five outdoor pools, large spa tub, and children's water park with a splash deck, water slide, and children's pool. If you get hungry at the pool, head to Skip Jack's Tiki Bar for burgers, sandwiches, and tropical drinks.

You can still stay in a hotel with direct ocean access and rooms with ocean-view balconies while not going over your travel budget by booking a room at Ocean Plaza Motel. When you're not spending time on the beach, go for a swim in the outdoor pool, indoor pool, or children's pool. All 65 rooms at the Ocean Plaza Motel also have conveniences such as microwaves, refrigerators, free wireless Internet, and televisions with cable channels.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Myrtle Beach

2 Star Average Prices: $103.12

2 Star Hotel Prices in Myrtle Beach

Which Myrtle Beach hotels have real discounts?

If you know where to look, you can find good discounts in Myrtle Beach. AAA members can enjoy up to 15 percent off rates at Springmaid Beach Resort. Active and retired military members can also take 15 percent off rates at the hotel. Even if you can't take advantage of these discounts, you can still stay at this beachfront hotel and take a two-minute walk to Myrtle Beach State Park, try your hand at fishing off Springmaid Pier, or take a swim in one of the two indoor swimming pools or two outdoor swimming pools.

Oceana Resorts by Wyndham offers nine different resorts and hotels in the Myrtle Beach area to fit a variety of budgets. Along with seasonal packages and promotions, all the locations also offer AARP member discounts, senior discounts, military discounts, and AAA member discounts. Seniors, AARP members, and AAA members all receive a 10 percent discount. Active and retired military personnel and their spouses receive a 15 percent discount at Oceana Resorts by Wyndham locations.

Best Value Options in Myrtle Beach, SC

If you're searching for a mid-range hotel that offers plenty of value for your money, you have many to choose from in Myrtle Beach. Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort is just steps from the sand, as well as being conveniently located near other fun attractions, such as Captain Hooks Adventure Golf, Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, and Ripley's Aquarium. Other family-friendly amenities at the hotel include a pirate ship, a lazy river, over 19 pools, a sauna, fitness center, kids' club, and three restaurants.

The rooms at the Sea Watch Resort offer great in-room features such as a kitchenette with a refrigerator, stovetop, microwave, dishware, cookware, and utensils, free wireless Internet, and a television with cable channels. Start your day with a buffet breakfast at Captain's Cove Cafe. Splash around in one of the six outdoor swimming pools, or relax in one of the 10 spa tubs. If you want to get out and explore the area, Sea Watch Resort is just a few miles from Arcadian Shores Golf Club, Carolina Vineyard Winery, and Grande Dunes Marketplace.

Popular Things to Do in Myrtle Beach, SC

No matter where you're staying in Myrtle Beach, heading to the shore is probably on the top of your list of things to do. With nearly 60 miles of sandy beaches, you'll have no problem finding your own spot to relax. For amazing views of the surrounding area, head to the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade. This 187-foot tall Ferris wheel is the second-tallest in North America. Also at the boardwalk, you'll find shops, restaurants, bars, weekly fireworks shows, and other entertainment.

Whether you're coming to the area for a fun family vacation, or you simply want to relax on the beach, Myrtle Beach offers something for everyone to enjoy. From luxury hotels where all your needs are met at the resort, to budget-friendly hotels that put you right in the middle of the action, Myrtle Beach has a variety of accommodation options.

A visit to Myrtle Beach Recapped

An unmitigated sprawl of seaside commercial districts is dedicated to the development of family resorts. Myrtle Beach, as it is called has the best of both North and South Carolina. The area is usually packed with students celebrating the end of school terms, but a majority of Myrtle Beach's tourists and residents busy themselves with the funfairs, outlet malls, water parks, mini-golfs, and of course, beach fares. Apart from the constant parasailing, Myrtle Beach is loaded with attractions. Guests can start at the central Ocean Boulevard, or dine in one of the seafood restaurants line up along Murrells Inlet. Guests can see deer and alligators at the wildlife sanctuary, settle for the background of Peterkin's novels, or visit the outstanding display of sculptures at Brooklyn Gardens' dazzling landscape. Myrtle Beach also has its own exclusive place, the Pawleys Island. The nightlife is focused on elaborate music venues and bars, which begins at House of Blues and continues through the Carolina Opry, the longest-running glut for country music.

Robert Brooks, a noted entrepreneur and philanthropist from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is often quoted as saying:
'There's no telling what one can achieve. Our limitations are often our own and not anyone else's. Caring to aspire is probably the best quality you could ask for.'
On a cerebral level, one couldn't agree more with these words of hard-earned wisdom that comes only through experience. Myrtle Beach, in this regard, has come through the ranks and now boasts of one of the best maintained and thriving tourism scenes in the country. Retractors often wince at the fact that a city like Myrtle Beach bases much of its revenue generation on something as fickle as seasonal tourism. But it has stood the city in good stead and there's no reason why any American wouldn't want to visit a city that's just as good as other summer top draws like Miami or Tampa, but nowhere near as expensive. 

Myrtle Beach, at its core, is a small South Carolina town that has grown disproportionately in size in recent years. What used to be sleepy town center has today become a tourist hub that absolutely goes off the rails during summer months as throngs of spring breakers descend upon the city like a flock of migrating Siberian flamingos. 

Those of our readers who are planning on either visiting Myrtle Beach soon enough or checking what the fuss is all about are quite welcome to read on in order to understand the tourism, especially accommodation, scene here.

Finding Cheap Hotels in Myrtle Beach 

It shouldn't take you far too long to find cheap hotels in Myrtle Beach, especially if you are visiting in any month outside the March-June window. For its size, Myrtle Beach boasts of unusually high number of hotel and resort units. With over 500 hotel establishments that carry over 80,000 rooms in total, Myrtle Beach offers a wide enough array for tourists to choose from. 

Most hotels in Myrtles Beach can be counted in the 'average' or 'affordable' category. With good negotiation skills, you can get yourself a really good deal, even when you are staying for long periods of time. 

Caribbean Resort and Villas is one resort you can turn to when in Myrtle Beach to get some really nice deals for long stays. Equipped with every luxury facility, this is as good as it gets for cheap hotels. 

Dayton House Resort is another cosy and comfortable resort that does not charge tourists extravagantly. Hampton Inn, Roadway Inn and Boardwalk Suites are some other similar establishments in this hotel segment. 

Luxury Like Nowhere Else 

Myrtle Beach is a great place 'to chill' if you want to leave the worries of domestic life at home and let your socks down for a few days.

What better way to truly chill than staying at a lavish, luxury hotel with in-house sauna, spa, gym, heated pools and nature therapy? 

Well, to get it all under one roof, you will probably have to hunt for the best among many luxury Myrtle Beach hotels. 

And more often than not, your search will take you Ocean 22 by Hilton Grand Vacations. Situated right at the beachfront, Ocean 22 is the place to be when it's summer time. In the same league lie Marina Inn, Sheraton Convention Center Hotel at Myrtle Beach, The Palms and Hilton Coastal Mall Hotel. 

Making The Most of Myrtle Beach 

Your stay in Myrtle Beach will probably be complete only when you truly relax and unwind, ready to face the battlefield of modern day life all over again. In order for you to get there, however, you need to leave no sights unseen and no activity unexplored while you are staying in Myrtle Beach. 

It might sound childish to some, but the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, a giant Ferris Wheel that has become an identity for the town is definitely the stuff of the local legends and will test your resolve by some fair margin. 

Of course, a trip to Myrtle Beach cannot be termed complete without a generous soaking of summer sun with cool Atlantic breeze to accompany it. Myrtle Beach is the best beach in town (quite predictably) and should be reserved for the most of your trip to the city. 

Myrtle Beach also boasts of an underrated state park that can offer you a great way to spend your weekends while you are lodging in Myrtle Beach. Various local shopping centers that pop up during the summer are worth visiting and buying from too. 

Things to Note Before Wandering in Myrtle Beach 

Myrtle Beach is that kind of a destination where you don't go to tire yourself out. So, it becomes important to keep this in mind when you are visiting here. The focus has to be on relaxation, unwinding and perhaps, if it suits you, a little bit of introspection and soul searching. 

Spending too much time hopping from one sight to another will just be akin to wasting your precious time in this beautiful cosy city that boasts of some of the finest Atlantic beaches in America. 

Another thing that most tourists overlook while making a trip to Myrtle Beach is the fact that the climate here is much different to what rest of the America, with the honorary exception of the South, is used to. It's quite hot here during summers and hence, you should know how to keep yourself hydrated. Nobody likes to ruin their holidays by getting themselves cramped or weak due to dehydration! 

So, When to Ideally Visit Myrtle Beach?!

This should be an easy question to answer. 

The best time of the year to visit Myrtle Beach is during summer months. However, during this time window, many hotels in Myrtle Beach tend to run full, despite their high capacity.

So, in essence, the best time to travel to Myrtle Beach is during March to May, only if you have glanced over a few Myrtle Beach hotels of your choice and zeroed in on some! 

Government Per Diem Rates in Myrtle Beach, SC Chart

Below are the GSA reimbursement limits for hotel spending in Myrtle Beach, SC excluding taxes per night. See gsa.gov for more details.

Applies to Horry

Season BeginSeason EndLodging RateMeals & Incidentals
October 1, 2017February 28, 2018$93.00$59.00
March 1, 2018May 31, 2018$103.00$59.00
June 1, 2018August 31, 2018$157.00$59.00
September 1, 2018September 30, 2018$93.00$59.00

Recent traveler reviews of Myrtle Beach, SC

Below are reviews of the city of Myrtle Beach, SC from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Fabulous Stay and Accommodations!"
Score 5.0 / 5

Going to the Beach, Boardwalk very nice location.

Michelle K., from 21-Aug-2017
"Good Stay!"
Score 4.0 / 5

Beautiful city, and lots of fun activities.

Shanise C., from 15-Aug-2017
"Nice location area!"
Score 4.0 / 5

Nice selection of restaurants, shopping, and sports facilities!!

Lisa T., from 04-Jun-2017
"Go Visit!"
Score 4.0 / 5

If you are looking for a terrific little breakfast or coffee shop, visit the 7th Ave Cafe. It's just a block from the hotel, food is great, coffee is great and the people just couldn't have been nicer. Highly, highly recommend this place!!

Maggie S., from 06-Mar-2017
"Good"
Score 4.0 / 5

With it being off season the traffic was not bad.

Janet M., from 27-Feb-2017
"Everything Is Walking Distance"
Score 4.0 / 5

I enjoyed the locations of the restaurants, the souvenirs stores. As well as the Boardwalk and the beaches.

Evette T., from 27-Oct-2016
"Awesome!"
Score 4.0 / 5

beach and sun!

Gwen H., from 08-Aug-2016
"Great Location "
Score 4.0 / 5

The fact it was centrally located on east coast for everyone to meet, good attractions, new broadway at the beach, and the southern flare.

Antonio B., from 03-Aug-2016
"Always A Pleasure"
Score 4.0 / 5

Myrtle Beach was great. We come down every year, we will return next year with the same 10 families.

Wylene C., from 18-Jun-2016
"Fun for All Ages!"
Score 5.0 / 5

Myrtle Beach always has a variety of things for everyone.

Lisa T., from 13-Jun-2016
"What A Fun Stay"
Score 4.0 / 5

The city was great! Perfect for any age.

Lisa T., from 05-Jun-2016
"Entertaining!"
Score 4.0 / 5

Myrtle is a very interesting mix of people - it's fun to mingle with everybody. The attractions are fun.

Bradley W., from 12-Apr-2016
"Would Recommend to Visit"
Score 4.0 / 5

One of the most accessible places to get about, most beautiful, reasonably cost efficient with so much to see and do for families and individuals alike.

Elizabeth P., from 12-Mar-2016
"Go!"
Score 4.0 / 5

We go to Myrtle Beach a lot because it is close. Shopping and dining both have plenty of options.

Janet M., from 29-Feb-2016
"Would Not Recommend to Stay at The Sun and Sand"
Score 4.0 / 5

The children had fun with the Robotics team. Otherwise my stay at the Sun and Sand was very bad. I will never go back there again.

Lisa H., from 16-Feb-2016
"Happy We Came to Myrtle Beach"
Score 5.0 / 5

Nice city with a bunch of different land and sea attractions for all age groups.

Wilson B., from 28-Sep-2015
"Myrtle Beach Was Fun"
Score 5.0 / 5

Wait until the end of summer season for great deals if you're on a budget and you won't be disappointed. All the hotel staff in area were more than accommodating during the off-season. Lead with a smile and see how well it works.

Theresa J., from 20-Sep-2015
"Much Improved"
Score 4.0 / 5

The beach itself and how they have built up the city is phenomenal. Myrtle Beach has become a great getaway destination.

Danielle C., from 11-Aug-2015
"I Like the City"
Score 5.0 / 5

Very nice and lots to do and of course the beach and the restaurants.

Janice M., from 29-Jul-2015
"Fun For All Ages"
Score 5.0 / 5

I like that there was a lot to do for all ages. In our group the oldest traveler was 75 with the youngest being 5. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the Amusement Park. The park was small enough to supervise the kids, but large enough for the kids to enjoy!

Lisa G., from 22-Jul-2015
"We Had a Great Time"
Score 4.0 / 5

Walking the boardwalk with my troop and seeing their faces light up as they saw everything around them to explore was great.

Regina C., from 22-Jul-2015
"I Love Myrtle Beach!"
Score 5.0 / 5

The Market Common area is beautiful!

Brenda P., from 31-Mar-2015
"Worth a Trip"
Score 4.0 / 5

Great atmosphere, great food, and a whole lot of potential.

Jackie S., from 20-Sep-2014
"Many Exciting Wonders"
Score 5.0 / 5

Myrtle Beach is beautiful lots of attractions for the whole family.

Mary D., from 20-Aug-2014
"Enjoy a day out"
Score 5.0 / 5

Myrtle Beach is full of life and things to do.

Chiquita B., from 10-Aug-2014
"Amazing food and weather"
Score 5.0 / 5

I have been to Myrtle Beach many times and always enjoy the beach and the great seafood.

Jackie G., from 01-Aug-2014
"Fun Travels"
Score 5.0 / 5

Relaxation, good food, friendly people and so much to do.

Roslyn R., from 30-Jul-2014
"Lively and spirited experience"
Score 4.0 / 5

We loved how everyone treated us all over the city! Lots of smiles and great customer service.

Rick H., from 29-Jul-2014
"Myrtle Beach Boardwalk"
Score 5.0 / 5

Boardwalk, restaurants, beach access and shopping availability.

Gregory N., from 22-Jul-2014
"Love Myrtle Beach."
Score 4.0 / 5

Love Myrtle Beach beaches!!

Darlene K., from 17-Jul-2014
"Our Myrtle Beach Highlights"
Score 5.0 / 5

The entertainment, restaurant near by, Broadway at the Beach, Captain George's Seafood Restaurant, Tanger Outlets, the beach itself and Barefoot Princess Riverboat Dinner Cruise was excellent.

Wanda V., from 17-Jul-2014
"Great, Clean Family Fun"
Score 5.0 / 5

Great place for a family vacation. The beaches are clean and so is the rest of the city. Lots of indoor and outdoor activities for the whole family. Two thumbs up!!

Johnnie S., from 17-Jul-2014
"Carnival"
Score 5.0 / 5

Carnival atmosphere, clean beach.

Becky H., from 10-Jul-2014
"Myrtle Beach has changed a lot, but our group still had a great time."
Score 5.0 / 5

It was not the area I remembered it to be from 10 years ago. There were a lot of deserted stores around close to hotel. There were nice places to go but it took awhile to find them. Broadway at the Beach was great as was Myrtle Beach State Park.

Lorie S., from 01-Jul-2014
"Family Kingdom"
Score 4.0 / 5

The excitement that the kids had at Family Kingdom. Just being here was so peaceful and lots of fun.

Mary F., from 22-Jun-2014
"Reasonable and Family Friendly"
Score 4.0 / 5

Great city! Young family type of beach. Be prepared to take a taxis out in the large city. Very reasonable vacation destination for all it has to offer.

Lauren F., from 06-Jun-2014
"Much Changed in Recent Years"
Score 4.0 / 5

We were there for car show. Hadn't been to Myrtle in about 15 years and lots of improvements.

Randall C., from 23-Mar-2014
"Great for Families"
Score 4.0 / 5

Myrtle Beach is a family friendly coastal getaway. There's lots to do at an affordable price.

Frank A., from 25-Feb-2014
"Recommended"
Score 4.0 / 5

Ripken Experience and Broadway at the Beach were excellent.

Michelle S., from 23-Feb-2014
"Another review"
Score 4.0 / 5

Its Relaxing. Lots of activities to do.

Violet C., from 23-Nov-2013
"Loved it"
Score 4.0 / 5

Loved it. We enjoyed the skywheel, dinner at Castanos and inside Barefoot landing was AMAZING. We went to the comedy cabana, what a blast. We shopped and took advantage of being close enough to visit Pawleys Island. Today we had lunch at Bubbas Fish Shack in Surfside.

Karen S., from 27-Oct-2013
The average traveler rating of the city of Myrtle Beach, SC shown above is 4.4 out of 5 based on 41 reviews
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