Most Popular Myrtle Beach, SC Hotels

Sheraton Broadway Plantation
Sheraton Broadway Plantation
3301 Robert M. Grissom Parkway, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577, United States of Am...
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Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort
Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort
10000 Beach Club Drive, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572, United States of America
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Wyndham Vacation Resorts Towers on the Grove
Wyndham Vacation Resorts Towers on the Grove
2100 North Ocean Boulevard, North M...
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Marina Inn at Grande Dunes
Marina Inn at Grande Dunes
8121 Amalfi Place, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572, United States of America
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Long Bay Resort
Long Bay Resort
7200 North Ocean Boulevard, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572, United States of Americ...
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Caribbean Resort Myrtle Beach
Caribbean Resort Myrtle Beach
3000 North Ocean Boulevard, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577, United States of Americ...
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Your Guide to Myrtle Beach, SC Hotels

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! 

A bit about Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Top Attractions:
  • Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, Broadway at the Beach, Pirates Voyage, Ripley's Aquarium, Myrtle Beach
  • Population:
  • 27,109
  • City Size:
  • 17 mi²
  • Average Temperature:
  • 45°F (7°C), Wind NW at 15 mph (24 km/h), 100% Humidity
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