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Recent Myrtle Beach reviews

  • Great Family Vacation

    "This was my first time renting from a private owner so I was a little skeptical at first. However, all of the positive reviews eased my worries and I must say they are all spot on. Vince is VERY easy to work with. Checking in at the hotel was a BREEZE. The condo is everything it is advertised to be. The resort is PERFECT for families. We traveled with a 2.5 year old and a 4 month old. The indoor water park was perfect for our 2.5 year old to play while keeping our 4 month old out of the sun. The extended balcony was perfect for us to lay in the sun while the kids took an early afternoon nap. The location of the resort, in my opinion, is the best in Myrtle Beach. Just north of all the hustle and bustle so it's a little more laid back and quiet yet close enough to get to the action in minutes. The room was so quiet - I never heard anyone in the rooms next to us or in the hallways. Everyone at the resort (staff and guests alike) was so friendly and welcoming. I could go on and on about this resort, the condo and Myrtle Beach. I grew up going to Myrtle Beach as a child but had not been in a number of years. I was PLEASANTLY surprised at how much MB had changed, for the better. Our best meal was at Wicked Tuna in Murrell's Inlet, a close second being the Gulfstream Café in Garden City, and (surprisingly) Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville 3rd. I'm typically not one for "touristy" restaurants but Margaritaville impressed all around, food included. Myrtle Beach is such a great family destination. I hope to make this a yearly vacation with my children as my parents did with me as a kid - I would not hesitate for one minute to rent from Vince again - as a matter of fact, I hope to."
    Guest: Justin Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 11, 2014
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  • We loved The Breakers!

    "I am so happy I found Bob and Jan's place here. I surely drove Jan crazy during the booking process but she couldn't have been any more patient and kind. Every call I made, she answered and any time I emailed, there was a prompt response. I was worried about the booking process since I had never dealt with a VRBO but was pleased when the keys came and all went as planned. The room is lovely and plenty of sleeping space for our family of 5. We appreciated the large supply of towels and were pleased the rooms had sheets, pillows, paper towels, napkins and toilet paper and other little extras. We used the beach chairs every day and were thankful for the bogey boards. We loved the resort itself. The pool area was always cleaned and primed in the morning and all day we saw employees emptying the garbage and keeping the place clean. We loved the poolside bar service and were able to get drinks and food delivered to the tables. We enjoyed the daily afternoon dance party and DJ who played great music every day. The food at the Red Parrot was very good and the drinks were tasty. The hotel itself was centrally located to Broadway at the Beach and the boardwalk. The outlets are a short 15 minute drive away. The was our 6th trip to the Myrtle Beach area and of all the places we stayed, I think this is our favorite. Thank you Bob and Jan for sharing your piece of heaven with us! We look forward to renting from you again!"
    Guest: Ryan Family Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 19, 2014
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  • Great destination for a family vacation

    "We had such a good time while staying at the Lazy Daze condo at Myrtle Beach Resort. We found the condo to be clean, comfortable and well-stocked. Being so close to the beach was convenient. Our kids loved the beach and the pools and lazy river area. We will definitely recommend this condo to friends and family and will definitely book it again when we return to Myrtle Beach."
    Guest: Kristin B. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 8, 2014
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  • GREAT STAY AT COMPASS COVE!

    "Nancy was very professional. I have no complaints. The room was OCEANFRONT as advertised. Wonderful view from the 14th floor!!! Convenient location. People turned in early, so parking could be a bear, but extra parking across the street. Sometimes the digital lock gave me issues, but key was available. I highly recommend this condo."
    Guest: Nay Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 25, 2014
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Myrtle Beach Travel Tips

Myrtle Beach is a popular destination for travellers because of its small-town feel and subtropical climate. The area - including North Myrtle Beach, Little River, Surfside Beach and Murrells Inlet - incorporates 60 miles of uninterrupted beaches, prompting locals to call it the Grand Strand. If you’re in the market for a South Carolina beach vacation, check out Myrtle Beach, which offers a plethora of things to do and see.

The Boardwalk

Myrtle Beach’s 1.2 mile-long Oceanfront Boardwalk & Promenade is fairly new to the scene - it was opened in May 2010. National Geographic and Travel and Leisure magazine both ranked it in their respective top-10 lists of U.S. boardwalks in 2010.

This wooden beach stroll runs from the pier at 2nd Avenue to the pier at 14th Avenue. The boardwalk is the central attraction for the estimated 14 million tourists in Myrtle Beach each spring and summer.

If you’re up for an adventure, take a ride on the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, a 187-foot tall ferris wheel near Plyler Park and 10th Avenue. The attraction features 42 state-of-the-art, glass-enclosed and temperature-controlled gondola carriages. Grab a relaxed meal at the Landshark Bar & Grill near Pier 10, or head to the Pier House Restaurant at 2nd Avenue Pier.

Entertainment

Myrtle Beach wouldn’t be itself without miles of sandy beaches, but for a little un-sandy fun in the sun, head to one of Myrtle Beach’s excellent water parks. Myrtle Waves, the largest water park in South Carolina, is located on 20 acres and boasts the world’s tallest tubular slides - the three Turbo Twisters. They’re 10-stories high and rocket you through at an amazing 50-feet per second! Or, check out Family Kingdom, a mini-water park with plenty of fun carnival rides, located just south of 2nd pier and right near the sea.

If you’re visiting between April and September, head to a Pelicans game - Myrtle Beach’s minor league baseball team. You can also check out a race at the popular Myrtle Beach Speedway, or head to an event at the Myrtle Beach convention center, which hosts anything from bluegrass festivals, national karate competitions, children’s arts and crafts shows and a Dickens Christmas show during the holiday season. Check the schedule before planning your visit to see if anything sparks your interest.

If you’re in the mood to shop ‘til you drop and eat some good food too, head to the Broadway at the Beach shopping center. Visit the ever-popular Ron Jon Surf Shop, buy some gourmet gifts, try some samples at Pepper Palace and buy your pooch something special at Reigning Cats and Dogs. There are dozens of restaurants, but don’t miss Sweet Carolina’s Low Country Grill and Smokehouse, which serves up the tastiest Southern fare, like pecan wood smoked baby back ribs, fried green tomatoes and homemade chocolate pie.

You’ll find Myrtle Beach State Park just south - halfway between Myrtle Beach and Surfside Beach. You can do just about anything here, like fishing or crabbing off the pier and beaches (just make sure to buy a permit!), picnicking and taking a walk or bike ride through on the Sculptured Oak Nature Trail, which runs through one of the last seaside forests in South Carolina.

Events

The annual Myrtle Beach Marathon is held every year in mid-February. The run begins and ends near Pelican’s Field and Broadway at the Beach, and much of the marathon takes place along Ocean Boulevard. There are also a half marathon and a 5K included in the day’s activities.

Myrtle Beach Bike Week - a major motorcycle event - takes place in May each year and has drawn motorcycle riders and enthusiasts alike since 1940.

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