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Recent Grand Strand - Myrtle Beach property reviews

  • Happy Traveler

    "The owners were very accommodating during the planning of our stay in Garden City. Sylvia was great to work with and readily available to answer questions. Tupelo Bay was blissfully distanced from the hustle of Myrtle, but close enough to hop in a car and enjoy the big attractions. The shuttle to the beach was a great added convenience. Overall, the condo was clean, nicely appointed and well cared for. My family and I can't wait to for our next stay!"
    Guest: Happy Traveler Date of Stay: July 2011 Review Submitted: August 6, 2011
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    "My family (wife and 2 daughters 7& 5) just got back from our week at the Royal Palms room 603 and I can't say enough about how great it was. From the beginning, going through VRBO everything was smooth and easy, this was a perfect vacation. The condo was outstanding, huge rooms and everything was brand new and very clean with all the amenities you would expect and more. We loved the huge balcony with the great view of the ocean, as well as the pools. The beds were extremely comfortable and gave us the sleep we needed to enjoy all of the activities that were available every day. The beach was as good as it gets, soft sand and plenty of room for all our beach stuff. The pool and deck around the pool was just as good as the beach. We had lots of fun with all the activities that were run at the pool, great stuff for both kids and adults. There was a DJ who was great, he took request and played what you asked for and lead all the activities including, splash contest's, music trivia, newly wed game and other fun stuff, also giving away some great coupons for local restaurants. Thanks for making this one of our best vacations we have ever been on. We can't wait to go back again."
    Guest: J,K,E,M & B Date of Stay: August 2012 Review Submitted: August 23, 2012
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  • Best Time!

    "My two daughters and I recently stayed at Bay Watch, and we had a wonderful time. First, I was impressed with how clean the condo was. Then, the view! It is much better than can be seen in the photos. I sat on the balcony every morning, drinking coffee, and watching the morning beach walkers. Since Bay Watch is fairly large, there were many amenities that other complexes did not have. There were 3 pools, 2 lazy rivers, several hot tubs, an outside bar with live music, movie night at the pool, and 2 restaurants. My daughters loved the Blue Room as we could look out at the ocean while we ate. At night, there is enough light from Bay Watch to go out to the beach; people were walking the beach until late at night (although there was not a lot of noise). If you do not want to stay at the resort, the condo is located very close to lots of restaurants, shopping, and a movie theater. We went to Myrtle Beach one day to ride the Sky Wheel, and there were beachside kids' rides and bungee jumping. We also went to Dolly Parton's Pirate Voyage dinner theater. It is a little expensive, but worth it. My daughters and I will definitely stay in this condo again on our next trip to North Myrtle Beach. Thanks, Tim and Carolyn!"
    Guest: Lauren Date of Stay: July 2012 Review Submitted: August 17, 2012
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  • Second Year in a Row!

    "I have been renting condos on Shore Drive for the past ten years and this is by far my favorite. The owners are very responsive to emails and are delightful to deal with. The condo is neat, clean and I love the way it is decorated. The kitchen is the best equipped that I've experienced in a rental. Obviously, I can't say enough positive things about this unit - I've already contacted the owners about my 2015 vacation dates!"
    Guest: bevbct Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 22, 2014
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Grand Strand - Myrtle Beach Travel Tips

If you're looking to escape on the ultimate beach getaway, head to Grand Strand in South Carolina. With 60 miles of sandy white shores and welcoming waters, there's plenty of beach here to keep you occupied throughout your whole vacation.

When you're ready to come inland, you'll find an awesome assortment of restaurants featuring delicious meal options and local flavors, unique shops where you can pick up souvenirs, exciting live entertainment for a fun night out and plenty of opportunities to learn about the area's culture.

Things to Do in the Grand Strand Area

- Myrtle Beach Boardwalk: Wander along the 1.2 miles of oceanfront on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk.Opening in 2010, the boardwalk runs from Pier 14 to Pier 2 and is considered one of the best in the United States. The boardwalk is home to numerous festivals and events throughout the year like Ocean Boulevard's Hot Summer Nights. Stop into any of the restaurants along the boardwalk to enjoy a meal as you gaze over the ocean or step into a shop for a little souvenir.

- Family Kingdom Amusement Park: For the perfect day of family fun, plan a trip to the Family Kingdom Amusement Park, the only seaside amusement park in Myrtle Beach. With 37 rides suited for adults and children of all ages, there's more than enough fun to be had. Thrill rides, kiddie rides, family rides and go-karts provide plenty of opportunity to wheel and whirl all around the park. Family Kingdom is one of the few remaining free-admission parks - meaning there is no additional cost to enter, and you only pay to ride the rides. Don't miss a ride on the Swamp Fox wooden coaster, one of only 122 remaining wooden roller coasters still operating in North America.

- Brookgreen Gardens: Get a bit of history and nature combined with a visit to Brookgreen Gardens, which broke ground in 1931. The majestic oak trees and world-renowned sculptures are sure to astound and delight as you stroll through the area. It's an ideal place to come and relax, and there are tours, exhibits and programs offered every day for people of all ages. Experience natural history as you walk along the Lowcountry Trail or cruise in a pontoon boat. Keep an eye out for local wildlife in this natural habitat.

- Rice Museum: Located in the Georgetown area of Grand Strand and topped by a clock and tower from 1942, the old market building was converted into a most unique museum detailing the history of rice from maps, tools and dioramas. Locally known as The Town Clock, the museum brings to light a society dependent on the rice crop through the ages.

- The Carolina Opry: For a fun night out, check out a live performance of The Carolina Opry, which is frequently voted best show by readers of the Myrtle Beach Sun News. In its own 2,200-seat theater, the show features comedy and music, providing you with two hours of serious, high energy entertainment. You'll get a little taste of everything from dance and comedy, to music spanning from Broadway to country, pop and gospel.

Shopping and Dining in Grand Strand Area

- Broadway at the Beach: This 350-acre shopping complex is home to more than 100 specialty shops as well as three theaters and 17 restaurants. Enjoy a day of perusing various stores and break for a quick meal.

- Coastal Grand Mall: The Coastal Grand Mall opened in 2004 and is the largest indoor mall in South Carolina. It features both indoor and outdoor shopping areas and houses well-known stores as well as smaller, unique shops. There's also a 14-screen movie theater and food court if you need a shopping break.

- Thomas Cafe: This luncheonette serves up a tasty fried chicken, homemade biscuits, grits, eggs, country ham and other tasty options. You can dine at the counter with some of the regulars or grab a booth or table if you've got a group. This 1920s storefront offers plenty of charm and comforting, home-style flavors.

- Nance's Creekfront: Oysters are the specialty here and are available raw or steamed in an iron pot and served deliciously with butter. There's also different seafood options like flounder, shrimp and grouper, or steaks and chicken for the meat lovers. You'll definitely want to save room for dessert, because the 10-layer chocolate cake made specially for this restaurant by a local baker is worth those extra calories!

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