Enjoy your vacation with Myrtle Beach resorts

One of the great destinations, whether you want an adult-friendly or kid-friendly getaway, on the eastern coast of the US is Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. To reduce the time spent in your car, trying to get from one location to another, why not stay in one of the resorts along the beach where you are close to everything.

Atlantic Ocean vibes

Many of the Myrtle Beach resorts sit along the 97km portion of beach known as “The Grand Strand” on the Atlantic Ocean. The locations are prime spots as you are right on the beach, and close to so many attractions and points of interest. Whatever time of year you decide to come to Myrtle Beach, staying in one of the oceanfront resorts is a fantastic choice.

Carolina Winds

Being minutes from the airport, steps to the beach and pool, and walking distance to town makes Carolina Winds a popular option when visiting Myrtle Beach. Dog lovers adore it because they can bring their furry friends with them on their vacation. Sit out on your private balcony and listen to the waves lap against the shore as you drink your morning coffee.

Marriott Oceanwatch Villas at Grande Dunes

If you are looking for a location with more on-site activities for the whole family, Marriott Oceanfront Villas at Grande Dunes is a perfect choice. With so much to do and see, you don’t need to leave the resort once you arrive to start your vacation. There are fun activities always on hand for everyone in the family.

Grand Atlantic

The Grand Atlantic is another Myrtle Beach resort that sits on the beach. You'll have everything you need for your stay, right at your fingertips, including beach gear and games. Enjoy the sun setting while you relax on your private balcony and then head downstairs to grab a cool treat from the ice cream parlour.

Always something going on in Myrtle Beach

There’s always something happening in Myrtle Beach, between the concerts, speedway, tours, and golf games, the fun never has to end. Kids and adults alike will always have something to do and will never complain of being bored.

Golfer’s Paradise

If you’re a golfer, then Myrtle Beach is your playground, especially during the winter months when your course is likely closed. There are over 100 courses in Myrtle Beach, on top of the many mini-golf courses for the kids, so if golf is your game, then you’ll have some hard decisions to make as you won’t be able to fit them all in during 1 vacation.

Adventure Tours

There are so many adventure tours for you and the family, from haunted history walking tours to segway tours, and the numerous different boat tours which are popular for fishing or watching the dolphins swim alongside you. If you want a different view of the city, take the Guided Myrtle Beach Kayak Tour.