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North Myrtle Beach Offers Many Lodging Options

Marie McAden Marie McAden
A former staffer with The Miami Herald, Marie moved to SC in 1992. She is passionate about the outdoors, and enjoys exploring the state’s many natural treasures from the Lowcountry to the Upstate.
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North Myrtle Beach offers such an extensive selection of accommodations, you may have trouble deciding on the perfect one for your family vacation. Choose from hotels and motels, rental condos, villas and homes or an RV resort.

Here are just a few lodging options:

Club Wyndham Ocean Boulevard – Located on Ocean Boulevard near many of North Myrtle Beach’s most popular attractions, this oceanfront resort offers one-, two- and three-bedroom suites, each featuring a fully stocked kitchen, whirlpool tub and private balcony. Amenities include five swimming pools, a children’s pool, two hot tubs, a fitness center, a game room and more.

Myrtle Beach Barefoot Resort – One of the city’s biggest and best-known resorts, it offers a wide array of accommodations, including villas and condos with golf course and marina views. It also features four championship golf courses and a dining, shopping and entertainment complex with more than 150 shops, restaurants and attractions.

Grand Strand Resorts – This vacation rental company offers both private homes and condos in some of the most popular oceanfront towers, including Ashworth, Crescent Shores, Windy Hill Dunes and Whispering Palms.

Prince Resort at the Cherry Grove Pier – With rooftop pools, lazy rivers, hot tubs, fishing opportunities on the pier and the beach outside your doorstep, there’s plenty to keep you entertained at this oceanfront resort.

North Myrtle Beach RV Resort – Located on the Intracoastal waterway in Little River, this gated luxury RV camping resort features a marina where you can dock your boat, rent Jet Skis or book a fishing excursion. Amenities include an oversized pool with a 150-foot waterslide.

Sea Watch Resort – With two towers overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the resort offers great views and 19 water features, including six pools, two 225-foot-long lazy rivers, 10 hot tubs and a kiddie pool.

Avista Resort – You’ll enjoy stunning ocean views and comfortable accommodations when you stay at the Avista. The top-rated oceanfront resort features hot tubs, indoor and outdoor pools, a lazy river, on-site dining and a state-of-the-art fitness center.

SeaSide Resort – A boutique-style oceanfront resort, the SeaSide offers spacious condos with private balconies and plenty of outdoor amenities, from indoor and outdoor pools to a lazy river.

Waikiki Village Vintage Inn – Located just across the street from the beach, this beautifully renovated retro hotel is listed on the National Historic Registry. The Hawaiian-themed rooms complement the lush gardens around the newly refinished outdoor pool.

Castaway Beach Inn – This family motel features oceanfront and side-view rooms, efficiencies and second-row beach cottages with amenities that include a heated pool with swim-up bar, lazy river and kiddie pool.

Hotel Options

Among the many national brand hotel choices are the Best Western Plus Grand Strand Inn & Suites, Red Tree Inn OceanfrontLa Quinta Inn by Wyndham North Myrtle Beach and Comfort Inn

Marie McAden
A former staffer with The Miami Herald, Marie moved to SC in 1992. She is passionate about the outdoors, and enjoys exploring the state’s many natural treasures from the Lowcountry to the Upstate.