Best Western Pawleys Island

11445 Ocean HWY

Pawleys Island, SC 29585

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Phone: (843) 235-0808

City: Pawleys Island

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Best Western Pawleys Island

The Best Western has 2 floors, all Interior rooms with microwave, fridge and coffeemaker. They also offer a complimentary Smart Express breakfast, exercise room, outdoor pool and wireless high speed access in all rooms and in the lobby.

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