Stay in the Lap of Luxury in Myrtle Beach, on a Budget

Finding a good deal on a nice hotel in Myrtle Beach is a lot like the rule of thumb when it comes to investing in real estate - location, location, location. In the case of Myrtle Beach, the distance one stays from the oceanfront goes a long way toward determining how much one will spend on accommodations. By simply moving across Ocean Boulevard, parties can save hundreds over the course of a week. For those willing to move farther inland and commute to and from the beach there are even more savings to be had. Of course, the word "budget" is a relative one. The goal is "value," as in the best bang for the buck, and that especially applies to those who want to look off their balconies and see ocean. In those cases, all oceanfront resorts are not created equal. Some resorts, like the Sea Mist Resort, guests can still stay seaside but at a lower price than some of the other luxury complexes around town, But for those who don't mind driving a little to save a lot, places like the inland Country Inn & Suites are the perfect fit. And for golfers looking for the best places to stay and play, visitors can get special discounts on accommodations and greens fees at golf condos like River Oaks Golf Plantation. Regardless of what you are looking for, there are savings to be had for those who shop around.

The Jade Tree Cove Resort is located on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront near the downtown district, making it one of the best hotels to stay within walking distance of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and all the surrounding attractions. For a more...  Read More

Grande Shores Ocean Resort
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The Grande Shores Ocean Resort is situated overlooking the beautiful northern shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean. Guests will find that this is one of the most convenient hotels in Myrtle Beach to the many area golf courses, theme parks and...  Read More

Walk to the beach without breaking a sweat at this surprisingly luxurious chain hotel located just two blocks from the public beach in the popular Old Pine Lakes section of the city, as well as all the main attractions like Broadway at the...  Read More

The Palace Theater, Broadway at the Beach, the SC Children's Museum, the Family Kingdom Amusement Park, Myrtle Waves Water Park, and countless other area attractions are within close proximity to the Red Roof Inn & Suites Myrtle Beach, an...  Read More

Sea Mist Oceanfront Resort
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Enjoy all the comfortable accommodations and excellent amenities of a major resort without having to fork over a fortune at the Sea Mist Resort. Located in the heart of the downtown Myrtle Beach district, this 15-acre property offers both...  Read More

Expect all the quality that comes with the name "Holiday Inn" plus a little more as this resort. Located within steps of the Surfside Beach Pier and the surrounding shops and restaurants, this full-service hotel is in the middle of the action...  Read More

North Myrtle Beach

The Avista provides visitors with a relaxed resort setting that's just a short walk away from the uniqueness of downtown North Myrtle Beach. Located in the heart of historic Ocean Drive district, this recently renovated resort treats guests to...  Read More

Front and center on the Atlantic coast sits the BEST WESTERN PLUS Grand Strand Inn & Suites, a two building vacation facility in the heart of Myrtle Beach. The seaside attractions here are boundless, from the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk to...  Read More

The Country Inn & Suites in Myrtle Beach were built to accommodate visitors to the Hard Rock Theme Park that went belly-up after a couple of years in operation, leaving a void and a higher than expected number of vacancies at this recently...  Read More

Caravelle Resort
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This multi-complex property offers two oceanfront towers as well as some more affordable accommodations across Ocean Boulevard that still allow access to all the amenities on the property. Experience the luxury of a major resort without the...  Read More


Meet Terry Massey

It's no surprise that journalist Terry Massey is credited with creating the word 'stay-cation.'  He considers the past 18 years in Myrtle Beach a vacation.

He and his wife Stephanie were...  More About Terry

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