Bring Your Four-Legged Friends on Vacation at These Myrtle Beach Hotels

Traveling with your pet can become a truly enjoyable experience at any of the pet-friendly hotels Myrtle Beach has to offer. Spend a day at the park or take your dog on a walk and relish the convenience of recouping together in a dog friendly room. For those who want to walk their dog on the beach, the Holiday Inn Oceanfront at Surfside Beach and the Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort are ideal places to stay and play with the beach only steps away. For finicky people with finicky pets, you can avoid expensive kennel reservations and worrying if your pet is getting the attention and care that they need when you stay at a four-star hotel like the Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center. If you and your pet want to be close to all the action, the LaQuinta Inn Broadway is located on the Broadway at the Beach property, and there are several inland hotels that are centrally located to Myrtle Beach's two "Barc Parks," one of the few places dogs are allowed to run without a leash. The YMCA on the north side of town and the Market Common on the south side offer these fenced-in, multi-care parks, including a swimming pond at the southernmost location. These pet friendly hotels in Myrtle Beach have everything you and your pet need for a comfortable stay.



If you and your pet want to be close to all the action, the La Quinta Inn puts you in the most popular neighborhood in town at the Broadway at the Beach complex. The surrounding property gives pet owners plenty of room to take their dogs for a...  Read More

Sea Mist Oceanfront Resort
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Experience major-resort living for you and your four-legged friends at this pet-friendly hotel in the heart of downtown Myrtle Beach. Occupying one full city block in the downtown district, the Sea Mist offers plenty of amenities to keep you and...  Read More



If you prefer to save some bucks by not staying directly on the oceanfront, the affordable Red Roof in is located just two blocks from the beach, the perfect distance for a warmup walk before relaxing on the beach. Just a couple of blocks north...  Read More



Although it isn't on the oceanfront, this hotel complex is located near the banks of the Intracoastal Waterway, where many guests walk their dogs and let them take a dip from the summer heat. Located only about a mile from downtown, Staybridge...  Read More

Sands Beach Club Resort by Defender Resorts


Enjoy all the creature comforts of staying at a major resort while your "creature" comes along for the trip. Featuring a wide range of amenities and accommodations, the Sands Beach Club also has the famous Ocean Annie's beachfront bar for a...  Read More



Located on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, this large resort hotel complex welcomes dogs and cats as well as their owners for a wonderful oceanfront experience for the whole family, pets included. The summer months prohibit dogs from being on the...  Read More



The Patricia Grand Resort is a well-known name among local oceanfront hotels, serving as one of the longest-standing resorts on the Grand Strand. This multi-building resort hotel offers accommodations specifically designed for pet owners....  Read More



Experience the isolation of staying at Myrtle Beach's southernmost resort while still having everything you need and want on site or close by. Springmaid features all the accommodations and amenities one expects from a first-class oceanfront...  Read More



Expect all the quality that comes with the name "Holiday Inn" plus a little more at this resort. Located on the main stretch of the Surfside Beach oceanfront, this resort also allows your four-legged friends to stay and play. Walk straight to...  Read More

North Myrtle Beach


Enjoy quality resort living for you and your pet at this massive resort. Located between the Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach city limits in unincorporated section of Horry County, this stretch of beach has looser leash restrictions for dogs....  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