Experience Myrtle Beach with All the Frills at a World-Class Resort

There are many resorts to choose from along the Grand Strand, but a select few stand out above the crowd. Whether you are looking for an escape to the beach, golf or an oceanfront playground for the family, Myrtle Beach has you covered. Experience first-class from arrival to departure at such exclusive resorts as the Grande Dunes Marriott and North Beach Plantation,  If golf is what brings you to the beach, check out one of the many golf resorts where you can literally look out your window and see the course you played earlier in the day. Barefoot Resort and Grande Dunes Resort provide excellent accommodations just walking distance from the first tee. Golf condos, villas and houses are available, and there are swimming pools, beach access and other amenities on location. For family fun ion the sun, oceanfront resorts are the way to go. Guests can relax on a secluded stretch of beach or chill out by the pool and water playgrounds at the resort pool deck. But there are also some outstanding resort getaways off the coast and a little closer to the country. Relax in style at the Legends Resort without a worry in the world or enjoy the scenic beauty of the Intracoastal Waterway, which is lined with resorts where you can dock your own boat. Choose which resort in Myrtle Beach is perfect for your trip by reading trusted expert and user reviews.



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



Spend your Grand Strand vacation in the heart of Myrtle Beach's downtown district without sacrificing luxury at the Anderson Ocean Club. Located just steps away from the Atlantic Ocean and walking distance to some of the Grand Strand's most...  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



See why families love to stay and play at Long Bay Resort, a beautiful 15-story oceanfront tower offering modern accommodations and excellent amenities. Comfortable rooms offer private balconies overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, and the...  Read More



Get ready for one of the best Myrtle Beach vacation experiences imaginable at Kingston Plantation, a 145-acre oceanfront resort nestled between Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach. Kingston Plantation offers a variety of deluxe accommodations to...  Read More



Dunes Village is one of the newest resorts on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront.The twin towers feature nearly 500 modern units ranging from standard rooms to luxury suites. Each room features a private balcony offering spectacular views of the...  Read More

Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort
Photo courtesy of Litchfield Golf & Beach Resort


Litchfield Beach and Golf Resort offer a truly unique experience in a truly unique setting. Built on a former rice plantation, this beautiful property offers guests a taste of true Southern hospitality and the South Carolina Lowcountry...  Read More



Stay in the lap of luxury at the Marriott Resort at Grande Dunes. Featuring more than 400 elegantly furnished rooms and first-class amenities, the Marriott is made for guests with discriminating tastes. Relax in tropical pools by the oceanfront...  Read More



This oceanfront resort is similar to island life in that it is the only beachfront hotel for about a mile in either direction, which is a rare treat in the heart of Myrtle Beach. The surrounding neighborhood features older beach homes and...  Read More

North Myrtle Beach


This 60-acre oceanfront resort has it all - fine dining at 21 Main Prime Steak House, a spacious pool deck with a swim-up bar, a full service golf center and a health and fitness spa. Located on an "island" that is separated from the mainland by...  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