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Use our ocean view filter to see the Myrtle Beach beach hotels that offer spectacular views. From cliffside panoramas to beach view hotels with rooms overlooking the sand. Check out poolside and tranquil garden views, too.
Currently, we have resorts and hotels in Myrtle Beach on the beach going from $116 a night to $349 for top-end luxury. Prices vary depending on your travel dates, amenities, and neighborhood.
Filter your search results by clicking on the family friendly filter to see kid-friendly amenities and activities. From beach resorts with kids’ clubs to beachfront hotels offering fun watersports—you have plenty of choice.
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Many Myrtle Beach hotels on the beach have pools. You can choose which amenities you want and use our pool filter to see the Myrtle Beach beach hotels that have pools on site.
The best time to visit Myrtle Beach for local events and activities is July, June, May.
Prices for Myrtle Beach beach hotels currently start at just $116 a night. With 8470 Myrtle Beach beach hotels to choose from, you have stacks of tempting options, whatever your budget.
Enjoy swimming, reading, and sunbathing on the beach in Myrtle Beach. There’s also action-packed beach fun and watersport adventures, too. Check each hotel’s information section to find out what’s available.
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This city is centered around the water, so you can actually do just about anything at the beach, from surfing and kayaking to strolling and sunbathing. On the south end of Myrtle Beach, near Springmaid Pier, there’s ample space for surfing, paddle boarding, and Boogie boarding. If you’re new to these water sports, take a few lessons from nearby Jack’s Surf Lessons or the Carolina Waterman Company.
Around here, you can still enjoy the comforting rhythms of the ocean without even getting your hair wet. Get an eyeful of the Grand Strand as you spin slowly around the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel or careen down the carnival rides at Family Kingdom Amusement Park, both of which you’ll find nestled against the water in the city center. Stay close to these and other attractions along the vintage boardwalk at Westgate Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort or one of our many other Myrtle Beach beachfront hotels.
A Southern getaway is not complete without telling your “big fish” stories over a mouthwatering spread of the region’s seafood and slow-cooked cuisine. Dine with the sea in your sights at these locally loved restaurants:
You can’t experience all of Myrtle Beach’s Southern comforts without sitting down to a table covered in the day’s newspaper and Lowcountry Boil—an array of sweet corn, potatoes, and local seafood seasoned to perfection in a big caldron. Have a taste for more crunch? Order your cuisine calabash-style, which means fried in a delectable cornmeal batter. Wash down this cornucopia of coastal cuisine with sweet tea and a Hemmingway Mojito. You can never go wrong with rich tannins and muddled mint.
With a great selection of beachfront properties in this city, you’ll never be far from the sounds of the ocean waves when you stay in a Myrtle Beach hotel, especially if you stay in one of these:
Barc Park North and Barc Park South are a pair of dog parks in Myrtle Beach where you can let your pooch frolic and play to their heart’s content. Dogs are also allowed on the beaches during certain designated hours and days of the year, so check the regulations ahead of time. Many hotels, including DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Myrtle Beach, The Atlantic Hotel North, and Mermaid Inn will welcome your 4-legged friend.