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How much is a hotel room in Myrtle Beach?


Hotels in Myrtle Beach cost from $39 per night, but, of course, what you pay depends on the amenities you want, your travel dates, and the type of hotel you choose. Prices and availability are subject to change and additional terms may apply.


How can I find cheap hotels in Myrtle Beach?


You’ll find cheap rooms at Myrtle Beach on Travelocity. Enter your travel dates to see what’s available while you’re in town. Alternatively, filter the results by price, so you only see hotels in your budget. To find cheaper rooms, look at areas away from the center.


What are some of the best hotels in Myrtle Beach?


There are many great places to stay on the Grand Strand. Ocean Enclave by Hilton Grand Vacations is a popular resort just 5 minutes from Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and SkyWheel. Stay downtown for the Art-Deco stylings of South Bay Inn & Suites, or go a little further along the beach to Dunes Village, a family-friendly resort with an indoor pool and waterpark. 


What are some great cheap hotels in Myrtle Beach?


There are plenty of affordable places to stay in Myrtle Beach. The Midtown Inn has an outdoor pool and terrace and is just 10 minutes from the boardwalk. In a similar price range, the Sea Mist Oceanfront Resort has dreamy views of the Atlantic Ocean. 


What are the top areas to stay in Myrtle Beach?


The best area to stay in Myrtle Beach really depends on what you like. South Myrtle Beach is a popular spot for easy access to the boardwalk and the state park. And North Myrtle Beach has a thrilling selection of larger condominium resorts, maybe try Sand Dune Tower Suites and Villas or Sands Beach Club by Capital Vacations.


What are some of the top hotels in Myrtle Beach?


To add to the 100 golf courses to choose from, up the luxury on your Myrtle Beach vacation. Stay in the Low Tide Too 6 Bedroom Home with its spa tub and ocean view. Ocean 22 By Hilton Grand Vacations also has that wow factor with an indoor pool, poolside bar, and several other lounges, bars, and restaurants. 


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What is the cheapest time to go to Myrtle Beach?


The cheapest time to visit Myrtle Beach is usually , making it a good time to travel. On the other hand, has the most expensive rooms.


Where should I stay in Myrtle Beach with family?


Stay at a Myrtle Beach hotel for kids downtown so you can have the SkyWheel, WonderWorks, and Ripley’s Aquarium all right there. For Myrtle Beach resorts for kids and parents—a family retreat that makes everyone happy—stay in Arcadian Shores, where golf and pools are par for the course. Just south in Surfside Beach, there are some truly exceptional kid-friendly hotels with a laid back vibe—think picnic areas, BBQs, and hot tubs for a relaxed family retreat.


What are the best Myrtle Beach family resorts?


There are some top Myrtle Beach family resorts lining the coast. Guest ratings show that Dunes Village Resort is one of the most popular Myrtle Beach resorts for kids with its waterpark, lazy river, and kids club. Its full-service spa is an added bonus for the parents! If you’re traveling with smaller children, Embassy Suites by Hilton Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort provides in-room childcare, so naps can happen while the rest of the family plays in its nine outdoor pools.


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Our Guide To Cheap Hotels In Myrtle Beach

When we envision ourselves strolling along faraway beaches and distant shorelines, we imagine leaving footprints across stretches of pristine sand softened by vibrantly hued waves. Sometimes the sky is a brilliant robin's-egg blue, while other times the sunset’s reds, oranges, and pinks paint the horizon. These tempting scenes are easy to conjure in your mind’s eye, but they will undoubtedly pale in comparison to the actual experience of embarking on a seaside escape.

Austrian journalist Henry Grunwald once noted, "A beach is not only a sweep of sand, but shells of sea creatures, the sea glass, the seaweed, the incongruous objects washed up by the ocean." And once you soak in the scenery of such a place, you'll realize it's not the stunning panoramas that stand out, but the tiniest elements tucked away that make them so memorable. Whether it be one of the many pet friendly hotels in Myrtle Beach or a beachfront hotel, settle in at one of the best places to stay in Myrtle Beach, and take a moment to appreciate the intricacies of your surroundings, from seashells enveloped under a stratum of sand to the sight of historic buildings, visible from atop the largest Ferris wheel in the United States, the SkyWheel.

Wondering where to stay in Myrtle Beach?

Similar to its visitors, Myrtle Beach hotels come in a variety of styles. Based on what you’re in the mood for, one accommodation will likely meet your needs more than any alternatives. To help you select the Myrtle Beach lodging option best for you, here’s a glimpse of four of our favorites.

  • Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort for the family: With a 20-year history and a central location that’s just steps away from the Family Kingdom Amusement Park, the Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort continues to be the destination of choice for countless families because of these perks:
    • Sips and snacks: Situated on the 5th floor of the Sea Crest building, the Beach Java Cafe serves drinks, snacks, and Starbucks for beachside imbibing.
    • Aquatic activities: Slip into your swimsuit and enjoy any of the resort’s aquatic attractions, including a pair of hot tubs, indoor and outdoor pools, a lazy river, and more.
    • Dining and drinks: Grab a drink or bite to eat at the tiki-themed waterfront Malibu Beach Bar, which offers karaoke and live entertainment throughout the year.
  • Dunes Village Resort for an all-in-one experience: Why bother leaving the resort when there’s so much fun to be had inside? Among the largest indoor water parks ever built—and the only one in Myrtle Beach—this hotel and resort invites you to enjoy more than 30,000 sq. ft. of fun, featuring a 250-ft long river ride, the city’s first adult-sized water slides, and a slew of other thrilling attractions:
    • Relax and unwind: Looking to relieve some stress? The resort has a range of massage services to put you at ease.
    • Chill out in a cabana: With a poolside spot to call your own, you can read a book, pop in a DVD, or just cool off in a chaise longue.
    • Sate your appetite: A variety of on-site eateries, including the Admiral’s Room, Captain’s Cafe, Perk’s Up Coffee Shop, and the Cabana Tiki Bar, let you enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner without leaving the resort.
  • Westgate Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort for location: Offering an unbeatable location on the sands of the Grand Strand, the Westgate Oceanfront Resort lets you experience the many facets of Myrtle Beach:
    • Laze the day away: Go for a swim in the hotel’s heated outdoor pool, or drift along the heated lazy river. There’s also a children’s play area, a hot tub, and Coconut Willy's Pool Bar to keep you happy.
    • Work on your swing: With access to more than 100 of golf courses, the Westgate Oceanfront Resort makes it easy to improve your game.
    • Fun for all ages: The Family Kingdom Amusement Park is right across the street; if you’ve got kids, this is one spot you won’t want to miss.
    • Close to the culture: The Broadway at the Beach entertainment center complex is close by as well as the legendary Palace Theatre.
  • Sea Mist for quintessential Myrtle Beach: A landmark on Myrtle Beach for the past six decades, this family-friendly resort offers endless hours of entertainment:
    • Slip and slide: Try out the three-story water slide, take a nap as you drift along the lazy river, or take a dip in any of the 11 on-site swimming pools.
    • Fill your belly: Grab a bite at any of the resort’s eateries, including Tena's Restaurant, the Three Steps Down Grille, Pete & Polly's snack shack, Jason's Cafe & Ice Cream Parlor, and the Barefoot Cabana.
    • Awesome events: The perfect setting for your big event, the Sea Mist features full-service catering and more than 17,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor conference space.
    • Endless entertainment: Perfect your putt at the 18-hole miniature golf course, or give your wrist a workout at the on-site arcade, featuring more than 100 games.

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Myrtle Beach travel tips

Getting to Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach International (MYR) is the region’s only major international airport, but it offers a convenience and versatility rarely found in other vacation destinations. MYR serves commercial and private aircraft, and is located just three miles from Myrtle Beach’s central business district. This unrivaled location means ground transportation from Myrtle Beach International is plentiful and includes taxis, car rental services, ride-sharing applications, and Coastal Regional Transportation (CoastRTA), a publicly-funded bus system ferrying passengers to seven Grand Strand locations. Even in the worst of traffic, getting from MYR to any major Myrtle Beach destination shouldn’t take more than 15-20 minutes!

Getting Around Myrtle Beach

yrtle Beach locals rely on motor vehicles as their primary transportation method—and with nearly 60 miles of uninterrupted shoreline as their backdrop, who can blame them? Many hotels and resorts provide complimentary shuttles to and from Myrtle Beach International Airport, but if you plan on leaving the resort often—particularly for golf or shopping—consider renting a car. However, if you anticipate staying mostly at your hotel with the occasional night out here or shopping spree there, ridesharing applications are incredibly accessible and affordable throughout Myrtle Beach.

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The Grand Strand

Rather than a specific place, the “Grand Strand” is the moniker locals and visitors alike affectionately bestow the stretch of beach noted for its fun-loving resorts, shopping, restaurants, and water-based activities. Whether you want to work on your short game, eat delicious, fresh-caught seafood, try your hand at parasailing, or simply lounge in a beach cabana overlooking the gorgeous Atlantic Ocean, make sure your Myrtle Beach vacation starts and ends with time well spent on the Grand Strand!

Broadway at the Beach

If the Grand Strand is the quintessential celebration of outdoor coastal living, then Broadway at the Beach celebrates everything uniquely Myrtle Beach about the town’s entertainment and nightlife scenes. With outdoor piazzas connecting boutique shopping, upscale dining, and countless music and nightlife venues, Broadway at the Beach is the perfect going-out spot after rinsing all that daytime sand off your feet!

Second Avenue Pier

For a quaint, classically Southern experience, little beats a morning or afternoon spent lounging at the Second Avenue Pier. Located just 10 blocks from Main Street Myrtle Beach, the Second Avenue Pier offers a relaxing oasis replete with restaurants featuring phenomenal Southern fare (shrimp and grits or biscuits and gravy, anyone?). It’s also home to fishing areas to lure your own catch of the day, and plenty of dock space to relax, unwind, and ponder life’s great mysteries!

Ripley's Aquarium

Nothing else epitomizes Myrtle Beach better than pairing an aquarium with the funky and unpredictable twists that come with any Ripley’s institution. Featuring glass-bottomed boat rides and underwater glidepaths, Ripley’s Aquarium of Myrtle Beach is not your grandma’s aquarium! Throw in the opportunity to touch hermit crabs, stingrays, jellyfish, and many other sea creatures that call South Carolina home, and Ripley’s Aquarium is a Myrtle Beach must-see, whether you believe it or not!

Tanger Outlets

Fans of outlet shopping, this is your mecca. The Tanger Outlets—Myrtle Beach’s undisputed upscale shopping center—feature an impressive brand variety encompassing Under Armour, Vineyard Vines, Lululemon, TaylorMade Golf, Michael Kors, Tommy Bahama, and plenty more across its 80 outlets. With amazing deals throughout the calendar, the Tanger Outlets offers irresistible value and choice when it comes to treating your loved ones—or yourself!

Where to Eat in Myrtle Beach

If you like seafood and Southern fare, Myrtle Beach will endlessly delight you. If you're looking for a crash course in South Carolina seafood, look no further than Bimini's Oyster Bar and Seafood Cafe, which offers fantastic shrimp and grits, seared Ahi tuna, and varieties of delicious shellfish you didn't even know existed. If you're celebrating a special event, try Rioz Brazilian Steakhouse (your classic all-you-can-eat carved meat treat!), Thoroughbreds Chophouse, or Waterscapes at the Marina Inn—all perfect spots for anniversaries or family gatherings. No matter where your culinary tastes lie, though, make sure you don't leave South Carolina without trying a local favorite—pulled pork barbecue! Classic South Carolina barbecue is always served with a mustard-based sauce, and two of the best joints in town are Pop Pop's Pit BBQ and Simply Southern Smokehouse.

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