Five Great Myrtle Beach Hotels

Where to Stay in Myrtle Beach - Hotels

Planning a beach vacation? Why not consider the Grand Strand, featuring more than 60 miles of white sandy beaches in South Carolina. Myrtle Beach has long been one of the country's most popular beach destinations, beloved by families and singles alike for its variety of attractions, warm temperatures and budget-friendly hotel accommodations. We'll help you figure out where to stay in Myrtle Beach.

Here, find five great Myrtle beach hotel options:

Litchfield Beach Resort

Young couples and families alike will find something to write home about at Litchfield Beach Resort, a sprawling resort complex that offers golf, pool and beach accommodations. Enjoy hotel or condo-style lodging in privately-owned or hotel-managed Myrtle Beach hotel accommodations, plus amenities like an on-site restaurant, spa and Starbucks coffee.

Anderson Ocean Club

One of the most luxurious Myrtle Beach hotel properties, Anderson Ocean Club offers one, two and three-bedroom condo-style accommodations plus an on-site spa, room service, and valet parking. Owned by Oceana Club Resorts, this property also offers two restaurant experiences, a southern-style grill, Magnolia's, and a pool bar.

Marina Inn at Grande Dunes

The area's top-rated property by TripAdvisor members, Marina Inn is just part of the much-larger Grande Dunes property. Accommodations range from standard hotel rooms and studios to four-bedroom suites. This Myrtle Beach hotel property is a favorite among golf groups and business travelers for its convenience to area golf courses and downtown businesses. Note that it is not located directly on the ocean.

Serendipity Inn

If it's peace and quiet you crave, you'll find it at Serendipity Inn, one of the area's only true Bed & Breakfast properties. Located 300 yards from the beach and boasting just 15 rooms that have each been individually decorated to reflect different time periods, this Mrytle Beach accommodation is ideal for those seeking a private and romantic getaway.

Waikiki Village

If it's a true family experience you're searching for, look no further than one of the last "mom and pop" hotels along the Grand Strand. Your Myrtle Beach hotel experience will take place in a two-level, 60s-style motel that families have been returning to for decades. Enjoy a family-run experience (the owners know many guests by their first names!) and amenities like free putt-putt and corn hole, an indoor hot tub and some rooms that feature kitchenettes.

Visiting for a longer period of time? We'd suggest you look into a Myrtle Beach condo or house rental, many of which are available for seven day minimums over the peak periods. Here are a few of our suggested agencies:
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