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Myrtle Beach Hotels

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Experience the Beauty of the Coastline
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Crashing waves, world-class golf, and plenty of family-friendly entertainment can be found in this high-energy beach scene in South Carolina. Enjoy oceanfront hotels during a romantic weekend getaway or stay in the middle of Broadway at the Beach or Barefoot Landing with friends or family. Make lasting memories when your feet bring you to your new favorite destination at Myrtle Beach. IHG has a wide variety of hotels in Myrtle Beach to fit every budget and occasion, romantic getaways or kid friendly adventures. What are you waiting for? Start planning now.

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Featured Hotels in Myrtle Beach

  • Holiday Inn Club Vacations South Beach Resort

    Holiday Inn Club Vacations South Beach Resort

    3020 Owners Club Court
    Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577, United States
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  • Staybridge Suites Myrtle Beach - West

    Staybridge Suites Myrtle Beach - West

    303 Fantasy Harbour Blvd.
    Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29579, United States
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  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites N. Myrtle Beach-Little River

    Holiday Inn Express & Suites N. Myrtle Beach-Little River

    722 Highway 17
    Little River, South Carolina 29566, United States
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  • Holiday Inn Club Vacations Myrtle Beach Oceanfront

    Holiday Inn Club Vacations Myrtle Beach Oceanfront

    3090 Springmaid Boulevard
    Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577, United States
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  • Holiday Inn Resort Oceanfront @ Surfside Beach

    Holiday Inn Resort Oceanfront @ Surfside Beach

    1601 N Ocean Blvd
    Surfside Beach, South Carolina 29575, United States
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  • Holiday Inn Express Myrtle Beach-Broadway@The Bch

    Holiday Inn Express Myrtle Beach-Broadway@The Bch

    3100 Oleander Drive
    Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577, United States
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Myrtle Beach Travel Guide Intro

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Headed On a Myrtle Beach Vacation?
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Here is Your Complete Guide to One of the Golf Capitals of the World
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If East Coast beaches call your name, you won’t be able to say no to a Myrtle Beach getaway. Smack in the middle of a 60-mile stretch of white sand and Atlantic Coast, Myrtle Beach is the connector between local beaches on both sides and one of the top 10 Best Places to Visit in South Carolina, according to the U.S. News & World Report. With a mega ferris wheel standing as the epicenter of the city, Myrtle Beach locals and tourists alike are drawn to its towering presence, which serves as a focal point for R&R and entertainment in town. If you’re a fan of history, the great outdoors, and the other great “G” known as golf, you’ll be delighted to plan a Myrtle Beach vacation and even more excited when you arrive. Read on for things to do, places to eat, and of course, where to stay when visiting this brilliant little beach town.

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Thanks to year-round sunshine and warm, long summers, you can bet most of the activities and attractions here will take place outdoors. Spend a day at the 312-acre Myrtle Beach State Park, open since the 1930s. With nearly a mile of Grand Strand beach to explore, you can hike the nature trails, go fishing, picnic with family or friends, and, of course, swim in the stunning Atlantic Ocean waters. Entry to the park is $5 to $8 per adult, and $4 per child over the age of five.

 

Another Grand Strand beach in the area is at Huntington Beach State Park, a coastal preserve which is home to alligators, sea turtles, birds, and other creatures. But here, the main attraction for some will be Atalaya, a Moorish-style castle, which was the winter home of the Huntington family in the 1930s. While Huntington Beach State Park is priced the same as Myrtle Beach State Park, Atalaya has a separate admission cost of $2 per person.

 

For over a decade, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade has been the place to hang out. The 1.2-mile-long boardwalk overlooks the ocean and is filled with year-round fun in the form of beachfront shops, eateries, immaculate beach, and the legendary SkyWheel Myrtle Beach, which is 187 feet tall and has 42 glass-enclosed (and temperature controlled!) gondolas for riders to experience. Don’t forget your camera—you’ll want to capture gorgeous coastline views from above, especially during sunset.

 

Named one of the Top 10 Gardens by TripAdvisor, Brookgreen Gardens includes a low-country zoo, a botanical garden, and a sculpture garden. Just 30 minutes south of Myrtle Beach (on the route to Charleston), Brookgreen’s mission and purpose is to collect, exhibit, and preserve American figurative sculpture, plants of the Southeast, and animals of the Southeast. It is one of the best and only museums of its type in the world and worth a visit if you’re in the area and have transportation. 
 

Beached out? Head to the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, the only art museum on the Grand Strand. Closed on Mondays, this museum offers free admission to the public every day since 2003 and is just steps from the beach. Located in a vintage cottage surrounded by live oaks, this museum is home to 11 galleries, a reception space, revolving exhibits, and all mediums—from sculpture and photo to textiles, video, ceramics, and more. If you’re staying in the area for a while, you might even choose to sign up for pottery classes at the museum through the Lineta Pritchard Pottery Studio

 

Spill the Tee
There are more than 100 golf courses in Myrtle Beach, which is the reason many know it as the "Golf Capital of the World." Whether you’re a pro or it’s your first time, this is the perfect place to try your hand at something new or finally perfect that backswing. From championship and celebrity-designed courses, to family-friendly mini golf, there’s something for everyone on the driving range.

 

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A brand new Holiday Club Vacations property, the Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort, features direct beach access, poolside service, open-air dining, an outdoor firepit, private cabanas, hot tubs, and even a Signature VIP lounge. The newly constructed property, opened in 2024, is the perfect stay for families and friend groups. Book a one- to four-bedroom villa here, depending on who you’re traveling with—they all include private patios with jaw-dropping ocean views.

If easy and kid-friendly is on your radar, the Holiday Inn Club Vacations South Beach Resort is for you! With an outdoor pool and kiddie pool at Ocean Breezes Beach Club (plus direct beach access), a game room, multiple pools and lazy rivers, splash pads and waterslides, there is endless fun to be had here. Need a break from the kiddos? You can take it at Captain Cliff’s Lagoon Bar, a poolside bar with an extensive menu of tropical alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and snacks, tiny umbrellas optional. Check hours with the hotel because this bar is open seasonally, as long as the weather permits.   

 

With full kitchens and a 24-hour business center, the pet-friendly Staybridge Suites® Myrtle Beach-West hotel is a property where you can check-in and comfortably stay a while. Not far from the airport, your accommodations are close to the boardwalk and also to schools like Coastal Carolina University. With an outdoor pool, a gym, and even complimentary daily hot breakfast for guests, you’ll feel at home in no time.

 

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The seafood boil immediately comes to mind when we think of Myrtle Beach, but it’s not just crustaceans and frozen drinks served under tiki huts that shine in this beach town. You’ll find plenty of restaurants along Myrtle Beach’s "Restaurant Row,” which is actually Kings Highway (U.S. Highway 17), including seafood buffets, oyster bars, Mexican fare, and a Japanese steakhouse, to name a few.

 

Then, there are also some Myrtle Beach staples. For decades, travelers and locals alike have dined at Sea Captain’s House, where the specialties include an award-winning she crab soup, fried oysters, fried green tomatoes, and the famed hummingbird cake. With pecans, banana, pineapple, cream cheese frosting and layers of spice cake, this decadent dessert is a tried-and-true Southern favorite.

 

Peaches Corner has been slinging hot dogs and hamburgers since the 1930s (back then, a hot dog went for 15 cents or 25 cents for two!) and is still going strong, nearly a century later. You can’t go wrong with a catfish sandwich or a corndog at this beloved mom-and-pop diner.

 

And at the 2nd Avenue Pier, the Wicked Tuna offers waterfront dining, craft cocktails, shareable plates, and plenty of sandwiches, salads, and more. Happy hour, from 4 pm to 7 pm daily at the bar, will get you appetizers, sushi specials, and select discounted house liquors, beers, and wines.  

 

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Navigating Myrtle Beach is convenient with various transportation options available. Rent a car or use ride-sharing services for more flexibility. There’s also the Coast RTA bus system, which provides affordable public transportation throughout the area. Biking and walking are feasible for short distances, which is perfect when accessing scenic trails. Trolleys may also be available seasonally or on certain/specific days of the week.

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Pack for the Beach
Visitors tend to come to Myrtle Beach most in the summer, when it’s warm. Afternoon showers are likely and hurricane season (June-November) may also affect your travels. Pack light, including swimsuits, shorts, and possibly a rain jacket if you plan to be outside a lot. Spring and fall are great alternative times to visit and you won’t have to pack much differently. In winter, temperatures can get chilly which means there will be fewer travelers around. Pack a warm jacket and clothing, and also check in with area attractions and restaurants before taking that winter trip to ensure businesses are open.

 

Explore More
If you have time to venture out, check out these other seaside towns in the area. Half an hour by car from Myrtle Beach you’ll find Little River, a charming waterfront community known for its fishing village feel and scenic beauty. And under 20 minutes from Myrtle, Surfside Beach offers a relaxed, laid-back alternative to the more popular beach towns. Nicknamed the “Family Beach,” Surfside is safe, clean, super small, and less kitschy than some of the surrounding beach towns. Visiting Hudson's Surfside Flea Market, the largest covered open air market in the area since 1975, is a must when in Surfside. Who knows what trinkets you’ll find.

 

Myrtle Beach Hotels Frequently Asked Questions

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Absolutely! Many of the IHG hotels in Myrtle Beach offer family-friendly amenities such as connecting rooms and kids' menus. Check with the individual hotel for more information about their family-friendly offerings.

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Yes, many IHG hotels in Myrtle Beach are pet-friendly and welcome furry friends! Some hotels offer pet amenities, including pet beds and treats as well as information about pet relief areas. Select hotels may charge additional fees per pet staying at the hotel.  For more information on hotel specific pet policies,. visit the amenities page on the hotel's website.

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Many of the IHG hotels in Myrtle Beach offer complimentary breakfast. Check the hotel's website to find out more details as they may vary by brand and locations.

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IHG Hotels offer a variety of amenities such as free Wi-Fi, fitness centers, business centers, restaurants/bars, swimming pools, and much more! Check the hotel's amenities page on their website for more information on the specific amenities offered.

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Many IHG hotels offer complimentary self parking, however, parking costs may vary by hotel and location. Some hotels may include parking as part of their stay package, while others may charge an additional daily fee. Check the hotel's amenities page on their website for more information on their parking policies.

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Yes! You can find discounted rates on select IHG hotels in Myrtle Beach by visiting the hotel website's offers page. Additionally, many of the hotels offer special packages and promotions throughout the year. Learn more about IHG's Best Price Guarantee.

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IHG One Rewards Loyalty Program is designed to make it easier for guests to earn and redeem points. There are 5 tiers of member benefits, starting with Club Member, Sliver Elite, Gold Elite, Platinum Elite and the highest tier being Diamond Elite. You can earn Diamond Elite status by staying 70 qualified nights or earning 120,000 qualified points in a calendar year. Learn more about IHG® One Rewards Loyalty Program

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Yes, most hotels have a minimum age requirement of 18 years old to check-in without an adult present. However, some hotels may allow guests under the age of 18 to check-in if they are accompanied by an adult over the age of 21. Check the hotel's website or contact the hotel directly for more information on their specific age requirements.