- Enjoy a plethora of refreshing activities including an oceanfront pool, an indoor kiddie pool and a lazy river
- Sandal's Restaurant, which includes a large self-serve breakfast bar, and the Tiki Hut will make sure your appetite is always satisfied
- Keep your body active with a full workout room, giant chess and corn hole
- Take advantage of free DVD rentals of the latest Hollywood releases during your stay from Paradise Resort
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Paradise Resort Myrtle Beach Reviews
See what 46 MyrtleBeach.com users said about Paradise Resort Myrtle Beach:
We actually booked a different hotel that turned out to be awful so we were driving around for a couple hours trying to find a nice hotel. We came across paradise resort. The staff at the front desk was amazing and got us right in. We had a one bedroom oceanfront suit. It was beautiful. Full kitchen that was updated a big separate bedroom with two queen beds and a separate living room. We even had a washer and dryer in our room. It was perfect. The price was great at $460 for 4 nights. That was a steal. Would definitely recommend paradise resort to anyone.
Very friendly staff and immaculate cleanliness
Hotel staff were very accommodating. Nice to have breakfast provided every morning. Hotel room, corridors, and parking area all kept clean. Look forward to going back soon.
Had a wonderful time. Hotel staff is friendly and available when you need them.
Everyone was ver friendly and courteous would stay again
Built in 2006, the Paradise Resort is one of the newer resorts in Myrtle Beach. With modern trends in mind, each room has been decorated tastefully with convenient in-room amenities for guests. A variety of room options are available to accommodate any size family or group. Smaller families and groups will fit nicely in the beautiful Ocean View Efficiency rooms, while larger groups and families will likely prefer a 1, 2, 3, or 4 bedroom Oceanfront condo. Located in the southern end of Myrtle Beach, Paradise Resort can be found oceanfront on S. Ocean Boulevard, between Sandcastle South and Mystic Sea hotels. Their oceanfront resort offers easy access to the beautiful white sandy beaches and the Atlantic Ocean. When it’s time to rinse off the sand and head to the pool, Paradise Resort has a massive oceanfront outdoor pool for the family to swim, splash and play. If you need a break from the summer sun, head inside and enjoy the indoor pool, or hot tubs. The kids will absolutely love the pools in the Covered Kids Area. Paradise Resort also has a few on-site dining options so guests don’t have to stray far for a good meal. The Sandals Restaurant is a perfect place for the family to enjoy an early morning meal. The Tiki Hut is perfect if you have been out at the pool all day and are getting hungry or thirsty. This Myrtle Beach Resort also has some other fun amenities that are great for the whole family. The workout room is available for those who simply can’t miss a workout even on vacation. Paradise also has a shuffleboard court and a giant chess set to add some competition between friends and family. New for 2013, Paradise Resort is also offering Free DVD rentals for guests, which may come in handy at night or during a rainy day.
Around The Paradise Resort:
Just minutes from many of the top attractions in Myrtle Beach, Paradise Resort is in a prime location. A short drive down S. Ocean Boulevard and across S. Kings Highway will have you in the Market Common. The Market Common has some of the best shopping and dining in Myrtle Beach. Restaurants like King Street Grille, Travinia Italian Kitchen, and Tommy Bahama are favorites of locals and vacationers alike. You will also find some great shops like White House Black Market, Anthropologie, CityMac and much more. Head the other way on S. Ocean Boulevard toward downtown Myrtle Beach to experience attractions like The Boardwalk, The Skywheel, The Slingshot and The Skyscraper as well as many Oceanfront restaurants. Downtown Myrtle Beach also has other fan favorites like Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum, Arcades, plenty of beachwear shops and endless entertainment. Heading a little further south will put you in Murrells Inlet where you can enjoy food from the countless waterfront restaurants or take a leisurely stroll on The Marshwalk. There are typically musicians playing and boats rolling by making Murrells Inlet a great place to spend a night of your vacation. With its great accommodations, amenities and location, The Paradise Resort is sure to please. Visit their site today to book your room for your next Myrtle Beach vacation.
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