Fans Name Top Resorts Along the South End of Myrtle Beach
Everyone has a favorite section of Myrtle Beach. This week we asked our Facebook fans to tell their favorite hotels along the south end of the beach. The area is popular due to the great things to do nearby. There’s Family Kingdom, the 2nd Avenue Pier, the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, mini golf and plenty of shopping. Here are eight resorts that got the most fan mentions.
Compass Cove Oceanfront Resort
With nearly two dozen water features plus a wide variety of accommodations, it’s no wonder Compass Cove Oceanfront Resort is a popular spot along the south end of Myrtle Beach. The resort offers more than 500 rooms to suit your group. Enjoy the amazing ocean views from your balcony or take a dip in one of the three lazy rivers at the property. Other amenities include free wireless internet, on-site restaurants and access to The Cinzia Spa at North Beach Plantation.
Crown Reef Resort
Crown Reef Resort is best recognized by the beautiful purple color that lights up Ocean Boulevard each night in Myrtle Beach. They have 514 guest rooms and suites with great ocean views and plenty of extras to create your home away from home. Guests at Crown Reef Resort can take advantage of lots of things to do around the hotel including more than 20 water features, an oceanfront fitness center, family-friendly activities and a video game room.
Landmark Resort is a wildly popular resort along the south avenues in Myrtle Beach. Accommodations range from spacious suites to three-bedroom penthouses. The H2Oasis Water Park located along the boulevard features a lap pool and nine-hole mini golf course. The indoor pool complex is the perfect way to spend a rare rainy day and is also great for the cooler months. There are three dining options at the hotel guests can take advantage of plus seasonal and poolside options.
Coral Beach Resort & Suites
Coral Beach Resort and Suites was named Best Family Accommodations in Myrtle Beach” by the Travel Channel. They offer oceanfront and ocean view condos and suites with a variety of floor plans. Coral Beach is home to an Entertainment Zone with eight bowling lanes, arcade games, foosball and more. If you’re looking for fun on the water hit up one of the indoor and outdoor pools and water activities or make your way down to the beach.
Paradise Resort was awarded the 2012 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor and is consistently named a favorite place to stay in Myrtle Beach. The resort was built in 2006 and rooms have been updated since. Take your pick from a suite or one- to four-bedroom condos with spectacular ocean views. Popular hotel features include multiple pools and whirlpools, food and beverage options, free DVD rentals and a full workout room.
Springmaid Beach Resort
Springmaid Beach Resort recently went through a multi-million dollar renovation to update the guest rooms at the property. Guests at the property have access to the Springmaid Pier plus an on-site mini golf course and arcade. Pools are scattered throughout the expansive property so be sure to try them all out to find your favorite. When you’re ready for a snack visit BARnacles Bar & Grille or Marlins Buffet.
Sandy Beach Oceanfront Resort
Sandy Beach Oceanfront Resort prides itself on having some of the top luxury rooms in the Myrtle Beach area. They offer over a dozen room types that feature a kitchen, bath and one, two or three bedrooms with some of the most comfortable beds around. The children’s interactive pool has a silly sub, dump buckets and waterfalls that kids can’t get enough of. Moms and Dads can lounge around in the indoor and outdoor pools or float along in the lazy river.