Myrtle Beach Hotels with the Best Pool Features
If water fun is what you're after, resorts along the Grand Strand are sure to deliver. The amount of pools, types of pools and fun water features at a resort can play a huge factor in deciding where to stay and nowadays, hotels and resorts go above and beyond to provide the best of the best. That's why we've come up with a list of the hotels with the best pool features in town.
Caribbean Resort & Villas Myrtle Beach
For more than 40 years, the Caribbean Resort has been a Myrtle Beach fan favorite. The extensive renovations to the resort have helped ensure that it will remain a popular choice for years to come. The water attractions at the Caribbean are truly second to none. Kids will love the giant slide, The Pirate’s Plunge with its full oceanfront water park. You’ll love the calming lazy river and indoor and outdoor pool selections.
Compass Cove Resort Myrtle Beach
Compass Cove, a family favorite around the Grand Strand, is known for their extensive water features. They have more than 20 different pool features including two waterslides and six indoor and outdoor pools. Take the time to ease your mind into vacation mode by relaxing in one of the many Jacuzzi tubs or lazy rivers. Whatever type of pool you’re looking for, you can find it at Compass Cove.
Coral Beach Resort and Suites Myrtle Beach
It’s probably safe to say the plethora of pools and water attractions helped Coral Beach Resort to become a family favorite. Guests can enjoy indoor and outdoor pools, an on-site waterpark, indoor and outdoor Jacuzzis, kiddie pools and a lazy river. If that’s not enough to cool you down, the easy access to the sparkling waters of the Atlantic Ocean is sure to please.
Crown Reef Beach Resort and Waterpark
Can you say giant water slides? That's exactly what Crown Reef Resort added back in 2014 at their brand new water park. The Water Park at the resort offers year-round family fun with a 278-foot long tube waterslide and a 302-foot single rider slide. Other new features include a slide for kiddos and Salty's Splah House with a tree house, dump buckets and submarine.
Dunes Village Resort Myrtle Beach
A 30,000 foot indoor water park equipped with a Silly Submarine and adult-size waterslides is just the beginning of the water mania offered at Dunes Village Resort. Soak up the sun on the oceanfront pool deck while sipping on a cool cocktail from the pool-side bar. Then get ready for a little friendly competition as you head to the massive swimming pool with volleyball and basketball.
North Beach Resort & Villas Myrtle Beach
North Beach Plantation is described as an “oceanfront masterpiece.” Once you set foot on the expansive property, you’ll fall in love. The Caribbean theme pool offers swim-up pool bars, lounging pools, bubbling hot tubs, fountains and a lazy river. For a luxurious experience, reserve your own private cabana and listen to the sounds of the calming ocean. However you like to spend your days, you’re sure to find the perfect spot at North Beach Plantation.
Oceans One Myrtle Beach
Oceans One Resort is defined by its modern architecture overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Find your favorite waterscape among the bevy of indoor and outdoor pools and water features like waterfalls and whirlpools, just to name a few. The expansive pool deck makes it easy to mingle with new friends while working on your tan. The little ones will love the splash and play area, built just for them!
Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort Myrtle Beach
Brand new to Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort is a wet and wild water park packed with a shipwreck and submarine. Freddie the Frog and a rainmaker can be found in the children’s activity pool. Mom and Dad will love the indoor and outdoor pools, lazy rivers and Jacuzzis. Near the pool deck is the Malibu Beach Bar & Oceanfront Snack Bar with live entertainment and karaoke for fun all day and night long.
The Caravelle Resort Myrtle Beach
The expansive poolscape at The Caravelle Resort coves an entire block along the Atlantic Ocean. Take a dip in the large outdoor pool or play with the little ones in the Wild Water Pool with bucket dumps and spraying fountains. During the cooler months you may not be able to hit the beach but the heated indoor pool and hot tubs on the seventh floor are big hit with visitors and will feed your water appetite.
Let us know which Myrtle Beach resort has your favorite pools and water features in the comments!