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Changes for 2020: Renovations at Your Favorite Myrtle Beach Hotels

By Marissa Polascak
February 28, 2020

One of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States, Myrtle Beach welcomes more than 14 million visitors each year. Those guests make themselves at home at hotels and resorts along the Grand Strand, often returning to their favorite accommodations year after year. As spring approaches and brings with it the beginning of another beach season, those hotels and resorts spruce up and get ready. From smaller repairs and cleaning to major face-lifts and renovations, hotels along the beach are preparing for the 2020 season with renovations. 

Here is what some of our favorite hotel partners are doing to get ready: 

Grande Cayman Resort (formerly Long Bay)

7200 N Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
from 119
reviews

During the off-season, Long Bay Resort has been transformed into a new resort with a new name: Grande Cayman Resort. The renovated property is slated to re-open in spring 2020 with a new tropical vibe inside and out. The exterior of the resort will have a fresh coral-and-white color scheme, and the interior will feature an overhauled lobby, elevators, and Ocean View Cafe. Rooms have also been renovated with new flooring, fixtures, bedding, and decor. Beloved amenities like the indoor and outdoor polls, lazy river, and water slides are all included in the new Grande Cayman Resort. 

New Condos at Landmark Resort

1501 S. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
from 214
reviews

Landmark Resort is adding new accommodations options for the 2020 season with the addition of Ocean Escape by Landmark Resort. The new second-row condos are just steps away from the main Landmark Resort building and include all new appliances, furniture and bedding. The condos, which sleep up to 10 people, are equipped with full kitchens, free wi-fi, spacious living space, and washer/dryer units. 

Breakers Resort Myrtle Beach

Ocean front at 21st and 27th Ave N, Myrtle Beach, SC 29578
from 341
reviews

The Breakers Resort began renovations in 2019 that guests this year will be able to enjoy, most notably the addition of  The Cove indoor waterpark. The Cove featured five waterslides, including the Torpedo Shoot, twin Riptide Races slides, and the Twisted Typhoon. The waterpark is open year-round, offering the perfect escape from the hot of summer or the chill of winter. 

 

The Strand

2700 N. Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
from 61
reviews

The Strand, a boutique resort, in Myrtle Beach has been busy on outdoor improvements that guests will love! The resort renovated its outdoor pool deck and added a new, cozy outdoor seating area with a fire pit. 

Dunes Village Resort Myrtle Beach

5200 N Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
from 188
reviews

Dunes Village is a favorite resort among families because of its massive indoor waterpark and spacious accommodations. The resort has been busy sprucing up over the off-season with new pavers, slides, and mural in the waterpark; new paint, lighting, and carpet throughout the hotel; new cardio equipment in the gym; and a new outdoor water feature! 

Monterey Bay Myrtle Beach

6804 N Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
from 102
reviews

Monterey Bay Suites is an iconic oceanfront hotel with a brand new look for 2020. Guests and passersby will immediately notice the new color scheme on the outside of the building with a bold white, blue and green color palette. The changes extend to the inside of the all-suites resort with new furnishings, improved bedding selection, and added variety to the free deluxe breakfast. 

Dayton House Resort Myrtle Beach

2400 N Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
from 140
reviews

Dayton House is renovating every unit in the oceanfront resort for 2020. Renovations are expected to be completed by March. The resort includes a variety of room types, free daily deluxe breakfast, private balconies and free wi-fi.