Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Paradise Resort Myrtle Beach

 4.5 Avg. rating based on 111 reviews

2201 S Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577   

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Paradise Resort Highlights

  • Paradise Resort was built in 2006 and continues to impress vacationers today with its family-friendly amenities, oceanfront rooms, and convenient location.
  • Paradise Resort Myrtle Beach has 194 rooms with 11 different floor plans and a multitude of styles for groups of any size to enjoy a luxurious, comfortable stay.
  • Paradise Resort sits almost directly on the beach and features a pool deck on the oceanfront, just steps from the sand.
  • Enjoy a bounty of refreshing water amenities at Paradise Resort Myrtle Beach, including an oceanfront pool, an indoor pool, a kiddie pool, two hot tubs, and a lazy river.
  • This resort entertains all ages with its lawn games, pool deck, and oceanfront picnic areas.
  • Sandal’s Café serves breakfast daily, and the poolside Tiki Hut covers lunch and dinner all summer long, serving quick bites and refreshing drinks.

About Paradise Resort

The Paradise Resort lives up to its name, offering guests an alluring seaside escape. 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. This resort’s fantastic amenities, comfortable accommodations, and easy access to the beautiful white sandy beaches and attractions make vacation planning a breeze. 

Every unit at Paradise Resort Myrtle Beach features a private balcony, tasteful decorations, and convenient in-room amenities. One-bedroom options include an ocean view or oceanfront room or an oceanfront suite or condo. The traditional room features a compact fridge, a coffee maker, and a microwave tucked neatly in the bedroom area, while each suite and condo comes with a full kitchen and living room separated from the bedroom. Condos with 2 or 3 bedrooms sleep 8 to 12 guests and feature a full kitchen, a dining table, a living area with a sleeper sofa, laundry, and two full baths each. The largest accommodations include the 4-bedroom condo, which is a combination of a 3-bedroom unit and an ocean-view room, to sleep up to 16 guests.

When it’s time to head outside, Paradise Resort Myrtle Beach features a fantastic oceanfront pool area that entertains everyone. Swim laps or splash in the water, lounge on the spacious pool deck, or relax near the bar listening to live music. The cornhole boards and a life-size chess set also make family time fun, and the sandy beach is only steps from the pool deck, making beach days effortless. If you need a break from the summer sun or things to do when it rains, take a dip in the indoor pool, lazy river, or hot tub. 

Myrtle Beach restaurants are fantastic, but Paradise Resort offers its own excellent dining options so you won’t need to stray far for a good meal. Head to Sandal’s Café for its breakfast bar or made-to-order morning fare every day. The café is also open for lunch and dinner seasonally, and serves a selection of finger foods, sandwiches, and seafood baskets. Cool off at the Tiki Hut sipping a refreshing daiquiri, milkshake, or smoothie poolside, or grab ice cream from the Ben & Jerry’s scoop shop. In case anyone needs convincing to spring for a second scoop, a workout room with cardio equipment, free weights, and fitness machines is also available.

Around Paradise Resort in Myrtle Beach

Paradise Resort is situated in a prime location for sightseeing, featuring a variety of free things to do in Myrtle Beach nearby. An eight-minute drive in one direction takes you to The Market Common, a district with excellent boutique shops, popular restaurants, and entertainment. Travel in the opposite direction to arrive downtown at the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. Meander this mile-long promenade to discover souvenir shops, the famous SkyWheel attraction, and some of the best beachfront bars in Myrtle Beach. If you’re up for an outing a little farther away, head to Murrells Inlet, a charming fishing community 20 miles from Paradise Resort Myrtle Beach. Strolling Brookgreen Gardens is a highlight for nature lovers, and those wanting an adventurous evening out find nightlife spots on the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk more than hit the mark.

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Paradise Resort Myrtle Beach Reviews

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Avg. rating based on 111 reviews

  • Excellent

    Excellent just stayed this pass summer for 4 days /3nights loved it will be back next year.

    Felicia Cheatham user

  • Good place

    Good hotel ,great breakfast, nice rooms, friendly staff. User
    Mae Mitchell user

  • Hotel stay

    Very nice hotel User
    Leeann frost user

  • Great location and amazing staff

    We stayed at the Paradise 6 years ago, it was amazing, and we are now heading back this July! The staff upgraded us to a larger room, and it was perfect, all of our guests had their own space, it was perfect. Each morning the hotel staff greeted us with friendly words, and it started our days off in the right direction. The pool and grounds were beautiful, everything well kept and clean. The ocean is right in front of you, inviting you in to enjoy the beauty. Cannot wait for our summer trip, Myrtle it has been too long!! User
    Stephanie Gazzana-Martinez user

  • Amazing

    I arrived on 12/19/18. I got a room on the 15th floor. I found out that they are renovating the rooms. I went back and the manager gave us another room on the 9th floor. My family and I are having a blast.

    Nebra Lestet user