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The 16 Best Hotels in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Famous for its gorgeous beaches, scenic golf courses, and delicious seafood cuisine, Myrtle Beach is one of the best coastal towns for a fun vacation. With a wide variety of accommodation options available, it can be difficult to know exactly where to stay.

Whether you’re planning a family vacation, spring break with friends, or a romantic getaway, we’ve found the best Myrtle Beach hotels for all budget levels and interests. 

The Best Hotels in Downtown Myrtle Beach

If you’ve never been to Myrtle Beach, you should stay downtown. This area offers quick access to popular sights and attractions. You can shop, dine in top-rated restaurants, and enjoy scenic sunset views and entertainment options at the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. You’ll also be walking distance from the iconic Myrtle Beach SkyWheel. 

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Myrtle Beach Oceanfront

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Located right on the beach, SpringHill Suites by Marriot Myrtle Beach Oceanfront is a quick walk to all the exciting activities available downtown. But when you’re not going out on the town, you can enjoy recreational amenities at the hotel, including an outdoor swimming pool with a sun deck, a lazy river, and a waterslide for kids. Or you could lounge all day on the beach.

Guest rooms are spacious, and you’ll get a private balcony to catch beautiful views as the sun sets over the Atlantic Ocean. There’s also complimentary breakfast and an on-site restaurant. 

Hampton Inn Myrtle Beach Broadway at the Beach

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Broadway at the Beach is a great place to stay if you’re traveling with kids, as there are many entertainment options around. Restaurants, shopping, live shows, and family-friendly attractions, like the nearby Ripley’s Aquarium, will ensure you never get bored. 

The Hampton Inn Myrtle Beach Broadway at the Beach puts you at the center of Broadway at the Beach. The Hampton Inn is one of the cheapest hotels in Myrtle Beach, and there’s even a complimentary airport shuttle to help you stretch your budget even further.

Hilton Grand Vacations Club Ocean Enclave Myrtle Beach

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With its prime location on North Ocean Boulevard, Hilton Grand Vacations Club Ocean Enclave Myrtle Beach offers amazing views of the Atlantic from its spacious, modern rooms. The hotel is set just a few blocks from famed Myrtle Beach attractions, like the Myrtle Beach Skywheel and the Boardwalk. If you’d like to cook some of your meals, you’ll love the fully-equipped kitchens and spacious dining areas at this family-friendly hotel.

After a long day of fun at the beach, relax in Ocean Enclave’s hot tub or grab a drink with friends at the poolside bar.

Sheraton Myrtle Beach

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Attending an event at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center and want to stay nearby? Sheraton Myrtle Beach is a great choice. It’s only a few minutes from Broadway on the Beach and the strip, so you won’t miss out on anything. The hotel’s rooms feature wide floor-to-ceiling windows and comfortable beds, with incredible views of the surrounding city and the ocean. 

The Sheraton offers a bicycle rental service so you can explore the area on two wheels, an indoor pool, Starbucks coffee on-site, and a fully-equipped fitness center. 

La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Myrtle Beach Broadway Area

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Downtown Myrtle Beach offers convenient access to most attractions, but accommodation can be pricey. If you’re on a budget, La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Myrtle Beach Broadway Area is a clean, affordable hotel with free breakfast and a fitness center. It’s a 5-minute drive to Broadway on the Beach and has pet-friendly rooms if you intend to bring your furry friends along.

Homewood Suites by Hilton Myrtle Beach Coastal Grand Mall

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Got an early flight? Homewood Suites by Hilton Myrtle Beach Coastal Grand Mall is an 8-minute drive from the Myrtle Beach International Airport and offers a free shuttle. This pet-friendly hotel is well located, so you avoid the hustle and bustle of the beach but are close enough to all your favorite activities and shops. 

The roomy, modern suites (measuring up to 300 square feet) stand out. With complimentary breakfast, new facilities, and free private parking, this hotel is one of the best values if you aren’t insistent on oceanfront views.

The Best Hotels in Market Common and South Beach

Market Common and South Beach offer a serene environment for a romantic getaway. But if you’re traveling solo, you’ll also enjoy relaxing and tanning on this neighborhood’s quieter beaches. There are elaborately themed mini golf courses and the Myrtle Beach State Park close by, so you’ll always have access to exciting sights and activities.

Coral Beach Resort Hotel & Suites

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The Coral Beach Resort Hotel & Suites oceanfront resort is another option perfect for families with kids. It’s conveniently located near the Family Kingdom Amusement Park and is a 5-minute drive to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. You can also get great room deals here, making it an affordable choice on the beach.

There’s always something to do at Coral Beach: lounge on the expansive pool deck during the day, spend your evening bowling, or indulge in a monster milkshake at the ice cream shop.

Residence Inn by Marriott Myrtle Beach Oceanfront

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Spacious suites, private oceanfront balconies, and a pet-friendly policy make Residence Inn by Marriott Myrtle Beach Oceanfront a great place to stay. All suites have full kitchens and sofa beds making it perfect for groups.

Enjoy meals and cocktails at the hotel’s Driftwood Bar & Grill when you’re not exploring Myrtle Beach.

Best Luxury Hotels in The Dunes

If you’re craving a luxury travel experience, you should stay in the exclusive Dunes neighborhood of Myrtle Beach. The upscale hotels here offer beach access, have some of the best golf courses in the area, and are a short drive to downtown. 

Marriott Myrtle Beach Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes

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Looking for some pampering? Book a stay at Marriott Myrtle Beach Resort & Spa at Grand Dunes. Enjoy soothing massages, facials, and body treatments at the Hibiscus Spa, then end the day with cocktails at the Ocean Blu lounge. 

Guest rooms have ocean-view and resort-view balcony options and are tastefully furnished with minimalistic hardwood furniture. Dine and relax at Ocean’s on 82nd, an on-site restaurant serving international cuisine all day. 

Dunes Village Resort 

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Myrtle Beach beaches and water parks attract thousands of families seeking a fun vacation with their little ones every year. Dunes Village Resort has Palm Water Park, a 30,000-square-foot all-season water park with a lazy river that’s perfect for kids. You can sign your children up for a kids’ club with supervised activities while you enjoy a well-deserved break.

The hotel also has five dining options and recreational activities for all ages, including tennis and basketball courts. With smoke-free premises and suites that can accommodate up to 10 guests, this resort is perfect for large groups or families. 

Marina Inn at Grande Dunes

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The luxurious Marina Inn at Grande Dunes overlooks the marina and avoids the busy parts of Myrtle Beach. However, it’s only a short drive from attractions like the Carolina Opry Theater and Barefoot Landing. Experience fine dining at WaterScapes, then enjoy a couple’s spa session with your partner.

Marina Inn offers guests private beach access to enjoy the sun without a crowd. All day, you can catch stunning views of the water from your private balcony. For golfers, the hotel has a golf course on-site and is centrally located to the best golf courses in north and south Myrtle Beach. 

Best Hotels in North Myrtle Beach

If you want to escape the crowds but enjoy the perks of a beach city, North Myrtle Beach is your best bet. This slice of the Grand Strand offers white-sand beaches, beautiful hotels, lush green parks, and golf courses. It’s perfect for families with attractions like Alligator Adventure, an animal park featuring swamps and reptiles. You can also go on fairground rides and try traditional snacks at O.D. Pavilion Amusement Park.  

Club Wyndham Towers on the Grove

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Located on the beach in Cherry Grove, Club Wyndham Towers on the Grove offers guests unique experiences. You can enjoy a leisurely day of fishing at Cherry Grove Pier. The newly-renovated Towers on the Grove puts you steps away from the beach. When you’re not hunting for shark teeth, you can enjoy a family picnic at Cherry Grove Park. Suites are equipped with a washer and dryer and full kitchens. There’s also a grocery store nearby for your day-to-day needs if you don’t want to dine out for every meal.

Courtyard by Marriott Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing

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Courtyard by Marriott Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing puts you in the most central location of North Myrtle Beach. It’s a short walk to Barefoot Landing for your shopping and about a mile to the beach. There’s an indoor swimming pool, a hot tub, and an outdoor gazebo to unwind and enjoy the fresh air. Work desks, ergonomic chairs, and seating areas make this hotel a good option for remote workers.

North Beach Resort & Villas

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Go on a water adventure with your friends at North Beach Resort & Villas. This beachfront resort with Georgian architecture on the Grand Strand features a 2.5-acre water park with a lazy river, swim-up pool bar, and private cabanas. 

Out of the water, guests will enjoy access to a full-service golf course, wellness packages at the Cinzia spa, and juicy meals at 21 Main Steakhouse. 

Quality Inn & Suites

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Complimentary breakfast, free self-parking, and low prices make Quality Inn & Suites one of the most budget-friendly hotels in Myrtle Beach. Located on Highway 17, you’ll have easy access to lots of dining options, stores, Cherry Grove Beach, and even a Walmart.

Rooms are cozy, and after a day in town, the blackout curtains make it easy to enjoy a good night’s sleep.

Avista Resort

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Avista Resort is a short walk to Main Street, where you can relish local and international cuisine. The large resort features two outdoor swimming pools, a heated indoor pool, a lazy river, and two hot tubs.

If you’ve had enough of the beach, enjoy a relaxing day out at McLean Park. This beautiful park has a lake, tennis courts, and picnic shelters and is a 13-minute walk from Avista Resort.

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