Places of Interest
Myrtle Beach hotels
Myrtle Beach is known both as a beach resort and a golfer's paradise. The Grand Strand has more than sixty miles of sandy beach, and there are more than one hundred golf courses to choose from. As for Myrtle Beach hotels, there is a wide range of choices to choose from. There are small, family-owned hotels and motels as well as luxury hotel chains. Ocean front rooms cost the most, but you can find cheaper rates further inland, off the beach.
Myrtle Beach Quick Picks and Tips
The Myrtle Beach Convention Center offers spaces both large and small for conventions, meetings, and public events. It is also centrally located and easy to find from Myrtle Beach hotels.
There are literally hundreds of restaurants in the Myrtle Beach area, and seafood is the specialty. Nance's in Murrell's Inlet has been around for decades, and is still considered one of the best places to eat. Cagney's Old Place is a local favorite that serves steak as well as seafood. Casual dress is fine for almost any place at the beach.
Major Point of Interest
After the beach, Ocean Boulevard is the place to be. Lined with arcades, fun museums, and gift shops, and boasting a brand new boardwalk, Ocean Boulevard is a must visit spot.
The Coastal Grand Mall, Broadway at the Beach, and the Market Commons are just a few of the places that offer everything from clothing to jewelry to surf and sporting goods.
In the summer, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans are the minor league team to go see and cheer for.