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Myrtle Beach Resort Condos - Myrtle Beach The oceanfront Myrtle Beach Resort is nestled on 33 peaceful acres, secured by a majestic gated entrance. Inside the gates, you will discover an oceanfront wonderland filled with a 375 ft lazy river and wet deck (new for 2005), four outdoor pools (one heated), two indoor pools, one outdoor and three indoor whirlpools, an exercise room, saunas, steam rooms, tennis courts (lighted for night play), basketball, shuffleboard, volleyball and a children's playground. This entire recreational wonderland is free to vacationers staying in our fully furnished villas. Check out the website
Phone: 1.888.627.3767 Price Range: $39 - $269 Size: 210 Units Open Season: Jan 01 - Dec 31
Kids Allowed: Yes Pets Allowed: No Restaurant Onsite: No Conference Facility: Yes
Nearest Popular City: Myrtle Beach Nearest Lake/River: N/A Languages: English Lodging Types: Beach Resorts, Condos, Family Resorts, Resort Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Villas Activities: Beach Activities, Golfing, Shopping, Sightseeing, Swimming Pool / Lake, Tennis, Theme Parks
Condo Vacation Rentals - North Myrtle Beach Welcome to the newest premier oceanfront high rises in North Myrtle Beach! Find five times the space of the average hotel room with a living area, dining room and cozy bedrooms on your beautiful oceanfront vacation! Enjoy sparkling beaches, pools, championship golf, first-class entertainment, dining and shopping. Condo vacation rentals has affordable family sized accommodations. Choose from one to four-bedroom condos with up to three full baths. Bring your luggage, good spirits, tennis racquet, golf clubs, beach towel and we'll take care of the rest! Check out the website
Phone: 1.800.845.0631 Price Range: $60 - $370 Size: 100 Units Open Season: Jan 01 - Dec 31
Kids Allowed: Yes Pets Allowed: No Restaurant Onsite: Yes Conference Facility: No
Nearest Popular City: Myrtle Beach Nearest Lake/River: N/A Languages: English Lodging Types: Beach Resorts, Condos, Family Resorts, Golf Resorts, Vacation Rentals Activities: Golfing, Gourmet Dining, Shopping, Swimming Pool / Lake, Tennis
Ocean Plaza Golf Resort - Myrtle Beach Our central location to all the great golf courses, combined with special savings on a variety of year round golf packages, make Ocean Plaza a great choice for a Myrtle Beach golf vacation. When you're not on the course, you'll appreciate our comfortable, casual and modern accommodations. Swimming and relaxing are no problem, as we feature an oceanfront pool, elevated indoor pool and two indoor hot tubs. Check out the website
Phone: Tel: 843-448-7191 Price Range: $76 - $150 Size: 50 - 200 Units Open Season: N/A
Kids Allowed: Yes Pets Allowed: No Restaurant Onsite: No Conference Facility: No
Nearest Popular City: Myrtle Beach Nearest Lake/River: N/A Languages: English Lodging Types: Golf Resorts Activities: Beach Activities, Golfing
Myrtle Beach is a coastal resort city in Horry County, South Carolina, United States. It is the de facto hub of both the Myrtle Beach metropolitan area and the Grand Strand, a complex of beach towns and barrier islands stretching from Little River, South Carolina to Georgetown, South Carolina.
Arising from a getaway for lumber workers from Conway, South Carolina, Myrtle Beach has rapidly developed into a major tourist destination in the Southeastern United States in the late 20th century and 2000s.
Hosting over 14.6 million visitors annually, The Grand Strand is home to an array of tourist attractions, and the area receives a large influx of visitors during all seasons.
Myrtle Beach hosts a variety of special conventions, events, and musical concerts. The area's attractions include its beaches and many golf courses, as well as a number of amusement parks, an aquarium, an IMAX theater, retail developments and over 1,900 restaurants including seafood restaurants, and a number of shopping complexes. The area also has dinner theaters, nightclubs, and many tourist shops. Myrtle Beach has an estimated 460 hotels, with many on the beachfront, and approximately 89,000 accommodation units in total. Also in the city is Myrtle Waves, one of the largest water parks on the eastern seaboard.
The Carolina Opry is another highly-acclaimed attraction, which features various musical, comedy, dance, and entertainment shows, including The Carolina Opry (variety show), Good Vibrations (best of the 60s, 70s, and 80s), LIGHT—a Laser Extravaganza. During the holiday season, the venue hosts The Carolina Opry Christmas Special. It is currently housed in a 2,200 seat theater.
The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk opened in 2010 and has been recognized as the nation's #3 boardwalk by National Geographic and one of the best US boardwalks by Travel + Leisure magazine. Scheduled to open at the boardwalk in May, 2011 is The Myrtle Beach Skywheel, a 200-foot (61 m) observation wheel, similar to a ferris wheel, with glass gondolas that look over the Atlantic Ocean. This will be the first wheel of its kind in the U.S. Myrtle Beach State Park, established in 1935, has just under a mile of Grand Strand beach and is a prime location for swimming, hiking and fishing.
The Myrtle Beach Convention Center is a large facility that hosts an array of different meetings, conferences, exhibits, and special events every year. The expansive center, which opened in 2003, also features a Sheraton hotel and resort.
Myrtle Beach welcomed Hard Rock Park in 2008, which was themed after the popular Hard Rock Cafe chain. After financial issues, the park became Freestyle Music Park for the 2009 season. The park features attractions themed after different genres of music, such as the British Invasion. The park did not open for the 2010 season however, and is currently tied up in legal issues.
Each March since 1951 during Ontario's spring break, Myrtle Beach has hosted Canadian-American Days, also known as Can-Am Days. Tens of thousands tourists flock to the area for a week's worth of special events. Myrtle Beach is also home to Coastal Uncorked, a food and wine festival held in the late spring annually.
With numerous professional fireworks displays along the oceanfront, Myrtle Beach is recognized among the top destinations for Fourth of July travel. Priceline.com ranked Myrtle Beach among its top 20 destinations for Fourth of July in 2010.
It is notable that gambling is not legal in South Carolina. However, Myrtle Beach residents and visitors have access to gambling by boat, which transports passengers into international waters beyond the reach of federal and state gambling laws.
Myrtle Beach Bike Week, also called "Harley Bike Week" is a week-long motorcycle rally that started in 1940 and attracted as many as 200,000 visitors to the city every May. Black Bike Week, founded in 1980, takes place the weekend around Memorial Day Weekend and is the largest African American motorcycle rally in the US and attracts as many as 400,000 visitors. The event was created in response to a history of discrimination against African-American visitors and riders to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand Area.
The Myrtle Beach government created 15 new laws aimed at preventing all sanctioned motorcycle events within the city in response to controversy including accusations of racism by African-American riders during their event and complaints of lawlessness and poor behavior during all highly attended events. Several lawsuits by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) against Myrtle Beach businesses were settled with agreements that discrimination cease, compensation be given to some plaintiffs, and employees be given diversity training. The NAACP suit against the City of Myrtle Beach was settled in 2006 without the city paying damages, but with the agreement police would use the same traffic control rules during both the black and the white motorcycle rallies.
The South Carolina Supreme Court in June 2010 unanimously overturned one of the 15 ordinances, which had required all motorcyclists to wear helmets, on the grounds that the state law, requiring helmets only for riders under age 21, cannot be preempted by a city ordinance. In addition, the Court ruled, the ordinance created undue confusion, and that the city itself had invalidated their own helmet law and some other ordinances in a subsequent amendment. The law had been challenged by a group of motorcyclists and a group of Myrtle Beach businesses called BOOST, Business Owners Organized to Support Tourism, who opposed the city's anti-motorcycle tourism policy.
Myrtle Beach has many different stores and malls, is one of the largest shopping areas in the Southeastern United States, and is the largest shopping destination in South Carolina.
Barefoot Landing opened in 1988 and currently includes 100 stores, restaurants and attractions. The center also has the Alabama Theatre, which has concerts by traditional country music singers. The center also includes a golf resort.
Coastal Grand Mall opened in 2004 and is the largest indoor mall in the state. The mall, which has indoor and outdoor shopping areas, has a gross leasable area of 1,047,732 square feet. The single-story facility features five anchor stores (including Belk, JCPenney, and Dillard's), a 14-screen movie theater, a food court, and roughly 170 stores in total.
Myrtle Beach Mall is 525,385 square feet, and features three anchor stores, notably Bass Pro Shops, as well as Belk and JCPenney. The single-story mall also has a 12-screen movie theater, a food court, and a variety of other specialty stores. This is formerly known as Colonial Mall, and originally Briarcliffe Mall.
Tanger Outlets at Myrtle Beach features over 100 brand name outlets from many of the country's most popular brands, such as Nautica and Sony. It is located on U.S. Route 501 entering the city.
Broadway at the Beach is a shopping complex set on 350 acres (1.4 km2) along the Highway 17 Bypass, featuring three theaters, 17 restaurants and more than 100 specialty shops as well as attractions, nightclubs, and three hotels, all surrounding the 23-acre (93,000 m2) Lake Broadway. It is the largest festival entertainment complex in South Carolina. Notable attractions are an IMAX theater, Ripley's Aquarium, Hard Rock Cafe, Planet Hollywood, Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville, and The Pavilion Nostalgia Park.
The Market Common Myrtle Beach is a lifestyle center featuring several upscale shops, a movie theater. It is located on the site of the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base.
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