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Myrtle Beach Vacations

Waves crash against pylons beneath the timeworn planks of the pier. Slowing your stroll, you pause a moment to scan your surroundings. From here, among a multitude of anglers keeping eyes on their lines, you absorb sweeping vistas of the white sand’s flawless contours, and bask in the yesteryear charm of beach houses painted pale shades of blue, pink, and yellow. This Myrtle Beach getaway has opened your eyes in so many ways, wise wanderer, but it’s the beauty here that will stay with you forever. When you take a vacation in Myrtle Beach, you’re entering a modern city that’s rich with history. Whether you’re traveling solo, with your sweetheart by your side, or with the whole family along for the ride, entertainment options abound in and around this city. When you book a Myrtle Beach vacation, here’s a glimpse of what you can expect.

Major Attractions

Get ready for golf, sand, and sun—the staples of recreation in Myrtle Beach. There’s no shortage of mini-golf venues, and you can bring your clubs to play a full 18 holes at the plenitude of country clubs and golf courses. Soak up the great outdoors off the greens, either stretched out on a towel or with a visit to Myrtle Beach State Park. When night falls, head to Broadway at the Beach for an impressive mix of entertainment options. Myrtle Beach car rentals can help you get around town and check out the Hollywood Wax Museum…or roll down the top and drive a bit farther to explore the nearby beach town of Murrells Inlet.

Hotels in Myrtle Beach

When booking a beach vacation near Myrtle Beach, choosing where to stay is an important consideration. There are dozens of hotels in the area, with accommodations to suit travelers of any stripe. Here’s a quick look at four of the most popular options.

  • Sea Mist: Kids of all ages will have an unforgettable stay at the Sea Mist, which boasts the largest arcade and waterpark of any hotel in Myrtle Beach. Put your reflexes to the test while playing the gaggle of games at Arcade Dy-na-mite, or give your eyes a rest as your float along Wahoo Water Park’s lazy river. Keep the fun alive at nearby Falls Miniature Golf Course, then get a good night’s sleep before an all-you-can-eat breakfast at the Sea Mist’s on-site restaurant.
  • Dunes Village Resort: Slip and splash at exhilarating speeds on any of the adult-sized waterslides at this hotel’s indoor waterpark. Prefer things at a slower pace? Take a dip in the epic outdoor swimming pool or give your muscles some relief in any of the hotel’s hot tubs. Then, after a long day of aquatic activities, fill your belly at either of the on-site restaurants.
  • Compass Cove Resort: Wriggle your toes in the sand…and then dip them into any of the 23 pools at this resort set right on the beach. Ready to see the sights? Take in unparalleled views from atop the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, or see the scenery up close with a trip through Myrtle Beach State Park. Play a few rounds of shuffleboard when you’re back at Compass Cove, then grab a tropical drink in the island-inspired tiki bar.
  • Dayton House Resort: Feel the cool ocean air rush over your skin at this upscale resort that’s pleased to pamper you. Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, this hotel is in the perfect spot to let you relax after a busy day. Rest up in the sunshine from the oceanfront tanning lawn, or head out on the town and explore the local sights. Give your taste buds a treat at John's Restaurant, or drop by the Yella Umbrella poolside bar for a refreshing beverage.

Festivals and Events

Experience this city’s scenery at its peak by booking a Myrtle Beach vacation package during the busy spring festival. If you live for classic cars and exotic autos, the Run to the Sun show in March lets you see fleets of stunning vehicles. May hosts one of the newer Myrtle Beach festivals, the Salt Games, but the celebration of various water sports is already becoming a favorite for visitors and locals.

Our vacation deals in Myrtle Beach help you save hundreds of dollars by booking a hotel and flight at the same time, leaving you with more to spend on festivals, dining, and entertainment. So why wait? Start planning your dream vacation in South Carolina today.

Tours and Activities in Myrtle Beach

There's nothing wrong with a regular retreat relaxing by the pool, but traveling ought to be about experiencing new things. So why not get stuck into some exciting new adventures? (That way, you'll have plenty more to brag about to your friends back home!)

There are so many things for you to try in Myrtle Beach. If you're having trouble deciding, here are our leading picks:

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Myrtle Beach?
Starting from as little as $492, hotel and flight packages are a superb way to stretch your vacation budget even further. Myrtle Beach, here you come!
How long should my Myrtle Beach vacation be?
Many travelers choose to spend about 3 nights in Myrtle Beach. But that’s not set in stone. Whether you decide to stay for a few days or a few weeks, you’ll love discovering all the incredible things that this destination has to offer.
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Myrtle Beach?
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Why should I book my Myrtle Beach vacation bundle with Travelocity?
Whether you’re planning a weeks-long vacation or a last-minute escape, we have loads of tempting destinations to choose from at an affordable rate. And on top of that, we provide customer support 24/7, top-notch service and a Price Match Guarantee. Save yourself the effort and time and book your dream vacation now.
Can I save on my Myrtle Beach car rental if I bundle it with hotels and flights?
You certainly can — bundle your flight, car and hotel into a Myrtle Beach vacation package and you’ll save tons. With so many places to explore in Myrtle Beach, having your own set of wheels will make exploring easy. Once you’ve buckled yourself in, turn up the tunes and make your way to USS Yorktown, a well-known attraction around 85 mi from Myrtle Beach.
What is the best time of year to go to Myrtle Beach?
You’ll nab the lowest hotel prices around and pay the highest prices in . You can usually expect it to be more relaxed in , while you’ll find many more fellow travelers to hang out with in the months of . It comes down to what you’re willing to pay, the weather conditions and how well you deal with crowds.
Which airport is best for Myrtle Beach?
One top option is Myrtle Beach Intl. Airport (MYR). From here, you’ll need to head east for roughly 3 mi to reach the heart of Myrtle Beach. Another great choice is Florence Regional Airport (FLO), which is 60 mi away from central Myrtle Beach.
What is there to do in Myrtle Beach?
Myrtle Beach is teeming with sights to check out, including Broadway at the Beach and Ripley’s Aquarium. These renowned attractions are at the top of most tourists’ to-do lists.
Where should I stay when visiting Myrtle Beach?
Many travelers choose to spend their nights at the Sandcastle Oceanfront Resort South Beach. It’s the perfect base for your Myrtle Beach vacation.
Can I go on vacation to Myrtle Beach at this time?
We have the local knowledge to help make your travel dreams come true, so before organizing your trip to Myrtle Beach, look over our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. Here you’ll find current info about quarantine policies, travel restrictions and other important advice.

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