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In a planned urban village right by the airport, a mile from the beach
Located south of Downtown Myrtle Beach, the property stands inside a planned urban village. It is surrounded by stores, restaurants, jogging trails, and a movie theater, but none of Myrtle Beach's major attractions are within walking distance.
It is adjacent to the airport grounds (but few guests have complained about the noise), and the gorgeous Myrtle Beach State Park (to which guests get free passes) is a short drive away.
Continually ranked as one of America's best family beach destinations, Myrtle Beach offers visitors one-of-a-kind nightlife, more than 100 golf courses, and 60 miles of sandy shoreline. It's known to get a bit jam-packed, although the off-season brings smaller crowds -- but not those high southern temps ideal for sunbathing.
Also known as the Grand Strand, the coast offers a number of water activities, including deep sea fishing, jet skiing, and banana boat rides. Wide, clean beaches are great for sunbathing.
In addition to renowned restaurants featuring Myrtle Beach's distinctive Lowcountry cuisine, the area also features eateries serving international fare, including African, French, and Irish dishes.
This upper-middle-range property is located inside a planned urban village on the site of a former air force base, within walking distance of many shops and eateries. It has 81 spacious one- and two-bedroom suites and studios with contemporary decor, fully equipped kitchens, washer/dryer combos, and balconies. But there is no maid service and the property lacks a fitness center and pool. Also, you’ll have to drive to the beach and to any major attractions.