North Myrtle Beach Hotels
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North Beach Plantation

North Beach Plantation Rating: 4.0 Pearls

North Beach Plantation is one of the few upscale properties in Myrtle Beach -- and it's arguably the best of the bunch. Configured as condos and townhouses, accommodations are impeccably neat and clean. Sizes range from one-bedroom condos to five-bedroom cottages, making this a convenient pick for groups of any size. A high-end spa, a famous Myrtle Beach restaurant, a beachfront location and multiple options for pools means there is plenty to do on the property. Just note that it's a 25-minute drive to the boardwalk; those who prefer a more central location may want to consider the Anderson Ocean Club & Spa.

Atlantic Breeze Ocean Resort

Atlantic Breeze Ocean Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The family-friendly, 90-room Atlantic Breeze Ocean Resort has mid-range condo-style rooms featuring full kitchens, which are conveniently stocked with plenty of plates, glasses, and utensils, as well as dish soap and dishwasher detergent. Its beachfront location and large pools (half in the shade, half in the sun) are the main draw, and its location in North Myrtle Beach makes it a bit less crowded (if a bit farther from some tourist attractions) than Downtown Myrtle Beach hotels.

Sea Watch Resort

Sea Watch Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 275-room Sea Watch Resort is located in a lower-key area a 20-minute drive from Downtown Myrtle Beach. Its studios and apartments all have full kitchens, as well as separate sleeping and living areas, but the decor is slightly dated, and bathrooms are nothing special. The main draw here is the wonderful beach to which the hotel has direct access, and the six pools (and ten Jacuzzis). The many kid-friendly perks, like the two lazy rivers, the game room, and the children’s activities program, make it a solid pick for families.

Bay Watch Resort & Conference Center

Bay Watch Resort & Conference Center Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Bay Watch Resort & Conference Center's 356 large rooms are basic and functional, but could use a fresh coat paint and multiple updates, especially to the dressers and bedspreads. While the on-site amenities, like the gym and numerous large pools, are convenient, they also need some TLC (particularly the mildew on the ceiling in the gym). There isn't a resort on the south side of the hotel, which helps keep the beach (relatively speaking) rather quiet. All in all all, it's a so-so family-friendly option in less-crowded North Myrtle Beach.

Prince Resort at the Cherry Grove Pier

Prince Resort at the Cherry Grove Pier Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Prince Resort is a solid mid-range pick in North Myrtle Beach. It offers 175 one-, two- and three-bedroom condos with full kitchens, floor-to-ceiling windows, private balconies and sleeper sofas, in two towers right on the beach. The resort features several pools --including a lazy river and a kiddy pool -- a decent oceanfront restaurant, a small fitness center, and miles and miles of beach. But decor is dated and rooms are showing a lot of tear and wear. The property has certainly seen better days, but it still offers good value to families and large groups.

Ocean Creek Resort

Ocean Creek Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This North Myrtle Beach resort is a perfect place for those looking for a quiet beach vacation. Guests need a car to get to most of the main Myrtle beach attractions, but access to the beach is made easy by a tram the resort provides. Located behind a 24-hour security gate, the resort attracts a mix of families and snowbirds looking to escape the colder weather up north. Units are clean and tidy, and decor has been updated throughout most of the property. Amenities, such as a tennis facility and a grill area with live entertainment, provide on-site action.

Avista Resort

Avista Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 378-room Avista Resort offers guests lots of options on the activities front, like convenient beach access, multiple indoor and outdoor pools and lazy rivers, and a large fitness center with various cardio machines. Oceanside, higher-level rooms have killer views, but all rooms have tacky decor, like uncomfortable, bright bedspreads and an overabundance of ruffled towels. Its location in North Myrtle Beach is a bit farther away from Downtown's touristy attractions, but it gives guests a bit of a break from the crowds and hustle.

Beach Cove Resort

Beach Cove Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Beach Cove Resort is the kind of place travelers book when they're not too interested in venturing far from the resort. Located in North Myrtle Beach, the oceanfront resort isn't in the thick of the Myrtle Beach action. But if seclusion is what's sought, the Beach Cove Resort is a good option. The U-shape of the resort keeps it secluded, and the 320 ocean-facing rooms invite sea breezes instead of street traffic noise. With lots to do at Beach Cove Resort -- including several pools and a lively beach bar -- there's enough here for visitors who seek a low-key Myrtle Beach vacation. For those who do want to explore off property, it's a seven-minute drive to the shops and restaurants at Barefoot Landing.

Embassy Suites Myrtle Beach-Oceanfront Resort

Embassy Suites Myrtle Beach-Oceanfront Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Located right on the sand in North Myrtle Beach, the Embassy Suites is a step above some of the other mega-hotels that crowd Myrtle Beach. Sure, the 255-suite hotel is packed with families during the summer months, but the contemporary two-room suites with light wood furniture, blue fabrics, and polka dot accents; free evening snack and drink receptions; and the fitness complex -- complete with tennis courts and an indoor pool -- make this hotel stand out from the rest.

Sands Ocean Club Resort

Sands Ocean Club Resort Rating: 2.5 Pearls

It's not fancy, but this budget resort does have a variety of features -- including a spa, a kids' club, and the popular, party-friendly Ocean Annie's Beach Bar -- plus free admission to a few area attractions thrown in. Rooms have kitchenettes and private balconies. Just know that the rooms and public spaces could use updating, some guests complain of bugs and maintenance issues, and the North Myrtle Beach location is a 15-minute drive from the boardwalk.

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Locations

  • North Myrtle Beach
  • Bluffton
  • Central Myrtle Beach
  • Hilton Head
  • Isle of Palms
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Bar at Pool
  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • Embassy Suites
  • Oceana Resorts
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