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Dunes Village Resort

Dunes Village Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Designed to appeal to kids and families, Dunes Village Resort is a 456-room, mid-range hotel on a wide stretch of beach with activities such as four water slides, a pirate ship-style playground, lazy river, indoor and outdoor pools, and lots of games. It’s located directly on Myrtle Beach and priced similarly to other nearby family-friendly properties, but decor and furnishings in the rooms (most with full kitchens and ocean-view balconies) could use an update, and the property charges a mandatory resort fee.

The Market Common Suites by ResortQuest

The Market Common Suites by ResortQuest Rating: 3.5 Pearls

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.

Camelot by the Sea

Camelot by the Sea Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located on the main drag of Ocean Boulevard in Downtown Myrtle Beach, Camelot by the Sea is a slight step above some of the chain hotels nearby -- there is free in-room Wi-Fi, all rooms have balconies, kitchens, and flat-screen TVs, and the fitness center is small but nice (though machines lack individual TVs). Kids will love the multiple pools, but thin walls mean some may have trouble sleeping. Other downsides: kitchens are dated, the comforters aren't high-quality, and there are signs of slight wear and tear (the bathrooms, for example, need new caulking).

Island Vista Resort

Island Vista Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 171-room Island Vista is a solid mid-range property located directly on the beach. Suites seem a bit outdated, with tube TVs and peachy floral bedspreads, but they are spacious and offer some great ocean views. In addition to a wide, clean beach, the resort features an attractive indoor/outdoor pool complex with Jacuzzis, a lazy river, and meandering pools.

Long Bay Resort

Long Bay Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Long Bay Resort, on the quieter north end of Central Myrtle Beach, offers 286 oceanfront condos, suites, efficiencies, and standard rooms, and several water activities, including a 250-foot enclosed heated lazy river that is open all year. The hotel could use some sprucing up, but it's on one of the most scenic stretches of Myrtle Beach, and within walking distance of many restaurants and bars.

Bay View Resort

Bay View Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Bay View Resort is a 250-room, mid-range hotel that is located across from the ocean and the Myrtle Beach boardwalk. Popular tourist attractions like the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel and 2nd Avenue Pier are within walking distance. The hotel charges a resort fee, but does not offer as many amenities as a typical resort (it lacks a full-service restaurant, an outdoor pool, and a spa). Rooms are spacious and some have amazing views, but furnishings and decor need updating.

Captain's Quarters Resort

Captain's Quarters Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Captain's Quarters Resort is like many hotels along Ocean Boulevard -- rooms are a bit worn, and the highlights are the beachfront location and the numerous pools (particularly the outdoor children's pool, complete with a pirate ship). The Ikea-esque light wood, bright aqua accent walls, and flat-screen TVs in the rooms add a little modern flair, but the comforters are low-quality, and in the suites, the kitchenettes are dated. The Downtown Myrtle Beach location is convenient, but don't expect tranquility -- the pool area gets packed with kids and partiers.

Caravelle Resort

Caravelle Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 540-room Caravelle Resort is like many hotels in Myrtle Beach -- it's right on the beach, there are numerous pools, and it's always crowded. The bedroom decor is a bit more up-to-date than at some nearby hotels, but several of the kitchens showed wear and tear and the elevators move slowly, especially considering the hoards of people in line to use them. Overall, the hotel is a good value -- with freebies like free Wi-Fi and free parking -- but it doesn't offer much more than you would expect in Myrtle Beach (although the fitness center is on the ground level with floor-to-ceiling windows, unlike the many basement fitness centers in the area).

Landmark Resort

Landmark Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Travelers looking to be right in the thick of things -- as well as right on the beach -- will find both at Landmark Resort. Located in Central Myrtle Beach on the Grand Strand, the resort and the surrounding area offers pretty much everything visitors could want for an action-packed South Carolina vacation, no car required. But keep in mind the hotel is just that -- a hotel, as opposed to a home-away-from-home that describes many other accommodations in Myrtle Beach.

Sonesta ES Suites Myrtle Beach

Sonesta ES Suites Myrtle Beach Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This inland property looks a bit more updated than most of Myrtle Beach's other mid-range hotels, but its out-of-the-way location is a major nuisance if you're in town to hit the beach. It offers spacious rooms and suites with contemporary -- albeit generic -- decor, fully stocked kitchenettes, spotless bathrooms, and free W-Fi. There is a small pool and a basketball court, but all in all, the property is better suited for business travelers than families.

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What's Your Style?

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  • Beach
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Locations

  • Bluffton
  • Central Myrtle Beach
  • Hilton Head
  • Isle of Palms
  • Kiawah Island
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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Brands

  • Staybridge Suites
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