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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.
Surfside Beach Resort

Surfside Beach Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Location is perhaps the biggest draw of this mid-range 160-room hotel, which was once a Days Inn and has undergone renovations during the past year. It is situated directly on the sand in Surfside Beach, a smaller enclave about eight-and-a-half miles south of Myrtle beach, which is rife with restaurants, bars, surf shacks, and small shops. The hotel does not have a great number of amenities apart from a small pool and hot tub, but guests have free access to the nearby Surfside Pier for fishing and dining. Renovated rooms generally get high marks from guests for cleanliness, and all rooms have free Wi-Fi, coffeemakers, and mini-fridges. Many rooms have balconies, though views are not directly onto the beach.
Atlantic Breeze Ocean Resort, Oceana Resorts

Atlantic Breeze Ocean Resort, Oceana Resorts Rating: 3.0 Pearls

A 90-room oceanfront condo property built in 2008, the Atlantic breeze Ocean Resort is a mid-range family-friendly property in North Myrtle Beach. Privately owned, the condos can vary greatly from one another, and it's a good idea to request photos before booking. Most units have kitchenettes with cookware, tableware, glassware, and utensils, and can accommodate large groups of people. While the beach is the main draw, there are a variety of pools, including an oceanfront heated pool, a lazy river, and a seasonal indoor heated pool, and water activities for both kids and adults. The Waikiki Village is another budget-friendly option, but the beach is across the street.
Hotel Blue

Hotel Blue Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Hotel Blue's beachfront location, large pool with swim-up bar, and regular pool parties make it a solid value for sun seekers who want to have a good time. It also offers a sleek contemporary design in its public places and a lobby bar, which makes it stand out from other hotels in the area. The rooms, however, are well worn out and are in need of a renovation.
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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Oyster Pearl Rating

  • Award-Winning

What's Your Style?

  • Party
  • Beach
  • Resort
  • Value
  • Business
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Locations

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

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Business Center
  • Cabanas at Pool
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