Choose the right place to stay as well as the best places to play in Myrtle Beach
Where you stay during your Myrtle Beach golf vacation is just as important as where you play. And like the wide selection of championship layouts on the Grand Strand, Myrtle Beach Golf also offers great deals on some of the best accommodations on the beach.
Many golfers make the mistake of putting all their focus on which courses to play while giving little thought to where they stay. If you think about it, you will be spending more time in your room than on the links, so it’s smart to choose the right accommodations for you and your crew.
Myrtle Beach Golf has a winning partnership with Brittain Resorts, the largest hotelier on the Grand Strand, to offer discounted rates as part of our Stay & Play package plans. For those looking for the right resort to fit their lifestyles, here’s a quick breakdown of what each property offers that sets them apart from the rest:
Bay View on the Boardwalk: Up for some fun in the heart of Myrtle Beach’s downtown district. This resort adjoins the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and is only steps from Plyler Park, the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel and all the downtown attractions.
Breakers Resort: This massive complex has it all – indoor/outdoor water attractions, arcade and on-site dining and drinks at the Rusty Reel, Papa’s Restaurant and Strongwaters Craft Cocktails & Kitchen. It’s also a short drive to Broadway at the Beach and a short stroll to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk.
Caribbean Resort & Villas: Located on the northern end of “The Strip”, this multi-building resort offers the best of both worls – close proximity to the downtown district to the south and to Myrtle Beach’s historic Golden Mile to the north. It’s also a short distance from Myrtle Beach’s new Topgolf.
Compass Cove Oceanfront Resort: This south side resort is close to The Market Common, the Myrtle Beach Airport and Whispering Pines Golf Club, perfecxt for golfers looking to spend more time having fun and less time on the road.
Litchfield Beach Golf Resort: This Lowcountry resort is a short golf cart ride from Litchfield Country Club and other popular layouts on the Waccamaw Neck Golf Trail. In addition to lots of on-site amenities, there are also golf villas available. Hot spots like Pawleys Island and Murrells Inlet surround the resort.
Long Bay Resort: Located on the north end of town, Long Bay is a short distance from some of the mosat prestigious courses in Myrtle Beach, including The Dunes Golf & Beach Club, Arcadian Shores and the Grande Dunes. Long Bay also boasts a miniature course on the resort’s rooftop for some extra putting practice.
North Beach Plantation: For those who have an appreciation for the finer things in life, this North Myrtle Beach resort has it. Close to Barefoot Golf Resort and Barefoot Landing, North Beach has a massive oceanfront pool deck with a swim-up bar and an award-winning restaurant in 21 Main.
Ocean Reef Resort: This Dunes Club area resort is only two blocks away from the Cane Patch driving range and some of the best restaurants in town. The indoor water park and on-site Banana Boat Lounge make it a popular spot for visiting golfers.
Paradise Resort: Perfect for golfers vacationing with families in tow, Paradise Resort offers something for all ages. Leave the little ones and loved ones at the resort for a full day of fun at the on-site water attractions and arcade while you hit the links for a relaxing round of golf.
The Strand: Myrtle Beach’s only boutique oceanfront resort offers the finest in everything with a touch of elegance. Perfect for those on a working golf getaway or a full golf vacation, The Strand has a full-service business center, upscale bar and fitness center.
So when you book your next Myrtle Beach golf vacation, be sure to pay close attention to choosing the right accommodations for your party and enjoy your stay and play.