Myrtle Beach Hotel Guide
No matter what you choose for overnight accommodations in Myrtle Beach, it's best to book in advance, especially during the summer months when demand is highest. There are the standard chain hotels, as well as high-end properties. Beachfront properties and rooms are generally more expensive but writers say they are worth it for their convenience to the water and the oceanfront views. For those who want a more unique experience, there are also campsites and cottages available for rental, which could cut down on costs, especially if you're traveling with a family or big group.
- With lodgings ranging from resorts the size of small cities to modest rental RVs, Myrtle Beach attracts visitors from across the socioeconomic spectrum. Rates fluctuate wildly based on the season." -- Sherman's Travel
- The Grand Strand is lined with hotels, motels, condominiums, and cottages. The highest rates are charged June 15 to Labor Day. Myrtle Beach is becoming more of a year-round destination, however, and you can find great off-season discounts in the winter." -- Frommer's
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