Relaxing stay. Extremely helpful staff. Quiet location for offseason, which I prefer. Some maintenance going on because it was offseason. Be aware of that. But nothing to not want me to stay there. Thinking of returning in December for a couple of weeks.
This secluded hotel in North Myrtle Beach overlooks a tranquil beachfront, just 2 miles from the shopping, dining, and …More
Had a great stay except for sleeping. PLEASE replace the mattresses on both beds. so uncomfortable!! room 1014. Also had to walk down 10 floors, elevator broke last day of stay. nice to have staff come up to carry down suitcases.
Traveller from New Jersey
Nestled on the beach, this North Myrtle Beach hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Beachwood Golf Club and Professor Hacker's …More
Carpet and tile should be replaced...dirty and some stains. Plenty of clean linens (some had long black hairs in them). Check-out time was 10 am and I had someone try to enter the room at 9:20am to clean it. They simply unlocked the door then couldn't get in because of the door security guard, then they knocked. Nice view, convenient parking in the deck, a restaurant and bar on site, and close to other restaurants and bars.
Situated on the beach, this condo is within 1 mi (2 km) of Hawaiian Rumble, Azalea Sands Golf Club, and Professor Hacker's …More
The facility was well located and within walking distance to several restaurants and shops. The room was dated needing a remodel however it was about right for the money. Probably would try somewhere else next time just to see what others are like.
Traveller from TN
Nestled on the beach, this Cherry Grove Beach condo is within 3 mi (5 km) of Cherry Grove Pier, Surf Golf and Beach Club, and …More
Pocket Guide: Myrtle Beach North Myrtle Beach Hotels
Many families prefer North Myrtle Beach for its concentration of oceanfront condominium resorts and rental homes. One of this area’s top draws is the Cherry Grove Pier, where tourists can fish for trout and flounder. In nearby Little River, the SunCruz Casino boat heads for the open sea so that passengers can gamble. The North Carolina border is a short drive from North Myrtle Beach.