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a house on the beach to serve about 4 adults and 8 kids to spend 5 or 6 days
-- kathy mcclurg - Sunday, June 13, 2004 at 14:24:26
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I am staying at Kingston Plantation for the first time. I have reservations at North Hampton tower in Kingston, has anyone ever stayed there ? I am on the 3rd floor in what they consider the "wave" of the hotel structure. From pictures on the web I am wondering if this is going to be a good idea or not. I am on the farthest end of this "wave" on the plantation property. Let me know if I should be looking elsewhere PLEASE !!!
-- karen prawucki - Monday, June 7, 2004 at 13:37:08

Hello--for family of six--a great place to stay is SeaMist. They have a family value package that includes daily passes to the water park across from the pavilion, breakfast one morning, daily passes to the pavilion, unlimited use of putt-putt on their premises and a huge playground and kiddie water park on the premises and lots more! We went last year w/ our kids and it was great! Where else can you stay and get into the pavilion to ride kid rides free every night!! Good luck!
-- Kelly McGee - Sunday, May 30, 2004 at 17:38:10

To anyone inquiring about Beach Colony Resort. I recently stayed there May 12-May 16, 2004. I was pleased with everything. No Motorcyles aloud, but still a very nice place to stay. Real clean. Vickie Phillips
-- Vickie Phillips - Tuesday, May 18, 2004 at 00:29:58

I am looking for a place during Spring Myrtle Beach Bike Week every year. I have searched all over and everything is booked or there is no room. I need accomodations for 8 adults, my Pickup Truck & 24' enclosed trailer used to store the motocycles at night. We are all very clean responsible adults. looking for a time share or a place that we can get every year for May week #19. Must have 4 bedrooms & at least 3 baths. Person or persons letting us stay will not be dissapointed in our visit. I guarantee it! We take care of everything we own and treat all others property the same if not better. If you want to feel safe with no worries about your property please get in touch with me! Yes some of us smoke but we have enough respect to do it outside and dispose of our cigs properly. We are all best friends in our 40s & 50s. Thank you all for your time. 
-- Kevin Kerch - Wednesday, April 14, 2004 at 15:06:35

Hi Hazel Staley, The best place to stay for a handicapped person I found was at The Oceans Condo in Cherry Grove. I take my friend there that's also in a wheelchair (electric) and it was very accessible. We have to use a hoyer to lift him into bed and the beds in the room were perfect for this. There are beach wheelchairs about 2 blocks down from the condo on Sea Mountain HWY. Also a grocery store and breakfast places right near by. Also Cherry Grove Pier is close to go out on & have a great breakfast menu. All Street cornres have ramps. This part of Myrtle Beach is very quiet and a lot less traffic than going south but still close to all the attractions.
-- Kevin Kerch - Wednesday, April 14, 2004 at 14:47:29

Category: Places to Stay
The ST. Johns Inn on 6900 N. Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach also allows pets.
-- RICHARD MATTHEWS - Tuesday, April 13, 2004 at 20:01:07

need to find condo for a large family vacation sept 12-17
-- cassondra dawkins - Monday, April 12, 2004 at 15:50:08

We stay at Lands End Resort it is a nice quiet resort in North Myrtle Beach. Some of the condos allow pets certin times of the year. We take our beach vacation in September and they allow us to bring our dog with us. It is a very comfortable 2 bedroom condo. We enjoy our stay there.
-- Kelley Sanders - Sunday, April 11, 2004 at 20:01:16

hello my name is vicky, I'm interested in a non smoking clean hotel room for two for the week of the 10-15 of april at a very reasonable price. thanx victoria bell
-- victoria bell - Thursday, April 8, 2004 at 21:36:08

Enjoy staying at myrtle beach hope to live down there in the near future. If it's in Gods plan.
-- carla smart - Sunday, April 4, 2004 at 23:57:55

i want somewhere to stay with my family.that is affordable.
-- nekita poplin - Sunday, April 4, 2004 at 10:02:54

senior week houses in myrtle beach, south carolina
-- stephanie hundermark - Friday, April 2, 2004 at 10:10:49  

Try pet friendly St. Johns Inn (
-- RICHARD MATTHEWS - Wednesday, March 31, 2004 at 11:31:58

I am interested in a 3 BR condo at Tilghman Beach and racquet club for the week of 6/26/04 - 07/03/04
-- Leigh Ann Blevins - Monday, March 29, 2004 at 15:37:56  

I have a common problem that seems to be posted numerous times. A group of friends and all are looking for a place to stay somewhere in the carolinas. The problem, of course, is finding a place the will rent a beach house to a bunch of 19-year-olds. If anyone knows of such a place/realty or anything please let me know asap. I would really appreciate it. Thank you for your time.
-- Adam Weishoff - Monday, March 29, 2004 at 13:07:02

I am planning on taking my boys to Myrtle Beach during springbreak, which is April 12 - 16. I plan on being in Myrtle on Wednesday, April 14th through Sunday, April 18th. I would like to find either a large hotel room or a small condo preferbly on the beach and oceanfront. Please assist if you can. Thanks Pete 
-- Pete Budzinski - Monday, March 29, 2004 at 12:43:09

Hello .. My husband and I just got back from our 1st (but hopefully not our last) visit to the Myrtle Beach area .. We have one problem though .. We wonder if there's a timeshare in the area that allows pets? We travel with a small dog (15lbs)and would love to find a timeshare there .. If not could you recommmend a nice hotel that takes dogs but also has COMFORTABLE beds? It seems whenever we stay at a pet friendly hotel the beds are like ROCKS!! Don't hotels reallize that most older people have small pets and money?? Thanks for your help. Carol Pilot
-- Carol Pilot - Sunday, March 28, 2004 at 19:10:29

I'm having a hard time finding places that will rent to people under 21. Most of us are 20. If anyone knows of places that will rent to people under 21, please e-mail me. Thanks!!
-- Angela Bernard - Friday, March 26, 2004 at 20:55:13

Hey yall.. my friends and I are coming down to the Beach from Western Carolina University, however we're only 20 years old and most places won't rent to us, does anyone know of any place that would rent to us? Please let me know!! 
-- Erica M - Friday, March 26, 2004 at 15:03:13

I am 19 years old and looking for a place to stay with a few friends on ocean drive blv, close to the ocean and caters to teens on vacations. If any one knows of a great nice clean place to stay on a moderate budget e-mail me and let me know! 
-- Daniel Pinsker - Thursday, March 25, 2004 at 08:03:36

Please do not take South Beach Resort offer of the Sampler Package. It is all Fake......Tom Lorenz & Elizabeth Johnson at South Beach Resort should be ashamed of thereselves. Telling Client's that if you do not want to purchase a Time Share now. How about try are Sampler Package for only 1095.00 if after trying you still don't want to buy then South Beach will refund all of your money except 175.00 so you should get back around 900.00. But the catch is that sounds like a deal so you purchase & then go again take a secong look. Still don't want to buy you get ready to leave thinking what you were told was true you would get your 900.00 back well not so true. I asked when will we get are 900.00 in the mail or today. E. Johnson stated you don't get your money back it is not refundable since your not buying a time share. But you still get a 7 night 6 day vacation anywhere at anytime here is your cerft. Just call for resverations. Not true you can only go to Myrtle Beach with the Nov or Dec or Jan. Who wants to go then. or you could take the 3night 2 day cruise which will still cost another 195.00 a person in port charges. The vacation is not really free it still cost 198.00 to process. What a joke..So everyone beware it sounds good until you ask were is your refund amount for the Sampler package..Well I am sorry your 900.00 only goes towards the timeshare if you purchase one. After finding this out South Beach Resort only has 50.00 in the free Vacation Voucher they pruchased from Mini Vacations. So like they have allot to loose..Except they are gaining by extending the truth. You learn allot when you deal with dirth people. Buyer Beware
-- Nix Don't go to South Beach Resort - Thursday, March 25, 2004 at 07:25:01

here yee here yee! Myrtle beach veteran says for better quality and prices go north!!! **luxury size rooms** BAY WaTCH RESORT : is without a doubt my pick for large familys they have 3 buildings with lovley 1,2,&3 bedroom condo style clean rooms ,(our 3 bedroom was huge,and with a fully stocked full size kitchen ,2 baths 1 with a jacuzzi tub) washer dryer ,indoor and outdoor lazy river indoor and outdoor pools and spas, great resteraunt **regular size NICE rooms** Now for 1 or 2 couples or small familys I suggest Monterey bay suites, also in north myrtle beach, typical efficiancy suites on a beutiful property ,with many pools indoor and out, ***free full breakfast
-- ashley carmon - Wednesday, March 24, 2004 at 20:27:17

looking for cheap room on ocean blvd. only in room few hours a day. would perfer street view
-- sarah reynolds - Tuesday, March 23, 2004 at 12:48:55  

just looking a place to stay with a family of six that is nice ,clean , something very fun for kids .that a family of six can afford.want to have a great summer for kids to remember.
-- karen kennedy - Friday, March 19, 2004 at 09:53:02

Looking for a place to stay near the beach area, and also for children to play.
-- Lora Reale  - Thursday, March 18, 2004 at 17:04:46

I was just wondering if anyone knew of any good places for students to stay. We are all 19 and 20 years old and are having a heck of a time finding a decent oceanfront place to stay. Any suggestions would be helpful!
-- Courtney Chesla  - Thursday, March 18, 2004 at 12:13:16

My friends and I are going to Myrtle Beach June 6, 2004. We are only 18 and we need a condo to stay in for a week. Do you know anywhere that 18 year olds can stay. I need a reply ASAP. THANK YOU!
-- Stephani hUNT  - Wednesday, March 17, 2004 at 16:56:35

I just finished booking a reservation with the Legends Resort. Can anyone tell me of their experience here, such as their room, pool, staff, and of course, the golf courses. I am aware of the green fees but do not know anything else about the courses.
-- mike kendall  - Monday, March 15, 2004 at 23:35:28

I am looking for rooms for a person in a wheelchair. I would like to be close to where the beachgoing wheelchairs area and the wheelchair ramps are. Thanks
-- hazel staley  - Saturday, March 13, 2004 at 08:15:03  

I am only 17 and i am trying to go to MB for spring break which is in april. I know there are a few places that rent to under 25. But i need help finding them. Any condo, hotel or place would be helpful. Thank you. 
-- Jessica Pennington  - Sunday, March 7, 2004 at 12:17:14  

I am 18 years old and looking for a place to stay with a few friends on ocean drive blv, close to the ocean and caters to teens on vacations. If any one knows of a great nice clean place to stay on a moderate budget e-mail me and let me know! Heather 
-- heather braswell  - Sunday, March 7, 2004 at 16:45:15

lodging within walking distance to The Pavillion, ocean blvd. 8th-9th ave. N., Myrtle Beach SC 
trip dates May 30 thru June 6, 2004 lowest rate, oceanfront preferred but not required. Senior week motel renting to adults 18 yr. and older no minors. Please contact me as soon as possible preferrably within 48 hours
-- Mandi Hurley  - Friday, March 5, 2004 at 18:46:17

If you are looking for pet friendly accommodations near the ocean, try the St. Johns Inn on North Ocean Boulevard or The Caravelle.
-- RICHARD MATTHEWS  - Friday, March 5, 2004 at 13:29:48  

100 dollars a night and under. water park inside hotel
-- david STARLING - Thursday, March 4, 2004 at 19:06:48

a reasonable rate
-- Satrina Haywood  - Wednesday, March 3, 2004 at 12:33:52

We are looking for a house for 4 people (2 bedrooms 2 baths) for Bike Week (days to include May 12th - May 15th). We are interested in the Surfside or Myrtle Beach area. We are looking at ocreanfront to third row back from beach. Thank you for any information you can send us. Randy and Debbie Kiser
-- Debbie Kiser  - Saturday, February 28, 2004 at 09:24:47

I am looking for a hotel near the Alabama Theater-- for the dates of April 2nd-April 5th-- Thanks!
-- Diane Purser - Saturday, February 28, 2004 at 09:21:56
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hi i'm a federal employee trying to locate hotels/motels to stay in from 5/9/04 - 5/16/04. i need resonable rates could you please send me some information regarding rates. your help would be greatly appreciated. thank you 
-- jennifre hilling  - Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 14:36:12

Condos for cheap prices that will be sufficient for 8 people
-- Sara Anderson  - Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 12:20:29

My friends and I are trying to find a place to stay in Myrtle Beach for Senior week but have had a lot of problems finding places that will rent to 18 year olds. I would appreciate any info on hotels or condos that would be available. Thanks.
-- troy brown  - Wednesday, February 25, 2004 at 22:22:06  

My friend Kristin and I are looking for a place to stay for Senior Week. We are 18 years old and just want to go down to have fun. Everyone else says you have to be 21 or 25. Please give us information on places to stay. thanks, mary kathryn whisnant
-- Mary Kathryn Whisnant  - Wednesday, February 25, 2004 at 19:53:55

-- Sara Anderson - Tuesday, February 24, 2004 at 16:44:23

Please send me all books that List Seawatch resort in them I only have one and that is chicora and sea watch is already taken when we need it. We are looking for a 3 Bedroom 3 Bath condo for July 31, Through Aug.14. Thank you Doris King
-- Doris King  - Monday, February 23, 2004 at 23:52:23

I would like to stay in a very nice place that is family oriented and allows pets. My husband and I are 24 and have a 15 month old son. A place on the water would be perfect. 
-- Amber Hairston  - Monday, February 23, 2004 at 22:02:00

house for rent, for May 13,14,15 and 16. In Murrel's Inlet area.
-- Mishell Herndon  - Monday, February 23, 2004 at 13:31:43

I am looking for rooms to stay ,at mytle each,s.c, with 2 seperate bedrooms , that a wheelchair may get through all doors.Last year we went and we had to look and look for rooms where a wheelchair could go through the room to set on the balcony. Usually they have the bed out in the doorway. We would like a room for my daughter and her nurse, and a room for me and Dad. We also would like it to be close to where there is the beach wheelchairs, with handicap excess.
-- hazel Staley - Sunday, February 22, 2004 at 09:46:22

I love visition Myrtle Beach. 
-- Donna Treece  - Sunday, February 22, 2004 at 09:33:23  

We're looking for a nice place to stay that allows pets. We stayed at the Myrtle Beach Resort Inn last year and we liked the more rural setting. 
-- Gary Lackey  - Wednesday, February 18, 2004 at 20:16:31

Am planning a trip to Myrtle Beach this summer and would like information on any hotels or motels that accept animals.
-- Al Carter  - Tuesday, February 17, 2004 at 13:15:14

I've just gotten home from a week-end stay at captain's quarters. I've stayed there several times,and i must say, this was the worst visit i've ever had there. The chlorine in the indoor pool area was horrible. My child coughed the entire time, and could not stay. The water burned my eyes so bad i had to get out of the pool. We couldn't even use these facilities. On saturday, our kitchen sink stopped up. I called for a plumber, as of the time we left, he still hadn't come. I must say this was very disappointing for a group of six. Sorry, it's usually a great place to go, but this time it was a let down.
-- VICKI COPLEY - Sunday, February 15, 2004 at 16:30:45  

looking for a 1 bedroom rental in the Myrtal Beach area for 3 or 4 nights the middle of June.
-- Donna McNamara  - Sunday, February 8, 2004 at 13:21:59

Please send me information on places to stay that are nice and permit Chihuahuas.
-- John Klein  - Sunday, February 8, 2004 at 07:09:52

Any available rooms @ Ocean Lakes?
-- Bryan Diehl - Monday, February 2, 2004 at 20:14:54
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My husband and I are planning a trip to myrtel beach in July , We have never been. We want a hotel or motel on the beach so that we can walk out our door and be on the beach. We love Tennis and sight seeing, some shopping, Good places to eat and a few shows to go to. We would like a nice place but reasonable prices due to the fact that we don't plan to spend alot of time in the room. Please help us.
-- dick householder  - Sunday, February 1, 2004 at 18:58:17  

I am looking for a place to stay for senior week that will rent to 18 year olds. There will be 4-8 of us and we don't need a lot of beds in each room. Like 2 people per room. PLEASE HELP ME, I need to get this done very soon. Any price is ok but hopefully reasonable and near the strip. Thank You
-- Jenny Reid  - Friday, January 30, 2004 at 23:34:47

I was looking for a place to stay May 27 thru April 1, 2004. I need a place with 4 bedrooms and 1 1/2 bathroom close to the Pavilion.
-- Renee' Carter - Wednesday, January 28, 2004 at 11:30:39  

looking for rental house 6 bedroom in community with clubhouse near beach
-- Karen Barber - Monday, January 26, 2004 at 16:15:35

5 responsable teens looking to rent a beach house or hotel room for a week, after gradution, without having to have an adult 22 and over 
-- chris gilbert  - Saturday, January 24, 2004 at 12:48:11

Hello, I am lokking for a pet friendly condo oceanfront 2 bedroom 2 bath. Thanks Tracy Brooks
-- Tracy Brooks  - Saturday, January 24, 2004 at 12:24:33

My friends and I are graduating in May. There will be 3 adults and about 9 other minors with us. We need a cheap house or condo to rent for June 5, 2004- June 12, 2004. Can you please help us. We are very responsible people and we just want to get away for a week with close friend. Thanks, 
-- Jessica Cornell  - Wednesday, January 21, 2004 at 21:21:52  

Planning a trip to Myrtle Beach. Would like to receive your reviews on any of the following resorts: A Summer Wind, Captain Quarters, Court Capri, Anderson Inn, Gazebo Inn, Red Tree Inn, South Seas, Palm Crest, Have never been to Myrtle Beach, so any help would be much appreciated. Thank You! 
-- Jane Tod  - Wednesday, January 21, 2004 at 14:36:31

Ive never been there and was thinking about bring my family sown their I heard it was a nice place to go we alway got ocean city maryland but are looking for a change.. thannks
-- Pamela Hancheck  - Monday, January 19, 2004 at 21:11:22

I am looking for a hotel in myrtle beach but i want it on the beach and i want an ocean view I would also like it to be near the broadway too. I am looking for a package deal that includes airline tickets, i will be ariving on 4-15-04 and leaving on 4-23-04. I cant find any hotels were the check in age is 18 and i want it to be a very nice hotle three star, i am willing to pay around 700.00-800.00 for the eight nights please get back to me as soon as u can i really need a vacation. 
-- Heather Brown  - Monday, January 19, 2004 at 18:37:17  

Myself and 5 other responsible teenagers are looking for a place to stay the week after graduation. Please send me information on condos that allow students to stay without a parent being present. Thank you.
-- Jessica Gilliam  - Friday, January 16, 2004 at 16:53:20

Our family always stays at landmark hotel. We would like to find some where we in walking distance of the boardwalk area. There will be four adults and five children.
-- CONNIE VIOLA  - Friday, January 16, 2004 at 12:32:48

Want a house with at least 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths, on the ocean.
-- amy bond  - Thursday, January 15, 2004 at 20:02:19

I am looking for a condo that will sleep 8 people, we are wanting to come up there on June 13 and leave on June 20, I have searched for a condo but they are really expensive, and we are teenagers and we are not wanting to spend alot on something, but we would like something nice as well. We would like to go to north Myrtle beach, but if not we will take whatever. Also it has to be a place that a 18 yr old can check in to. If you can help it would be very appreciate by all 8 of us!Thanks alot! Mandy and friends 
-- Mandy Rines  - Thursday, January 15, 2004 at 00:49:10

A group of my friends and myself are graduating this year. (In June 2004) So obviously we are in need of a place to stay for beach week. Since most places will only rent to 25 year olds, we are having trouble finding anywhere that will rent to us. If anyone could offer any tips, suggestions, or past experiences, it would be GREATLY appreciated! Thanks. 
-- Jenny Usberghi  - Tuesday, January 13, 2004 at 23:43:01  

Hi- Does anyone have any information about the Hughes Cottage in the Tilghman Beach Section of Myrtle Beach?
-- Michelle Johnson  - Thursday, January 8, 2004 at 09:03:45

I am looking for a nice hotel that MY Fmily and I can stay for a weekend and possiably use again in during the summer if it is available. We travel to Mrytle Beach alot, but would like to stay overnight and not have to rush back home.
-- Michelle Timmons  - Wednesday, January 7, 2004 at 16:52:04

About 15 of us want to stay at Myrtle beach either the second week of July or second week of August. We We have children from 1 year to 15 years of age. We would like ocean front. Does anyone have a favoriteplace for us to stay.
-- Judy Pittman  - Saturday, December 27, 2003 at 13:47:13  

Hotels with indoor pool near the beach
-- Sheronda Banks  - Friday, December 12, 2003 at 16:33:11

I am looking for a place to stay for the summer. From May to August. i will need a two bedroom place and i am willing to pay whatever price. Thank you
-- Kristy Kennedy  - Thursday, December 11, 2003 at 12:24:58  

We have A gruop of 8-10 people coming to myrtle Beach, SC and we need a house to rent for a week can you help?
-- Ashlee Wells  - Wednesday, December 10, 2003 at 13:45:34  

looking for a place to stay near or on the main strip of myrtle beach for senior week. A house or condo large enough to fit at least 12 people at a cheap price. Thanks, shandi
-- Shandi Hartman  - Wednesday, December 3, 2003 at 08:06:01

Looking for an oceanfront condo 1 bedroom taht will take 2 adults and a small dog (about 15 lbs well behavied)in the mrytle beach area
-- JEFF DUDLEY  - Monday, November 17, 2003 at 10:25:12  

Looking for nice motels (clean) that are Pet Friendly in the Myrtle Beach SC area.
-- Kathy Mc Alpin  - Thursday, October 23, 2003 at 13:34:55

We are looking for a nice place to stay Dec. 26, 2003 - January 2, 2004. Would like 2 bedrooms,mircrowave, stove, fridge and 2 cable tv's,arcade room and indoor pool. Thanks for your input!
-- Anita Unknown  - Sunday, October 12, 2003 at 15:19:26  

Looking for an oceanfront hotel or dondo to stay from Oct 24 -Oct 27. 2-3 bedrooms w/ pool and hopefully an indooor pool 
-- David Rhodes  - Sunday, October 12, 2003 at 14:20:16

My husband and I would like to rent at the beach for the winter. Are there any nice mobile homes for rent on the beach that allow pets? We have a small miniature greyhound. Thanks!
-- Gayla McDougal - Wednesday, October 8, 2003 at 23:01:38  

We would like to stay in Myrtle Beach or along the coast October 24-25th 2003. Our family wants to celebrate Dad's 50th Birthday with him, fishing and relaxing, we also would like to take the entire family to Dixie Stampede on the evening of the 25th. We truck and our grown children all live in Raeford NC. There are nine of us. Six adults and three (2 yrs, 6 yrs and 9 yrs old) children. We also need a good place that we can rent fishing poles and do some fishing. 
-- Cindy Cook  - Wednesday, October 8, 2003 at 12:48:41  

I would like information on vacation packages from march 22 thur march 27, thanks
-- keisha grimes  - Monday, October 6, 2003 at 17:06:20  

i'm looking foe a nice clean condo for rent in myrtel beach for jan & feb 2004 2bedroom on or ocean view that allows my husband and myself to bring a smalldog [bishon] that dos'nt shed very clean and trained.prefer to have linens and an indoor pool at winter rental rates were looking to buy a condo while were there
-- diane amicucci  - Saturday, October 4, 2003 at 21:59:10  

I'm looking for a place to stay in N.Myrtle beach for the week of June 12-20. I'm looking for it to house 8-10 people. It would be nice to have a pool, or jacuzzi, or even a pool table of some sort. I don't mind if it is ocean front or not. We were looking at a price rage of 2000-3000 per week. Thanks
-- Ashley Borum  - Tuesday, September 30, 2003 at 17:24:05

I need to know some places that welcome 18 yr olds. I am having trouble finding any hotels/condos that allow you to only be 18, you have to be at least 25 everywhere I have tried. I am looking for a hotel/condo/beach house that sleeps at least 5-6 and is 650$ a week or cheaper. I am looking to stay the week of 04/06/04-04/13/04. If you know of anywhere please get back to me ASAP! Thanks alot!
-- Rachel Weiss  - Tuesday, September 30, 2003 at 15:49:59

We are thinking about coming up to the beach on the 9th of October and we need a house that will hold up to 14 people or more. We prefer something on the oceanfront and has a lot of varities of things for kids and the adults to enjoy both. Just if you have an e-mail that i can get some reservations or some houses to look at just e-mail me back. Thank you so much. I'll be waiting to hear from you.
-- Rebecca S  - Thursday, September 25, 2003 at 15:59:47

Need some brochure on these hotels. Or any information that may help me choose which hotel is the cleanest. I want between the family kingdom and no further than the pavilion. Somewhere within this area. Here is a list of the ones i wrote down this past vacation. Anyones input would be helpful! Landmark, Sea Mist, Beach Side, Coral Beach, Ocean Plaza, Captian Quarters, Holiday Inn South, Tropical Winds, Best Inn & Suites, Comfort Inn & Suites, Holiday Inn in front of the Family Kingdom, Sandy Beach Resort, Sea Shore, Lands Inn, Bar Harbour, Bermuda Sands, I am looking for very clean rooms. That is the most disapointing thing is to arrive at vacation time and no that you have all that money in a room for 5 or 6 days and it be nasty. Thanks for anyones help!!!!!!!! Pam
-- PAM BROWN - Sunday, September 21, 2003 at 13:06:37  

My name is Greg and I'm giving my perspective on Michelle's submittal which is reprinted below in it's entirety:

Michelle wrote:
Hi, my family travels to Myrtle beach every year, The very place to stay is The Palms Resort, 2500 north Ocean Blvd, and the phone number is 1-800-528-0451. We always stay in the 3 bedroom condo or the penthouse, it is a very family friendly place and quiet. Always clean and the staff their are so friendly. We also love to stay at the captain's quarters, we stay here we are just going for a few days or in the cooler months, rooms are nice and they have a indoor bowling alley with a nice game room for the kids, also lots of indoor pools for the kids to enjoy when it is to cold to swim in the ocean. 901 South Ocean Blvd, , 1-800-843-3561. now I want to tell you what to BEWARE of: BlueGreen Vacations... their people stand outside of restaurants and give you this line about going on a 90 minute tour of shorecrest 2 in north myrtle beach and you will get a free vacation!!! DON"T GO!!!! my husband and my mom went to the tour, purchased a condo, and we have only stepped foot in the condo once and that was on the tour! we can't get in shore crest as owners but we can get in if we pay what someone who does not own would . we have to exchange our week with "RCI and go to parts unknown!! we were told that we would have to pay a $300.00 eminence fee every year ! last year our eminence fee was $712.00!!!!!!!! I could on and on. just don't get suckered into this, there is no way out and no one wants to buy it !!
-- michelle - Monday, October 7, 2002 at 16:41:09

The 1st response from Greg:
Michelle, you bimbo....we went on the Bluegreen tour and bought at Shorecrest as well and it has worked out perfectly for us and costs us half of what you are paying for The Palms Resort 1-800-528-0451 $1350/week. The Shorecrest staff treats us better than friendly, they treat us like we are on their board of directors. But you have to know someone or have to know what you are doing or you will not get an optimal deal from the Shorecrest sales people. We got a fixed pre-hurricane week 22 June 1st, 2 bdrm oceanfront condo unit on the 3rd floor overlooking the pool, ocean, and entertainment deck for $9500 which has had a maintenance fee of $400/year for the last 3 years. We can sell the place in a few years to reclaim the principal and make a profit or deed it to our kids and the place is so popular you are not likely to get an oceanfront unit regardless of how far in advance you book because people like me are holding them. The room is $295/day to rent if you don't own which is $1750/week slightly off season. It's a 5 star resort with all the creature comforts including art project based child care managed onsite with multiple Bluegreen employees to keep the kids busy for an hour or two during the day in case the parents would like a "break" to allow time for sex. We originally went on the Bluegreen tour to see the place, and signed a contract which by law gave us 3 days to cancel. We checked with a local realtor during the 3 day period and found that better deals available at half the cost were available at the time on the secondary market through regular realtors instead of from the Bluegreen people. After all, if you ever need to sell the unit, it's the secondary market you'll need to use to sell it so shouldn't that be the place you go to assess unit value. So we sent our contract cancellation certified mail to Bluegreen and they returned our money in full and we bought the unit for $9500 from the realtor. I was getting tired of wasting my time looking for a nice place available at the last minute for a decent price. Now I have a place I never have to book because it is just there that the family looks forward to which doesn't cost an arm and a leg. Fixed week units for Shorecrest are no longer available from Bluegreen, they have to be purchased though realtors. Fixed week units were originally offered as incentive for people to purchase before the building was built, essentially, they are the people who put down the deposit for construction. If overall financing had fallen through, they would have lost everything. Now Shorecrest offers a points based system whereby the non-fixed week points folk all try to call in on the same day exactly 11 months in advance to book the 1? or 2? oceanfront units per hundred callers available and more typically wind up in the broom closet on the back lot or at another resort like Michelle and her family describe. We bought on the 3rd floor overlooking the pool, beach, and ocean and the original owners on the 3rd floor know better than to switch to the point system where there's no drifter/renter families. Every year, Bluegreen offers us breakfast pastry and a free dinner and a party attendance for the privilage of asking us to switch our fixed week unit to the points system for free with an offer to waive any transfer fees. We always say "not this year" and say thanks for the pastry, dinner, and party attendance. We see the same people each year which is nice because they are an upscale lot and kids have a habit of making friends near where they stay, "location, location, location". If we didn't want to go on our fixed week, we have the option of renting it back to Bluegreen for just the 1 week for 70% of the $1750 or trade the week through RCI. Our realtor was Pendleton Realty 843-238-9714 Pat and Clint, M-F 8AM to 9PM, Sat 9AM - 5:30PM Eastern Time. 
-- Greg Hinshaw  - Friday, September 19, 2003 at 11:43:42

I am interested in some information for our vacation in June of 2004. We need to accommodate from 8 to 12 people in ONE condo or house. We want ocean FRONT, meaning we walk right out side our place onto the beach. We would have either 4 adults and 4 kids or 6 adults and 6 kids. My next question is, are we able to stay for less then 7 days anywhere in the month of June?? I was looking at checking in either Sunday June 20th or Monday June 21st and checking out Saturday June 26th or Sunday June 27th. This is the only time we are available since we are also visiting relatives in NC. We would like our place to also have a whirlpool hot tub and it would be a bonus to have a pool. If anyone has any suggestions please e-mail me. Thanks much! 
-- Ronda Dorn  - Monday, September 15, 2003 at 17:17:20

My husband and I was in Mrytle Beach, SC in May, 2003 for bike week. The local people from Mrytle South was real nice toward us. The bikes was great! Hope to come back next year. 
-- Nellie Forrester  - Tuesday, September 9, 2003 at 15:16:42  

Looking for comments from people who stayed at the breakers resort north tower
-- Michael MULICH  - Sunday, September 7, 2003 at 21:22:12

Early September
-- Fred Englehart  - Friday, September 5, 2003 at 05:49:07

Looking for a nice place to stay on the beach with my husband. Do you have any sugestion for us. We will be staying for at leat a week or so.
-- Dorothea Cienki  - Sunday, August 31, 2003 at 16:30:58

We are planning on coming down in May before Memorial Day. Wanted to check out the hotels, there will be two families and looking for fun and activities for 5-6 yr olds and a couple of old crows.
-- Norma Tyras - Thursday, August 28, 2003 at 14:56:36  

The advantages I found to staying at the St. Johns Inn on North Ocean Boulevard were: ease of parking; no waiting for an elevator and long walk to my room; nice spacious and quiet courtyard with a full size swimming pool; easy access to ocean(less than 5 min. walk across the street; reasonable rates; clean effiency rooms.
-- RICHARD MATTHEWS  - Sunday, August 24, 2003 at 04:54:45

Does anyone know about The Windsurfer Hotel? I have booked it for September. I need info, in case I need to cancel. Please help.
-- Michelle Willis  - Thursday, August 21, 2003 at 17:08:28

I intend on going to myrtle beach possibly next year and would like some brochures on different places to stay and prices. Also, several friends collect dolphins, sand dollars, and other sea life collectibles that have the name of the place on them. Do you have address for such source for me to write and buy? Thanks Evelynn Maloney, P.O. BOX 584 Powell, TN 37849
-- Evelynn Maloney  - Wednesday, August 20, 2003 at 10:08:19

We vacationed at Myrtle Beach this summer and stayed at the Boardwalk Beach Resort. The rooms are very overpriced,for the condition that they are in.And also don't let the brochures and the website fool ya.In the workout room the eqipment was rundown and not working.One of the rails on the pool was broken,and the sauna was out of order.The rooms were clean but you can tell they are old. P.S. BRING YOUR OWN PILLOWS!
-- T Trotter  - Wednesday, August 13, 2003 at 15:03:17  

I just thought I would put a little info on here about a company that is owned by a friend of mine...CondoLux in North Myrtle Beach. If anyone is thinking about coming down in the next couple of months, they are doing half price specials right now, and have some unbelievable deals on the big oceanfront beach houses that they rent out for large crowds. If you're coming down for the fall, please check out their website and give them a call. I think you'll be very happy with the savings and with the condos they represent. I saw some comments previously for the Ashworth and several other really nice condos. They don't handle any but the best.
-- Jan Chilton  - Monday, August 11, 2003 at 04:28:59

hi I would like to get information about the lake wood camp groud .I went there before get married and want to show this wonderfull place to my 10 years hold son .is there some one for give me the web site .thank,s for your help waiting .... sonya
-- sonya jobin  - Thursday, August 7, 2003 at 20:53:45

Are there any pet friendly condos on North Ocean Boulevard?
-- RICHARD MATTHEWS  - Thursday, August 7, 2003 at 19:11:23

Myrtle Beach is the place selected for our Family Reunion in 2005. I know it is early. Bit I (we)want to get information now so we can get started. We have family coming from different cities and states. They want the information soon. so they can start making plans. I would like to have information on hotels/motels resort with a banquet room and hospitality room. Also events and places where we can go. Hotel(s) rates. Cand we get a special rate on rooms? We will have around 50 families coming (about 100 to 150 family members). Please if you would get me this information it will be a BIG HELP TO ME. Thank You. Mrs. Diane Suber-Davis President of Suber?Thacker Family Reunion Committee
-- Diane Suber-Davis  - Thursday, August 7, 2003 at 11:15:30

My family just returned from a 4 day vac at the Caravelle Resort at Myrtle Beach. It is not recommended to stay there. Maybe the other 7 buildings were better than the main one. Pros: Plenty of pools for kids and adults. Laundry room. Nice outside grill for snaks and lunch. Good inexpensive breakfast buffet at resort(kids eat free). Cons: Dirty rooms. Carpets so dirty, you have to wash your feet before you get into bed. No changed linens for the entire 4 days. Did not vaccum or clean bathroom except for the day we were in the room during the cleaning. Holes in carpets, The main building where we stayed needs renovations badly. Cracks in the walls, showers, cabinet doors falling off. We went through and did not get the room that we reserved. Take your own pillows!! Would not recommend for the price paid.
-- M. Smith  - Tuesday, August 5, 2003 at 16:24:21

I wouldn't advise staying at the Holiday Inn on the South Beach. We stayed there the last week of July 2003 and our room was dingy, the bathtub was unsteady and the fixtures loose, I had to fix the toilet myself because it would not flush and there are no maintenance people at night. They charge you a dollar a day for a safe, but it is ancient, rusted and ours wouldn't lock. We had a jewelry box containing gold jewely (including a class ring and a very old baby ring) taken from our room. Management took a report, but I could tell they didn't care. They admitted that they had just fired a few new employees for stealing and that these employees had be taking care of our room that week, but still insisted we must have "misplaced" the box ourselves.
-- M Miller  - Tuesday, August 5, 2003 at 09:51:57

We are a family from upstate NY who recently purchased a condo in Myrtle Beach for our own pleasure, as well as to share with others. It is located in Pelicans Landing on Shore Drive,a lovely area between Myrtle Beach downtown and North Myrtle Beach. It is a 3BR,2 1/2BA unit directly across the street from the beach. It is located on the 1st level (elevator accessable if needed) and overlooks the pool and patio area. We've taken special care to make our "place at the beach" feel like home for ourselves and others too. Our unit sleeps 6-8. Just a few amenities include: 2 screened balconies, 1 queen BR w/half bath, 1 BR w/2twins,and a king size master w/full bath. LR has full size sofa sleeper and a crib is also included. Cable TV in each BR, VCR in LR and a Full size laundry. You'll be pleased with a well equiped kitchen w/micro,utensils,pans, dishwasher,coffeemaker,full size DR and bkfst bar. This is a central location close to restraunts, Barefoot Landing,and outlet shopping. We've found that this area is quiet and family oriented, not too "far from the maddening crowds" of downtown but close to golf, minigolf and to theaters. Come stay with us. We are welcoming non-smoking visitors to share our newly found "little piece of heaven". Snowbirds welcome. Contact me at for more details. 
-- Jeanne Theiss - Friday, August 1, 2003 at 23:26:57

Since I was a small child and my family took us to the beach, we have always stayed at The Sea Park Motel. It is a very nice motel that offers kitchenettes or refrigerator in the room to help travelers that don't want to spend all their money eating out every meal. It is family owned and operated and they are concerned with their clientele. The rates are reasonable, they have a nice pool and are only about a block from the beach. They are within walking distance of shopping and the Pavillion. I would definitely recommend it as a nice family motel but if you are looking for high-class, this wouldn't be for you. My family is going Aug. 10-15th, 2003 and are presently looking for coupons for local attractions and restaurants. If anyone knows the link of some good coupons, please let me know. 
-- Penny Renfro  - Friday, August 1, 2003 at 16:03:45

We'd like to stay in the Surfside beach to Murrell's inlet area this year. The only web info we can find is on the big places to stay (holiday inn, days inn, etc). Does anyone know of a good place to stay in that general area? Either beachfront or across the street from the beach would be good. it must be a clean place. 
-- mary edwards - Thursday, July 31, 2003 at 21:44:55

Bay Watch in NMB is awesome. Just left there yesterday after a great vacation. Very nice . A little expensive but well worth it
-- Patty Wells  - Wednesday, July 30, 2003 at 00:28:31

Looking for a pet friendly condo in the Myrtle Beach area for Aug 16-20. Need luxury 3 bedrooms, oceanfront. Small, very clean, very housebroken, non-shedding dog. 
-- Pam Williamson  - Monday, July 28, 2003 at 17:38:15

My husband and I just came back from one glorious week at the Beach Cove Resort in North Myrtle Beach. We absolutely loved it! The resort is right on the beach, all the units are ocean FRONT. I don't know where to begin. I give this place a 5 start rating! Bathroom has double sinks, oh, we stayed in the smallest unit, the 'executive suite' and it was plenty big. Bedroom has two queen beds, T.V. and a door to close so that those still awake watching T.V. in the living room aren't bothersome, a kitchenette, with a two burner stove, sink, small fridge (it held a lot of drinks and plenty of lunch food, plenty big), microwave, coffee maker (bring your own coffe and filters tho!) and is fully stocked with dishware/glassware/utentils/cookware/cutlery just bring food! plenty of empty shelves to store pantry items. A closet in the living room. The balcony holds 4 chairs and provides a fantastic view! We were in Tower B way up on the 16th floor. Over the balcony you overlook two pools, a kiddie pool, a lazy river and three hot tubs. Indoors is another pool and hot tub too! Restarant, cafe, gift shop, arcade, bar, outdoor bar and grill which we utilized for a quick bite to eat. The beach area had plentiful chairs/umbrellas for rent ($25 per day - it's run by the city, not the resort - you go up to the lifeguard to rent them) multi-level parking deck, a nice covered check-in area (no luggage ever gets wet when you load or unload). This is great for families too, each day there were several activities to be enjoyed, we had fun watching kids participate in a cannonball contest, or a lazy-river tag contest... lots of fun was had by kids of all ages. Housekeeping was very good too... I enjoyed myself so much that I spent two days and never put on a pair of shoes!!! Barefoot Landing is just a short distance away - one stoplight! T-Bonez was a good restarant, and so was the House of Blues, our favorite (albeit pricey) by far was Greg Normans - the BEST place for a quiet dinner without any hustle-bustle of the dreaded buffet restarant... very classy, very relaxed, refined dining experience and the food Top-Notch. Tip - I'm a big salad person, and even at Greg Norman's, the salads aren't any more expensive than at any other place we went to... $7 how's that! Of course, the hubby went for the Surf and Turf (Filet Mignon and lobster tail) for $34, but soooo well worth it! Another nice thing - at Beach Cove, you can send up to three postcards (which they provide for you at the front desk) and they will send them and pay the postage for you! That was a very nice convenience. Very few complaints... but mine were that one of the elevators for Tower B had a problem, the door often times would not close, and would just sit there and close and open and close and open... essentially leaving us with only one elevator (and we are on the 16th floor) - calling the front desk would resolve the problem but it kept happening... the other complaint? Well, sometimes they would run out of pool towels located in a big bin at the front desk, so you would have to ask the front desk clerk to fetch some for you.
-- Lisa Jordan  - Monday, July 28, 2003 at 01:53:08

Just returned from Myrtle Beach 7/19/03. Stayed at the SEA MIST RESORT. A truly awful experience! Rooms were dirty, parking on site is atrocious, and to top it off our room along with several others was broken into! Management was completely uncooperative, unhelpful, and rude. Security guards told us this has been an on going problem. Also, rooms are equipped with safes that don't work. We lost a sizable amount of cash, keys, credit cards etc. Our vacation was ruined and we left feeling completely cheated. The Sea Mist resort is not worth the $170 per day price! They boast many family ammenities, but don't believe the hype. The place is run down and there are just too many people in the area. A very unsafe feeling place, not somewhere you would want to take your children.
-- C Mante  - Sunday, July 27, 2003 at 19:50:28

I would like a hotel with a bocony facing the ocean.And a hotel that serves free breakfast.
-- John matthews  - Friday, July 25, 2003 at 00:47:04

We just got back from a week vacation at Pelican's Watch on Shore Drive in Myrtle Beach. Our unit was on the third floor and we had a slight ocean view as it was across the street from the beach. The condo was very clean...there were even fresh flowers left for us. I highly recommend staying's very convenient, just a two minute walk to the beach. I also like the "sand room" that you enter before actually going into your condo. That is also where the washer and dryer are so if you come in from the beach you can drop off your wet, dirty clothes in the washer, and leave your sandy shoes or sandles right there in the foyer. This unit is right across from the elevator. The only drawback is parking. You have to get a space early in the evening or have two cars that you can park one in back of the other. Overall, it's a great place to stay.
-- Martha Hundemer - Thursday, July 24, 2003 at 17:38:26

I need to know of some places that you only have to be 18 to rent a suite in Myrtle Beach. My boyfriends in the Marines and will be graduating that weekend from Boot Camp and we need a place to stay, and he's 19. Please get back to me asap. We'll arrive on Sept 26th- and leave Sept 28th 2003 thanks! :)
-- Jenna Jenschke  - Wednesday, July 23, 2003 at 12:26:44  

I have been going to Myrtle Beach for many years and always stayed at the Mid town across from the pavilion but this year we decided to stay at a condo in north myrtle what a mistake we were greeted by cockroaches and the office staff was very unfriendly. So next year we decided to go back to our old stomping grounds in myrtle beach where you never get in the car unless we go to broadway on the beach or dick last resort(best rest. in myrtle beach)
-- Brenda Builes - Thursday, July 17, 2003 at 13:14:03

we will be staying at the breakers hotel? does anyone have any infor regarding this hotel - good or bad? please! please!
-- debra schaffner  - Saturday, July 12, 2003 at 08:06:20

My husband and I are planning a trip to Myrtle Beach in October of 2003. We would like an efficency, l bedroom or a Condo ocean front that will accomodate a small pet. (6 pound dog). Do you know of anything???
-- Cheryl LeBlanc  - Wednesday, July 16, 2003 at 14:31:47

The Windemere is a condominium in Myrtle Beach that is right on the ocean. It includes an indoor pool, a fitness center with a sauna, and a card room that overlooks the ocean. Each room has 3 bedrooms and easily sleeps 6 plus 2 on the pullout couch. It has a full kitchen with a dishwasher, oven, stove, refrigerator, pots and pans, and a dining room that seats 6. There is a balcony that looks right onto the ocean in each room as well. Each room has 2 bathrooms. Both bathrooms are full baths.
-- Patty Smith  - Thursday, July 10, 2003 at 17:30:04

of all the places to stay in myrtle beach,sc. i'd like to tell of one place not to stay. the sea dip condos(more like motel). i will say that i did get to check in early which was nice since i had drove all night while the kids slept, however, that was about the only bright spot of our stay at the sea dip. as we went in the room we noticed a funny smell which did seem to go away as you went into the room. then my wife went to lay down on one of the beds and noticed a terrible smell on one of the pillows. after getting a little rest, we went to check out the pools. this was another cruel joke from the hotel description. yes, they did have two pools, a kiddie pool, a hot tub, and a lazy river. however,the lazy riverwas more like a lazy creek. the whole river might have been 50 feet long and was only wide enough for 1 person. the pool water was very cold considering that we went the last week of june. also, the pool deck was painted with a slick paintwhich my son slipped and fell twice on.okay, so that enough of that, lets talk about the room and the room service. first the room, not very nice, and certainly not what you would expect at a place called sea dip CONDOS. the place was small to say the least, and was not what you would say the cleanest joint in town. on our second day there, we got up, ate, and got ready to go down to beach. it was about 10:00am and was after 12:00 when we came back to the room to eat lunch. no maid service yet, so we ate and my son was getting ready to take his nap. my wife and daughter went for a walk on the beach and i stayed in the room to let my son sleep. it was after 2:00 before the maid finally showed up. of course you could call that a bright point, you didn't have to worry about being ran out of your room early due to the maid. all in all, we have decided that we will not be back at the sea dip. 
-- jimmy treece  - Thursday, July 10, 2003 at 16:18:57

Could you please e-mail pics pf the Tidewater II Plantation Resort of send me pics at my mailing address. Also, would you have a phone number that I may reach them. Thanks so much Priscilla PS We have reservations for there in August, but would like to see photos of it.
-- Priscilla Croston  - Thursday, July 10, 2003 at 08:34:43

I am looking for "snow birds" or 6-9-11 month renters for Mrytle beach 2 bed 1 1/2 bath townhome available 9/1. Working professionals or retired couples only please. 1 1/2 block to beach in South Beach area. Perfect for access to airport, and Rt. 501. Reasonable monthly rent for the right tenant.
-- bob lickfeld  - Wednesday, July 9, 2003 at 11:46:15

Looking for a nice affordable place to stay for the weekend of july 25-29,4 adults 2 children around 400.00.If you can help  Thank you
-- creg stanford  - Monday, July 7, 2003 at 20:07:11

Do not stay at Captains Quarters I had the worse room I had ever stayed in They called a excutive suite and could sleep 6 That was a joke It was dirty The fold out bed needed to be thrown out The shower was too low you had to bend down to get under it I will never go there again Nobody cared that you were unhappy The place needs repairs 
-- debbie ford  - Monday, July 7, 2003 at 17:32:09

I have a 4 year old and a 9 month old and we are interested in staying somewhere where there is plenty to do at the hotel as well as close to amusement park and the beach
-- Lisa Rigdon  - Monday, July 7, 2003 at 11:29:47

I am looking for a condo rental for 7-12-2003 to 7-19-2003 at Myrtle Beach. Two beds/pool/no-smoking/wash-dryer/ full kitchen/***clean and nice/ oceanfront
-- Tina Helpplease  - Monday, July 7, 2003 at 20:31:15  

I am looking for comfortable oceanfront lodging that accept pets at Carolina Beach or Wrightsville Beach. We have a PUG and take him on all our vacations. Thanks
-- n Robinson  - Wednesday, June 25, 2003 at 11:27:47  

I have an efficiency condo at the St. Johns Inn on 6900 North Ocean Boulevard available for the month of Jan., 2004. The unit has 2 queen beds, refrig., range, sink, microwave, coffee pot, dishes, utensils, toaster, etc. Unit overlooks olympic size pool in lovely courtyard. Across the street from ocean with easy access(less than 5 min. walk).Price is $500.for the month.
-- RICHARD MATTHEWS  - Monday, June 23, 2003 at 15:14:06

hi, i just graduated from high school and i didn't get to go on my senior trip. well i was thinking about me and some friends going to myrtle beach and staying for a week for my birthday. i needed to find somewhere to stay on or VERY close to the strip that doesn't cost that much. this place needs to be able to accomidate about 8-10 people or just a hotel room that can keep 4 people. remember that this place needs to be cheap but nice because my friends are down in FLA right now and they only paid $250 for the entire trip (sleep and travel)! Please help me out and if you know of any place please .
-- jeannie sanders  - Monday, June 23, 2003 at 14:42:54  

I'm getting married in September and would love to go to Myrtle Beach for our honeymoon.
-- Crystal williams  - Thursday, June 19, 2003 at 16:41:26

To whom it may concern: I am 18 years old. So, as you may have guessed by now, I have had much difficulty finding accommodations. I was planning on coming down the last week of August for my birthday with my fiance and two of our friends. But things have changed since then. My fiance has been promoted, and with the new found funds we will be able to be married sooner than we thought. The "big day" will be August 16th. We thought we would leave the beach trip as planned to serve as our honeymoon. Of coarse we also do not want to hurt our friends feelings who we originally planned the trip with so we are looking to stay in the same hotel or preferably to have adjoining rooms or a spacious condo. We will need at least 2 rooms. This vacation will be my honeymoon, and I want something that will make my jaw drop when I open the door. The scamp amount of hotels I've found who were accepting of my age possessed accommodations which were quite less than ideal for our needs. Our price range is around 300 per night. Your help in this matter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Elizabeth Robinson
-- Elizabeth Robinson  - Wednesday, June 18, 2003 at 20:14:40

I need a place for my wife, my large dog, and myself, any suggestions. Thank you.
-- Harold Brockman  - Wednesday, June 18, 2003 at 15:06:17

will arrive 7-24-03 leave 7-28-03 we need oceanfront motel/hotel/condo rental for just this short period of time. Two bedrooms/two baths.
There will be 2 adults 1 child. Would like north myrtle beach area.
-- jane stearns  - Tuesday, June 17, 2003 at 12:13:44

Hello I'm looking for a three bedroom 2 to 2-1/2 bathroom house or condo for the week of May 24-31st. I would preferrably like the master bedroom to have a queen or king size bed and the other two room containing two double beds each. I will be towing my bikes down so I'm also looking for a place that will allowed motorcycles. if possible I'm also looking to stay in the Shore Drive area.
-- Joseph Thompson  - Saturday, June 21, 2003 at 23:44:36

Hi, My names is Karen,My husband and I would like to take my family to Myrtle beach,also my Sister and her son would like to come. there will be 3 adults and 4 childern ages, 16,13,14,& 19months, I'm looking for a 3 bedroom house or something like that to rent for 4 days from July 30th to Aug3rd, not too expensive, also I would like it to be as close to the beach and amusement park as possible.
-- Karen Chavous  - Friday, June 20, 2003 at 12:19:26

We are going up to Mrtyle Beach In august and are wondering if anyone has stayed at the Summer Wind Motel on Ocean Blvd. 
-- Veronica Konjek  - Wednesday, June 18, 2003 at 13:51:43  

Please let known where we can go fishing and place to eat. we are works people that work hard for are money and get pay little but we get pay good as farm work dose. Thank you. 
-- david kessner  - Saturday, June 14, 2003 at 23:12:41

My name is Jason Lowe and My fiance and I are getting married on August 15 of this year. And I am looking for a hotel where they have suites, with jacuzzi tubs, hot tubs, along the beach, this is going to be are honeymoon.
-- Jason Lowe - Monday, June 16, 2003 at 04:08:10

I am looking for a hotel/motel on the beach preferably with some sort of gym. low to mid price thank you
-- Joanne Keohane  - Friday, June 13, 2003 at 14:17:11

SNOWBIRDS: Anyone looking for a 1-bedroom ocean front unit for the months of Dec., Jan., Feb. or March? We have a 1- bedroom suite (end unit) with washer and dryer in the room. The unit has nice sized balcony, three beds, full kitchen, ceramic tiling in bath and kitchen and spectacular views from the floor to ceiling windows in the living room and bedroom. There is a large indoor heated pool and jacuzzi, fitness room and sauna. Since we are not part of the resort rental program, we offer very reasonable rates that are well below the rates quoted by the Resort. You also avoid the 14% state and resort taxes.  
-- Richard Cianciotto  - Sunday, June 15, 2003 at 22:06:35

Want a clean efficiency room. A lazy river, indoor and outdoor pool, possibly video games, laundry, two beds, close to putter golf, affordable.
-- Ron Leininger  - Wednesday, June 11, 2003 at 17:54:05

Just finished booking the "Boardwalk" because of its location. Almost afraid to ask, but does anyone have any comments about this hotel? Noise and teens I can deal with, but my room/pool cannot be dirty! Advice? Thanks
-- S Brewer  - Monday, June 9, 2003 at 16:41:17

Please send me brochures on Breakers Paradise towers and the hotels around it,,,,,thank you
-- Sharon Martin  - Saturday, June 14, 2003 at 10:41:39  

Hello - I am looking for a place to stay in N. Myrtle Beach that accepts pets. Any advice? Thanks
-- Shannon Bartley  - Thursday, June 5, 2003 at 20:34:20  

We would like to visit myrtle beech for the first time .we our having our 20th annversity july 28th.we were thinking about coming down .so if you any information about some places to stay and things to do around myrtle beech we would like for you to mail it to us. thank you.
-- annie fleener  - Monday, May 26, 2003 at 21:25:09

Looking for a three bedroom, 2 bath condo on the beach or within walking distance. Non smoking, sleeps 6, clean condo to rent from Aug 7 to Aug 12, 2003. Thanks!
-- Diane Carlson - Friday, May 23, 2003 at 14:21:53

need something near a amusement park, I have a family of 20, with 10 children.
-- Freeman Reynolds  - Monday, May 26, 2003 at 09:42:31

I need accomenddations for 7 people and we like to go to the pavillion to ride rides. We like to walk on the Grand Strand.
-- Kathy Pridmore  - Saturday, May 24, 2003 at 13:42:12

I own a 1 bedroom/1 bath condo in the Shore Drive section of Myrtle Beach. It has an outdoor pool, jacuzzi, and in-door pool. Steps from the me for more info..thanks..Louise
-- Louise Gentry-Morris  - Sunday, June 1, 2003 at 18:46:49

I am looking for pet friendly hotels, Thanks
-- Michelle Mucker  - Sunday, June 1, 2003 at 21:26:37

OCEAN PARK RESORT - My wife and I spent a great and relaxing 9-day stay in unit #1004 (10th floor) at the Ocean Park Resort. The unit was an ocean front, one-bedroom deluxe suite which was a corner unit. Aside from the typical ocean front balcony, it also had floor-to-ceiling windows in the livingroom and the bedroom that provided spectacular sunrises and views down the beach. The unit had a washer/dryer in the unit and new looking ceramic tile in the kitchen & bathrrom. The resort had an exercise room, large indoor pool & jacuzzi, land arge outdoor pool and jacuzzi. The front desk, maids and maintenance personnel were all very friendly and made our stay very pleasant. I have pictures to share if anyone plans on or is interested in staying there. It was a very pleasant and memorable vacation! 
-- Richard Cianciotto  - Wednesday, May 28, 2003 at 22:31:52

Planning a July or August holiday. We are from ontario and have never ben to Murtle Beach. What can you recommend for a place to stay that is not expensive.?
-- Rick Sawyer - Sunday, June 1, 2003 at 21:44:49

Also would like information on thing to do and do you allow dogs?
-- Robin Osborg  - Thursday, May 22, 2003 at 10:17:47

We stayed at the Hartford Inn in N. Myrtle Beach - Cherry Grove area about 10 years ago. We had the first floor unit - oceanfront with 2 teenage boys. We had a great time. You had a choice of sitting on the beach or on the concrete with lounge chairs. It was great. I'm also considering buying something similiar to that unit. Please let me know if Hartford Inn is still available and if there are any units within a reasonable price range to purchase
-- Joan DeMint  - Wednesday, May 21, 2003 at 09:51:08

Our first visit as a whole family(14 of us) to Myrtle Beach was in June 2000. We stayed at Wayward Winds--what a mistake, we rented the apartment, when we got there they had to exchange the sleeper sofa for another one cause the springs were coming out. The dishes they furnished were dirty,the laundry facilities were awful. This was just a miserable trip for my 4 because the baby stayed sick. In 2001, we went to nagshead---wonderful time. Now this year 2003 we are coming back to MB- we are staying at the Waters Edge Resort-- hopefully we will have a much better experience----sheila
-- sheila connelly - Sunday, May 18, 2003 at 14:19:02

I have already recieved a large book of information on vacation travel in Myrtle Beach. I am looking for information on one particular place. The place is "The Beach house and Racquet club" on 68th Ave. Please send me any information on this. THANK YOU
-- Chris Ackerman - Friday, May 16, 2003 at 06:10:10

Hey, This summer I and about 3 other girls are of course going to Myrtle Beach. Im 18 and the others are a yr or two younger than me. We would like to find a nice-inexpensive place to stay that won't mind having roudy teenagers having a good time late into the night. We would like a place that is clean, has a pool, hot tub, balcony, and on the beach. We have a month or so before we go but we like to plan ahead. Please e-mail me if a place like this is found. Thank You- Amber
-- Anonymous - Wednesday, May 14, 2003 at 20:28:16

Where can you stay with a 50 lb. dog? Would like to be no more than a 10 minute walk to the beach.
-- Richard Matthews  - Wednesday, May 14, 2003 at 14:58:18

I need a condo or some place that can house 6 people. This is for June 14-June 21, and I need a place that will accept 17 and 18 year olds. Thank you in advance.
-- Joan Massey  - Friday, May 9, 2003 at 08:25:00

I would like to bring my elderly parents for one week and need something on the beach lower level 1 or 2 bedroom or 1 bedroom and sofa, swimming pool somewhere close to restraunts and shopping 
-- Jeanne Shaffer  - Thursday, May 8, 2003 at 07:35:11

Accomodations where pets are allowed. 
-- DLorah Ferguson  - Monday, May 5, 2003 at 22:29:02

need 2 condo's ocean front myrtle beach or north myrtle beach are- 1 must be completely handicap accessible - 1 regular - prefer 2 bedrooms- arriving 9/7/03 & departing 9/11/03.
-- viola epling  - Monday, May 5, 2003 at 22:06:40

Please send me all info you can on the places to stay in Mrytle Beach. Thanks Hayley Deering
-- Hayley Deering- Monday, May 5, 2003 at 17:57:59

We are looking for an inexpensive condo or townhouse with a pool or oceanview for Sept 18 thru the 21. If you have anything please email me. We are attending a wedding in the area and the dates are firm.
-- Jim Jake  - Saturday, May 3, 2003 at 20:16:00

Hey! We are 4 (3 girls and a guy) young people (ages 20-21) from Europe and we are looking for a place to stay in Little River or North Myrtal Beach for free. We will stay there from the end of May till the beginning of September and in return we are willing to clean the house, work in the garden etc. Looking forward to all kind of propositions. Thank you in advance.
-- Helen Metsvaht  - Saturday, May 3, 2003 at 13:58:38

places that allows pets
-- judy lippard  - Friday, May 2, 2003 at 08:56:56

I would like a place kind of private and on the ocean, i have 2 small children and want to spend time with them instead of 1000's of other family's. This is our first vacation on the beach and we would like it to be memoriable. I really like north mrytle and like the condo setting. 2 or more bedrooms and a kitchen and laundry room. I would like the lower level because of small children and elderly family joining us. Please help.
-- michele richey - Thursday, May 1, 2003 at 21:12:58

Me and my best friend are looking for the cheapest motel possible in Myrtle Beach. Any motel will do. But every time I look something up I get all these expensive motels. We are only 18 ad can't afford it! So PLEASE email me if u can find a cheap motel anywhere from June 15-21...THANKS!!
-- Laura Rose - Tuesday, April 29, 2003 at 22:18:38

a recommendation l have received is for Sun Dunnes Hotel - can you provide details
-- Yvonne Usher  - Tuesday, April 29, 2003 at 05:10:44

We stayed at the PirateLand Camp Grounds on Rt.17 in Myrtal Beach, NC what a great time we had there the prices are reasonalbe we stayed in a rental in the camp grounds which were very spacouis and clean and, in the camp grounds there was everything you needed from a store to a snack bar to a laundry mat. the price was right and a great place to bring the family and camping on the ocean was wonderful..
-- Denise Ennello  - Sunday, April 27, 2003 at 14:42:06

I am looking for a oceanfront room with kitchen. We are planning to be in Mrytle Beach the week of Aug. 23-28. There are two adults & two childrens.
-- Alicia Sharpe - Saturday, April 26, 2003 at 19:38:18

We have a small dog we would like to brings with us. Is housebroken and does not bark. Is there any place available that will except pets, ocen front prefered.
-- janet augustine  - Friday, April 25, 2003 at 23:17:00

Do not stay at the Sea Mist. My family went there with another family in August, 2002. The place could be very good, maybe once they finish renovating all the rooms and build another parking garage, and hire better people - but who knows when that will be. They did renovate another building this year (they renovated one last year). There are about 12 buildings in all, so it might be good in 10 years.

I could write forever about my disappointments there. Whoever does their website/catalogues is a genius because they make it look incredible. I'll try to sum up my thoughts quickly:

Editor's Note: Sorry Doug, But this section was just too long to publish. Suffice it to say, sorry that you did not have a good time.

This was supposed to be short! I really can't stop talking about how bad it is. I am not kidding, what I typed above is only a few of the things about the place. I could go one for much, much more. 

We actually didn't care for Myrtle Beach in general, felt the whole city was rather dirty. Driving around there we did see a couple of hotels that looked nice (we never went in so they could be bad as well, but from the outside they looked great) - called The Breakers, and Camelot on the Bay. I doubt we'll step foot in Myrtle Beach again (unless we are just golfing) but we'd probably stay at one of those places.

The Sea Mist could be awesome - once they remodel the entire place (even the remodeled building didn't look awesome, just looked nice), hire nice people, get someone to run it who knows what they are doing, etc... 
-- Doug T  - Friday, April 25, 2003 at 07:08:15

Looking for a three or four bedroom house in quite area on the beach (Cerry Grove, Surf Side).
-- Ella Milligan  - Thursday, April 24, 2003 at 21:59:07

-- LINDA DAVIS  - Thursday, April 24, 2003 at 17:34:30

My name husband an I have never camped at the beach and are planning to do so this spring. I need some information on the avaliable campground at Myrtle Beach. Mye-mail addressi 
-- Tammy Lollis - Wednesday, April 23, 2003 at 06:55:23

We spent 5 glorious nights at the SeaMist Oceanfront Resort. This vacation was PERFECT for children ages 7,8,and 11. The room was clean an newly remodeled, the Fun in the Sun Value pkg. is WELL worth the price of the room. The staff was EXCELLENT and I know they really had to haul to get the place in shape for arrival on April 13th. SC had lousy weather prior to that date also, and the Ammons family spared no expense to bring that resort up to speed. I will bring my family back there every year from now on. The fun in the Sun pkg. included daily passes to family Kingdom ($20 per person w/o value pkg). We spent $2,000 on entertainment in the past, but this resort brought that down to aprx. $200 because of all the amenities.
-- Kathy Gerringer  - Tuesday, April 22, 2003 at 22:02:33

I am a single female coming over from the Uk looking for places to stay at a reasonable rate and things to do, places to eat etc
-- Tricia Turner  - Tuesday, April 22, 2003 at 16:41:36

I'm looking for a nice Condo or oceanfront place to stay in Myrtle Beach. I want to bring my 5lb maltese dog with me though and haven't had much luck finding a "nice" affordable place to stay for me and my husband. Please email me if you are aware of any. Thank-you!
-- Renee` Hendrick  - Wednesday, April 16, 2003 at 16:55:42

My girlfriend, a few friends(4-5) and I are looking for a place to stay in myrtle beach. We have been looking for several months but cannot seem to find a place that is on the beach and will rent to adults under 25. My friends and I are between the ages of 20-21, and would appreciate if you could contact me on any info you have!! you can contactme at  or my girlfriend at  Thanks for you help Justin Smith, and Shannon Miller
-- Justin smith  - Wednesday, April 16, 2003 at 13:59:10

Looking for an oceanfront view condo for my boyfriend and I, and about 4-5 of our close friends. We would like to go June 21-28. Thanks for your help. 
-- Shannon Miller  - Wednesday, April 16, 2003 at 13:49:52

I need a place that excepts 19 year olds there.
-- Adrian Martin - Sunday, April 13, 2003 at 18:13:39

I need someone to help me find a place for May 23-25 2003. I need it for four people. I need to be close to all the events going on at Bike Week in Myrtle Beach. I prefer a cheap room due us not being in them that long.
-- Ericka Williams  - Friday, April 11, 2003 at 21:26:06

10 people cheap accomodation or info on where to get acc. in myrtle beach. thanks a million
-- jeff mac cardo  - Tuesday, April 8, 2003 at 13:17:56

I need to find a place to stay for Senior Beach week
-- Jennifer Turner  - Tuesday, April 8, 2003 at 11:19:33

I would like to rent a house, condo villa etc. I have a family of 8. 2 adults / 6 children. we would like to invite additional people to come and stay if we can find a place large enough or 2 locations next to each other. I appreciate any assistance you can give me. Thanks Rosie
-- Rosa Filla  - Friday, April 4, 2003 at 07:58:11

Please Show Me what and where the Polynesian Resort Or Bahama
-- Latoya Henderson  - Wednesday, April 2, 2003 at 13:53:47

Thing's to do places to eat. more Info on North Myrtle Beach. 
-- Kasy Harris - Tuesday, April 1, 2003 at 13:02:13

I need a condo for the week of June 7. I'd like 3 bedrooms but don't want to pay a fortune, or not pay enough and get a dump. Can anyone recommend Ocean Creek Garden Villas, Brigadune, Windmere, or Sea Castle?
-- Trisha Warren  - Monday, March 31, 2003 at 19:03:05

We are planning a family trip to myrtle beach in june 2003. My husband and myself have two girls 14 and 15. Received a brochure on seamist resorts, is this a good place to stay, clean etc... The prices seem reasonable. Would like your comments is you've stayed at seamist resorts. Thank you, Robin
-- robin young  - Sunday, March 30, 2003 at 17:52:41

We are taking our first trip to Myrtle Beach April 11. We are staying at a place called Ocean Plaza. Anyone know if this is a poor choice?
-- k o - Wednesday, March 26, 2003 at 20:01:32

Me and my friends are planning a beach trip to Myrtle in the summer. We are finding it hard to find house and condo rentals that will rent to people under the age of 25. If anyone knows of a good place that will rent to us PLEASE EMAIL ME!!! Thanks!!
-- Linda Jones  - Wednesday, March 26, 2003 at 18:47:44

We have vacationed at Myrtle Beach for several years in the past. We are looking for a large 5 to 7 bedroom house with a private pool. Aug 25th or Sept 1 for 7 days. We are a non smoking crew, no drinking, no pets or small children. Anyone that can help me, please e-mail me the info.
-- Linda Almsteadt  - Sunday, March 23, 2003 at 17:28:10

St. Johns Inn is reasonably priced, clean, and pet friendly. Across the street from ocean(5 min. or less walk). I like Room 217. Nice courtyard with large pool.
-- Richard Matthews - Sunday, March 23, 2003 at 05:19:08

I'm looking for a place to stay. I would prefer a beach house. There are about 10 people trying to stay together. If anyone has a place to rent or know of any places to rent in the Myrtle Beach area please contact me. 
-- Kristin Lupardus ) - Friday, March 21, 2003 at 14:42:29

I'm looking for a place to stay for bake week may 23-25 that don't cost that about 150 a night a 3 bed room on the north myrtle beach next s.ocean blvd. crescent beach section A.S.A.P. thank you camelia smith
-- camelia smith  - Thursday, March 20, 2003 at 21:19:56

I am looking for a room near the pavilion. Me an my friends are coming down in may for the bike rally and we are looking for rooms located near the pavilion. If anybody can helps us we will be thankful. Sincerely,
-- kanisha caldwell  - Saturday, March 15, 2003 at 18:05:25

Hello! My family and another are looking for a nice hotel or villa to stay at in Myrtle Beach for the last week of August, 2003. Anyone have any suggestions for nine people which includes four kids and a teenager? We want someplace clean, family friendly and with a lot to do (pools, lazy river, beachfront, etc.) I'm not looking to spend a ton of money, but I'm not looking to cut corners either. Any help by an experienced traveler to the area would be appreciated. Please contact me. Many thanks!
-- Glen Held  - Thursday, March 13, 2003 at 14:03:51

There is a group Of 6 very mature girls (ages 18-19) looking for an ocean front or ocean view room for May 30,03 to June 6, 03 to stay in for senior week. Since the hotels only seem to let you reserve rooms if you are 21 and older we can not find one. If anyone knows where to stay (cheap) please contact me, Tiffany Hanson by April 1st,03 at so we can make reservations. (Thanks A bunch:) P.S. One room is all we want.
-- Tiffany Hanson  - Thursday, March 13, 2003 at 08:51:08

Hi my name is Kim and me and a few of my friends are wanting to stay in Myrtle Beach for a graduation trip we are having a hard time finding a place to stay because we are only 18 can anyone help.
-- Kim Coffee  - Monday, March 10, 2003 at 13:26:29

Need 1 bedroom rental beach house or cottage must have ocean view.6/30/03 thru 7/5 /03 leave on 5th. THANKS
-- DANNY BRYAN  - Friday, March 7, 2003 at 21:29:21

Me and like 9 of my friends are planning a senior trip to myrtle beach and are having a hard time finding a condo or a house. We are all 18 and 19. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
-- BOBBY MEEK - Wednesday, March 5, 2003 at 15:30:13

I am looking for a Hotel or Condo with at least 2 bedrooms on the beach for the week of June 21 through June 28. I would really like to have a restaurant, pools, and things for kids to do. If it has a pool or pools and is on the beach and is clean I will be happy. I prefer to be close, 2 to 4 blocks, to the Pavilion area but it is not necessary. Please e-mail me A.S.A.P. so that I may make reservations. Thanks, 
-- Diane Matics  - Tuesday, March 4, 2003 at 19:26:10

I need information for 2nd or 3rd row condo's in august9-august16 a 2 bed room for 2 adults and 1 child a queen in both rooms
-- Eric Middaugh  - Saturday, March 1, 2003 at 21:57:23

My friends and I are in search of a hotel for May 24 - 26, 2003 but we are only 18. If you have an answer to our problem please contact me 
-- Charity Franklin - Thursday, February 27, 2003 at 16:22:26

Looking for a hotel that's had IN ROOM FULL SIZE JACUZZIS.....found many that advertise in room Jacuzzi's when in fact they are just bath tubs with whirlpool jets......can anyone help? 
-- Theresa Deemer  - Thursday, February 27, 2003 at 11:03:34

Looking for 2BR suite for 3 adults Must be oceanfront Must have outdoor pool facing the beach Would like pool area to have a bar Must have beach service (umbrella chairs)
-- Sharon Edwards - Wednesday, February 26, 2003 at 16:32:30

My friends and I want to go to the beach this summer when school gets out. We are all college students between the ages 18-21. We want to rent a house or a condo. Where are some places that rent to college-aged students??
-- michelle locke  - Wednesday, February 26, 2003 at 13:12:44

Hello, I am having a problem finding accommodation for the summer in Myrtle Beach, 5 of my friends and I am coming to work in myrtle beach for the summer months . We are all 21 and 3rd level students from Ireland. If anyone can help please email me
-- LOUIS COHEN - Wednesday, February 26, 2003 at 06:24:23

We own a condo at the Compass Cove Resort. It's great. You can see more details by going to 
-- Alex Grips.  - Tuesday, February 25, 2003 at 16:21:54

What is the best place to camp with a 3 and 5 year old at Myrtle Beach. We would like to camp as close to the ocean as possible with our feet in the sand!! We have a 35' motor home. Thanks!
-- Cheryl Farmer  - Monday, February 24, 2003 at 15:09:37

I need a house for a church group for 18 people. thanks,
-- sheri brown  - Sunday, February 23, 2003 at 20:20:12

We are going to be driving through S.C. in June/July and we would like to stay near Myrtle Beach for a night. We aren't looking for a low priced regular hotel. We are only staying for a night so we want to make it special and stay somewhere nice. We have stayed at places before that are around 350.00 a night. That is expensive but worth it to us to have a memorable time. We are looking for a place that has for example your own personal hot tubs and things like that. If there is nothing available like this then if you could please just find some info. for us about staying somewhere really nice. Thanks-
-- Melissa Stohr - Friday, February 21, 2003 at 14:42:10

My fiancé' and I would like to know where we could stay *cheap* at myrtle beach. I am 18 and he is 19. we are responsible. we would like to know of a cheap place to rent (hotel or condo...doesn't matter) that is small...or a 2 bedroom place because another couple may come also. prefer oceanfront...thanks!!
-- Tracy M  - Tuesday, February 18, 2003 at 00:47:24

Request catalog on places to stay/visit/golf for the month of may 03
-- JOSEPH COPENHAVER  - Thursday, February 13, 2003 at 22:34:20

I am a senior in high school and am looking for a place for a group of my friends and I to stay in Myrtle Beach. We are all only 18 and it seems that all of the hotels in Myrtle Beach require you to be 19 or older in order to stay there. I am desperately searching for a nice hotel on the beach that will actually allow ten to twenty of us to stay there!!! Thank you
-- Kari VanDenHaute  - Monday, February 10, 2003 at 20:40:42

looking for a 4 bedroom condo to stay at the end of May
-- mary bays - Wednesday, February 5, 2003 at 19:34:54

Golf trip and enjoy the beach view - reasonable rates
-- Wendy Strunk  - Wednesday, February 5, 2003 at 09:49:01

Me and my friends are planning our senior trip 2003, anyone have any information on the POINDEXTER, I would greatly appreciate it if you could send me any info on the POINDEXTER that you may have. Thanks.
-- Kelly Erwin  - Sunday, February 2, 2003 at 21:42:09

I am interested in places to stay at a decent price for senior week and I wanted to know when senior week is. Thanks
-- Jessica Crawford  - Sunday, February 2, 2003 at 14:44:22

To whom it may concern (hopefully the management at the Beach Colony Resort 5308 Ocean Blvd) My husband and I spent from Jan 24 2003-Jan 28 2003 celebrating our silver 25th wedding anniversary at the Beach Colony. I personally love SC especially Myrtle Beach. The morning before we left at approximately 4:35am I had the unique pleasure of watching the moon (not the sun) come out of the water, the north star was beside the moon, and it looked like a tiny ship. The star and moon both had an amber glow, God's beauty is unspeakable looking out over the waters. My husband said "No wonder they call this the "blue planet". I did not know they did call our space the blue planet. Everyone at the Beach Colony was wonderful from the maid service to the front desk. My husband and I enjoyed our stay so much we booked 7 days in November (we both do not like crowds). We are planning on becoming snowbirds to start out with the month of January 2004,then 3months,and officially retiring at Myrtle Beach. There is always something to do or go we both love seafood and Captain George's is the place. I had to take my husband two nights. My niece Mandi Hawkinberry moved to Myrtle Beach approximately 3 years ago. She just recently moved to the apartment complex Carolina Forest, what a place. Mandi's apartment is beautiful and she pays less than she would if she rented in our hometown of Fairmont. I would like to say a special thank you to Tammy, and I believe her name was Debbie at the front desk, all the snowbird tenants that I met, and Dave in maintenance who retired from DC Geico Ins, what a pleasant wonderful person he is. Well see you in November, once again thanks for making our 25th a blessed time to remember...sgaybark (better known as Mrs Richard Barker or my friends call me Shirley......) 
-- Shirlely Barker  - Saturday, February 1, 2003 at 08:20:40

Hi it's Dave again. I forgot to put my age, 17. We're willing to put down some sort of an insurance policy too. Anything. Please give me your ideas. 
-- Dave S - Thursday, January 30, 2003 at 18:30:43

I want to go to Myrtle Beach with teenagers but also a younger child.I'd like to be somewhere where there are things to do but I also want to stay at a nice condo. Is North Myrtle Beach fun or is there a difference. Like is it packed with just old people or something. Has anyone heard of the Baywatch condos in north Myrtle Beach. They look nice over the internet.
-- Mary Heyboer  - Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at 17:52:30

I am looking for a hotel that's affordable March 8-15 2003. check age 18 years of age. two rooms or one rooms. or a suite their will be 4 of us going. please respond a.s.a.p thank you also that is located right on the beach and on the strip that is convenient to local night clubs and restaurant that u.
-- Emily Batts  - Tuesday, January 28, 2003 at 15:50:04

My family and I have been vacationing in Myrtle Beach for years--my folks participate in the annual Harley Davidson Bike Week, we've been going to MB since I was young, and now I'm 21 and plan to bring my 3 year old son to MB this weekend for his second trip--we've had such a great time of the years that I'm thrilled to share the experience with him. I would just like to suggest that for any of you vacationers who still enjoy traveling (despite the season), there are excellent deals in MB during off-season. My family and I reside in Wilmington,NC (approx. 1 hr. 15 min drive to MB) and love driving to MB to spend a few days in an awesome resort that we would normally pay $130+ per night for. Although the summer is the ideal time to visit MB, it's nice to travel there and relax, without the traffic and crowds, and enjoy the luxuries of great hotels and resorts at half the price. This trip, we will be staying at the Crown Reef Resort (new to MB) in a King Jucuzzi Suite, oceanfront, two seperate bedrooms, full kitchen, and a jucuzzi...all for $89 per night. We can't wait!
-- Ashley Clark  - Friday, January 24, 2003 at 09:48:13

Hi, My friend Jeff is staying on Myrtle Beach with his family and friends for spring break. A group of 4 of us who are Jeff's friends are coming down on a Greyhound, and we need a place to stay that is legal. I don't care if I have to sleep on the floor, we just need something on the cheaper side. I would be willing to camp in a tent, but nothing looks like id work out. Anyone have any ideas?
-- David Schulwitz  - Thursday, January 23, 2003 at 22:50:14

I am looking for hotels in myrtle beach or the surrounding areas that allow the minimum check in age of 18. if anyone knows of any places, please e-mail me as soon as possible. 
-- Michelle Brennan  - Thursday, January 23, 2003 at 12:04:45

If you are going to the Myrtle Beach area I highly recommend calling the Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce 1-800-496-8250 and order the FREE Stay & Play book. It offers a wide variety of accommodations to choose from. My family and I have been going to the MB area for 9 years for our vacation. Having a young child we wouldn't go anywhere else. The area offers so much for all ages! I will start with accommodations. In the past we have stayed at The Poindexter (now I think it is called Atlantica). It was Okay. When we first arrived I was impressed with the appearance and staff. I was not impressed with our OF room. The view was spectacular from our balcony but the room itself could have used a make over. The lock on our door was broken but I can say when we called to have it fixed maint. was at our room in no time. We have also stayed at the Regatta (1 row back). Very clean, wonderful staff, great rates and location, a very "simple" place. The Polynesian was okay. The pools and hot tubs were nice but crowded (July) of course. The OF room..... well it had been used many times. Ocean Lodge...clean and the price was reasonable. The only thing was the "driveway" that went to the only parking around back. It was sand not paved. We had to avoid big holes but that has been 3 years ago maybe they have paved it since then. Davids Landing (1 row back) it was very clean! We really didn't know what to think because it was so cheap $65. It is located further down south near Crown Reef. As a family we really liked it because it was away from the crowd but still Ocean Boulevard. The staff was great and the location was easy to get waiting in traffic! If you are not wanting to spend a fortune on a place to lay your head than I recommend Davids Landing. Every year we stay somewhere different. Not because we haven't found a good place all these places I would stay at again but why only stick with one flavor when you have 100 too choose from. As far as entertainment...Family Kingdom is great and you do not have to pay to enter and it offers a variety of rides for all ages of children & adults. If you want to venture out in the ocean go to Captain Dicks. We make it priority every year to go on the Marsh Explorer. Although it doesn't go out into the ocean but in the channel. You can look it up on the internet and it tells all about it. The evening sight seeing cruise is nice at the beginning but kind of boring when you are heading back to the dock. The Sea Screamer and Hurricane (Little River) are EXTREME entertainment. Be prepared to get wet!! We enjoyed it and you really go out into the ocean. Carolina Opry is wonderful, nothing what I thought it would be. I also recommend this for the whole family. The MB Flea Market is great to walk around in and look. You can find all the beach nik naks there instead of fighting the crowds on the grand strand. Alligators Adventure I do not recommend unless you enjoy looking at sleeping alligators and alligators with limbs missing. Although we did run into Bobby Labonte (Nascar driver for those who do not know who he is) and his his autograph and picture. That was worth the admission. House of Blues is great. Eat outdoors and enjoy the band!!! Well enough said. I could go on and on but I must leave you with something to look forward to. Overall MB is GREAT and we look forward to going every year!!
-- Mark & Kristie Harbison  - Monday, January 20, 2003 at 00:45:35

Hello!! I am 18 yrs old and I am looking for a place to stay at Myrtle Beach. Some friends and I are going and I can't find andy reasonable places for us to stay. I want a place clean, nice, and will let 18 yr olds rent. Thanks
-- Heather Radford  - Sunday, January 19, 2003 at 11:49:47

I have stayed in myrtle beach before but just in small eff. hotels ocean front and that was when my children was just small they have grown up and i need to stay some where a little bigger and I would like something a like more "lux"with fire places and jaz,but isnt going to cost me my life savings if ANY ONE can HELP me find that place please PLEASE EMAIL me at  all help will be thank for.2003
-- alicia a  - Friday, January 17, 2003 at 21:41:54

I want to rent an ocean view unit in the Tilghman Beach and Raquet Club. I need some names of people to contact If you could help I would appreciate it.
-- Ray Haupt - Friday, January 17, 2003 at 12:06:21

We always stay at the St. Johns Inn which have nice studio condos,low rates, across the street from the ocean at 6900 North Ocean Boulevard. Nice courtyard with large pool. Use of Caravelle resort amenities.
-- Richard Matthews  - Thursday, January 16, 2003 at 19:18:22

Okay. me and my sister are planning on going to Myrtle Beach for the week of April 18-23..and we have been non-stop searching for a hotel to rent to 18 year olds and we have had no such luck with hotels near the strip that rent to 18 year olds and all the hotels are outrageous we don't care what the hotel is like long as it has a bed and a bathroom .. we are fine if you have any extremely cheap rates for hotels that rent to 18 year olds that is located relatively close to the strip it would be very much appreciated!!
-- Kendra Johnson  - Wednesday, January 15, 2003 at 00:50:52

** Need help! I need a fairly inexpensive 2bd/2ba condo/hotel/resort w/ indoor pool for first week of March '03 in North Myrtle Beach area. Preferalby Windy Hill area. ** thanks 
-- gwen williams  - Tuesday, January 14, 2003 at 19:15:32

Hi, I am an 18 year old girl looking for a place to stay with about 7 of my friends. I would like to find a cheap hotel that is located on the strip that rents to 18 year olds. If you know of any places, please e-mail me ASAP. We are planning our trip around the second or third week in June. Thank you!
-- Rachael Micheli  - Tuesday, January 14, 2003 at 12:08:26

My friend and are 18 and 19 and we are looking for a nice and cheap place to stay for spring break, March 22-26. please e-mail me with any information you may have on places that will rent out to 18 year olds! Thank you so much! 
-- Rachel Sprite - Thursday, January 9, 2003 at 18:01:26

Looking for a nice hotel the end of March
-- Joan Koster  - Thursday, January 9, 2003 at 15:07:22

I have never been to Myrtle Beach and my husband and I are going in April. My sister has been and she said lots of the hotels wont rent a room to you if you are under 25 years of age. Is this true and if so does anyone know the ones that will rent to you. Thanks for the help. .
-- cassie daniel  - Wednesday, January 8, 2003 at 17:11:22

I am looking for a place to stay for 4 adults and 1 very small dog very well behaved and housed in its own kennel most of the day. Stay would be for April 2003 so I would need to know rather soon. The adults are Seniors please let me know. Thank You
-- LYNNE CALLAHAN  - Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 17:46:38

Hi me and my friends are looking for a cheap place to stay in June. We are 18 and we would like to know places where 18 year olds are allowed to get rooms. thanks. please email me.
-- Tori Hamilton  - Thursday, January 2, 2003 at 16:34:28

I'm trying to find opinions on the Ocean Creek Resort. Specifically, the Garden Villas, how roomy are they? Thinking about staying there this summer.
-- Beverly Jones  - Wednesday, December 18, 2002 at 16:48:22

We are looking for a condo or house that accommodates 15 to 20 people, preferably in the heart of Myrtle Beach. Guests would be 18 years old on a senior trip from June 2nd through the 9th. Feel free to e-mail me with any information that you might have. 
-- Meagan Tuggle  - Sunday, December 17, 2002 at 01:49:39

Hi! Myself and 2 friends are coming from Ireland to Myrtle beach for the summer. We are looking for somewhere cheap and cheerful to stay. WE hope to be there from end of May through to the end or mid September. If anyone can help we would greatly appreciate it," . We are all 20. Thanx, Karina
-- Karina Ward  - Saturday, December 16, 2002 at 08:46:58

My girlfriend & I want to stay at the Brigadune Condo's for the week of May 10th/03 for one week, 2 Bedrooms, if anyone has a rental unit please Thank you, Debbie 
-- Debbie Gaudette  - Friday, December 15, 2002 at 21:43:52

Hi, I am looking for a hotel fit for at least 4 to 5 people on the strip but nothing expensive. This will be for the week from June 1 to June 8! Does anyone know a place to stay under 100 dollars a night. Thanks!
-- Chelsea Acord - Thursday, December 7, 2002 at 17:34:45

I recently stayed at the summit on a golf trip and loved it. I would like to stay there again, but can't find any information on this condo. Travel agent has been no help. Looking to go mid to late June for a week party size will be 8 3bdr preferred. Thanks to anyone who can help.
-- DAVE MAHANEY  - Thursday, December 7, 2002 at 13:16:33

My family and I love Myrtle Beach! The beach is SOOO beautiful and it is a fun place to visit all year long! We have gone there so many times that we decided to buy a condo at BayWatch! CHECK IT OUT! The view is unbelievable!
-- kelly otoole  - Tuesday, December 5, 2002 at 22:39:30

Hello, My family is planning a trip to Myrtle Beach in June and we were looking for a place to rent on the beach that allows pets. Is there such a place?
-- Lisa Mills  - Tuesday, December 5, 2002 at 18:04:48

I am trying to set up a senior beach trip for me and some of my high school friends. We decided to go to Myrtle Beach, SC. I am seeking information on houses in close proximity of the beach, site attractions, and clubs that allow teenagers to attend. Any other information I can receive would be greatly appreciated. We intend to go to Myrtle Beach June 21/22 to June 28/29, 2003. We also desire the Northside of Myrtle Beach. Thanks
-- Colleen Cawley  - Tuesday, December 5, 2002 at 09:22:01

I have stayed at a house in North Myrtle Beach that has three bedrooms, 3 baths and is one block from the ocean. Great house to stay in. It also allows pets. Please contact me if you are interested in more info. Bella
-- Bella Stuckey  - Monday, December 4, 2002 at 10:29:57

We travel to Myrtle Beach and stay for at least 3 months during the winter time. We have stayed at many hotels but have found that The Palace Resort if by far the best. The resort has a restaurant/lounge, heated enclosed pools, a attached parking garage, and everything is enclosed where you do not have to walk out into the weather unless you want to. We also enjoy eating at Sara J's in Garden City and golfing at the TPC in Merrills Inlet. Good Luck.. Hope this Helped
-- Phillip  - Monday, October 21, 2002 at 00:34:09

Has anybody stayed at the Baywatch Sands Resort? I'm planning a trip to Myrtle Beach in January and have a free hotel certificate and from what I've read, this seems like the best option. Thanks!
-- Jen  - Thursday, October 10, 2002 at 23:19:45

Hi, my family travels to Myrtle beach every year, The very place to stay is The Palms Resort, 2500 north Ocean Blvd, and the phone number is 1-800-528-0451. We always stay in the 3 bedroom condo or the penthouse, it is a very family friendly place and quiet. Always clean and the staff their are so friendly. We also love to stay at the captain's quarters, we stay here we are just going for a few days or in the cooler months, rooms are nice and they have a indoor bowling alley with a nice game room for the kids, also lots of indoor pools for the kids to enjoy when it is to cold to swim in the ocean. 901 South Ocean Blvd, , 1-800-843-3561. now I want to tell you what to BEWARE of: BlueGreen Vacations... their people stand outside of restaurants and give you this line about going on a 90 minute tour of shorecrest 2 in north myrtle beach and you will get a free vacation!!! DON"T GO!!!! my husband and my mom went to the tour, purchased a condo, and we have only stepped foot in the condo once and that was on the tour! we can't get in shore crest as owners but we can get in if we pay what someone who does not own would . we have to exchange our week with "RCI and go to parts unknown!! we were told that we would have to pay a $300.00 eminence fee every year ! last year our eminence fee was $712.00!!!!!!!! I could on and on. just don't get suckered into this, there is no way out and no one wants to buy it !!
-- michelle  - Monday, October 7, 2002 at 16:41:09

Hi, Just returned from a four night stay at Sandcastle Beach South Resort and thought it was great. It is a great time to go - uncrowded pool area and uncrowded beach. Nice weather and mostly seniors, families with young children and couples. Tropical Storm Isidore threatened to ruin our stay but the rain mostly stayed away! We had lovely weather in the lower 80's. Sandcastle was clean, the rooms were nice (not elegant) and the staff were fine. All the rooms have an oceanfront balcony! The housekeeping staff were prompt every morning - usually banging on our door between 9 am and 10 am. They have two nice pools and 3 hot tubs and a lazy river. All were clean - the pools were a little warm, but I guess it is fall even though the weather is warm. They had a great internet rate through their website and the price was great. We would stay there again. We have stayed at other places in MB that we would not go to again, but Sandcastle was fine. Try burgers at River City Cafe - very good hamburgers for a reasonable price. Voted best burgers on the beach. 
-- C.L.  - Saturday, September 28, 2002 at 18:21:51

Sept. 2002 - My wife and I have been staying at the OCEAN PARK Resort since 1986 and have always had a wonderful vacation experience. We usually stay in one of the 1-bedroom executive suite end units (#1004) which has windows in the bedroom and living room looking North down the beach. Because we stay on the 10th floor, we have a very panoramic view at night and spectacular sun rises in the mornings! The end units have their own washer and dryer in the room, 2 full sized beds in the bedroom, a Murphy pull down bed in the living room as well as the typical full kitchen. The front desk, maids and maintenance staff have always been very helpful to insure we have the best stay possible. The furniture in the units are constantly being upgraded to insure a pleasant stay. When we last visited, we found a new couch in the living room, a totally renewed bathroom (toilet, light fixtures & wallpaper) as well as new ceramic tile on the floors of the bathroom and kitchen. They just began providing a free continental breakfast, which made those early morning walks on the beach, that much more enjoyable! The Resort has a large indoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi in addition to 2 outdoor pools and a Jacuzzi. The building is next to Hurl Rock Park and the Spring Garden restaurant is just a few blocks away on Ocean Blvd. I recommend anyone who wants to enjoy a relaxing stay in Myrtle Beach to consider OCEAN PARK. Their prices are very reasonable and their hospitality will keep you coming back year after year! Feel free to email me with any questions you may have. 
-- Dick  - Thursday, September 19, 2002 at 19:54:42

We are looking for a villa (we always stayed at Hilton Head in one of the plantations) where there is golf, bike trails, pool, tennis - if anyone has a villa to rent - Please let us know. We have a 6lb dog - caged at night - doesn't sleep on the bed. Very well behaved. We have references from other owners if needed. My husband is a golf pro and we want to go to Myrtle Beach area Easter of 2003 (April) because our son is attending college near there. We can be close to him and be able to visit him while he is at school. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
-- Ann Coleman  - Wednesday, September 4, 2002 at 12:48:03

We are looking for a nice place to stay the week of June 10 or 11, but most say they won't take reservations for 18 year olds. We would like to stay near the Water park & Pav. Does anyone have the names of places that will rent to someone this age? Its a graduation present from our parents, but I didn't know it would be this difficult. 
-- KRISTIN  - 4/9/01

Hello, We are planning a trip to Myrtle Beach in June. We have made reservations at the Compass Cove(Swampfox) and I would like to know what is there to do around there. Where can we go to eat. I like seafood. Also if you don't recommend Compass Cove do you think Captains' Quarters, Sea Mist, or Blue Water Resort will be better. Where exactly is Compass Cove located. It says that is on 2311 South Ocean Blvd. Is that in the South End of the North Myrtle Beach, or is it in the South Myrtle Beach. 
-- Tonya  - 4/9/01

Hi , My husband & I plus kids and pets. Are planning a trip to Myrtle beach. We will be traveling in a R.V. . So we need to find a place to park at. like in camp park . that allows pets . and visitors. I have little dogs .So , please send me an e-mail as soon as possible. and we want it to be reasonable and the least expensed. Thank You !!!!
--  - 4/8/01

My husband and I are planning a vacation with our 2 children the first week of August, but we are not sure where to stay. Could you please recommend some places that are inexpensive but at the same time may overlook the ocean. We have never gone away before, and would like to make this very exciting for all of us. Thank you-Desiree
-- Desiree Singh  - 4/5/01

Hi me and my friends are planning a trip down to Myrlte beach this summer (2001). We are only 18 and so we wanted to know where is a good place to stay to meet other people our age. We were thinking about the Crown Reef. IF anyone has information I would really appreciate it.  Thanks
-- Riz - 4/3/01

I'm planning a trip to MB this August 2001,I have made reservations at Compass Cove(formerly Swamp Fox). If anyone could share experiences with this hotel, I'd appreciate it.If it is clean,and good place to take children and where it is located at. Only second time at MB and not familiar with surroundings. I stayed at Holiday Inn 1200 N, at the pavilion first trip and loved every minute of it. the location, the room, the pools, everything, hoping for same thing with Compass Cove. I can still change plans so any info would be great! thanks in advance 
-- Teresa  - 4/1/01

My friends and I are planning a trip to Myrtle Beach and we are having problems finding somewhere to stay because we are only 18 and there are 8 of us. If anyone could give me the names of some hotels that would rent to us I would really appreciate it. You can spend me 
-- Chrissie  - 3/28/01

If you stay more toward the center of Myrtle Beach prepared for more TEENS and more noise at night and more traffic there. We like staying way down in the last part of the motel strip....south ocean boulevard.
Places to go after supper at night...Broadway At the Beach....where you can shop and walk off your dinner.
-- Mrs. Lynne A. Elmira New York - 3/28/01

my friends and i are trying to find a place to stay in myrtle beach in early june(2001) we're planning our senior trip and aren't having much luck. there will be either 3 girls or seven as of right now. if someone has any information please e-mail me, thanks!
-- nicole crispin  - 3/27/01

We have stayed at the Caribbean Resort two times now and loved the view, the pools, the service and the rooms have always been clean. The Sea Captain's Restaurant is next door and is very good. We would stay there again.
-- Natalie Bucher -- 3/15/01

Seven Friends and I are planning a trip to Myrtle Beach for a senior trip on June 2nd through June 10th.We're not sure what side to stay on so if anyone has any suggestions feel free to e- mail me. Our next problem is finding a good hotel/motel that all of us can stay in together(4 beds...enough for eight people) any suggestions and that we can get ourselves. Thanks ...
-- Tonya Richards 02/21/2001

I am looking for an Oceanfront condo in the Myrtle Beach area that allows pets (I have a small dog 3 lbs.). Also it needs to accommodate 6 people. I will be traveling at the end of November. Thanks
-- Marcia  02/20/2001

Here a suggestion for Tracey, visit We stayed here last year at the Veradas and were blown away, blown away!! Stunning view right on the beach, stayed end of August at a DELUXE 4 huge 4 bedroom condo for $1,000.00. Great price and Great time. highly recommended, we are going back twice this year!!! 
-- Paul  02/20/2001

I'm hoping to get some suggestions from those of you whom are very familiar with Myrtle Beach. I've been visiting the Grand Strand since I was just a tot myself, but now we are taking our 16 month old son for the first time this May. We haven't been to Myrtle Beach since 1995, however I am very comfortable finding my way around. Any suggestions on great places to take kids??? Johnny Mike will be 19 months by the time we get to MB. Any of your suggestions are welcome. Thanks in Advance!
-- Audra 02/17/2001

Me and my fiancé are bringing our families on a vacation this year at the beach. I really have no idea on how to find the accommodations that we need. We are planning the trip for the second weeks of June, 2000 and desperately need information on accommodations. We are looking for a four -five bedroom preferably, close to the beach and boardwalk. A three bedroom would due though. Any Ideas???? Please help! I have to look good for my future in-laws. 
-- Tracey  2/17/2001

We will be staying at Captains Quarters from April 6 thru the 16th. We have 4 children. Ages 17, 15, and 5 . Any suggestions on places to go. Also any comments on the Captains Quarters would be greatly appreciated. 
-- Lyn 02/13/2001

Well I'm going to myrtle beach in like 3 weeks and i was wondering if there is anywhere I can rent a car being an 18 yr old person. I was also wondering what the cab fare is like down there? 
-- sera  2/12/01

-- rs 02/12/2001

This would be my first time to go to Myrtle Beach and I need to know what week end it starts on. And what good hotels to stay. I have about ten friends that is coming with me and I want it to be right. so if any one can tell me what week end and a couple of hotels to stay at, I will very much appreciate it.  Thank you very much.
-- 2/11/2001

A group of 12 to 15 of us, all family, are planning a trip to Myrtle Beach sometime after July 5, 2001 for 5 to 7 days. Looking for a house large enough to accommodate all, reasonably close to the beach and entertainment. Also some sort of golf package would be good. Please let me know what's available and how specific on the dates we need to be.
-- Jerry Finkle 2/11/2001

We're planning a trip in early April 2001, thinking of staying at the new BayWatch Sands Resort in North Myrtle Beach. Wondered if anyone knows anything about it or the "sister" Sands Resorts in Myrtle Beach. Also, wondered how the weather will be in early April - warm enough to swim outside in a heated pool? Any info would be appreciated. 
-- Julie  2/7/2001

We're planning our first trip to Myrtle Beach. Has anyone stayed at the Shorecrest Vacation Villas? We're planning on going in early April. How is the weather then?
-- Julie  2/6/2001

Needing to find out info on a hotel called "tropical winds." last known location was south ocean blvd. If anyone has the phone number of where this hotel can be reached we would gladly appreciate it. Also if we could get the address as well would be helpful. Because I am having trouble contacting them to make reservations. If you could please e-mail us as soon as possible. Thank you so very much!!
Patricia A Massey 2/1/2001

I am 18 years old and I am interested in taking a trip to Myrtle Beach in about a week. Although it is a little short of a notice but I wanted to go for my birthday. I was wondering if anyone can email me on some nice places to stay who will allow me to rent a room since I am only 18 years old. 
Tiana 1/31/2001

This will be our third time to vacation in Myrtle Beach. The first time we stopped on our way to Disney World. That was in 1995. We came back again in 1999. And now we are making plans again for 2001. We are campers so we haul our travel trailer about 750 miles. Each time we stay at OCEAN LAKES FAMILY CAMPGROUND. We love it at Ocean Lakes. It is a big campground - over 300 acres. And they have tons of activities: Olympic size outdoor pool, indoor pool, miniature golf, basketball court, sand volleyball, play-grounds, fishing lakes, arcade, beautiful observation deck and of course, the ocean. The campground is clean, the restrooms are kept nice, and the staff is friendly. I recommend this campground with high marks. I can hardly wait until summer. We've been to the Alabama Theatre - excellent show. The Medieval Times is great. Dick's Last Resort is a real experience. Basically we stay at the campground though and relax a lot. 
-- Debi  1/28/2001

 my friends. We aren't allowed to go on our school trip to Cancun so we decided that we would all take a trip down to myrtle beach to the week. Which is fine with all of our parents. The only thing is that we are all 18 in which you have to be 25 to rent any nice place in the area. If there is anyway to help me please email me. thanks p.s. i already looked at myrtle beach tours it wasn't all that great so if you have any other ideas please contact me. thanks again 
-- Lynnea 1/25/2001



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