Once strictly a summer destination, Myrtle Beach has increased its cold-weather traffic by offering prime deals on accommodations in the off-season. At any time of year, you'll find oceanfront hotels and resorts, as well as smaller inns and budget motels. Bed-and-breakfasts can be found in the neighboring towns of Pawleys Island and Murrells Inlet.
Some of the older hotels in Myrtle Beach are in the midst of renovations and are not exactly comfortable to stay in. When making reservations, be sure to inquire about the property's policies on reservations and refunds, in the event you are not pleased with your accommodations.
Most newer properties are a combination of hotel-like rooms with maid service and condos or villas. Particularly in North Myrtle Beach, newer properties tend to be more upscale, with granite countertops, finer linens and fully appointed kitchens.
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