Just Like New: Myrtle Beach Hotels with renovations you won’t want to miss!
Myrtle Beach is home to an array of hotels and resorts that see a huge amount of foot traffic each year. Time, along with the large number of vacationers who visit these Myrtle Beach properties, can often cause reason for property renovations. In addition, some hotels that have been open for a long time will go through renovations in order to spruce up their look.
Recently, some major Myrtle Beach hotels and resorts went through renovations to improve the overall experience for visitors. Check out this list to see what’s new at your favorite property:
The Breakers Resort Myrtle Beach
Visitors who have been to Myrtle Beach recently may have noticed a heavy amount of construction going on at Breakers Resort. This is because Breakers is renovating their registration building to give it a more modern feel.
Breakers will also be installing 5 new oceanfront waterslides to their pool area. These slides will be covered so that guests can have fun no matter what the weather is like outside. The slides are expected to be completed by the fall.
More renovations at Breakers include changes to the rooms, halls, and common areas in the Palms Tower. Changes include a new gift shop, modern business center, a renovated Kid's Club Room, a new fitness center, and built in nightstand charging stations.View Profile » Visit Website
Bay View Resort
Bay View Resort has made some changes to their Starbucks location to make it appear more modern.View Profile » Visit Website
Caribbean Resort & Villas
The Caribbean Resort just added new pavers to their waterpark and gave the Silly Sub some new paint. They also gave the Tiki Hut a new roof and shades.View Profile » Visit Website
Compass Cove Resort
Compass Cove will be updating their LED lighting as well as adding a firepit at the Pinnacle entrance.View Profile » Visit Website
Caribbean Resort & Villas
The Caribbean Resort is making tons of changes for the 2016 season! If you're staying at Caribbean Resort this summer, you will find extensions to the front desk, new crown molding in the Dominican tower, and new kitchen backsplashes in the Cayman tower. In addition, the Caribbean resort has added new pavers in the water park, a new wooden pool deck, a new fire pit, and new outside furniture. And, this coming June, the property will be welcoming a new spa!View Profile » Visit Website
Dayton House Resort
Dayton House Resort recently made huge changes to the rooms in the South Building. Each room has received a new coat of paint, new mattresses, bathroom upgrades, and new tables, chairs, drapes, and artwork.View Profile » Visit Website
Long Bay Resort
Long Bay Resort is updating their LED lighting in parking garages and interior hallways.View Profile » Visit Website
North Beach Plantation
Those staying at North Beach Plantation will enjoy an on-site Starbucks in the near future.View Profile » Visit Website
Ocean Reef Resort
Ocean Reef Resort will be getting a new coat of paint on the outside of the building.View Profile » Visit Website