Breakers Resort Myrtle Beach
Awarded TripAdvisor.com 2013 Certificate of Excellence and Myrtle Beach's Best of the Beach Winner for Overall Hotel!
Check in to The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach and check out of reality – without breaking your budget! That’s what vacationers have been doing for the past 70 years at this Myrtle Beach, S.C., landmark.
And the centrally located oceanfront resort has reinvented tradition, flanked by the Paradise Tower and the Boutique North Tower. The original hotel, laid out with one-to-three-bedroom condos and suites, features a lush oceanfront lawn, plus pools and whirlpools – both under the Carolina sun and indoors – plus an exercise room, restaurant and meeting venues to accommodate up to 150 guests. The Breakers is also just two short blocks away from the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, making it an ideal oceanfront choice for visitors attending one of the many events and conventions in Myrtle Beach.
At the Breakers Resort Hotel, Paradise Tower and Boutique North Tower, you get the best of three worlds!
Check-in: 3:00 PM Check-out: 11:00 AM
The Breakers Resort amenities never seem to do less than impress with amazing pools, hot tubs, kiddie play areas, food & beverage outlets, an onsite gym and a beautiful stretch of beach, we make it our mission to have more amenities then a typical resort. We also can't forget to highlight the Sun & Fun Bonus which allows guests to watch FREE unlimited DVDs and received FREE admission to some of Myrtle Beach's favorite attractions just as a thank you for choosing the Breakers. These are just a few we focused on so don’t forget to check them all out on your next stay.
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Business Services
- Complimentary Cribs
- Concierge Desk
- Fitness Center
- Free Parking
- Free WiFi
- Gift Shop
- In-Room Safes
- Kids Club Activity Program
- Laundry Facilities
- Lazy River
- On-Site Restaurant
- Parking Garage
- Shuffleboard Courts
- Swimming Pool - Indoor
- Swimming Pool - Outdoor
This oceanfront hotel offers 635 guestrooms. The rooms are in the 11-story Palmetto Tower, 21-story Paradise Tower, or the 19-story North Tower. The North Tower is 6 blocks north of the main resort complex. Rooms have furnished balconies with side-ocean views. The Standard Courtside view Palmetto Tower has 2 double beds, and furnished balconies with courtside view. Conveniences include high-speed internet access, microwaves, and refrigerators. Some amenities may not be available in all rooms.
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