Compass Cove Resort
Winner of the TripAdvisor.com 2013 Certificate of Excellence and 2013 Best of the Beach Finalist for Hotel for Families by the Sun News.
All directions point to Compass Cove Resort Myrtle Beach, where outdoor water fun combines with the perfect, pampered place to stay during your Myrtle Beach getaway.
This family favorite oceanfront spectacular – one of the largest among Myrtle Beach resorts – boasts fun-filled, memory-making amenities, such as 22 pool features, including two new waterslides – The Schooner Screamer and The Compass Cruiser – six indoor and outdoor pools, three indoor and outdoor lazy rivers, Jacuzzis, kiddie pools and 720 feet of beachfront playground. Oh and we can't forget the guests newest favorite, the Sun & Fun Bonus with Free DVD rentals and admission to local attractions.
Compass Cove encompasses three buildings: the four-story Schooner Building, located near Compass Cove’s pool features, tiki hut and grills; the 15-story Mariner Tower, comprised of one-, two- and three-bedroom condos (complete with laundry rooms and lots of extra space); and the 16-story Pinnacle Tower, filled with a variety of elegant suites, efficiencies and penthouses.
Any building or direction you choose at Compass Cove is guaranteed to offer you loads of fun under the Myrtle Beach sunshine, striking views of the Atlantic and beautiful rooms with plenty of room for the whole family.
The amenities at Compass Cove Resort are unlike any other resort. Featuring 3 onsite food and beverage outlets, 23 water attractions including The Schooner Screamer and The Compass Cruiser waterslides, an arcade, business center, gift shop,the Sun & Fun Bonus and much more, you and your family may not have time to do it all. Our guest's experiences mean the world to us so we have stocked the resort with anything you could need or want. You won’t even need to leave the grounds unless you really want to.
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Arcade Center
- 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
- Outdoor Grilling
- Parking Garage
- Shuffleboard Courts
- Swimming Pool - Indoor
- Swimming Pool - Outdoor
Guests at Compass Cove have the choice of over 530 well - appointed units including 1, 2 & 3 bedroom condos, on 720 ft of beach. As one of the bigger Myrtle Beach hotels Compass Cove offers an array of amenities sure to appeal to everyone in the family
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