Top 10 Kid-Friendly Hotels in Myrtle Beach
Traveling with kids can be stressful, but many hotels in Myrtle Beach turn that stress into a lot of fun! Myrtle Beach hotels strive to provide the best amenities in order to keep families busy and entertained throughout their stay. Instead of hearing your kids chant “I’m bored” over and over throughout your visit, if you stay at any of these hotels you can kick back, relax, and listen to the waves crash against the shore.
Next time you’re planning a trip to the Myrtle Beach area with your kids, be sure to keep this top 10 list in mind:
Kids love Captain’s Quarters Resort, not only for its awesome, pirate-themed name, but also for its famous Shipwreck Lagoon Kid’s Waterpark. Here, kids will have a blast playing under mushroom fountains, braving the water dumping bucket, or taking pictures by the pirate statue. After the sun sets, or on a rainy day, children will enjoy the Level Six Entertainment center on the six floor. This entertainment center features bowling, arcade games, and a bar that serves snacks.
Breakers Resort is a family-friendly property that will keep you and your children entertained throughout your visit. The oceanfront poolscape is a wonderful attraction at Breakers, and kids will love the Pirate Ship which has fountains, a kiddie pool, and more. Kids will also enjoy the daily activities from the Breakers Kid’s Club. The Kid’s Club offers a variety of fun things to do such as tie-dying t-shirts, rubber duck races, sand sculpture building, scavenger hunts, and much more!
You won’t hear your child say “I’m bored” while you stay here. Sand Dunes Resort, part of Sands Resorts, offers a summer program to keep kids occupied while parents and older siblings try to relax and enjoy their summer vacation. For six days out of the week, kids ages 5-12 can have fun participating in different game and activities provided almost hourly. Activities include arts and crafts, ice cream parties, pool games, playing Nintendo Wii, lazy river duck races, and many other awesome events. For kids who don’t participate in Sands Kids Club, there is another attraction that is sure to please: Sands Waterpark. Sands Waterpark is for all ages and features cool waterpark features such as a lazy river and water slides.
In addition to a fantastic Kid’s Club which offers fun daily activities, The Caravelle Resort boasts a block-long poolscape that the entire family will enjoy. Children will have a blast in the Wild Water Pool which has only about 1 foot of water and features fountains, water spouts, dump buckets, and more. Kids will also like floating down the lazy river, which is located adjacent to the Wild Water Pool. For those who want to cool down, families can head over to the game room, and then stop by the Pirate’s Cove Ice Cream and Sandwich Shop for a quick treat.
Kids will love splashing around at Long Bay Resort! The poolscape here is home to an indoor children’s pool with mushroom showers, and indoor kid-friendly lazy river, and the Silly Sub Waterpark. The Silly Sub Waterpark features a shallow pool with an interactive submarine, water fountains, water dump buckets, water spouts, mushroom fountains, a large waterslide, and more. In addition, children may also participate in the Kid’s Club (Mon-Fri seasonally), or head to the game room to play arcade games, giant chess, shuffleboard, ping pong, and much more.
Landmark resort is home to many exciting water features, such as an indoor kiddie pool, indoor kiddie lazy river, and an outdoor kiddie pool, but the main attraction here is the H2OASIS Waterpark. This kid-friendly waterpark boasts many fun features like mushroom fountains, waterfalls, barrell dump buckets, rain tree umbrellas, bar jet tunnels, and more. Adjacent to the waterpark is a 9-hole mini-golf course which the whole family can enjoy. Children can also partake in daily seasonal kid’s activities, play some games in the indoor video arcade, and have their pictures taken with Salty the Shark.
The Compass Cove Kid’s Club offers entertainment for children while parents try to take it easy on vacation. The Kid’s Club offers a large menu of children’s activities such as tie-dying, shark tooth hunts, sand castle building, cupcake decorating, arts and crafts, and rubber ducky racing. There is also a ton to do around the pool: in fact, Compass Cove offers over 20 pool features that are sure to keep families occupied. Don’t want to stay in the sun all day? No problem! Take a break from the heat and play some giant chess in the shade on the pool deck, or hang out in the game room and enjoy a variety of arcade games.
One of Dunes Village Resort’s missions is to make sure that families have fun during their stay! The Dunes Village Kidz Club offers an array of children’s activities such as treasure hunts, pool games, glow parties, arts & crafts, lazy river duck races, face painting, and much more. When not participating in the Kidz Club, children will have a blast playing in the indoor water park, hanging out on the pirate ship playground, or watching fun performances like magic shows.
As soon as you and your family check-in at the Caribbean Resort & Villas, your kids will dash straight for the waterpark. This kid-friendly waterpark features a large water slide, a silly submarine pool, outdoor lazy river, indoor lazy river, and an indoor kiddie pool. Also by the pool are games such as giant chess and shuffleboard. Another great place for kids is the indoor game room, where children can play arcade games, compete with one another in air hockey, try to win a toy from the claw machine, and more. Caribbean Resort also has a Kid’s Club in the summertime, and kids 4 and older can participate in scavenger hunts, tie-dying, arts & crafts, relay races, and many other fun activities.
Staying at Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort is fun for the whole family! With 9 family-friendly water features, this resort is great for those who love to swim and soak up the sun. Of course, kids will most likely be spending most of their time in the Children’s Water Park, which is home to many water amenities like silly sea horses, mushroom umbrella fountains, water dump buckets, interactive submarine, large waterslide, an oceanfront lazy river, and much more. There is also a children’s activity pool which has “Freddie the Frog” and splash areas. And, for the really little ones, there is also a baby pool at this resort.