The top 10 hotels in Myrtle Beach

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) — Need a clean, safe home away from home? How about something near the beach, with gorgeous sunrise views and within walking distance of food and fun?

Myrtle Beach’s shoreline is filled with what can seem like an endless stream of hotels. But if you’re looking for some of the best of the best, we’ve curated a list of the most beloved places to stay.

Here are some of the most recommended hotels in Myrtle Beach, according to Yelp. Reviews are current as of the date of publication:

  1. Ocean Enclave by Hilton Grand Vacations

Four stars

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Myrtle Beach hotel occupancy rates for Labor Day higher than past 2 years | Myrtle Beach News

MYRTLE BEACH — If summer tourism numbers released recently by the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce are any indication, vacationers visited the Grand Strand at a record pace on Labor Day Weekend, even amid a rise in COVID-19 cases.

The chamber said one reason for the surge of visitors is due to various marketing campaigns distributed to multiple states with other experts adding that tourists are ready to travel after quarantines and other measures implemented to slow the spread of the virus, boosting the economy overall. 

'Revenge travel' and how it's played out in SC this summer

“Most national and local indicators show significantly greater demand and sales

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Myrtle Beach hotels and resorts are ‘epicenter’ of bed bug cases, attorney says

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) — One South Carolina lawyer specializing in bed bug cases said 90 percent of his cases stem from Myrtle Beach hotels and resorts.

Trevor Eddy, owner of the Eddy Law Firm in Columbia, said his firm has worked on at least 45 cases with more than 200 total clients in recent years. Most cases are still in active litigation.

With this summer’s tourism boom and a shortage of workers at some hotels, Eddy said he’s seen an increase in people turning to his firm for help after bed bug bites. Eddy said most cases happen in

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Why are hotels, Airbnbs so expensive in Myrtle Beach, SC?

Hotel prices in Myrtle Beach have skyrocketed this summer, far surpassing their lows for 2020 and even making pre-pandemic rates look like a cheap deal.

For much of July, the average daily rate for a hotel room in the Grand Strand — $235-$260 — is anywhere from 15% to 30% higher than 2019, before the pandemic, and up to 70% higher than 2020, according to data from the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and Coastal Carolina University.

The higher cost of hotel rooms in Myrtle Beach compared to previous years strikes at one of the region’s

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