4 Top Choices for Oceanfront Lodging in the Heart of Myrtle Beach

When you and the boys pack the sticks in the car and head to Myrtle Beach, golf is always priority No. 1, but staying oceanfront certainly can enhance the experience. If your group prefers accommodations in the heart of town, providing easy access to golf courses, restaurants and the area’s legendary nightlife, there are a host of options available.

As you make plans for your next trip, here are four oceanfront resorts your group will want to check out.

Compass Cove offers condo accommodations in three buildings – its Mariner, Schooner and Pinnacle towers – and amenities ideally suited for golf groups. With four onsite restaurants, including an oceanfront bar, a fitness center, and a golf desk poised to help you plan a dream trip, Compass Cove could be the home for your next vacation.

Paradise Resort has rooms that feature up to four bedrooms and more than 1,300+ square feet of living space, providing your group a little breathing room and the ability to hang out onsite. Throw in five food and drink options, highlighted by a Tiki Bar and Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, multiple pools and cornhole boards, and the reasons to consider Paradise Resort are abundant.

Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, Sea Mist has oceanfront views and easy access to the area’s growing number of downtown restaurants and attractions, including Grand Strand Brewing Company, Swig & Swine and Broadway at the Beach. Sea Mist is also home to a 760-foot-long water slide, helping golfers quickly forget a tough day on the course. Additionally, Sea Mist features jacuzzies, restaurants and more.

Captain’s Quarters, another centrally located resort, allows golfers to choose from standard hotel rooms, efficiencies and suites, all with a view of the Atlantic Ocean. Captain’s Quarters offers easy beach access, the Tipsy Turtle Pool Bar, and 15 water features, including five whirlpools, highlighting the reasons it might be the host for your next trip.

Myrtle Beach has more resort options than it does golf courses, and if you want to stay downtown, make sure you check out Compass Cove, Paradise Resort, Sea Mist and Captain’s Quarters.