Shrewd travelers visit Myrtle Beach during the winter months to avoid crowds, receive discounted hotel rates, and book cheaper flights. Seemingly endless sunshine and serenity await.
Everyone loves pizza. Our inherent fondness for fluffy, yet subtly-crispy dough, well-seasoned tomato sauce, freshly-grated mozzarella, and a bevy of meaty (or vegetable) toppings originates somewhere deep down in our souls. It’s not difficult to locate a slice of pizza in Myrtle Beach (or anywhere else, for that matter).
Here at Sand Dunes Resort, we welcome all types of boating enthusiasts. Some folks motor into town from a nearby city, while others tow their vessel from afar and dock it at a nearby marina. Regardless, plenty of reputable Myrtle Beach marinas near the resort offer swift service, affordable rates, and a handful of amenities.
What makes the Grand Strand so undeniably enticing for anglers are the ample inshore possibilities, where tens of thousands of plump redfish thrive. Luckily for prospective anglers, Sand Dunes Resort is a short drive from the best fishing charters in Myrtle Beach.
Sand Dunes Resort is home to a contemporary indoor ice cream parlor, known as Ocean Sweets. Regardless of where you’re traveling on a given day, you’ll always be a short walk, bicycle ride, or drive from some of the tastiest homemade ice cream in Myrtle Beach.
There is an innumerable amount of different ways to travel on a budget. The definition of “affordable travel” undoubtedly differs from family to family. However, budgeting for a trip doesn’t have to be taboo behavior.
When Mom and Dad hear the phrase “beach fun,” memories of building sandcastles, searching for starfish, and lapping up ice cream are likely to come to mind. Beach fun, in and of itself, is all about making everyone in the family happy, from your glee-filled youngest to your skeptical teenager.
There’s no better place to start and finish your day in sandy paradise than right here at Sand Dunes Resort, one of the top-rated hotels near the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. We’re less than five miles up the Grand Strand from the Promenade—close enough to the action but far enough from the swarm of tourists.
There’s no denying that this seaside paradise has the East Coast’s premier collection of championship golf courses, head-turning attractions, and fee-free conveniences. And the best way to commemorate a stellar day of aquatic adventure, birdie putts, and mouthwatering coastal cuisine is by visiting a top-reviewed Myrtle Beach winery.
Restaurant Row in Myrtle Beach is just three miles from Sand Dunes Resort. And, although we feature three on-site restaurants, we cannot blame you if lunch or dinner at this popular eat street is too enticing to pass up.