If you're looking for budget hotels in North Myrtle Beach, you have 12 options to choose from, such as Towers At North Myrtle Beach and Super 8 North Myrtle Beach/Barefoot Landing Area.
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Where to stay in North Myrtle Beach?
Best cheap hotels in North Myrtle Beach
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
When staying in the city center of North Myrtle Beach, consider Ocean Drive Beach & Golf Resort with room rates from 108US$. Mar Vista Grande is another central option that is 5 minutes' walk from the heart of North Myrtle Beach. For visitors planning to travel to Ocean Drive Beach district of North Myrtle Beach, consider staying at Avista Resort, with a room rate starting from 172US$.
If you prefer exploring the city, stay at High Tide Motel as it offers close proximity to O D Pavillion, which is also 600 feet from North Myrtle Beach city center. No visit to North Myrtle Beach would be the same without a visit to Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church, so you may think over staying at Ocean Keyes By Elliott Beach Rentals or Waterway Landing.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in North Myrtle Beach
Quality Inn & Suites in North Myrtle Beach district is a chic option for travelers with higher budgets looking for a stylish 3-star boutique hotel. If you prefer chain hotels, Comfort Inn Near Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach district has free self-parking, a Jacuzzi and a seasonal outdoor pool and is 1 miles from Ghosts & Legends Theatre.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're visiting North Myrtle Beach, book a snug B&B near Surf Golf and Beach Club, such as Beachwalk III Home or Willow Bend #1122 Condo. Families heading to North Myrtle Beach can stay directly close to Myrtle Beach Grand Prix by booking rooms at Best Western Ocean Sands Beach Resort, which features an outdoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and tubing. Prince Resort is a popular resort with free self-parking, a Jacuzzi and a swimming pool for an unforgettable stay.
City Guide: Discover the best of North Myrtle Beach
North Myrtle Beach has been fatal for many merchant ships.
Terror-stricken in the early 1700s, North Myrtle Beach suffered from attacks by a British seaman Edward Teach. He took a 300-ton frigate with 40 cannons and named it Queen Anne's Revenge. He used it to decide the fate of merchant ships carrying expensive goods.
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Despite the cruel invasions, Teach was interested only in money so if the ship surrendered, he just retrieved the goods. A refusal meant a death sentence for all on board and the ship. For this reason the pirate earned the name Blackbeard, which stuck and became much more popular than his birth name.
However, in North Myrtle Beach there were days before and after Blackbeard's influence. Originally, serving as a home to Winyah Indians, the city became more modern thanks to businessman named FG Burroughs who introduced to the city New Town and the first hotel ever to be in the area.
Since then legions of tourists have jumped on the bandwagon and this has led to the development of a large-scale resort in the city. Consequently, more and more visitors contributed to the area and North Myrtle Beach became very popular throughout the world for its white sands and relaxed lifestyle. While its pirate past is long gone, North Myrtle Beach has still seen its share of tragedy. Hurricane Hazel destroyed almost all its shops and cottages in 1954, so today the city boasts revitalized architecture.
Ghosts and Legends Theater houses unforgettable shows on Myrtle Beach lifestyle
Myrtle Beach Ghost Walk, a historic way with entertainment and cafes
Aligator Adventure, a striking playground to have fun with friends
Grande Dunes Country Club, the 18-hole golf course for both skilled players and beginners
Hawaiian Rumble, a beautiful amusement park to take it easy along with diverse fun opportunities
But all culture packed in North Myrtle Beach takes a back seat to its sandy white beaches stretching along the blue Atlantic coast. Today millions of tourists flock North Myrtle Beach for excitement and relaxation at its sandy strip. In addition, North Myrtle Beach has earned the ranking of the Number One Family Beach in America.
Whatever your dream vacation is, there is an opportunity to make it happen in North Myrtle Beach with Booked.net.