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Christmas Mass Schedule for the Grand Strand

Christmas Mass Schedule for the Grand Strand Spending the holidays on the Grand Strand is a great idea for families, couples and groups looking to celebrate the season with a little rest and relaxation at the beach, and there are plenty of Christmas and New Year’s activities to keep you and your loved one busy and entertained. But just because you are away from your home and church doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the reason for the season. For Catholics who are accustomed to attending Mass for Christmas and New Year’s, here’s a list of local churches offering a wide range of services to meet your schedule:
 

Top 5 Myrtle Beach Winter Activities for Families

Top 5 Myrtle Beach Winter Activities for Families Don’t let the calendar or the thermometer keep you indoors during the winter months. Myrtle Beach has plenty to do and see during the winter time, including many days when it’s warm enough for outdoor fun as well as indoor entertainment. Here’s a list of five great ways to spend the day with the family during the cooler months in Myrtle Beach:
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions Come read up on some frequently asked questions regarding our resort policies, procedures, and offerings.
 

Planning Your Myrtle Beach Wedding

Planning Your Myrtle Beach Wedding There's nothing more romantic than a beach wedding, the waves crashing in the background with sunset splashing colors across the sky and the clouds. It's no wonder so many happy couples choose Myrtle Beach as the place to tie the knot, but there are a lot of "must-dos" before couples get to that magical moment of saying "I do."
 

Caribbean Resort Goes Green With Free Recharging Stations for Guests With Hybrid Cars

Caribbean Resort Goes Green With Free Recharging Stations for Guests With Hybrid Cars The Caribbean Resort, known for its blue ocean waters and white-sand beaches, is going green. The Myrtle Beach resort recently became the first on the Grand Strand to provide its guests with hybrid cars free use of an on-site charging station during their stay. The project has numerous benefits, but the primary reason is for the convenience of guests who drive hybrid vehicle. "(The electric charging stations are) an extra amenity for our guests and homeowners, and they encourage the use of renewable energy sources," said Matthew Harvey, chief engineer for the Caribbean, adding that the move may help "entice a new set of customers looking for places that have electrical charging stations."
 

Top 5 Places for Live Music and Dancing in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places for Live Music and Dancing in Myrtle Beach The sound of the waves crashing on the beach and the sight of sunlight dancing off the ocean are not the only ways to find great song and dance in Myrtle Beach. In fact, the Grand Strand has a proud history of music and dancing that are still alive and kicking. South Carolina's state dance, the shag, was born on the shores of North Myrtle Beach back in the 1950s and '60s, and large crowds still make regular visits to dance on the same saw-dust covered floors from a half century before. And country music super group Alabama used to be the house band at The Bowery in downtown Myrtle Beach back in the 1970s. Those scenes are still going strong, along with new venues for song and dance. Whether you are into country, pop, rock, blues or good ol' Carolina beach music, you are sure to find a place where they are playing your tune and doing your dance. Here's a list of the top five places for great live music and cut a rug in Myrtle Beach:
 

Christmas Shows Highlight Winter Theater Scene in Myrtle Beach

Christmas Shows Highlight Winter Theater Scene in Myrtle Beach It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the performance theaters in the Myrtle Beach area, where the holiday celebration begins earlier than anywhere else on the Grand Strand. While the unofficial kickoff of the Christmas shopping season is the “Black Friday” after Thanksgiving, the theatrical crowd gets started even earlier with the Christmas showcases getting under way in early November and running through the end of the year. Several theaters are also hosting touring concerts and shows throughout the holiday season to mix things up a bit. Here’s a list of the top five shows on the Grand Strand you don’t want to miss this winter:
 

Caribbean Resort Caters to Unexpected Visitor

Caribbean Resort Caters to Unexpected Visitor Lorrie Walters and her daughter Lacy came to Myrtle Beach for a girls’ weekend getaway and a birthday celebration. They ended up celebrating more "birthdays" than one. After Lacy, who was 34 weeks pregnant at the time, found a great deal on a room at the Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach, they couldn't pass up the chance for some much-needed rest and relaxing at the resort. After all, the baby wasn't due for six more weeks and their hometown of Charlotte was only three hours away. "We checked in early on Sunday and spent the day at the pool and the beach and had a nice dinner," Lorrie recalled. "Then my daughter woke me up at 5 a.m. and said, 'I think my water broke.' This was my first grandbaby and she was coming on my birthday - Sept. 22."
 

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood There are endless numbers of reasons to stay and play at the Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach - clean comfortable accommodations, first-class amenities and several on-site restaurants, beach bars and cafes that make it possible for guests to spend their entire vacation without leaving the property. But for those who want to see and do all that Myrtle Beach has to offer, it's hard to find a better place to stay than with us. Within walking distance of the resort are some of the Grand Strand's top attractions, dining, shopping and nightlife, as well as one of the most scenic stretches of beachfront in Myrtle Beach. Here's a list of all the great things in the neighborhood of the Caribbean:
 

Top 5 Winter Outdoor Activities in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Winter Outdoor Activities in Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach is much more than a summer destination. In fact, there are several outdoor events set for winter that is sure to get your heart pumping. Here’s a list of five fun events held on the Grand Strand in the winter time:
 

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar Just because the summer is over doesn't mean the fun has to be. The Myrtle Beach area features lots of festivities throughout the fall with a series of events meant to keep the party going. From food festivals to holiday-related events, the Grand Strand goes the extra mile to keep offseason visitors entertained. Here is a list of the top five events on Myrtle Beach's autumn social calendar:
 

Top 5 Attractions for Large Groups in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Attractions for Large Groups in Myrtle Beach They say the more the merrier, and that's certainly the case for large groups visiting the Grand Strand. Whether it's a family reunion, a golf gathering, a big wedding or just a group of strangers taking a bus tour, there are plenty of fun activities in the Myrtle Beach area that will be a hit with everyone in your party - even the party poopers. Here are the top five places for large groups to have a big time:
 

Top 4 Places to Watch the World Series, MLB Playoffs in Myrtle Beach

Top 4 Places to Watch the World Series, MLB Playoffs in Myrtle Beach The fall is all about football in the South, but there are still a few places in America that keep up with America's pastime. Particularly the Fall Classic, Major League Baseball's biggest time of year with the American and National League Playoffs and the World Series. Myrtle Beach may be a bit guilty of falling head over heels for football before the baseball season has run its course, but visitors who prefer baseball can still find some great places to watch the Grand Ole Game on the Grand Strand. Exactly where may depend on which teams make the playoffs. Because so many people move to the Myrtle Beach area from other cities and bring their baseball allegiances along with them, sports bars and restaurants that cater to those crowds tend to go all out when their hometown teams make the postseason. Bars frequented by fans of the Yankees, Phillies, Red Sox and Cardinals have held celebrations for their teams over recent years.
 

Take a Walk on the Mild Side in Myrtle Beach

Take a Walk on the Mild Side in Myrtle Beach Just because you’re going on vacation in Myrtle Beach for a week or so doesn’t mean you have to take a break from your exercise schedule. In fact, a trip to the Grand Strand may be just the change of pace you need to keep your workout routine fresh, especially if walking is on the agenda. Instead of looking at the same scenery every day, take advantage of the different landscape on the many walking trails the area has to offer. First and foremost, the best walking trail on the Grand Strand isn’t a trail at all; it’s the beach. While walking on the loose sand is a difficult chore for most, stick to the packed-down sand below the high-tide line and experience a soft surface that’s much better for your feet than concrete, not to mention the beautiful beach scenery and the crashing waves at your feet. But for those who prefer a little more greenery to their scenery, the Grand Strand has a wide range of options for walking, hiking and biking. Here’s a list of five great places to go for a walk in Myrtle Beach:
 

Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon Features Fun and Fitness

Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon Features Fun and Fitness Start training now for the Fifth Annual Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon, which has quickly become one of the most popular half-marathon and 5K race weekends on the East Coast. Scheduled for October 18-19, perfect fall weather for a brisk run on the beach, this event attracts thousands of runners from all over the country and abroad to take party in a festive weekend filled with activities that go well beyond the race course itself.
 

Greek Festival in Myrtle Beach

Greek Festival in Myrtle Beach The Greeks have a word for "cheers," and Southerners have a word for "everybody." The resulting phrase - "Yasou Y'all" - won't be heard anywhere around the Greek isles, but it has become a commonly used term on the Grand Strand the last week of September. The 24th annual Greek Festival, a fundraiser for St. John's Greek Orthodox Church in Myrtle Beach, on Sept. 25-28 at the church's grounds on the corner of Highway 17 Bypass and 33rd Avenue North, but this is one congregation that knows how to throw a party.
 

A Course to ‘Dye’ for at Barefoot Golf Resort

A Course to ‘Dye’ for at Barefoot Golf Resort Guests at the Caribbean Resort don’t have to travel far to find an out-of-this-world golf experience. The Caribbean is located close to some of the vintage Grand Strand golf courses – Pine Lakes International Country Club and The Dunes Golf & Beach Club and Myrtlewood Golf Club, which are the first three courses opened in Myrtle Beach. But for a few extra miles to the north, you can visit a more modern facility with four award-winning courses on one property – Barefoot Golf Resort.
 

Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach Politics, religion and pizza: Three topics not to be discussed in public unless you’re looking for a fight. Deep dish or thin crust? Pepperonis only or the works? New York-style or Chicago? The debate is as old as time. Because Myrtle Beach is a bit of a miniature melting pot, drawing visitors and transplanted locals from all over the nation, the Great Pizza Debate is particularly hot and saucy. Unlike other regions of the country that have reached a consensus on how they prefer their pies, the Grand Strand is a virtual Pizza-Palooza of options. Thin-and-crispy peacefully co-exists with thick-and-gooey, no matter how wrong the other side may be.
 

Sea Captains House Restaurant

Sea Captains House Restaurant Who says it doesn’t pay to delay? Certainly not the historic Sea Captain’s House in Myrtle Beach. If the owners had gotten their way, this award-winning restaurant would not be here today. Housed in an old beach cottage on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, conveniently located next door to the Caribbean Resort, the Sea Captain’s House has been serving seafood and Southern cuisine to hungry vacationers and savvy locals since 1953. Not bad for a place that was slated for demolition to make room for a high-rise hotel on the property.
 

Myrtle Beach Puts on the Works for Labor Day Weekend

Myrtle Beach Puts on the Works for Labor Day Weekend It's the best of times and worst of times on Labor Day weekend in Myrtle Beach. Unfortunately, it's the unofficial end of the summer tourism season. But on the other hand, the Grand Strand celebrates the sad occasion by going out with a bang over the three-day weekend. From fireworks and food to concerts and competitions, Myrtle Beach is the place to be for Labor Day weekend. Here are five of the highlights of the holiday.
 

A Full Day at the Beach in Only Two Hours

A Full Day at the Beach in Only Two Hours So you say you don't have time to go to the beach? Maybe you just aren't using your beach time wisely. After all, the beach is open 24/7. You only need to find two hours to squeeze in a good visit. Here’s a brief itinerary for your family’s 120-minute beach trip.
 

Find Sweet Relief from the Myrtle Beach Heat at Whitecaps, Starbucks

Find Sweet Relief from the Myrtle Beach Heat at Whitecaps, Starbucks Caribbean Resort guests can work up a powerful thirst and a persuasive sweet tooth by playing all day at the beach, pools and water park. Fortunately, sweet relief is never far away. Whitecaps Frozen Yogurt and a Starbucks coffeehouse are located just across Ocean Boulevard from the family-friendly resort. Take a break from the heat of the day or treat yourself to dessert at the end of the night with a short stroll across the street for something cold and sweet.
 

Food Aplenty Awaits Guests at Caribbean Resort

Food Aplenty Awaits Guests at Caribbean Resort There are many reasons to stay at Caribbean Oceanfront Resort in Myrtle Beach - first-class accommodations, excellent amenities that include an on-site waterpark and friendly hospitality - plus other lesser-known advantages. One of those reasons is the close proximity to some of the best restaurants on the Grand Strand. Within walking distance of the Caribbean Resort on 30th Avenue North are dozens of fine-dining, family-style and beach-casual establishments to match taste buds of all types.
 

A Very Cool Experience at the Caribbean

A Very Cool Experience at the Caribbean Stacey Anders and her family of four rarely go on vacation. So when they do, getting maximum value is important. That's why she booked their recent Myrtle Beach vacation getaway at Caribbean Resort & Villas. "(The Caribbean) offered a great special. I think I got 30 to 40 percent off ...," Anders said. "I was so appreciative because my husband and I are very strict with finances, and I wanted to find a hotel we could enjoy AND afford."
 

Summertime Fun at the Caribbean Resort & Villas

Summertime Fun at the Caribbean Resort & Villas It's going to be another hot summer in Myrtle Beach at the Caribbean Resort & Villas, but this oasis in the heart of the town has plenty of plans to make your summer vacation a cool one. With the addition of new facilities, activities and deals to give guests free admission to many top local attractions, the resort is going the extra mile to make sure everyone in your family leaves with a smile. So put on your swimsuit and party hat for what promises to be a fun and festive summer season. Here are some of the many extras you can expect from spending your vacation at the Caribbean Resort.
 

Get your Just Desserts at Sea Captain’s House Restaurant

Get your Just Desserts at Sea Captain’s House Restaurant You may not get your just desserts, but you may order “just desserts” at the historic Sea Captain’s House restaurant in Myrtle Beach. Located beside the Caribbean Resort on the oceanfront, this converted beach house has been serving delicious seafood and Southern cuisine for over a half-century. Caribbean Resorts guests couldn’t pick a better next door neighbor since the Sea Captain’s House serves three meals a day, making for a convenient and delicious place to visit for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
 

Come See What the Caribbean Resort Kids Club Has to Offer

Come See What the Caribbean Resort Kids Club Has to Offer Keeping children entertained during your Myrtle Beach vacation can be difficult. After all, you can only spend so much time and money shuttling the kids all over town to water parks and putt-putt courses. That’s one more reason it pays to stay and play at The Caribbean Resort. Designed with family vacations in mind, The Caribbean Resort Kids Club offers five days of fun-filled games and activities for the little ones without leaving the property and without spending a fortune. In fact, the majority of Kids Club events are free.
 

Sea Captain’s House: a Historic Myrtle Beach Landmark

Sea Captain’s House: a Historic Myrtle Beach Landmark If modern progress had its way, one of the Grand Strand’s oldest and most popular restaurants would be just another high-rise hotel on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront. But, as fate and the current owners of Sea Captain’s House Restaurant would have it, this world-famous eatery is still serving up some of the freshest seafood on the Strand for more than a half century. After all these years, it’s hard to believe that the Sea Captain’s House almost didn’t happen.
 

Caribbean Resort Shows Off Some Upgrades for 2014

Caribbean Resort Shows Off Some Upgrades for 2014 New visitors as well as loyal fans of the Caribbean Resort and Villas will be in for a few pleasant surprises when they pull up to the popular buildings this spring and summer. The winter months were busy ones for one of Myrtle Beach’s favorite destinations, and it shows with some spruced-up rooms and common areas. Beyond the extensive deep cleaning all units in every building have gotten in the past few months, here’s an overview of the changes.
 

Banditos Offers Great Mexican Cuisine On the Boardwalk

Banditos Offers Great Mexican Cuisine On the Boardwalk Craving Mexican food during your stay in Myrtle Beach? Check out Banditos Restaurant & Cantina. With its convenient boardwalk location, you can sip a margarita while you take advantage of the lovely oceanfront view and inspired menu, all within steps of the beach.
 

History of The Caribbean Resort & Villas

History of The Caribbean Resort & Villas Ever heard of The Jamaican? While it’s now the name of one of the buildings at Caribbean Resort, the Jamaican Resort was the original name of Caribbean Resort & Villas before they took on their current name in 2005. The Jamaican was one of the first motels in Myrtle Beach. After its start in the 1940s, the goal of the motel was to accommodate all types of demographics vacationing on the sunny beaches.
 

Caribbean Resort Voted Best of the Beach for Myrtle Beach Golf Packages

Caribbean Resort Voted Best of the Beach for Myrtle Beach Golf Packages Golfers have loved Caribbean Resort for a long time—many of them aren’t much interested in a trip to Myrtle Beach to play golf unless they can also stay at Caribbean. There are plenty of reasons, after all, Caribbean Resort is one of the top oceanfront resorts on the Grand Strand, but the golf packages themselves is one big reason they keep coming back.
 

Guests Love Caribbean Resort’s Delicious Amenities and Fresh New Upgrades

Guests Love Caribbean Resort’s Delicious Amenities and Fresh New Upgrades There are plenty of things to love about a stay at Caribbean Resort. There’s the oceanfront views, the amazing water amenities, the onsite restaurants, but there are also some very sweet amenities that you won’t find at just any Myrtle Beach resort: Starbucks and a self-serve frozen yogurt shop, Whitecaps.
 

How Did Myrtle Beach Get its Name?

How Did Myrtle Beach Get its Name? The community that grew around the timber transport business Burroughs and Collins was originally called Withers—with the post office being established in “Withers” in 1888. But in the early 1900s, the budding community decided it needed a new name, and a contest was held.
 

Myrtle Beach tips: Six items your beach bag needs

Myrtle Beach tips: Six items your beach bag needs Too often there’s some key item forgotten, and an afternoon at the beach is interrupted with a run to the room (this is where staying at an oceanfront resort is key – at least you won’t have to run far).
 

Broadway at the Beach offers around-the-bend fun for guests of the Caribbean Resort & Villas

Broadway at the Beach offers around-the-bend fun for guests of the Caribbean Resort & Villas The Grand Strand has plenty places at which you can stay, but you are pondering or have picked The Caribbean Resort and Villas.
 

Resort Welcomes New Additions To Extensive List Of Amenities

Resort Welcomes New Additions To Extensive List Of Amenities Myrtle Beach, S.C. – Representatives of Caribbean Resort & Villas announced that the full-service family destination resort in Myrtle Beach and member of http://www.MyrtleBeachHotels.com will be welcoming new outposts of Starbucks Coffee and Whitecap Frozen Yogurt to its food offerings later this spring.
 

Christmas Mass Schedule for the Grand Strand

Christmas Mass Schedule for the Grand Strand Spending the holidays on the Grand Strand is a great idea for families, couples and groups looking to celebrate the season with a little rest and relaxation at the beach, and there are plenty of Christmas and New Year’s activities to keep you and your loved one busy and entertained. But just because you are away from your home and church doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the reason for the season. For Catholics who are accustomed to attending Mass for Christmas and New Year’s, here’s a list of local churches offering a wide range of services to meet your schedule:
 

Top 5 Myrtle Beach Winter Activities for Families

Top 5 Myrtle Beach Winter Activities for Families Don’t let the calendar or the thermometer keep you indoors during the winter months. Myrtle Beach has plenty to do and see during the winter time, including many days when it’s warm enough for outdoor fun as well as indoor entertainment. Here’s a list of five great ways to spend the day with the family during the cooler months in Myrtle Beach:
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions Come read up on some frequently asked questions regarding our resort policies, procedures, and offerings.
 

Planning Your Myrtle Beach Wedding

Planning Your Myrtle Beach Wedding There's nothing more romantic than a beach wedding, the waves crashing in the background with sunset splashing colors across the sky and the clouds. It's no wonder so many happy couples choose Myrtle Beach as the place to tie the knot, but there are a lot of "must-dos" before couples get to that magical moment of saying "I do."
 

Caribbean Resort Goes Green With Free Recharging Stations for Guests With Hybrid Cars

Caribbean Resort Goes Green With Free Recharging Stations for Guests With Hybrid Cars The Caribbean Resort, known for its blue ocean waters and white-sand beaches, is going green. The Myrtle Beach resort recently became the first on the Grand Strand to provide its guests with hybrid cars free use of an on-site charging station during their stay. The project has numerous benefits, but the primary reason is for the convenience of guests who drive hybrid vehicle. "(The electric charging stations are) an extra amenity for our guests and homeowners, and they encourage the use of renewable energy sources," said Matthew Harvey, chief engineer for the Caribbean, adding that the move may help "entice a new set of customers looking for places that have electrical charging stations."
 

Top 5 Places for Live Music and Dancing in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places for Live Music and Dancing in Myrtle Beach The sound of the waves crashing on the beach and the sight of sunlight dancing off the ocean are not the only ways to find great song and dance in Myrtle Beach. In fact, the Grand Strand has a proud history of music and dancing that are still alive and kicking. South Carolina's state dance, the shag, was born on the shores of North Myrtle Beach back in the 1950s and '60s, and large crowds still make regular visits to dance on the same saw-dust covered floors from a half century before. And country music super group Alabama used to be the house band at The Bowery in downtown Myrtle Beach back in the 1970s. Those scenes are still going strong, along with new venues for song and dance. Whether you are into country, pop, rock, blues or good ol' Carolina beach music, you are sure to find a place where they are playing your tune and doing your dance. Here's a list of the top five places for great live music and cut a rug in Myrtle Beach:
 

Christmas Shows Highlight Winter Theater Scene in Myrtle Beach

Christmas Shows Highlight Winter Theater Scene in Myrtle Beach It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the performance theaters in the Myrtle Beach area, where the holiday celebration begins earlier than anywhere else on the Grand Strand. While the unofficial kickoff of the Christmas shopping season is the “Black Friday” after Thanksgiving, the theatrical crowd gets started even earlier with the Christmas showcases getting under way in early November and running through the end of the year. Several theaters are also hosting touring concerts and shows throughout the holiday season to mix things up a bit. Here’s a list of the top five shows on the Grand Strand you don’t want to miss this winter:
 

Caribbean Resort Caters to Unexpected Visitor

Caribbean Resort Caters to Unexpected Visitor Lorrie Walters and her daughter Lacy came to Myrtle Beach for a girls’ weekend getaway and a birthday celebration. They ended up celebrating more "birthdays" than one. After Lacy, who was 34 weeks pregnant at the time, found a great deal on a room at the Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach, they couldn't pass up the chance for some much-needed rest and relaxing at the resort. After all, the baby wasn't due for six more weeks and their hometown of Charlotte was only three hours away. "We checked in early on Sunday and spent the day at the pool and the beach and had a nice dinner," Lorrie recalled. "Then my daughter woke me up at 5 a.m. and said, 'I think my water broke.' This was my first grandbaby and she was coming on my birthday - Sept. 22."
 

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood There are endless numbers of reasons to stay and play at the Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach - clean comfortable accommodations, first-class amenities and several on-site restaurants, beach bars and cafes that make it possible for guests to spend their entire vacation without leaving the property. But for those who want to see and do all that Myrtle Beach has to offer, it's hard to find a better place to stay than with us. Within walking distance of the resort are some of the Grand Strand's top attractions, dining, shopping and nightlife, as well as one of the most scenic stretches of beachfront in Myrtle Beach. Here's a list of all the great things in the neighborhood of the Caribbean:
 

Top 5 Winter Outdoor Activities in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Winter Outdoor Activities in Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach is much more than a summer destination. In fact, there are several outdoor events set for winter that is sure to get your heart pumping. Here’s a list of five fun events held on the Grand Strand in the winter time:
 

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar Just because the summer is over doesn't mean the fun has to be. The Myrtle Beach area features lots of festivities throughout the fall with a series of events meant to keep the party going. From food festivals to holiday-related events, the Grand Strand goes the extra mile to keep offseason visitors entertained. Here is a list of the top five events on Myrtle Beach's autumn social calendar:
 

Top 5 Attractions for Large Groups in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Attractions for Large Groups in Myrtle Beach They say the more the merrier, and that's certainly the case for large groups visiting the Grand Strand. Whether it's a family reunion, a golf gathering, a big wedding or just a group of strangers taking a bus tour, there are plenty of fun activities in the Myrtle Beach area that will be a hit with everyone in your party - even the party poopers. Here are the top five places for large groups to have a big time:
 

Top 4 Places to Watch the World Series, MLB Playoffs in Myrtle Beach

Top 4 Places to Watch the World Series, MLB Playoffs in Myrtle Beach The fall is all about football in the South, but there are still a few places in America that keep up with America's pastime. Particularly the Fall Classic, Major League Baseball's biggest time of year with the American and National League Playoffs and the World Series. Myrtle Beach may be a bit guilty of falling head over heels for football before the baseball season has run its course, but visitors who prefer baseball can still find some great places to watch the Grand Ole Game on the Grand Strand. Exactly where may depend on which teams make the playoffs. Because so many people move to the Myrtle Beach area from other cities and bring their baseball allegiances along with them, sports bars and restaurants that cater to those crowds tend to go all out when their hometown teams make the postseason. Bars frequented by fans of the Yankees, Phillies, Red Sox and Cardinals have held celebrations for their teams over recent years.
 

Take a Walk on the Mild Side in Myrtle Beach

Take a Walk on the Mild Side in Myrtle Beach Just because you’re going on vacation in Myrtle Beach for a week or so doesn’t mean you have to take a break from your exercise schedule. In fact, a trip to the Grand Strand may be just the change of pace you need to keep your workout routine fresh, especially if walking is on the agenda. Instead of looking at the same scenery every day, take advantage of the different landscape on the many walking trails the area has to offer. First and foremost, the best walking trail on the Grand Strand isn’t a trail at all; it’s the beach. While walking on the loose sand is a difficult chore for most, stick to the packed-down sand below the high-tide line and experience a soft surface that’s much better for your feet than concrete, not to mention the beautiful beach scenery and the crashing waves at your feet. But for those who prefer a little more greenery to their scenery, the Grand Strand has a wide range of options for walking, hiking and biking. Here’s a list of five great places to go for a walk in Myrtle Beach:
 

Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon Features Fun and Fitness

Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon Features Fun and Fitness Start training now for the Fifth Annual Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon, which has quickly become one of the most popular half-marathon and 5K race weekends on the East Coast. Scheduled for October 18-19, perfect fall weather for a brisk run on the beach, this event attracts thousands of runners from all over the country and abroad to take party in a festive weekend filled with activities that go well beyond the race course itself.
 

Greek Festival in Myrtle Beach

Greek Festival in Myrtle Beach The Greeks have a word for "cheers," and Southerners have a word for "everybody." The resulting phrase - "Yasou Y'all" - won't be heard anywhere around the Greek isles, but it has become a commonly used term on the Grand Strand the last week of September. The 24th annual Greek Festival, a fundraiser for St. John's Greek Orthodox Church in Myrtle Beach, on Sept. 25-28 at the church's grounds on the corner of Highway 17 Bypass and 33rd Avenue North, but this is one congregation that knows how to throw a party.
 

A Course to ‘Dye’ for at Barefoot Golf Resort

A Course to ‘Dye’ for at Barefoot Golf Resort Guests at the Caribbean Resort don’t have to travel far to find an out-of-this-world golf experience. The Caribbean is located close to some of the vintage Grand Strand golf courses – Pine Lakes International Country Club and The Dunes Golf & Beach Club and Myrtlewood Golf Club, which are the first three courses opened in Myrtle Beach. But for a few extra miles to the north, you can visit a more modern facility with four award-winning courses on one property – Barefoot Golf Resort.
 

Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach Politics, religion and pizza: Three topics not to be discussed in public unless you’re looking for a fight. Deep dish or thin crust? Pepperonis only or the works? New York-style or Chicago? The debate is as old as time. Because Myrtle Beach is a bit of a miniature melting pot, drawing visitors and transplanted locals from all over the nation, the Great Pizza Debate is particularly hot and saucy. Unlike other regions of the country that have reached a consensus on how they prefer their pies, the Grand Strand is a virtual Pizza-Palooza of options. Thin-and-crispy peacefully co-exists with thick-and-gooey, no matter how wrong the other side may be.
 

Sea Captains House Restaurant

Sea Captains House Restaurant Who says it doesn’t pay to delay? Certainly not the historic Sea Captain’s House in Myrtle Beach. If the owners had gotten their way, this award-winning restaurant would not be here today. Housed in an old beach cottage on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, conveniently located next door to the Caribbean Resort, the Sea Captain’s House has been serving seafood and Southern cuisine to hungry vacationers and savvy locals since 1953. Not bad for a place that was slated for demolition to make room for a high-rise hotel on the property.
 

Myrtle Beach Puts on the Works for Labor Day Weekend

Myrtle Beach Puts on the Works for Labor Day Weekend It's the best of times and worst of times on Labor Day weekend in Myrtle Beach. Unfortunately, it's the unofficial end of the summer tourism season. But on the other hand, the Grand Strand celebrates the sad occasion by going out with a bang over the three-day weekend. From fireworks and food to concerts and competitions, Myrtle Beach is the place to be for Labor Day weekend. Here are five of the highlights of the holiday.
 

A Full Day at the Beach in Only Two Hours

A Full Day at the Beach in Only Two Hours So you say you don't have time to go to the beach? Maybe you just aren't using your beach time wisely. After all, the beach is open 24/7. You only need to find two hours to squeeze in a good visit. Here’s a brief itinerary for your family’s 120-minute beach trip.
 

Find Sweet Relief from the Myrtle Beach Heat at Whitecaps, Starbucks

Find Sweet Relief from the Myrtle Beach Heat at Whitecaps, Starbucks Caribbean Resort guests can work up a powerful thirst and a persuasive sweet tooth by playing all day at the beach, pools and water park. Fortunately, sweet relief is never far away. Whitecaps Frozen Yogurt and a Starbucks coffeehouse are located just across Ocean Boulevard from the family-friendly resort. Take a break from the heat of the day or treat yourself to dessert at the end of the night with a short stroll across the street for something cold and sweet.
 

Food Aplenty Awaits Guests at Caribbean Resort

Food Aplenty Awaits Guests at Caribbean Resort There are many reasons to stay at Caribbean Oceanfront Resort in Myrtle Beach - first-class accommodations, excellent amenities that include an on-site waterpark and friendly hospitality - plus other lesser-known advantages. One of those reasons is the close proximity to some of the best restaurants on the Grand Strand. Within walking distance of the Caribbean Resort on 30th Avenue North are dozens of fine-dining, family-style and beach-casual establishments to match taste buds of all types.
 

A Very Cool Experience at the Caribbean

A Very Cool Experience at the Caribbean Stacey Anders and her family of four rarely go on vacation. So when they do, getting maximum value is important. That's why she booked their recent Myrtle Beach vacation getaway at Caribbean Resort & Villas. "(The Caribbean) offered a great special. I think I got 30 to 40 percent off ...," Anders said. "I was so appreciative because my husband and I are very strict with finances, and I wanted to find a hotel we could enjoy AND afford."
 

Summertime Fun at the Caribbean Resort & Villas

Summertime Fun at the Caribbean Resort & Villas It's going to be another hot summer in Myrtle Beach at the Caribbean Resort & Villas, but this oasis in the heart of the town has plenty of plans to make your summer vacation a cool one. With the addition of new facilities, activities and deals to give guests free admission to many top local attractions, the resort is going the extra mile to make sure everyone in your family leaves with a smile. So put on your swimsuit and party hat for what promises to be a fun and festive summer season. Here are some of the many extras you can expect from spending your vacation at the Caribbean Resort.
 

Get your Just Desserts at Sea Captain’s House Restaurant

Get your Just Desserts at Sea Captain’s House Restaurant You may not get your just desserts, but you may order “just desserts” at the historic Sea Captain’s House restaurant in Myrtle Beach. Located beside the Caribbean Resort on the oceanfront, this converted beach house has been serving delicious seafood and Southern cuisine for over a half-century. Caribbean Resorts guests couldn’t pick a better next door neighbor since the Sea Captain’s House serves three meals a day, making for a convenient and delicious place to visit for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
 

Come See What the Caribbean Resort Kids Club Has to Offer

Come See What the Caribbean Resort Kids Club Has to Offer Keeping children entertained during your Myrtle Beach vacation can be difficult. After all, you can only spend so much time and money shuttling the kids all over town to water parks and putt-putt courses. That’s one more reason it pays to stay and play at The Caribbean Resort. Designed with family vacations in mind, The Caribbean Resort Kids Club offers five days of fun-filled games and activities for the little ones without leaving the property and without spending a fortune. In fact, the majority of Kids Club events are free.
 

Sea Captain’s House: a Historic Myrtle Beach Landmark

Sea Captain’s House: a Historic Myrtle Beach Landmark If modern progress had its way, one of the Grand Strand’s oldest and most popular restaurants would be just another high-rise hotel on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront. But, as fate and the current owners of Sea Captain’s House Restaurant would have it, this world-famous eatery is still serving up some of the freshest seafood on the Strand for more than a half century. After all these years, it’s hard to believe that the Sea Captain’s House almost didn’t happen.
 

Caribbean Resort Shows Off Some Upgrades for 2014

Caribbean Resort Shows Off Some Upgrades for 2014 New visitors as well as loyal fans of the Caribbean Resort and Villas will be in for a few pleasant surprises when they pull up to the popular buildings this spring and summer. The winter months were busy ones for one of Myrtle Beach’s favorite destinations, and it shows with some spruced-up rooms and common areas. Beyond the extensive deep cleaning all units in every building have gotten in the past few months, here’s an overview of the changes.
 

Banditos Offers Great Mexican Cuisine On the Boardwalk

Banditos Offers Great Mexican Cuisine On the Boardwalk Craving Mexican food during your stay in Myrtle Beach? Check out Banditos Restaurant & Cantina. With its convenient boardwalk location, you can sip a margarita while you take advantage of the lovely oceanfront view and inspired menu, all within steps of the beach.
 

History of The Caribbean Resort & Villas

History of The Caribbean Resort & Villas Ever heard of The Jamaican? While it’s now the name of one of the buildings at Caribbean Resort, the Jamaican Resort was the original name of Caribbean Resort & Villas before they took on their current name in 2005. The Jamaican was one of the first motels in Myrtle Beach. After its start in the 1940s, the goal of the motel was to accommodate all types of demographics vacationing on the sunny beaches.
 

Caribbean Resort Voted Best of the Beach for Myrtle Beach Golf Packages

Caribbean Resort Voted Best of the Beach for Myrtle Beach Golf Packages Golfers have loved Caribbean Resort for a long time—many of them aren’t much interested in a trip to Myrtle Beach to play golf unless they can also stay at Caribbean. There are plenty of reasons, after all, Caribbean Resort is one of the top oceanfront resorts on the Grand Strand, but the golf packages themselves is one big reason they keep coming back.
 

Guests Love Caribbean Resort’s Delicious Amenities and Fresh New Upgrades

Guests Love Caribbean Resort’s Delicious Amenities and Fresh New Upgrades There are plenty of things to love about a stay at Caribbean Resort. There’s the oceanfront views, the amazing water amenities, the onsite restaurants, but there are also some very sweet amenities that you won’t find at just any Myrtle Beach resort: Starbucks and a self-serve frozen yogurt shop, Whitecaps.
 

How Did Myrtle Beach Get its Name?

How Did Myrtle Beach Get its Name? The community that grew around the timber transport business Burroughs and Collins was originally called Withers—with the post office being established in “Withers” in 1888. But in the early 1900s, the budding community decided it needed a new name, and a contest was held.
 

Myrtle Beach tips: Six items your beach bag needs

Myrtle Beach tips: Six items your beach bag needs Too often there’s some key item forgotten, and an afternoon at the beach is interrupted with a run to the room (this is where staying at an oceanfront resort is key – at least you won’t have to run far).
 

Resort Welcomes New Additions To Extensive List Of Amenities

Resort Welcomes New Additions To Extensive List Of Amenities Myrtle Beach, S.C. – Representatives of Caribbean Resort & Villas announced that the full-service family destination resort in Myrtle Beach and member of http://www.MyrtleBeachHotels.com will be welcoming new outposts of Starbucks Coffee and Whitecap Frozen Yogurt to its food offerings later this spring.
 

Christmas Mass Schedule for the Grand Strand

Christmas Mass Schedule for the Grand Strand Spending the holidays on the Grand Strand is a great idea for families, couples and groups looking to celebrate the season with a little rest and relaxation at the beach, and there are plenty of Christmas and New Year’s activities to keep you and your loved one busy and entertained. But just because you are away from your home and church doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the reason for the season. For Catholics who are accustomed to attending Mass for Christmas and New Year’s, here’s a list of local churches offering a wide range of services to meet your schedule:
 

Top 5 Myrtle Beach Winter Activities for Families

Top 5 Myrtle Beach Winter Activities for Families Don’t let the calendar or the thermometer keep you indoors during the winter months. Myrtle Beach has plenty to do and see during the winter time, including many days when it’s warm enough for outdoor fun as well as indoor entertainment. Here’s a list of five great ways to spend the day with the family during the cooler months in Myrtle Beach:
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions Come read up on some frequently asked questions regarding our resort policies, procedures, and offerings.
 

Planning Your Myrtle Beach Wedding

Planning Your Myrtle Beach Wedding There's nothing more romantic than a beach wedding, the waves crashing in the background with sunset splashing colors across the sky and the clouds. It's no wonder so many happy couples choose Myrtle Beach as the place to tie the knot, but there are a lot of "must-dos" before couples get to that magical moment of saying "I do."
 

Caribbean Resort Goes Green With Free Recharging Stations for Guests With Hybrid Cars

Caribbean Resort Goes Green With Free Recharging Stations for Guests With Hybrid Cars The Caribbean Resort, known for its blue ocean waters and white-sand beaches, is going green. The Myrtle Beach resort recently became the first on the Grand Strand to provide its guests with hybrid cars free use of an on-site charging station during their stay. The project has numerous benefits, but the primary reason is for the convenience of guests who drive hybrid vehicle. "(The electric charging stations are) an extra amenity for our guests and homeowners, and they encourage the use of renewable energy sources," said Matthew Harvey, chief engineer for the Caribbean, adding that the move may help "entice a new set of customers looking for places that have electrical charging stations."
 

Top 5 Places for Live Music and Dancing in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places for Live Music and Dancing in Myrtle Beach The sound of the waves crashing on the beach and the sight of sunlight dancing off the ocean are not the only ways to find great song and dance in Myrtle Beach. In fact, the Grand Strand has a proud history of music and dancing that are still alive and kicking. South Carolina's state dance, the shag, was born on the shores of North Myrtle Beach back in the 1950s and '60s, and large crowds still make regular visits to dance on the same saw-dust covered floors from a half century before. And country music super group Alabama used to be the house band at The Bowery in downtown Myrtle Beach back in the 1970s. Those scenes are still going strong, along with new venues for song and dance. Whether you are into country, pop, rock, blues or good ol' Carolina beach music, you are sure to find a place where they are playing your tune and doing your dance. Here's a list of the top five places for great live music and cut a rug in Myrtle Beach:
 

Christmas Shows Highlight Winter Theater Scene in Myrtle Beach

Christmas Shows Highlight Winter Theater Scene in Myrtle Beach It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the performance theaters in the Myrtle Beach area, where the holiday celebration begins earlier than anywhere else on the Grand Strand. While the unofficial kickoff of the Christmas shopping season is the “Black Friday” after Thanksgiving, the theatrical crowd gets started even earlier with the Christmas showcases getting under way in early November and running through the end of the year. Several theaters are also hosting touring concerts and shows throughout the holiday season to mix things up a bit. Here’s a list of the top five shows on the Grand Strand you don’t want to miss this winter:
 

Caribbean Resort Caters to Unexpected Visitor

Caribbean Resort Caters to Unexpected Visitor Lorrie Walters and her daughter Lacy came to Myrtle Beach for a girls’ weekend getaway and a birthday celebration. They ended up celebrating more "birthdays" than one. After Lacy, who was 34 weeks pregnant at the time, found a great deal on a room at the Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach, they couldn't pass up the chance for some much-needed rest and relaxing at the resort. After all, the baby wasn't due for six more weeks and their hometown of Charlotte was only three hours away. "We checked in early on Sunday and spent the day at the pool and the beach and had a nice dinner," Lorrie recalled. "Then my daughter woke me up at 5 a.m. and said, 'I think my water broke.' This was my first grandbaby and she was coming on my birthday - Sept. 22."
 

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood There are endless numbers of reasons to stay and play at the Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach - clean comfortable accommodations, first-class amenities and several on-site restaurants, beach bars and cafes that make it possible for guests to spend their entire vacation without leaving the property. But for those who want to see and do all that Myrtle Beach has to offer, it's hard to find a better place to stay than with us. Within walking distance of the resort are some of the Grand Strand's top attractions, dining, shopping and nightlife, as well as one of the most scenic stretches of beachfront in Myrtle Beach. Here's a list of all the great things in the neighborhood of the Caribbean:
 

Top 5 Winter Outdoor Activities in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Winter Outdoor Activities in Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach is much more than a summer destination. In fact, there are several outdoor events set for winter that is sure to get your heart pumping. Here’s a list of five fun events held on the Grand Strand in the winter time:
 

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar Just because the summer is over doesn't mean the fun has to be. The Myrtle Beach area features lots of festivities throughout the fall with a series of events meant to keep the party going. From food festivals to holiday-related events, the Grand Strand goes the extra mile to keep offseason visitors entertained. Here is a list of the top five events on Myrtle Beach's autumn social calendar:
 

Top 5 Attractions for Large Groups in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Attractions for Large Groups in Myrtle Beach They say the more the merrier, and that's certainly the case for large groups visiting the Grand Strand. Whether it's a family reunion, a golf gathering, a big wedding or just a group of strangers taking a bus tour, there are plenty of fun activities in the Myrtle Beach area that will be a hit with everyone in your party - even the party poopers. Here are the top five places for large groups to have a big time:
 

Top 4 Places to Watch the World Series, MLB Playoffs in Myrtle Beach

Top 4 Places to Watch the World Series, MLB Playoffs in Myrtle Beach The fall is all about football in the South, but there are still a few places in America that keep up with America's pastime. Particularly the Fall Classic, Major League Baseball's biggest time of year with the American and National League Playoffs and the World Series. Myrtle Beach may be a bit guilty of falling head over heels for football before the baseball season has run its course, but visitors who prefer baseball can still find some great places to watch the Grand Ole Game on the Grand Strand. Exactly where may depend on which teams make the playoffs. Because so many people move to the Myrtle Beach area from other cities and bring their baseball allegiances along with them, sports bars and restaurants that cater to those crowds tend to go all out when their hometown teams make the postseason. Bars frequented by fans of the Yankees, Phillies, Red Sox and Cardinals have held celebrations for their teams over recent years.
 

Take a Walk on the Mild Side in Myrtle Beach

Take a Walk on the Mild Side in Myrtle Beach Just because you’re going on vacation in Myrtle Beach for a week or so doesn’t mean you have to take a break from your exercise schedule. In fact, a trip to the Grand Strand may be just the change of pace you need to keep your workout routine fresh, especially if walking is on the agenda. Instead of looking at the same scenery every day, take advantage of the different landscape on the many walking trails the area has to offer. First and foremost, the best walking trail on the Grand Strand isn’t a trail at all; it’s the beach. While walking on the loose sand is a difficult chore for most, stick to the packed-down sand below the high-tide line and experience a soft surface that’s much better for your feet than concrete, not to mention the beautiful beach scenery and the crashing waves at your feet. But for those who prefer a little more greenery to their scenery, the Grand Strand has a wide range of options for walking, hiking and biking. Here’s a list of five great places to go for a walk in Myrtle Beach:
 

Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon Features Fun and Fitness

Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon Features Fun and Fitness Start training now for the Fifth Annual Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon, which has quickly become one of the most popular half-marathon and 5K race weekends on the East Coast. Scheduled for October 18-19, perfect fall weather for a brisk run on the beach, this event attracts thousands of runners from all over the country and abroad to take party in a festive weekend filled with activities that go well beyond the race course itself.
 

Greek Festival in Myrtle Beach

Greek Festival in Myrtle Beach The Greeks have a word for "cheers," and Southerners have a word for "everybody." The resulting phrase - "Yasou Y'all" - won't be heard anywhere around the Greek isles, but it has become a commonly used term on the Grand Strand the last week of September. The 24th annual Greek Festival, a fundraiser for St. John's Greek Orthodox Church in Myrtle Beach, on Sept. 25-28 at the church's grounds on the corner of Highway 17 Bypass and 33rd Avenue North, but this is one congregation that knows how to throw a party.
 

A Course to ‘Dye’ for at Barefoot Golf Resort

A Course to ‘Dye’ for at Barefoot Golf Resort Guests at the Caribbean Resort don’t have to travel far to find an out-of-this-world golf experience. The Caribbean is located close to some of the vintage Grand Strand golf courses – Pine Lakes International Country Club and The Dunes Golf & Beach Club and Myrtlewood Golf Club, which are the first three courses opened in Myrtle Beach. But for a few extra miles to the north, you can visit a more modern facility with four award-winning courses on one property – Barefoot Golf Resort.
 

Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach Politics, religion and pizza: Three topics not to be discussed in public unless you’re looking for a fight. Deep dish or thin crust? Pepperonis only or the works? New York-style or Chicago? The debate is as old as time. Because Myrtle Beach is a bit of a miniature melting pot, drawing visitors and transplanted locals from all over the nation, the Great Pizza Debate is particularly hot and saucy. Unlike other regions of the country that have reached a consensus on how they prefer their pies, the Grand Strand is a virtual Pizza-Palooza of options. Thin-and-crispy peacefully co-exists with thick-and-gooey, no matter how wrong the other side may be.
 

Sea Captains House Restaurant

Sea Captains House Restaurant Who says it doesn’t pay to delay? Certainly not the historic Sea Captain’s House in Myrtle Beach. If the owners had gotten their way, this award-winning restaurant would not be here today. Housed in an old beach cottage on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, conveniently located next door to the Caribbean Resort, the Sea Captain’s House has been serving seafood and Southern cuisine to hungry vacationers and savvy locals since 1953. Not bad for a place that was slated for demolition to make room for a high-rise hotel on the property.
 

Myrtle Beach Puts on the Works for Labor Day Weekend

Myrtle Beach Puts on the Works for Labor Day Weekend It's the best of times and worst of times on Labor Day weekend in Myrtle Beach. Unfortunately, it's the unofficial end of the summer tourism season. But on the other hand, the Grand Strand celebrates the sad occasion by going out with a bang over the three-day weekend. From fireworks and food to concerts and competitions, Myrtle Beach is the place to be for Labor Day weekend. Here are five of the highlights of the holiday.
 

A Full Day at the Beach in Only Two Hours

A Full Day at the Beach in Only Two Hours So you say you don't have time to go to the beach? Maybe you just aren't using your beach time wisely. After all, the beach is open 24/7. You only need to find two hours to squeeze in a good visit. Here’s a brief itinerary for your family’s 120-minute beach trip.
 

Find Sweet Relief from the Myrtle Beach Heat at Whitecaps, Starbucks

Find Sweet Relief from the Myrtle Beach Heat at Whitecaps, Starbucks Caribbean Resort guests can work up a powerful thirst and a persuasive sweet tooth by playing all day at the beach, pools and water park. Fortunately, sweet relief is never far away. Whitecaps Frozen Yogurt and a Starbucks coffeehouse are located just across Ocean Boulevard from the family-friendly resort. Take a break from the heat of the day or treat yourself to dessert at the end of the night with a short stroll across the street for something cold and sweet.
 

Food Aplenty Awaits Guests at Caribbean Resort

Food Aplenty Awaits Guests at Caribbean Resort There are many reasons to stay at Caribbean Oceanfront Resort in Myrtle Beach - first-class accommodations, excellent amenities that include an on-site waterpark and friendly hospitality - plus other lesser-known advantages. One of those reasons is the close proximity to some of the best restaurants on the Grand Strand. Within walking distance of the Caribbean Resort on 30th Avenue North are dozens of fine-dining, family-style and beach-casual establishments to match taste buds of all types.
 

A Very Cool Experience at the Caribbean

A Very Cool Experience at the Caribbean Stacey Anders and her family of four rarely go on vacation. So when they do, getting maximum value is important. That's why she booked their recent Myrtle Beach vacation getaway at Caribbean Resort & Villas. "(The Caribbean) offered a great special. I think I got 30 to 40 percent off ...," Anders said. "I was so appreciative because my husband and I are very strict with finances, and I wanted to find a hotel we could enjoy AND afford."
 

Summertime Fun at the Caribbean Resort & Villas

Summertime Fun at the Caribbean Resort & Villas It's going to be another hot summer in Myrtle Beach at the Caribbean Resort & Villas, but this oasis in the heart of the town has plenty of plans to make your summer vacation a cool one. With the addition of new facilities, activities and deals to give guests free admission to many top local attractions, the resort is going the extra mile to make sure everyone in your family leaves with a smile. So put on your swimsuit and party hat for what promises to be a fun and festive summer season. Here are some of the many extras you can expect from spending your vacation at the Caribbean Resort.
 

Get your Just Desserts at Sea Captain’s House Restaurant

Get your Just Desserts at Sea Captain’s House Restaurant You may not get your just desserts, but you may order “just desserts” at the historic Sea Captain’s House restaurant in Myrtle Beach. Located beside the Caribbean Resort on the oceanfront, this converted beach house has been serving delicious seafood and Southern cuisine for over a half-century. Caribbean Resorts guests couldn’t pick a better next door neighbor since the Sea Captain’s House serves three meals a day, making for a convenient and delicious place to visit for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
 

Come See What the Caribbean Resort Kids Club Has to Offer

Come See What the Caribbean Resort Kids Club Has to Offer Keeping children entertained during your Myrtle Beach vacation can be difficult. After all, you can only spend so much time and money shuttling the kids all over town to water parks and putt-putt courses. That’s one more reason it pays to stay and play at The Caribbean Resort. Designed with family vacations in mind, The Caribbean Resort Kids Club offers five days of fun-filled games and activities for the little ones without leaving the property and without spending a fortune. In fact, the majority of Kids Club events are free.
 

Sea Captain’s House: a Historic Myrtle Beach Landmark

Sea Captain’s House: a Historic Myrtle Beach Landmark If modern progress had its way, one of the Grand Strand’s oldest and most popular restaurants would be just another high-rise hotel on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront. But, as fate and the current owners of Sea Captain’s House Restaurant would have it, this world-famous eatery is still serving up some of the freshest seafood on the Strand for more than a half century. After all these years, it’s hard to believe that the Sea Captain’s House almost didn’t happen.
 

Caribbean Resort Shows Off Some Upgrades for 2014

Caribbean Resort Shows Off Some Upgrades for 2014 New visitors as well as loyal fans of the Caribbean Resort and Villas will be in for a few pleasant surprises when they pull up to the popular buildings this spring and summer. The winter months were busy ones for one of Myrtle Beach’s favorite destinations, and it shows with some spruced-up rooms and common areas. Beyond the extensive deep cleaning all units in every building have gotten in the past few months, here’s an overview of the changes.
 

Banditos Offers Great Mexican Cuisine On the Boardwalk

Banditos Offers Great Mexican Cuisine On the Boardwalk Craving Mexican food during your stay in Myrtle Beach? Check out Banditos Restaurant & Cantina. With its convenient boardwalk location, you can sip a margarita while you take advantage of the lovely oceanfront view and inspired menu, all within steps of the beach.
 

History of The Caribbean Resort & Villas

History of The Caribbean Resort & Villas Ever heard of The Jamaican? While it’s now the name of one of the buildings at Caribbean Resort, the Jamaican Resort was the original name of Caribbean Resort & Villas before they took on their current name in 2005. The Jamaican was one of the first motels in Myrtle Beach. After its start in the 1940s, the goal of the motel was to accommodate all types of demographics vacationing on the sunny beaches.
 

Caribbean Resort Voted Best of the Beach for Myrtle Beach Golf Packages

Caribbean Resort Voted Best of the Beach for Myrtle Beach Golf Packages Golfers have loved Caribbean Resort for a long time—many of them aren’t much interested in a trip to Myrtle Beach to play golf unless they can also stay at Caribbean. There are plenty of reasons, after all, Caribbean Resort is one of the top oceanfront resorts on the Grand Strand, but the golf packages themselves is one big reason they keep coming back.
 

Guests Love Caribbean Resort’s Delicious Amenities and Fresh New Upgrades

Guests Love Caribbean Resort’s Delicious Amenities and Fresh New Upgrades There are plenty of things to love about a stay at Caribbean Resort. There’s the oceanfront views, the amazing water amenities, the onsite restaurants, but there are also some very sweet amenities that you won’t find at just any Myrtle Beach resort: Starbucks and a self-serve frozen yogurt shop, Whitecaps.
 

How Did Myrtle Beach Get its Name?

How Did Myrtle Beach Get its Name? The community that grew around the timber transport business Burroughs and Collins was originally called Withers—with the post office being established in “Withers” in 1888. But in the early 1900s, the budding community decided it needed a new name, and a contest was held.
 

Myrtle Beach tips: Six items your beach bag needs

Myrtle Beach tips: Six items your beach bag needs Too often there’s some key item forgotten, and an afternoon at the beach is interrupted with a run to the room (this is where staying at an oceanfront resort is key – at least you won’t have to run far).
 

Top 5 Myrtle Beach Winter Activities for Families

Top 5 Myrtle Beach Winter Activities for Families Don’t let the calendar or the thermometer keep you indoors during the winter months. Myrtle Beach has plenty to do and see during the winter time, including many days when it’s warm enough for outdoor fun as well as indoor entertainment. Here’s a list of five great ways to spend the day with the family during the cooler months in Myrtle Beach:
 

Top 5 Places for Live Music and Dancing in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places for Live Music and Dancing in Myrtle Beach The sound of the waves crashing on the beach and the sight of sunlight dancing off the ocean are not the only ways to find great song and dance in Myrtle Beach. In fact, the Grand Strand has a proud history of music and dancing that are still alive and kicking. South Carolina's state dance, the shag, was born on the shores of North Myrtle Beach back in the 1950s and '60s, and large crowds still make regular visits to dance on the same saw-dust covered floors from a half century before. And country music super group Alabama used to be the house band at The Bowery in downtown Myrtle Beach back in the 1970s. Those scenes are still going strong, along with new venues for song and dance. Whether you are into country, pop, rock, blues or good ol' Carolina beach music, you are sure to find a place where they are playing your tune and doing your dance. Here's a list of the top five places for great live music and cut a rug in Myrtle Beach:
 

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood There are endless numbers of reasons to stay and play at the Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach - clean comfortable accommodations, first-class amenities and several on-site restaurants, beach bars and cafes that make it possible for guests to spend their entire vacation without leaving the property. But for those who want to see and do all that Myrtle Beach has to offer, it's hard to find a better place to stay than with us. Within walking distance of the resort are some of the Grand Strand's top attractions, dining, shopping and nightlife, as well as one of the most scenic stretches of beachfront in Myrtle Beach. Here's a list of all the great things in the neighborhood of the Caribbean:
 

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar Just because the summer is over doesn't mean the fun has to be. The Myrtle Beach area features lots of festivities throughout the fall with a series of events meant to keep the party going. From food festivals to holiday-related events, the Grand Strand goes the extra mile to keep offseason visitors entertained. Here is a list of the top five events on Myrtle Beach's autumn social calendar:
 

Top 5 Attractions for Large Groups in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Attractions for Large Groups in Myrtle Beach They say the more the merrier, and that's certainly the case for large groups visiting the Grand Strand. Whether it's a family reunion, a golf gathering, a big wedding or just a group of strangers taking a bus tour, there are plenty of fun activities in the Myrtle Beach area that will be a hit with everyone in your party - even the party poopers. Here are the top five places for large groups to have a big time:
 

Broadway at the Beach offers around-the-bend fun for guests of the Caribbean Resort & Villas

Broadway at the Beach offers around-the-bend fun for guests of the Caribbean Resort & Villas The Grand Strand has plenty places at which you can stay, but you are pondering or have picked The Caribbean Resort and Villas.
 

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood There are endless numbers of reasons to stay and play at the Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach - clean comfortable accommodations, first-class amenities and several on-site restaurants, beach bars and cafes that make it possible for guests to spend their entire vacation without leaving the property. But for those who want to see and do all that Myrtle Beach has to offer, it's hard to find a better place to stay than with us. Within walking distance of the resort are some of the Grand Strand's top attractions, dining, shopping and nightlife, as well as one of the most scenic stretches of beachfront in Myrtle Beach. Here's a list of all the great things in the neighborhood of the Caribbean:
 

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar Just because the summer is over doesn't mean the fun has to be. The Myrtle Beach area features lots of festivities throughout the fall with a series of events meant to keep the party going. From food festivals to holiday-related events, the Grand Strand goes the extra mile to keep offseason visitors entertained. Here is a list of the top five events on Myrtle Beach's autumn social calendar:
 

Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach Politics, religion and pizza: Three topics not to be discussed in public unless you’re looking for a fight. Deep dish or thin crust? Pepperonis only or the works? New York-style or Chicago? The debate is as old as time. Because Myrtle Beach is a bit of a miniature melting pot, drawing visitors and transplanted locals from all over the nation, the Great Pizza Debate is particularly hot and saucy. Unlike other regions of the country that have reached a consensus on how they prefer their pies, the Grand Strand is a virtual Pizza-Palooza of options. Thin-and-crispy peacefully co-exists with thick-and-gooey, no matter how wrong the other side may be.
 

Sea Captains House Restaurant

Sea Captains House Restaurant Who says it doesn’t pay to delay? Certainly not the historic Sea Captain’s House in Myrtle Beach. If the owners had gotten their way, this award-winning restaurant would not be here today. Housed in an old beach cottage on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, conveniently located next door to the Caribbean Resort, the Sea Captain’s House has been serving seafood and Southern cuisine to hungry vacationers and savvy locals since 1953. Not bad for a place that was slated for demolition to make room for a high-rise hotel on the property.
 

Find Sweet Relief from the Myrtle Beach Heat at Whitecaps, Starbucks

Find Sweet Relief from the Myrtle Beach Heat at Whitecaps, Starbucks Caribbean Resort guests can work up a powerful thirst and a persuasive sweet tooth by playing all day at the beach, pools and water park. Fortunately, sweet relief is never far away. Whitecaps Frozen Yogurt and a Starbucks coffeehouse are located just across Ocean Boulevard from the family-friendly resort. Take a break from the heat of the day or treat yourself to dessert at the end of the night with a short stroll across the street for something cold and sweet.
 

Food Aplenty Awaits Guests at Caribbean Resort

Food Aplenty Awaits Guests at Caribbean Resort There are many reasons to stay at Caribbean Oceanfront Resort in Myrtle Beach - first-class accommodations, excellent amenities that include an on-site waterpark and friendly hospitality - plus other lesser-known advantages. One of those reasons is the close proximity to some of the best restaurants on the Grand Strand. Within walking distance of the Caribbean Resort on 30th Avenue North are dozens of fine-dining, family-style and beach-casual establishments to match taste buds of all types.
 

Sea Captain’s House: a Historic Myrtle Beach Landmark

Sea Captain’s House: a Historic Myrtle Beach Landmark If modern progress had its way, one of the Grand Strand’s oldest and most popular restaurants would be just another high-rise hotel on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront. But, as fate and the current owners of Sea Captain’s House Restaurant would have it, this world-famous eatery is still serving up some of the freshest seafood on the Strand for more than a half century. After all these years, it’s hard to believe that the Sea Captain’s House almost didn’t happen.
 

Banditos Offers Great Mexican Cuisine On the Boardwalk

Banditos Offers Great Mexican Cuisine On the Boardwalk Craving Mexican food during your stay in Myrtle Beach? Check out Banditos Restaurant & Cantina. With its convenient boardwalk location, you can sip a margarita while you take advantage of the lovely oceanfront view and inspired menu, all within steps of the beach.
 

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood There are endless numbers of reasons to stay and play at the Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach - clean comfortable accommodations, first-class amenities and several on-site restaurants, beach bars and cafes that make it possible for guests to spend their entire vacation without leaving the property. But for those who want to see and do all that Myrtle Beach has to offer, it's hard to find a better place to stay than with us. Within walking distance of the resort are some of the Grand Strand's top attractions, dining, shopping and nightlife, as well as one of the most scenic stretches of beachfront in Myrtle Beach. Here's a list of all the great things in the neighborhood of the Caribbean:
 

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar Just because the summer is over doesn't mean the fun has to be. The Myrtle Beach area features lots of festivities throughout the fall with a series of events meant to keep the party going. From food festivals to holiday-related events, the Grand Strand goes the extra mile to keep offseason visitors entertained. Here is a list of the top five events on Myrtle Beach's autumn social calendar:
 

Top 5 Myrtle Beach Winter Activities for Families

Top 5 Myrtle Beach Winter Activities for Families Don’t let the calendar or the thermometer keep you indoors during the winter months. Myrtle Beach has plenty to do and see during the winter time, including many days when it’s warm enough for outdoor fun as well as indoor entertainment. Here’s a list of five great ways to spend the day with the family during the cooler months in Myrtle Beach:
 

Planning Your Myrtle Beach Wedding

Planning Your Myrtle Beach Wedding There's nothing more romantic than a beach wedding, the waves crashing in the background with sunset splashing colors across the sky and the clouds. It's no wonder so many happy couples choose Myrtle Beach as the place to tie the knot, but there are a lot of "must-dos" before couples get to that magical moment of saying "I do."
 

Top 5 Places for Live Music and Dancing in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places for Live Music and Dancing in Myrtle Beach The sound of the waves crashing on the beach and the sight of sunlight dancing off the ocean are not the only ways to find great song and dance in Myrtle Beach. In fact, the Grand Strand has a proud history of music and dancing that are still alive and kicking. South Carolina's state dance, the shag, was born on the shores of North Myrtle Beach back in the 1950s and '60s, and large crowds still make regular visits to dance on the same saw-dust covered floors from a half century before. And country music super group Alabama used to be the house band at The Bowery in downtown Myrtle Beach back in the 1970s. Those scenes are still going strong, along with new venues for song and dance. Whether you are into country, pop, rock, blues or good ol' Carolina beach music, you are sure to find a place where they are playing your tune and doing your dance. Here's a list of the top five places for great live music and cut a rug in Myrtle Beach:
 

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood

Caribbean Resort Guests Have Lots to See and Do in the Neighborhood There are endless numbers of reasons to stay and play at the Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach - clean comfortable accommodations, first-class amenities and several on-site restaurants, beach bars and cafes that make it possible for guests to spend their entire vacation without leaving the property. But for those who want to see and do all that Myrtle Beach has to offer, it's hard to find a better place to stay than with us. Within walking distance of the resort are some of the Grand Strand's top attractions, dining, shopping and nightlife, as well as one of the most scenic stretches of beachfront in Myrtle Beach. Here's a list of all the great things in the neighborhood of the Caribbean:
 

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar

Top 5 Events on Myrtle Beach’s Fall Events Calendar Just because the summer is over doesn't mean the fun has to be. The Myrtle Beach area features lots of festivities throughout the fall with a series of events meant to keep the party going. From food festivals to holiday-related events, the Grand Strand goes the extra mile to keep offseason visitors entertained. Here is a list of the top five events on Myrtle Beach's autumn social calendar:
 

Top 4 Places to Watch the World Series, MLB Playoffs in Myrtle Beach

Top 4 Places to Watch the World Series, MLB Playoffs in Myrtle Beach The fall is all about football in the South, but there are still a few places in America that keep up with America's pastime. Particularly the Fall Classic, Major League Baseball's biggest time of year with the American and National League Playoffs and the World Series. Myrtle Beach may be a bit guilty of falling head over heels for football before the baseball season has run its course, but visitors who prefer baseball can still find some great places to watch the Grand Ole Game on the Grand Strand. Exactly where may depend on which teams make the playoffs. Because so many people move to the Myrtle Beach area from other cities and bring their baseball allegiances along with them, sports bars and restaurants that cater to those crowds tend to go all out when their hometown teams make the postseason. Bars frequented by fans of the Yankees, Phillies, Red Sox and Cardinals have held celebrations for their teams over recent years.
 

Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon Features Fun and Fitness

Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon Features Fun and Fitness Start training now for the Fifth Annual Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon, which has quickly become one of the most popular half-marathon and 5K race weekends on the East Coast. Scheduled for October 18-19, perfect fall weather for a brisk run on the beach, this event attracts thousands of runners from all over the country and abroad to take party in a festive weekend filled with activities that go well beyond the race course itself.
 

Greek Festival in Myrtle Beach

Greek Festival in Myrtle Beach The Greeks have a word for "cheers," and Southerners have a word for "everybody." The resulting phrase - "Yasou Y'all" - won't be heard anywhere around the Greek isles, but it has become a commonly used term on the Grand Strand the last week of September. The 24th annual Greek Festival, a fundraiser for St. John's Greek Orthodox Church in Myrtle Beach, on Sept. 25-28 at the church's grounds on the corner of Highway 17 Bypass and 33rd Avenue North, but this is one congregation that knows how to throw a party.
 

Myrtle Beach Puts on the Works for Labor Day Weekend

Myrtle Beach Puts on the Works for Labor Day Weekend It's the best of times and worst of times on Labor Day weekend in Myrtle Beach. Unfortunately, it's the unofficial end of the summer tourism season. But on the other hand, the Grand Strand celebrates the sad occasion by going out with a bang over the three-day weekend. From fireworks and food to concerts and competitions, Myrtle Beach is the place to be for Labor Day weekend. Here are five of the highlights of the holiday.
 

A Course to ‘Dye’ for at Barefoot Golf Resort

A Course to ‘Dye’ for at Barefoot Golf Resort Guests at the Caribbean Resort don’t have to travel far to find an out-of-this-world golf experience. The Caribbean is located close to some of the vintage Grand Strand golf courses – Pine Lakes International Country Club and The Dunes Golf & Beach Club and Myrtlewood Golf Club, which are the first three courses opened in Myrtle Beach. But for a few extra miles to the north, you can visit a more modern facility with four award-winning courses on one property – Barefoot Golf Resort.
 

Caribbean Resort Voted Best of the Beach for Myrtle Beach Golf Packages

Caribbean Resort Voted Best of the Beach for Myrtle Beach Golf Packages Golfers have loved Caribbean Resort for a long time—many of them aren’t much interested in a trip to Myrtle Beach to play golf unless they can also stay at Caribbean. There are plenty of reasons, after all, Caribbean Resort is one of the top oceanfront resorts on the Grand Strand, but the golf packages themselves is one big reason they keep coming back.
 

Top 3 Myrtle Beach Attractions in 2013

Top 3 Myrtle Beach Attractions in 2013 With all of the fun things to do in Myrtle Beach, it can be hard to fit everything in to one trip. Here’s a quick list of a few of our favorite attractions around town that we think you should try to squeeze in to your itinerary.
 

New Bonus With Free Tickets and DVDs Coming to Caribbean Resort in Jan. 10!

New Bonus With Free Tickets and DVDs Coming to Caribbean Resort in Jan. 10! At Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach, we are all about making sure every trip is the best vacation it can possibly be. That’s why we’re all about service, and why our guests keep coming back to see us again and again, year after year. But in 2014, we’re upping the ante with a seriously awesome new bonus that at check-in, with absolutely no cost to our guests: the Sun & Fun Bonus, which includes free, in-room DVD rentals and free tickets to many of the most popular attractions in Myrtle Beach.
 

New Myrtle Beach Restaurants, Shops and More Open at Broadway at the Beach

New Myrtle Beach Restaurants, Shops and More Open at Broadway at the Beach As though there wasn’t enough to check out at Broadway at the Beach every time you visit Myrtle Beach, several new Myrtle Beach Restaurants, bars and shops are now open, including a new Italian restaurant, a sports bar, several retail stores and a new comedy club.
 

Winter Updates Underway at Caribbean Resort

Winter Updates Underway at Caribbean Resort One of the keys to operating a successful resort is constantly working to keep everything up-to-date. We’re always refreshing paint, deep cleaning carpets, and working to maintain our landscaping. And when winter comes, we also bring in some bigger changes to make sure that we have the freshest, most up-to-date accommodations to offer to our guests. This winter, we have several exciting projects planned.
 

Visiting Caribbean Resort This Winter? There’s Tons to do in Myrtle Beach!

Visiting Caribbean Resort This Winter? There’s Tons to do in Myrtle Beach! The beach in the winter … talk about peace and tranquility! We absolutely love the beach in wintertime, but just because it’s peaceful doesn’t mean there isn’t anything to do. In fact, it’s a great time to visit, because most of the best attractions are still open, but without crowds and the lines.
 

Best Reasons to Travel to Myrtle Beach in the Spring

Best Reasons to Travel to Myrtle Beach in the Spring The springtime is a traditionally popular time to visit the Grand Strand, with amazingly comfortable weather, luxurious rooms at a discounted rate and much more! If you’re the type of person who likes to get the most out your annual vacation, here are some reasons why Myrtle Beach is the ultimate getaway during the spring months.
 

Spend Your Winter in Myrtle Beach: Winter Rentals at Caribbean Resort

Spend Your Winter in Myrtle Beach: Winter Rentals at Caribbean Resort When you stay here for the winter for at least a month, you’re eligible for our winter rental program, which entitles you to steep discounts on your stay. Plus, you’ll be part of a community of snowbirds who know how to have a good time!
 

Wintertime Fun at Caribbean Resort - Swimsuits and All!

Wintertime Fun at Caribbean Resort - Swimsuits and All! A winter trip to Myrtle Beach is a little bit different than a summertime adventure. For one, you aren’t going to run into crowds at every turn. It’s much more peaceful. And it’s a little bit cooler, sure, but still quite mild and sunny most of the time. Of course, room rates are also different in the winter, as you’re likely to run into some great deals. But there’re plenty of things about visiting Myrtle Beach that are the same year-round: Fun attractions, gorgeous scenery and even the chance to swim and play!
 

Try Our Favorite River City and California Pizza Inspired Super Bowl Snacks!

Try Our Favorite River City and California Pizza Inspired Super Bowl Snacks! Whatever big game you’re gearing up for, whether it’s your favorite college team’s bowl game or the NFL game to beat all NFL games, you’ve gotta have great snacks on hand. If you’re in Myrtle Beach, there are two go-to game snack hotspots you can always hit up for the goods; River City Café and Ultimate California Pizza.
 

Enjoy Vegas-Style Glitz in Myrtle Beach at the Palace Theatre

Enjoy Vegas-Style Glitz in Myrtle Beach at the Palace Theatre The moment you enter the doors of the grand Palace Theatre in Myrtle Beach, it’s clear you’re in for a special experience. Year after year, the theatre has brought amazing Vegas-style shows to Myrtle Beach right in the heart of town at Broadway at the Beach, and this year is no exception!
 

Dining at the Caribbean Resort Myrtle Beach

Dining at the Caribbean Resort Myrtle Beach Enjoy the sun, sand, and the pleasures of golfing at the Grand Strand’s very own Caribbean Resort & Villas! This newly renovated family resort features a variety of amenities and the nicest accommodations in Myrtle Beach.
 

New South Brewing Offering Weekly Tours of Myrtle Beach Microbrewery

New South Brewing Offering Weekly Tours of Myrtle Beach Microbrewery Attention beer lovers: Are you thirsty for something different to do on your Myrtle vacation this year? New South Brewing, a prominent microbrewery located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, is now welcoming visitors for a full-guided tour around the facility!
 

Cool off this summer with Myrtle Beach Water Parks!

Cool off this summer with Myrtle Beach Water Parks! Lounging by the pool is great, and so is splashing around in the ocean. But sometimes you just want to go all-out with the water-based fun, and that’s when Myrtle Beach’s great water parks come into play!
 

Blackmoor—Doglegs and Delight

Blackmoor—Doglegs and Delight Luckily, playing Blackmoor less like jousting than a waltz, with many turns and undulations to an interesting rhythm. The golf course begins gently enough, with a par four, par three and par five, all of which are fairly straightforward. The pace quickens a bit with the 162 yard par three 4th hole, which plays over a pond to one of Blackmoor’s trademark small, pushed-up greens.
 

Caribbean Resort and Carolina Opry

Caribbean Resort and Carolina Opry Myrtle Beach really does have everything you need to entertain you day and night. As guests of the Caribbean Resort, you are right in the heart of all of the action. You are just steps away from many attractions, restaurants and the shows. There are many amazing shows right here in Myrtle Beach.
 

The Market Common Myrtle Beach is not common at all

The Market Common Myrtle Beach is not common at all The Market Common is a hidden gem of Myrtle Beach. Guests of The Caribbean Resort & Villas traveling there will soon discover it is an ideal excursion where fun, food and fellowship awaits any member of their group.
 

Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in Myrtle Beach

Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in Myrtle Beach Whether you call it dinner or supper, the main meal on Thanksgiving Day is a pretty big deal to most Americans. Yet that doesn’t stop plenty of people from taking a trip to the beach over the long Thanksgiving weekend—and who can blame them? It’s a great time to visit Myrtle Beach. Plenty of Myrtle Beach restaurants are open for business and serving up a delicious Thanksgiving supper.
 

Broadway at the Beach presents the Holiday Tree Lighting

Broadway at the Beach presents the Holiday Tree Lighting Saturday, November 23 - 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Watch the illumination of the grand Christmas tree at Broadway and enjoy dance performances and live music from the Palace Theatre, Legends in Concert and the Carolina Forest Performing Arts Academy.
 

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Kids: Caribbean Resort Kids Club!

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Kids: Caribbean Resort Kids Club! Sometimes even the most dedicated pool aficionados need a break from non-stop swimming and splashing. Even if it’s just long enough to de-prune their fingers and toes. We’ve got the perfect antidote: the Caribbean Resort Kids Club!
 

Summer Brings Extra Fun to Myrtle Beach’s Caribbean Resort

Summer Brings Extra Fun to Myrtle Beach’s Caribbean Resort Summer’s coming … can you hear it? Here’s what it sounds like at Caribbean Resort: Crashing waves, splashing water and the rattling of ice in a glass. Someone’s singing a beach tune, and you can also hear a couple of kids laughing. To help gear up for summer, we’re planning non-stop fun and entertainment.
 

The Best Sushi on the Beach is at King Kong Sushi

The Best Sushi on the Beach is at King Kong Sushi King Kong Sushi in Myrtle Beach is home to monster tastes.
 Just like the gigantic gorilla that scaled the Empire State Building, this Grand Strand eatery reaches new heights. 
There are 117 sushi rolls on an expansive menu that also has an array of appetizers, soups, salads and hibachi dinners.
 

Alabama Theatre: Home to Some of Myrtle Beach’s Best Entertainment

Alabama Theatre: Home to Some of Myrtle Beach’s Best Entertainment Since Alabama Theatre's beginning in 1993, it's anchor show has remained one of the most popular in the southern United States. And there are no signs of that changing soon.
 

Sea Captain’s House Restaurant Offers Award-Winning Oceanfront Dining in Myrtle Beach

Sea Captain’s House Restaurant Offers Award-Winning Oceanfront Dining in Myrtle Beach The oceanfront restaurant, started in 1962, is home to fresh, flavorful seafood, delightful salads and sensational desserts difficult to resist.
 

Caribbean Resort Offers Winter Warm Ups -2 Free Starbucks Tall Coffees with bookings through January

Caribbean Resort Offers Winter Warm Ups -2 Free Starbucks Tall Coffees with bookings through January The Caribbean Resort in Myrtle Beach is taking full advantage to make guests feel at home, with one of their newest on-site amenities, Starbucks.
 

Taste of the Town, October 9, 2012

Taste of the Town, October 9, 2012 The most delicious night on the Grand Strand is the Taste of the Town, an annual event that attracts some of the top restaurants in Myrtle Beach under one big roof at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
 

Ready, Set, Run .... It is time again for the Myrtle Beach Marathon

Ready, Set, Run .... It is time again for the Myrtle Beach Marathon The Myrtle Beach Marathon will have events from February 16 - 18, 2012.
 

WonderWorks Opening Spring 2011 in Broadway at the Beach

WonderWorks Opening Spring 2011 in Broadway at the Beach This will be the 4th location of the WonderWorks Amusement park for the mind. It is 50,000 square feet in size and 97 feet in height. Wonderworks are known for their dramatic exterior and will be classically-designed with the appearance of landing upside-down.
 

Runners get ready for the 5th Annual Myrtle Beach Turkey Trot 2011

Runners get ready for the 5th Annual Myrtle Beach Turkey Trot 2011 November 24 @ 8:00 AM Please join the fun event Thanksgiving morning. They have a 8k, 5k, 1 mile and the Tot Trot.
 
 

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