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.
Look forward to relaxing on a renovated pool deck during your stay. Visitors love the cottage-style amenities of the Chelsea, as well as its private pool and hot tub in a center courtyard.
“It’s everything that it once was, only better and newer,” said Jordan Earhart, The Caribbean’s front desk manager.
The deck and floor have been redone, and the area now sports an improved L-shaped hot tub that fits 10-12 adults.
The Dominican Tower:
A once-drab breezeway, where guests hop on elevators and walk from front parking lot to pool deck, has undergone a transformative facelift, Earhart said.
“It’s a complete 180 from how it looked before,” he said. “It’s beautiful.”
The cement walls and walkway have been replaced by classy wood paneling and granite. The elevators have been spiffed up as well.
In addition, the tastefully improved suites boast new carpets, refinished ceilings, new furniture and bedding, and updated kitchens and baths.
The Cayman Tower:
All two-, three- and four-bedroom luxury condos have been improved with brand new carpets and sofas.
To check out photos of the new and improved rooms and suites in the Cayman and Dominican Towers, go to http://www.caribbeanresort.com/accommodations.