Check out the latest news happening on the grand strand and learn what to expect when you visit Myrtle Beach.
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...Read More About Sea Captain’s House: a Historic Myrtle Beach Landmark
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...Read More About Caribbean Resort Shows Off Some Upgrades for 2014
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. Banditos opened in 2012 and offers creative Mexican fare with...Read More About Banditos Offers Great Mexican Cuisine On the Boardwalk
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,...Read More About History of The Caribbean Resort & Villas
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,...Read More About Guests Love Caribbean Resort’s Delicious Amenities and Fresh New Upgrades
Myrtle Beach was once inhabited by Native Americans of the Waccamaw Tribe, and the area was called Long Bay. But among the first European arrivals to the area were the Withers family. After the American Revolution, more pioneers made their way to the remote coastal area, including George Washington, who traveled down the Kings Highway. But it...Read More About How Did Myrtle Beach Get its Name?
Oh, the beach bag. We kind of revere those things around here. The fact is, a well-packed beach bag is practically magical. Bored? Reach in the beach bag, maybe there’s a good book. Hungry? Here’s a snack. Of course, too often there’s some key item forgotten, and an afternoon at the beach is interrupted with a run to the...Read More About Myrtle Beach tips: Six items your beach bag needs
The Grand Strand has plenty places at which you can stay, but you are pondering or have picked The Caribbean Resort and Villas. Comprised of four facilities – The Chelsea Villas, The Jamaican Inn, The Dominican and The Cayman Tower – The Caribbean Resort and Villas has a mixture of oceanfront condos, suites and small...Read More About Broadway at the Beach offers around-the-bend fun for guests of the Caribbean Resort & Villas
Representatives of Caribbean Resort & Villas announced that the full-service family destination ...Read More About Resort Welcomes New Additions To Extensive List Of Amenities