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Myrtle Beach
Hospitality Industry

Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Myrtle Beach area.

Myrtle Beach sits in the middle of a 60-mile stretch of land called the Grand Strand, which is loaded with beaches, beach resorts and restaurants, and is one of the new preferred sites amongst college-age people for Spring Break, as well as being relatively more family oriented the rest of the year. Over 100 of the world's best golf courses are here, designed by some of the greatest players. Charter fishing, scuba diving and parasailing also are popular activities.

You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Myrtle Beach area by selecting one of the options shown below.

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· Garden City · Broadway at the Beach
Lodging located south of the City Center including the areas of Pawleys Island, Murrells Inlet, and the beaches of Surfside, Garden City and Litchfield. Lodging options near an abundance of activities awaiting you with hundreds of specialty shops, theaters, restaurants, and nightlife.
· Myrtle Beach North · Myrtle Beach Airport
Lodging located in North Myrtle Beach close to the popular tourist attraction 'Barefoot Landing' which houses over 100 specialty shops, waterfront restaurants, House of Blues, and more. Lodging options near the Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) located about 6 miles southwest of City Center.
· Myrtle Beach Amusement Parks · Downtown Myrtle Beach North
Lodging located near the Myrtle Beach Pavilion and Family Kingdom's Amusement Park and oceanfront Water Park. Lodging options in the northern portion of Myrtle Beach.
· Downtown Myrtle Beach South · Surrounding Communities
Lodging in the southern portion of Myrtle Beach. Lodging options in communities surrounding the Greater Myrtle Beach area, including Florence, Marion, Dillon, Lake City, Mullins and others.

Area Facts: The name of Myrtle Beach comes from a common shrub found in the area called the Wax Myrtle.

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