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This hotel was the best we’ve ever been to in Myrtle Beach. Great views, very clean, well equipped kitchen. All the staff was so nice and accommodating. Front desk even called us as soon as they had parking pass for overflow for my son because...More
We had the best time here. We visited to celebrate my niece and nephews birthdays. The lady at the front desk was very friendly. She got us keys quickly and a brochure of the surrounding sites. The lobby was clean and so was the elevators....More
The hotel lobby is really pretty! The staff was very friendly. The elevators are a little slow but that was ok. The rooms were clean and the air works great. Had a beautiful view of the ocean and the kids' play area. The breakfast buffet...More
My girls and I decided to take a mini vacation to Myrtle Beach. We had an incredible time staying at the Coral Beach Resort & Suites. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful and went out of their way to make us feel right at...More
This was an average resort at best. An older resort. We arrived around 7:00 pm on a Sunday. The restaurant was closed. Beach snack bar was out of everything except hot dogs. Resort has open air hallways - unsafe for small climbing children or adults...More
Response from dmccluskey2017 | Property representative |
Thank you for your question. Yes, you are welcome to bring your personal chairs and umbrella or they may be rented through the Lifeguard located on the beach in front of our Resort. If you choose to bring your own chairs... More
Thank you for your question. Yes, you are welcome to bring your personal chairs and umbrella or they may be rented through the Lifeguard located on the beach in front of our Resort. If you choose to bring your own chairs and umbrella please see the information provided by the City in regard to shading devices permitted. "During summer months, umbrellas up to seven-and-a-half feet in diameter are allowed in line with or behind the established umbrella line, but no other shading devices are permitted. Tents up to 12-by-12 feet square and less than nine feet tall may be used from the day after Labor Day until Memorial Day, behind the umbrella line and 10 feet apart."