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The three bedroom unit was spacious & very comfortable. Coffee in the
morning on the porch overlooking the beach was-very relaxing.
The indoor pool with the tube rides was fun & gave the granddaughter
a place to play when it rained.
The food in the...More
We've been vacationing in the Myrtle Beach area for decades. A friend recommended Island Vista, and we decided to give it a try since our mom is now in a wheelchair. We liked everything about this place and we WILL BE returning. They were very...More
18 of us converged on Island Vista for a family reunion over the 4th of July week. One brother and sister had each stayed here previously. It delivered as promised...flexible rooms (we had two 3 BR units and a 2 BR unit) all on the...More
We are currently staying at the Island Vista resort. We have a large family, so vacations are always difficult to organize and we do loads of reseach before we book. I feel like most of the review are on target, but I wanted to make...More
This place was great! It was very clean, the rooms were decorated beautifully, the staff was very friendly and helpful. The restaurant was a great place to eat. They also had a tiki bar which served food like pizza and chicken. The beach was not...More
" Under South Carolina law, assistance dogs must be allowed in all hotels and other lodging places; all places of public amusement, resort, or accommodation; all common carriers, types of transportation, and public... More
" Under South Carolina law, assistance dogs must be allowed in all hotels and other lodging places; all places of public amusement, resort, or accommodation; all common carriers, types of transportation, and public conveyances (including buses, taxis, trains, boats, and so on); and all places to which the public is invited."
However this does NOT apply to "emotional support" or "therapy" animals. South Caroline defines a service animal as:
"A service animal means an animal that is trained for the purposes of assisting or accommodating the sensory, mental, or physical disability of a disabled person. Under the law, the provision of emotional support, well-being, comfort, or companionship does not constitute the work or tasks of a service animal; and
Whereas, no vest, other marking, or documentation is required for an animal to qualify as a service animal, nor are such vests, markings, or documentation a reliable indication of whether an animal is, by law, a service animal. People sometimes erroneously think that a therapy animal, an emotional support animal, or any animal wearing a vest or having any other type of marking is a service animal as defined by law" (source: SC General Assembly bill H5041)
This resort is located up the beach and in a quieter area. The boardwalk and other activities are within easy driving distance, but unless you really like to hike, too far to walk. If you want to be in the middle of... More
This resort is located up the beach and in a quieter area. The boardwalk and other activities are within easy driving distance, but unless you really like to hike, too far to walk. If you want to be in the middle of everything, then this one is not for you. If you want a quieter place to stay, then stay at it.