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Let the Kiddos Play the Day Away at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Let’s face it — when you are on your much-deserved family vacation, having plenty of activities to keep the kiddos content and happy makes the getaway more enjoyable for everyone. Many guests return to The Breakers Resort year after year because of the nearby attractions and included amenities catering to young children. Here are a few kid-friendly reasons families keep coming back to The Breakers:
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10 Best Burger Spots Near The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

After a fun-filled day of vacationing, guests at The Breakers Resort are looking to chow down. Many are craving a great-tasting burger that can quash the most robust of appetites. Here are our guests’ choices for the 10 best burger spots near The Breakers:
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Top 5 Beachfront Bars Near The Breakers

The best bars in Myrtle Beach may not have walls or a ceiling, but they do offer spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. Whether it's the smell of the salt air, the sound of the crashing waves or the beautiful sight of the beach as a backdrop, there's something about beach bars that makes your drink taste better and lets the good times roll with an atmosphere that indoor bars simply can't duplicate. Guests at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort don't have to look far to find a cold beverage close to the beach. The on-site Rusty Reel Bar & Grill and the tiki bar on the pool deck serve…
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Five Fun Beach Games for the Whole Family

The beach is more than just a relaxing place to spend the day soaking up the sun, sand and surf. With a soft surface and easy access to the ocean, it's also one of the best playgrounds on the planet. In fact, there's a whole line of games that were invented specifically for beach play, as well as some existing sports that have made the transition from dry land to the surf and sand. Here are our five favorite beach games for the whole family:
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Tee It Up for Golf Tournaments on the Grand Strand

Few things can beat a golf trip to the Grand Strand, home to more than 80 championship courses along the Carolina coast. But add some good-natured competition to your Myrtle Beach vacation, and you have a fun-filled way to play golf on the Strand while making new friends and helping worthy causes. Guests at The Breakers Resort can get into plenty of hot action on the links this summer. Here's a list of some of the best golf tournaments in town that are open to the public and fun for all handicaps:
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The Breakers Offers the Best Backyard on the Beachfront

Millions of visitors spend their vacations in Myrtle Beach each year to take advantage of the beautiful beaches, oceanfront pools, aquatic playgrounds, beach bars, live entertainment and family friendly fun. Guests at The Breakers Resort can enjoy all of the above without leaving the best backyard in Myrtle Beach. Located on the longest stretch of oceanfront property in the downtown district, The Breakers offers a great vacation in a resort paradise, a place where you are only an elevator ride away from your luxury accommodations to the best amenities on the beach. Home to more than…
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Cheers and Bottoms Up at the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest

Beer has come a long way in recent years. Once considered the swill of choice for Joe Six-Pack, the beverage has been elevated to wine-like levels when it comes to production, diversity and even snobbery. From the art of the brewing process to the explosion of microbreweries, the buzz over handcrafted beer has created a wide-open market that rivals that of wineries. Featuring more than 20 breweries serving 100-plus unique flavors of beer, the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest has become quite a hit among both local and visiting beer aficionados. The eighth annual edition of the event, scheduled…
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Make the Breakers Your Home for the Carolina Country Music Festival

Just as country music has traditional and contemporary genres, the Breakers Resort in downtown Myrtle Beach also offers a mix of the old and the new. Hosting memorable family vacations for more than 85 years, the Breakers has kept up with the changing times with upgraded facilities, remodeled accommodations and modern amenities to become Myrtle Beach's most popular resort. For those looking to enjoy a weekend of country concerts in style, the Breakers is offering discounted rooms and tickets to the Second Annual Carolina Country Music Festival in downtown Myrtle Beach, about a mile…
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The Five Best Ways to Get Around Town in Myrtle Beach

One of the many great things about staying at The Breakers Resort on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront is the convenient location. With some of the Grand Strand's top attractions, dining and shopping within walking distance of the resort, guests can get around much of the town on their own two feet. Just put one foot in front of the other to stroll to the beach, the Boardwalk or Ocean Boulevard. For the more adventurous types, there are several other great ways to check out the area in true Myrtle Beach style. Whether you want to get some exercise while exploring the Grand Strand or simply…
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Spring Is Time to Play Ball in Myrtle Beach

America's pastime is more like Myrtle Beach's full-time in the spring and summer, with ample opportunities to catch some baseball on the Grand Strand. In addition to the minor-league Myrtle Beach Pelicans, whose stadium is located just a mile down 21st Avenue North from Breakers Resort, the area also boasts major college and youth programs on the diamonds. There's nothing quite like taking family and friends out to the ol' ball game for a night of entertainment. With the on-field action, the mild spring temperatures, the crack of the bat, the taste of cotton candy and cold beer, and…
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Broadway at the Beach Unveils Big Changes for 2016

Broadway at the Beach has been Myrtle Beach's most popular entertainment, shopping, dining and nightlife complex for two decades. There have been a few changes over the years as stores and restaurants come and go, but nothing on the scale of the extreme makeover Broadway at the Beach recently announced with lots of new openings, closings and relocations. Although many of the changes have been speculated for some time, there were a few surprises concerning Broadway's new lineup for 2016. Construction is currently underway in earnest as Broadway hopes to have all the alterations in…
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Take Advantage of Extra Sunshine after Daylight Savings Time

We've all heard the old Daylight Savings Time slogan "Spring forward; fall back," but the Myrtle Beach version has an extra twist: "Spring forward into fun." That's because the additional hour of daylight also means an extra hour of fun in the sun for visitors on the Grand Strand, who can take advantage of the changing clock and longer spring days, to squeeze in more good times during their vacation. This year's clock switch takes place shortly after midnight, Sunday, March 13, which means most of us will be safely tucked in bed when the time magically changes from 2 to 3 a.m. But we…
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Break into Golf During Your Vacation at the Breakers

During a vacation at the Breakers Resort, guests experience one of Myrtle Beach’s historic resorts with the added touch of modern accommodations and full-service amenities. But to delve in to the history of the Breakers and the Grand Strand means experiencing some of the area’s historic and award-winning golf courses. A relaxing Myrtle Beach vacation at the Breakers is synonymous with the peaceful scenery provided by some of the Grand Strand’s best golf courses, just down the street. With the Breakers Resort’s experienced golf managers, you can plan your own golf adventure…
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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day All Week Long in Myrtle Beach

You don't have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, and you don't have to be in Myrtle Beach on the official March 17 date to get in on the festivities. Because St. Patrick's Day falls on a Thursday, the Irish-themed parties are spread out over two weekends so you can get more than your fill of green beer with corned beef and cabbage on the Grand Strand. Guests at the Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort are literally in the middle of all the action, with major celebrations set on the North, Central and South Strand. There are also numerous smaller parties hosted by local bars and…
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Sun & Fun Rewards is Your Ticket To Good Times in Myrtle Beach

The Breakers Resort has been hosting memorable family vacations on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront for nearly 80 years, and the good times just keep getting better at this multi-building property. In addition to offering excellent accommodations, first-class amenities and warm hospitality, the Breakers also goes the extra mile to enhance your vacation experience with our Sun & Fun Rewards program. Offering one free adult admission to some of the top Myrtle Beach attractions, the Sun & Fun Rewards package you receive at check-in is stuffed with free tickets and other discounts that will…
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Big Changes Coming to Broadway at the Beach in 2016

Longtime Myrtle Beach visitors will notice some big-time changes at Broadway at the Beach's Celebrity Square in 2016, beginning with the centerpiece of the popular nightlife district. Hard Rock Cafe, located in the pyramid-shaped building since Broadway at the Beach's opening in 1995, is giving up its prime position to another big name in the entertainment industry. A craft beer and country cooking restaurant are also part of the new lineup for Broadway at the Beach visitors. Although many of the changes have not yet been announced or made official by Broadway at the Beach or the new…
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22nd Annual Quilt Gala Blankets the Grand Strand

The Grand Strand is more commonly associated with beach blankets and towels than traditional Southern quilts. But, perfect for the winter season, the Myrtle Beach area becomes home of the popular Quilt Gala on the last weekend of February. Held Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26-27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., this event attracts a large crowd of quilt-makers and enthusiasts to see these homemade and handmade blankets on display. Much like the Horry County Museum that hosts the 22nd annual event, the Quilt Gala also has a new location and an expanded lineup to bring more folks into the historic fold.
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Five Romantic Things to do with your Valentine in Myrtle Beach

Want to do something special for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? Look no further than Myrtle Beach and the Breakers Resort for the ideal romantic getaway. With excellent accommodations and amenities for couples, Breakers offers a great setting for a Valentine’s weekend retreat. And if you want to do something special to blow your Valentine date away, here are five of our favorite ways to spend the day with the one you love in Myrtle Beach:
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Five New Things to Look for in Myrtle Beach in 2016

Myrtle Beach is constantly changing, with new attractions, events, restaurants and shops arriving on the growing scene every year. But deep down, beyond all the new neon and "Opening Soon" signs, is the same sand, surf and sun you fell in love with long ago. Myrtle Beach is still the fun family beach you grew up visiting, just with a few more bells and whistles. The same can be said of the Breakers Resort, which has been giving its guests a great vacation experience for more than 80 years. Now featuring three buildings on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, the resort has undergone several…
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Beach Ball Classic was Another Winner for Breakers

The record books will show that Montverde (FL) Academy captured the championship of the 35th Annual Beach Ball Classic. But the excitement of the national high school basketball tournament ensured that all involved with the event were winners - from the fans in the stands at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center to the teams and guests staying at the Beakers Resort. Proudly serving as the host resort for the 16 teams from all over the country, the Breakers was also the scene for parents, fans and even college coaches who came to scout some of the top talent in the nation. In addition to…
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Ring in the New Year with Big Savings at Breakers Resort

Where will you be when the big ball drops this New Year's Eve? It's too expensive and crowded to see it live in Time Square, and too boring and depressing to watch it on TV at home. But there is an attractive alternative that features all the fun and festivities of Myrtle Beach at a price too good to spend another New Year's Eve counting down on the couch. Ring in 2016 in grand style at the Breakers Resort in downtown Myrtle Beach, which is close to all the main attractions and New Year's celebrations taking place along the Grand Strand. But one of the biggest parties will be just…
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Finding Santa Claus on the Grand Strand Sand

There's a little known secret about Santa Claus we will let you in on. When he's not micromanaging elves at the toy shop back at the North Pole or making a whirlwind toy delivery trip around the world, Santa likes to chill-lax in Myrtle Beach, especially this time of year when he needs time to unwind before checking that naughty-or-nice list not once, but twice. During your holiday stay at the Breakers, set out and see if you can catch Santa at some of his favorite Myrtle Beach stops:
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Breakers Resort Plays Home Court for Beach Ball Classic

Don't be surprised if you spot a few future NBA superstars at the Breakers Resort during the last week in December. And if you want to watch them play, it's only a couple of blocks away to see all the high-flying hoops action of the Beach Ball Classic. Held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center on Dec. 26-31, the 35th Annual Beach Ball Classic is a holiday tradition in Myrtle Beach. This nationally acclaimed tournament features some of the top high school basketball teams and talent in the country competing for the crown. The six-day showcase involves 16 teams from all over the…
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10 Myrtle Beach Area Restaurants That Are Worth the Drive

Ever have one of those meals where you would drive across the country just to try one little taste? You even plan special trips to that side of town or to somewhere out in the middle of nowhere for a sample of the cuisine you can't find anywhere else. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch from the North Carolina border to the South Carolina Lowcountry, is filled with these hidden treasures. Myrtle Beach and Breakers Resort sit in the middle of the outer reaches, so you only need about 30 minutes behind the wheel to find these sweet spots, and your taste buds will believe it was well…
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Five Great Myrtle Beach-Themed Gift Ideas for the Holidays

Santa Claus' home address may be the North Pole but the world traveler likes to make some long layovers in Myrtle Beach to rest up and recover from his big night. So don't be surprised to see the jolly ol' elf himself around his winter home at the Breakers Resort, maybe chilling out while thawing out in the indoor hot tub or satisfying his sweet tooth at the on-site Starbucks or Ben & Jerry's. Santa has also been known to pick up a gift or 2 million to supplement his stash in the sleigh, and what better way to cheer folks up than a present from America's (and Santa's) favorite family…
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Start Planning Your Myrtle Beach Spring and Summer Vacation Early

With all the hustle and bustle of work, school, and just life in general, it may be tough to spend your time and attention on planning your 2016 spring and summer vacations. But for those who are prone to procrastination, getting a jump on your future plans may be the smartest move you can make. Staying at a prime location like the Breakers Resort on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront is in high demand for savvy visitors so it's important to start planning your perfect vacation in advance. Here is our top-five list of reasons to reserve your room at the Breakers early and get ready for a…
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Myrtle Beach Offers Hot Fun in the Wintertime

Everyone knows about all the hot fun in the summertime in Myrtle Beach, and an increasing number of visitors are discovering that the good times don't stop just because the calendar and thermometer say that winter has arrived. In fact, the cooler temperatures and smaller crowds are exactly what some snowbirds are looking for in a winter retreat. And what better place to stay and play than at the Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach's downtown oceanfront district? In addition to the modern and comfortable accommodations and on-site amenities that include indoor aquatic facilities,…
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Myrtle Beach Offers Lots of Christmas Cheer This Time of Year

Myrtle Beach is better known as a summer playground than a winter wonderland, but longtime visitors know another side of the Grand Strand – one filled with holiday-themed events, festivals and shows. Guests at Breakers Resort can enjoy a wide selection of Christmas activities. Here are some of the Grand Strand's holiday highlights:
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Myrtle Beach Takes Center Stage for Dance and Cheerleading Competitions

There was a time not too long ago when cheerleaders stayed on the sidelines and dance teams were only for halftime shows. Those days are happily in the past now that cheer and dance have been widely accepted as sanctioned sports, and they have exploded in popularity in recent years thanks to national TV exposure and competitions. The two sports have spread like a human wave across the country and beyond, making them among the top five activities for young girls. With more than 3 million cheerleaders in the United States and about half as many dancers participating in group events,…
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Top 5 Ways to Work off Thanksgiving Dinner in Myrtle Beach

More and more vacationers are discovering the Grand Strand as a great place to spend the Thanksgiving holidays, and why not? Instead of another day of food and football in front of the same dinner table and TV, guests are opting for a long weekend in the lap of luxury in Myrtle Beach at the Breakers Resort, and a trouble-free Thanksgiving dinner at a local restaurant. Forget about the cooking and cleaning and relax in your renovated room in front of the flat-screen TV. Kick back on a comfortable bed and fall asleep watching football from the effects of a Thanksgiving feast of turkey…
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Myrtle Beach Open for Business Following South Carolina Flooding

Many areas in the state of South Carolina are still drying out in the wake of the record rainfall and flooding, but the Breakers Resort and the city of Myrtle Beach are open for business and ready to host your autumn beach getaway. The Grand Strand escaped much of the major flooding in South Carolina that devastated some areas of the state. Only days after parts of the Palmetto State experienced as much as 2 feet of rain in the first week of October, Myrtle Beach was high and dry, and ready to do what it does best. "We are fortunate our beaches are up and running and ready for…
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Great Danes and Good Times Coming to Dog Show in Myrtle Beach

The city of Myrtle Beach is ready to go to the dogs for the week of Oct. 25-31 for the Great Dane Club of America's annual meeting and convention at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Hundreds of the jumbo-sized dogs and their proud owners will converge on the town to share their passion for the popular dog breed. Held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, the event is only two blocks away from the pet-friendly Breakers Resort on the downtown oceanfront. Convention guests can find great accommodations for their dogs and themselves at the spacious Breakers Resort, including easy…
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Top 5 Places to Watch Football in Myrtle Beach

If baseball is America's pastime, then football is America's full-time. Millions of fans flock to the stadiums and tailgate parties to catch all the hard-hitting action and root for the home team, but that can be tough to do when you are away on vacation. But not in Myrtle Beach, where there are plenty of great sports bars, many of them close to Breakers Resort, to let you take a timeout from your vacation to watch the big game. Whether you prefer college football or the NFL, you can see them all at these five sports hot spots on the Grand Strand:
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Hit the Ground Running at Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon

See the city of Myrtle Beach like you've never seen it before, and get a little exercise while you're at it, at the 2015 Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon. The sixth annual road race and event are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 17-18, for two days of fun, fitness and foot traffic through the sealed-off streets of Myrtle Beach, and staying at the Breakers Resort puts you in the middle of all the action. Featuring a 13.1-mile course that weaves through some of the Sun Fun Capital's most popular attractions, the Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon welcomes thousands of runners and their…
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Breakers Welcomes Ben & Jerry’s to Resort’s Long List of Amenities

Breakers Resort, the first name in Myrtle Beach vacations, has teamed up with the two biggest names in the ice cream business, Ben & Jerry’s, and the two entities have a lot more in common than the new venture that brings one of America’s most popular franchises to one of the best resorts in America’s most popular family vacation destination. The international ice cream chain is the latest additions to the Breakers Resort property in downtown Myrtle Beach. Located on the resort premises at the corner of Ocean Boulevard and 21st Avenue North, the world famous, American-born and…
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Breakers Resort Offers New GuestExpress App

Breakers Resort has been offering relaxing Myrtle Beach vacations to its guests for more than 75 years. Now the experience just got easier with the new GuestExpress App, the latest technology to make your stay even better. Created by the Myrtle Beach-based company Fuel, a leader in the travel, tourism and technology industries, GuestExpress provides visitors with a simple and effective program that can be downloaded on your mobile phone or computer. Your device becomes your key to enjoying all the great things the Breakers has to offer. With the touch of a button, Breakers guests gain…
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Five Ways to Save Money on Your Fall Myrtle Beach Vacation

The leaves and the temperatures aren't the only things that drop in the fall. In Myrtle Beach, so do the crowds and, more importantly, the prices. The offseason presents a wealth of saving opportunities for savvy visitors looking for a fun and affordable fall getaway. All money talk aside, the autumn is the ideal time to vacation in Myrtle Beach. The humidity breaks to provide warm and sunny days and cool and comfortable nights, and the lower numbers create a more-laid back environment than the hectic summer season. But throw in the fact that you can vacation for fractions of what you…
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Breakers is the Place to be for Fall Festivals in Myrtle Beach

If you have only vacationed in Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are missing out. Although the summertime is the peak tourist season for fun in the surf, sand and sun, the autumn is prime time for festivals on the Grand Strand, and the Breakers Resort is your headquarters for hitting all the hot spots during the fall festival season. It all kicks off Labor Day weekend, and guests at the Breakers are within 1 mile of two of the biggest events in town.
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Have a Splashing Good Time at Myrtle Beach Waterparks

Guests at the Breakers Resort can be forgiven if they opt not to visit a waterpark. After all, you only need to take a few steps outside your door to find all kinds of aquatic attractions, like the Pirate Ship kiddie pool and playground, the 418-foot lazy river and indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Oh yeah, did we mention the Atlantic Ocean? But for those who can't seem to get enough of the wet stuff, Myrtle Beach is home to several waterparks that offer plenty of thrills and chills. But you had better act fast because they all turn off their faucets after Labor Day weekend. With…
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Top 5 Reasons to Stay at the Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach

For more than 75 years the Breakers have been welcoming vacationers to the Myrtle Beach oceanfront with open arms and true Southern hospitality. Over the years the Breakers has constantly updated its facilities and expanded its original property to keep generations of guests coming back year after year. If that's not enough to convince you to stay and play at the Breakers, here are our top five reasons to make it your next vacation home:
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The Breakers: Good Food and Fun Amenities

The Breakers Resort boasts some of the best amenities on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, but two new and recently upgraded attractions have taken things at the resort to the next level. The new Rusty Reel Bar & Grill opened the summer on the ground floor of the Palmetto Tower, while the expanded Pirates Cove aquatic playground is even more fun than ever before. Welcoming families to the Myrtle Beach oceanfront for nearly 75 years, The Breakers continues to update its amenities and facilities to provide the best possible vacation destination for its guests. That philosophy is reflected in…
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Top 6 Myrtle Beach Seafood Buffets

The Grand Strand is literally swimming in seafood. Take a few steps into the surf and you are standing in the same body of water as your dinner if you visit one of the many local seafood restaurants. And what better way to fill up than one of the many buffets? Myrtle Beach has so many seafood smorgasbords to choose from that you could eat all you an eat every night of the week and still not scratch the surface. But since you have a limited amount of time (and a limit on how much seafood you can hold), here's our list of the top six seafood buffets. Why top six instead of top five?…
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Five Best Beachwear Ideas for Your Myrtle Beach Vacation

You are packed and ready for your Myrtle Beach vacation – except for your beachwear. There are a few items you need to pick up before you are truly beach ready, but some of the items might be harder to find at more inland areas. Of course, Myrtle Beach is filled with beachwear stores, surf shops and swimsuit boutiques, so you might want to wait until you arrive before checking off the rest of your list. In addition to the bargain beachwear stores you will find on virtually every corner, there are popular places like the Gay Dolphin Gift Cove, Tsunami Surf Shop, and Tiki Jim’s,…
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Don’t Forget to Pack These Items for Your Myrtle Beach Vacation

Packing for your Myrtle Beach vacation? Add some of these oft-forgotten items to your check list:
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Top 5 Beach Games for Myrtle Beach

You really don't have to play games to have a good time on the beach. Between the sand, surf and sun, there's plenty of fun to be had without turning it into a contest. By yourself? Bring a book or fly a kite. Got friends? Toss around the pigskin or a Frisbee. But there's something about the beach that brings out the competitive spirit among family, friends and even complete strangers who become quick friends over a good-natured game. Here are five great ways to enjoy a little friendly competition on the beach:
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Saddle up to go Horseback Riding on the Grand Strand

If you've ever read a romance novel or seen this classic scene on the silver screen, you've probably fantasized about riding a horse on the beach. It truly is a unique experience to gallop on the sand and through the surf from atop a beautiful steed. However, the city of Myrtle Beach and surrounding municipalities have laws against horseback riding on the beach for most of the year. After all, no one wants to trample an unsuspecting tourist. The sport is limited to the winter months (November through February in Myrtle Beach and Horry County) when there's plenty of room to ride a…
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Top Four Places to Take Cooking Classes in Myrtle Beach

Part of the joy of vacation is letting others cook for you for a change at the more than 1,700 restaurants on the Grand Strand. But if cooking is your idea of fun, Myrtle Beach has that too. From fun cooking programs designed specifically for kids to serious culinary arts programs for adults, Myrtle Beach has a wide range of classes available for foodies. Check out these locations for cooking classes:
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Top 5 Family Friendly Nighttime Activities in Myrtle Beach

Finding something fun to do in Myrtle Beach during the daylight hours doesn’t require a lot of thought. Breakers Resort’s guests can simply stroll to the beach or the hotel pool, play a round of golf, or hit the waterpark or any number of local attractions. Your options are just as varied after the sun goes down, if you know where to go. Here are five fun ways for families to spend a hot summer night in Myrtle Beach:
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Last Minute Info on Carolina Country Music Festival

The inaugural Carolina Country Music Festival is all plugged in and ready for sound check as the city of Myrtle Beach and concert officials are putting the finishing touches on the June 4-7 downtown festival. Four days of live music from more than 35 big-name country music stars, more than 20,000 fans expected to attend the event in the downtown district, and the effort to transform the former Myrtle Beach Pavilion amusement park site into a major concert venue are among the many challenges that are coming together at the last minute. So are some important details that concert-goers…
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Carolina Opry has Proud History of Entertaining Myrtle Beach

As a country music performer, Calvin Gilmore was a popular member of the Grand Ole Opry. But when he came to Myrtle Beach in the 1980s, he brought an authentic slice of the Nashville showcase with him. After opening and playing various venues on the Grand Strand, Gilmore eventually opened the Carolina Opry in Myrtle Beach. The largest country music venue on the East Coast attracts fans from all over the world to experience top-notch entertainment in America’s No. 1 family vacation destination. Gilmore opened the original Carolina Opry in Surfside Beach and delighted fans with an…
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Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach

Pizza, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. New Yorkers swear by thin crust, Chicagoans love deep dish, and sophisticated pallets prefer the new lines of specialty pies that are like a meal on top of a crust. Whichever way you want your pizza, Myrtle Beach is filled with options. Although there seems to be a pizza parlor on every corner, this list has narrowed your choices down to a handful of outstanding pies:
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Top 5 Shops on Ocean Boulevard

“The Strip,” as Ocean Boulevard in downtown Myrtle Beach is commonly called, is famous for its oceanfront restaurants and beach bars and neon-lit attractions. But sprinkled in between are some of the Grand Strand’s most unique shopping opportunities. From the basic beachwear stores to one-of-a-kind novelty shops, here are five places you don’t want to skip when you’re on The Strip:
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Driving Tips and Tricks for Getting Around Myrtle Beach

Driving in a strange town can be scary, especially in a bustling tourist destination like Myrtle Beach. Not only are you unfamiliar with the roads, but neither are many of the drivers around you. Factor in the gawkers behind the wheel who are rubber-necking to catch a glimpse of all the wacky attractions and you've got a recipe for disaster, or at least for spending your vacation behind the wheel. It's best to follow these driving tips for getting around the Strand:
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WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach

Myrtle Beach is filled with attractions that offer mindless fun. After all, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to slip down a waterslide or rocket down a roller coaster. But there is one attraction that offers some educational value to go with the good times – WonderWorks at Broadway at the Beach.
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Five Beach Toys to Keep the Kids Entertained

Even on a Myrtle Beach vacation, it’s not enough just to take kids to the beach any more. The millennial generation needs to be entertained or they are quick to escape back into their cell phones and video games for amusement. But there are several toys and games you can invest a few bucks in to keep them engaged and active on the beach. Not the cheap plastic toys from the bargain beachwear stores that the little ones break almost as soon as they open them. Here are five high-quality toys and games that will keep your little ones (and even the big ones in your party).
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Six Places to Grab a Bite at Breakers Resort

There are many reasons to spend your vacation at Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach, but one of them is the abundance of on-site dining opportunities. There's no reason to go out for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks or treats when you can find it all just steps away from your room on the Breakers' lobby or property. In fact, guests could spend the entire week without leaving the premises and still eat like kings. The availability of food and beverage, in addition to all the great amenities at the Breakers, make it possible to have a complete vacation experience without the hassle of…
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Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April

Springtime marks the start of the festival season on the Grand Strand, and this year is no different. From free concerts and fireworks shows to several arts and crafts events highlight the Myrtle Beach social calendar this spring. Here’s a list of some of the many fun events this month:
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Myrtle Beach Offers Wide Variety of Fishing Options

Myrtle Beach may be famous for golf, but fishing may be its best-kept sports secret. Folks know about the fresh seafood in the restaurants and the fishing boats that bring it to shore, but few consider the fun and exciting alternative of catching your own buffet. From the deeper waters far off the coast to the inland streams and rivers, the Grand Strand offers lots of ways to wet a line:
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Where You Can and Can’t Take Fido in Myrtle Beach

If you think Myrtle Beach's animal laws are confusing, just imagine how your dog must feel. Our four-legged friends don't understand terms like "custody" and "jurisdiction"; they just want to run and play on the beach and have a good time with their owners. It's up to the humans to understand where your dog can and cannot go, and when they can go there. Understanding the laws in the area you are visiting depends on where and when you are staying. The laws can vary greatly from town to town, even from block to block. Guests at the Breakers Resort are within the city limits of Myrtle…
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Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Myrtle Beach boasts more to see and do than anyone could cover during one spring break. Between the beach, golf courses, shops and restaurants, there’s no problem keeping busy. But for those looking for a little something different, somewhere you won’t get lost in the crowds, check out this list of five places that are perfect for a spring break excursion:
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Myrtle Beach Segway Offers Tours, Rentals

The easiest way to get around the Grand Strand also happens to be the most fun. Myrtle Beach Segway, the only place in town to ride these personal transportation devices, provides Segway rentals and tours for visitors looking for a unique way to spend a day. For those unfamiliar with the Segway, it's a two-wheeled electric vehicle that allows riders to stand and glide their way around town. In addition to offering training with every rental, Myrtle Beach Segway also offers tours and excursions to make riding even more enjoyable. See the Strand on one of these state-of-the-art,…
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Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach

Hold on to your cowboy hats … the big one is coming. Country music fans in Myrtle Beach and beyond have good reason to click their booted heels, as the inaugural Carolina Country Music Fest is coming HERE, to Myrtle Beach, June 5-7. The three-day Myrtle Beach festival on the beach will feature Eric Church, Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Big & Rich and more. Yes, more. Who could possibly add to that? Oh, you’ll see soon enough. New acts, over 30 in total, will be announced weekly. Just picture it: toes in the sand, wind in your hair, and the sounds of your own cheers along with…
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Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

There's a big difference between coming down with spring fever and March Madness, although it is possible to catch a bad cases of both at the same time. For basketball fans, getting their warm-weather fix in Myrtle Beach during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's a double dose of hoops and heat. So what's a hot-blooded hoops fan to do during this sacred month of March, miss out on the action on the court or the action on the beach? For guests at The Breakers, you don't have to choose between the two. Here's a list of the top five places to catch the game after you soak up some sun:
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Five Signs that Spring is Around the Corner in Myrtle Beach

Science calls it the “vernal equinox,” but you don’t have to be a climatologist to know when it’s almost springtime. That’s especially true of Myrtle Beach, where blooming flowers and neon lights create a colorful combination for visitors to enjoy. From the natural beauty of the Carolina coastline to the manmade wonders of attractions, restaurants and shopping centers, everything seems to spring to life in Myrtle Beach during the same magical months of March, April and May. The calendar and thermometer work in concert with the various activities in town. Here are five…
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Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks

Myrtle Beach is popular for its many manmade attractions, such as thrill parks, restaurants and shopping centers, but the natural beauty of the Grand Strand is its best kept secret. The South Carolina coastal region, known for its sandy beaches, tidal creeks and salt marshes, is one of the most scenic in the United States, and is perfectly preserved at two local state parks. Myrtle Beach State Park is located on the southernmost end of the Myrtle Beach city limits and offers 312 acres of pristine maritime forest. The land was donated by the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and…
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Catch a Concert at House of Blues in 2015

The House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach opened in 1997 at Barefoot Landing, and the Grand Strand music scene has never been the same. The lack of a viable, mid-sized concert venue cost the Myrtle Beach music scene as touring acts frequently bypasses our corner of the South Carolina coast. But the House of Blues changed all that. The main concert hall, which holds more than 2,000 spectators, began booking major musical acts to its stage, and locals and visitors hungry for live shows responded in kind, packing the venue for all kinds of shows over the year. 2015 is no different. The…
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Tips for Planning your Summer Beach Wedding at The Breakers

A beach wedding is more than a grand romantic gesture; it's also a smart decision for couples who want someone else to take care of all the details so they can enjoy their special day. At The Breakers Resort, making dream weddings come true is what we do. Located on the oceanfront in downtown Myrtle Beach, The Breakers offers first-class wedding services and facilities, as well as an experienced and knowledgeable staff to accommodate the happy couple and their entire wedding party for the special occasion. Featuring a scenic oceanfront lawn area for outdoor weddings and a beautiful…
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Breakers Resort Hosts 18th Annual Myrtle Beach Marathon

The Breakers Resort caters to visitors who are looking for a wonderful place on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront to relax. But once each winter The Breakers also welcomes folks who are on the go – for 26.2 miles, in fact. The Breakers will serve as a host hotel for the 18th Annual MyrtleBeach.com on Feb. 14, giving hundreds of runners a comfortable place to rest their heads – and legs – after completing the long course that winds through the streets of Myrtle Beach. Not only will special Myrtle Beach Marathon functions ne held at the resort, but guests can look forward to resting and…
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Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach

Super Bowl XLIX is right around the corner, and so are some of the Grand Strand’s best sports bars for guests at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach. Sure, you can watch the game in the privacy and comfort of your oceanfront nest, but the Super Bowl is more than a game; it’s a social event. For those who prefer to get out and about for the big game, here’s a list of five can’t-miss sports bars in the Myrtle Beach area where you can celebrate (or drown your sorrows, depending on the outcome) with fellow fans.
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Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach

Give a child a gift, watch him play with the empty box. But showing a kid a good time and letting them spend their own holiday cash is something special, and something memorable. Here are five places where you can take the kids for a little holiday fun:
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Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand

Myrtle Beach’s spring golf season tees off a little bit sooner and is a whole lot sweeter in 2015 with the addition of the inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic. The three-day, 54-hole tournament will bring 200 golfers to six of the area's top courses to tee off the upcoming spring golf season with fun and friendly competition. The Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic will feature three days of golf under different rules formats, meals and parties for all tournament participants, and gifts, contests, drawings and giveaways. Most of all, the tourney will provide lots of good camaraderie…
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Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

When most people think of Myrtle Beach, summer springs to mind, and for good reason. Myrtle Beach is known as the Sun Fun Capital for all its summertime activities, like amusement park rides, water park slides, surfing the waves and relaxing on the beach. But if you've only visited Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are only getting part of the big picture. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch of coast that surrounds Myrtle Beach, is a year-round destination with lots going on in the "offseason." Many of the 14 million annual visitors to the area do so in the spring, fall and winter.
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Experience the Great Outdoors Indoors at Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo

Perhaps no other event in the Myrtle Beach area is as underrated and more modestly named than the Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo. Yes, there are boats, and lots of them. And, of course, there are lots of sportsmen on hand to check out the latest in outdoor sports.But this 31st annual event, held Jan. 9-11 in the main ballroom of the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, has so much more than the name indicates. Featuring a wide selection of fishing, hunting and other recreational-sports related gear and gadgets, the Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo is the ultimate place to…
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Frequently Asked Questions at The Breakers Resort

Come read up on some frequently asked questions regarding our resort policies, procedures, and offerings.
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Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach

You’re treating yourself to a brief Christmas break in Myrtle Beach, but there’s no time for fun and games. This visit is all about holiday shopping for others and finding the best ideas and gifts for the loved ones on your list. The Grand Strand has you covered no matter how many or how hard the people on your shopping list are to satisfy, you will find everything you are looking for and more at the shops and stores of Myrtle Beach. And not only can you pick up gifts, you can also get into the holiday spirit at these hot spots. Here are five places to purchase all your holiday…
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Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner at Breakers’ Papa’s Restaurant

What's the only thing better than going home for a Thanksgiving dinner at Mama's? How about a trip to the beach for a holiday feast at Papa's Restaurant in Myrtle Beach? The Breakers Resort's on-site restaurant will host its annual Thanksgiving Holiday Buffet on Thursday, giving guests the perfect excuse to use the occasion for a beach trip. Skip out on the cooking and cleaning and let Papa's handle all the details while you chow down on an all-you-can-eat feast and head back to your room for a nice nap.
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Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

The most important meal of the day also happens to be the most plentiful on the Grand Strand, where pancake houses and country cooking restaurants serve up hearty servings of breakfast every morning. Whether you’re hitting the golf course or the beach or planning a full day of shopping, there are plenty of places to fuel up before you start your day with a tasty breakfast. Here is a list of seven places to get a delicious first-meal every day of the week:
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Enjoy a Catered Holiday Feast at The Breakers Resort

Guests spending the holidays at The Breakers Resort have plenty of options for a traditional family feast without leaving the property. From the on-site restaurant to catering services and take-out dinners and nearby eateries that stay open for the holidays, the choices for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners are as plentiful as the dishes at your table. Here's a list of options for finding the perfect holiday feast for your party:
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Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand

No one wants to spend Thanksgiving working over a hot stove and rattling pots and pans, especially while vacationing. Never fear, at least not with all of the Myrtle Beach restaurants serving traditional holiday meals to celebrate the special occasion. Whether you are looking for a large family feast of the traditional turkey with all the trimmings or a more unique approach to Thanksgiving dinner with fresh local seafood and a Lowcountry twist, the Grand Strand has a wide selection of restaurants all tastes and price ranges. Reservations are strongly encouraged and required at some of…
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Ledford Family Discovers Vacation Magic at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach

Forgive Jenny Ledford if she hasn't taken a vacation in a long time. With three daughters involved in school, sports and other activities, she has more pressing matters to attend to. But that's part of what made her recent visit to Myrtle Beach even more special. Not only is it the first time she has been on "a real vacation" in years, it was also her first chance to see the ocean."We're softball parents, so the only travel we've been able to do is to different tournaments," said Ledford, who hails from Ohio. "My mother-in-law said she would like for us to go, and we were so excited.…
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Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach

It can't be all fun in the sun during your Myrtle Beach vacation. After all, the sun is down for half the day, and rainy, cloudy or way-too-humid weather can put a stop to outdoor activities. Those are the times to go catch a flick on one of the many movie theaters on the Grand Strand. Featuring all the latest releases plus more popular, second-run films, this top five list of Myrtle Beach movie theaters has what you're looking for. Whether it's a daytime matinee or a late-night showing, you can relax, snack on some popcorn and take in the box-office favorites at one of these locations:
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Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play

Imagine playing the Grand Strand's best courses - all in one week. Here's your chance with the inaugural Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, and upstart tournament that will be held at eight of the top-rated layouts among the more than 100 golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area. Scheduled for November 17-20, the Myrtle Beach Fall Classic allows golfers to take their best shots the Grand Strand's best courses for a $325 entry fee, which includes four rounds of golf, two post-round functions with food and drink and a gift bag loaded with Myrtle Beach golf apparel and memorabilia.
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Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand

Most people come to Myrtle Beach to have fun, not to be frightened, but the two emotions come together in October with a trick-or-treat bag full of festivals and special events. Here are the top 10 ways to celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand:
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Breakers Opens Doors to Top Tournament Basketball Teams

Future stars of the NBA and WNBA will be playing in Myrtle Beach and staying at The Breakers Resort for two of the elite high school basketball tournaments in the country. The 17th annual CresCom Bank Holiday Invitational (Dec. 17-22) and the 31st annual Beach Ball Classic (Dec. 26-31) will be held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center over the holidays, attracting some of the nation's top teams and players from 15 different states. This year, the hundreds of players, coaches, fans, and scouts will be staying at The Breakers Resort, the new official headquarters for the tournaments.…
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Top 5 Places to Watch College Football in Myrtle Beach

College football is king in the South, and the Grand Strand is no different. In fact, maybe even more so since so many visitors and transplants come to Myrtle Beach and bring their allegiances with them. That creates some good-natured debates among fans from rival schools and conferences, especially on game days. But what fun is it to watch alone in your hotel room when you can catch the game with fellow fans and future friends. Find folks wearing the same-colored jersey so you can have someone to high-five when you’re winning and console when you’re losing. Either way, there are…
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Breakers Resort Going Pet-Friendly in Myrtle Beach

Good news for pet lovers and their furry, four-legged friends: Beginning Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, the oceanfront Breakers Resort Myrtle Beach will open its doors to pets. The Breakers' new pet-friendly policy will allow guests staying in the Seaside building to bring up to two pets, cats or dogs weighing less than 40 pounds only, per room. A $25 per day non-refundable pet fee will be charged.
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Myrtle Beach From A to Z

We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
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The Breakers Makes Weddings Memorable for Happy Couples

During a Grand Strand vacation two years ago, Todd Baker proposed to Sarah Blencowe and the two decided it was only fitting that they get married in Myrtle Beach. Romantic? Yes. But for mother Nancy Blencowe, who was charged with organizing the affair from her home in New York, the pressure to produce a perfect wedding seemed overwhelming ... until she found The Breakers Resort. Last Saturday, the event went off without a hitc
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Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway

The neon lights and high-rise hotels of Myrtle Beach is only 15 miles away from the peaceful, riverfront town of Conway, SC, but the contrast in scenery makes it seem like it’s a world away. Far removed from the attractions and tourism-related businesses of the Grand Strand, Conway is a small Southern town of 18,000 that is rich in history and Southern charm. Located on the banks of the Waccamaw River, the city was originally established as the village of Kingston back in 1732 and grew into a major economic hub in the 19th century due to trade and commerce via the river and railway…
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Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach has championship golf course, first-class restaurants and award-winning theaters for adults, and roller coasters, thrill rides and water slides for the teens and tweens. But what about the little ones, who aren’t quite tall enough to board the rides and are still too young to old enough to enjoy dinner and a show? Never fear; Myrtle Beach has lots of fun things to see and do for young children beyond the beach and hotel kiddie pool. Here are five fun and safe attractions to keep the little ones entertained.
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Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach

If you’re looking for that one of a kind item you can’t find anywhere else, or if you just have an eye for art and an appreciation for craftsmanship, the Myrtle Beach Convention Center is the place to be Aug. 1-3. The 31st Annual Craftsman’s Classic Arts & Crafts Show returns to the main showroom at the Convention Center for one of the top events in the Southeast. Owned and operated by Gilmore Enterprises in North Carolina, this regional tour circuit brings works by some of the top artists in their fields, many of whom are on hand to demonstrate their craftwork and provide…
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Taking a Pub-Crawl Around The Breakers Resort

Guests at The Breakers Resort on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront are quick to learn that there's no better place for a frozen drink and a cold beer than the Red Parrot Oceanfront Bar & Grill. But some may not be aware that they are staying near one of the best stretches of bars in Myrtle Beach. From chilling on the beach to catching your favorite sports teams in action, guests at The Breakers is within walking distance of watering holes where you can quench your thirst. Here are three hot spots in the neighborhood you should hit on your pub crawl.
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Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom

There’s only one place Myrtle Beach visitors can experience breath-taking thrills and wild-water chills in one place, and that’s the Family Kingdom Amusement Park and Waterpark. Located in the heart of the downtown district on Ocean Boulevard, Family Kingdom offers two parks in one. The 13-acre Family Kingdom amusement park, the only oceanfront amusement park in Myrtle Beach, is just across the street from Splashes, the only oceanfront waterpark in Myrtle Beach.
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Taking a Sushi Break at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Spending the day at the beach can make a body hungry, especially for some of the goodies that come fresh from the sea. Of course, it’s a lot easier to go to a sushi restaurant than to try to catch dinner yourself, and there are many excellent choices nearby The Breakers. Here are three places for guests at our Myrtle Beach resort to get their sushi fix.
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Breakers Resort and Beyond

Located at the junction of 21st Avenue North and Ocean Boulevard in downtown Myrtle Beach, The Breakers Resort is ideally situated for guests looking to venture off the property. Close enough to walk, hike or bike to many of Myrtle Beach’s top attractions, The Breakers Resort give guests the best of both worlds – outstanding accommodations and amenities on-site and great dining, shopping and attractions just beyond your front door. Here are some popular spots in the neighborhood.
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Six tips for protecting your kids from the sun in Myrtle Beach

Too much of a good thing can be bad. Such is the case for summer fun in the Myrtle Beach sun. Summertime is upon us, and that means painful sunburns and peeling skin ... but it doesn't have to. Not only is the sun closer and stronger during the summer months, but being around the water, whether in the ocean or the hotel pool, reflects and intensifies the more harmful rays. Protecting yourself and your children from the sun without sounding like the fun police can be a bit of a trick, but not if you follow these simple tips to a great but safe family summer in Myrtle Beach.
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Breakers Resort Overview

For more than 80 years the Breakers Resort has been helping guests make Myrtle Beach vacation memories, and now the resort is even bigger and better than ever. Occupying three buildings on Ocean Boulevard in the downtown district, the Breakers Resort Myrtle Beach has recently completed a series of renovations to improve both the accommodations and the amenities on the property. The Boutique North Tower, Palms Tower and Paradise Tower feature luxurious units ranging from one-bedroom efficiencies to three-bedroom suites.
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New Renovations Are a Warm Welcome for Breakers Resort Guests

Visitors have been enjoying their summer vacations at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach for more than 80 years, and this summer promises to be the best one yet. That's because in addition to the same great accommodations, amenities, friendly service and Southern hospitality, The Breakers is unveiling the results of its offseason renovations project that will make the resort even more relaxing and family-friendly than ever in 2014.
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The Breakers Resort: Where Myrtle Beach History Meets Fun

Different accountings of Myrtle Beach history disagree on exactly when The Breakers first opened its doors to visitors to Myrtle Beach. Some documents say the original building was built in 1927, but a March 1974 copy of Along the Coast Vacationer’s Guide includes quotes from the original proprietor, Mrs. T.S. Means, who said The Breakers was first opened as a guesthouse in 1931.
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Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market

One of the best ways to get to know a spot like Myrtle Beach is through its food. And when that food is the freshest organic produce and delicious meats and dairy, we know we’re in for something special. Myrtle Beach’s weekly Ovis Hill Farmers Market has for the last 12 years been offering residents and visitors alike the pick of the south, which is why we pick it when we want the very best of the season.
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Let the Kiddos Play the Day Away at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Let’s face it — when you are on your much-deserved family vacation, having plenty of activities to keep the kiddos content and happy makes the getaway more enjoyable for everyone. Many guests return to The Breakers Resort year after year because of the nearby attractions and included amenities catering to young children. Here are a few kid-friendly reasons families keep coming back to The Breakers:
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Let the Kiddos Play the Day Away at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

10 Best Burger Spots Near The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

After a fun-filled day of vacationing, guests at The Breakers Resort are looking to chow down. Many are craving a great-tasting burger that can quash the most robust of appetites. Here are our guests’ choices for the 10 best burger spots near The Breakers:
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10 Best Burger Spots Near The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Top 5 Beachfront Bars Near The Breakers

The best bars in Myrtle Beach may not have walls or a ceiling, but they do offer spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. Whether it's the smell of the salt air, the sound of the crashing waves or the beautiful sight of the beach as a backdrop, there's something about beach bars that makes your drink taste better and lets the good times roll with an atmosphere that indoor bars simply can't duplicate. Guests at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort don't have to look far to find a cold beverage close to the beach. The on-site Rusty Reel Bar & Grill and the tiki bar on the pool deck serve…
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Top 5 Beachfront Bars Near The Breakers

Five Fun Beach Games for the Whole Family

The beach is more than just a relaxing place to spend the day soaking up the sun, sand and surf. With a soft surface and easy access to the ocean, it's also one of the best playgrounds on the planet. In fact, there's a whole line of games that were invented specifically for beach play, as well as some existing sports that have made the transition from dry land to the surf and sand. Here are our five favorite beach games for the whole family:
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Five Fun Beach Games for the Whole Family

Tee It Up for Golf Tournaments on the Grand Strand

Few things can beat a golf trip to the Grand Strand, home to more than 80 championship courses along the Carolina coast. But add some good-natured competition to your Myrtle Beach vacation, and you have a fun-filled way to play golf on the Strand while making new friends and helping worthy causes. Guests at The Breakers Resort can get into plenty of hot action on the links this summer. Here's a list of some of the best golf tournaments in town that are open to the public and fun for all handicaps:
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Tee It Up for Golf Tournaments on the Grand Strand

The Breakers Offers the Best Backyard on the Beachfront

Millions of visitors spend their vacations in Myrtle Beach each year to take advantage of the beautiful beaches, oceanfront pools, aquatic playgrounds, beach bars, live entertainment and family friendly fun. Guests at The Breakers Resort can enjoy all of the above without leaving the best backyard in Myrtle Beach. Located on the longest stretch of oceanfront property in the downtown district, The Breakers offers a great vacation in a resort paradise, a place where you are only an elevator ride away from your luxury accommodations to the best amenities on the beach. Home to more than…
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The Breakers Offers the Best Backyard on the Beachfront

Cheers and Bottoms Up at the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest

Beer has come a long way in recent years. Once considered the swill of choice for Joe Six-Pack, the beverage has been elevated to wine-like levels when it comes to production, diversity and even snobbery. From the art of the brewing process to the explosion of microbreweries, the buzz over handcrafted beer has created a wide-open market that rivals that of wineries. Featuring more than 20 breweries serving 100-plus unique flavors of beer, the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest has become quite a hit among both local and visiting beer aficionados. The eighth annual edition of the event, scheduled…
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Cheers and Bottoms Up at the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest

Make the Breakers Your Home for the Carolina Country Music Festival

Just as country music has traditional and contemporary genres, the Breakers Resort in downtown Myrtle Beach also offers a mix of the old and the new. Hosting memorable family vacations for more than 85 years, the Breakers has kept up with the changing times with upgraded facilities, remodeled accommodations and modern amenities to become Myrtle Beach's most popular resort. For those looking to enjoy a weekend of country concerts in style, the Breakers is offering discounted rooms and tickets to the Second Annual Carolina Country Music Festival in downtown Myrtle Beach, about a mile…
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Make the Breakers Your Home for the Carolina Country Music Festival

The Five Best Ways to Get Around Town in Myrtle Beach

One of the many great things about staying at The Breakers Resort on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront is the convenient location. With some of the Grand Strand's top attractions, dining and shopping within walking distance of the resort, guests can get around much of the town on their own two feet. Just put one foot in front of the other to stroll to the beach, the Boardwalk or Ocean Boulevard. For the more adventurous types, there are several other great ways to check out the area in true Myrtle Beach style. Whether you want to get some exercise while exploring the Grand Strand or simply…
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The Five Best Ways to Get Around Town in Myrtle Beach

Spring Is Time to Play Ball in Myrtle Beach

America's pastime is more like Myrtle Beach's full-time in the spring and summer, with ample opportunities to catch some baseball on the Grand Strand. In addition to the minor-league Myrtle Beach Pelicans, whose stadium is located just a mile down 21st Avenue North from Breakers Resort, the area also boasts major college and youth programs on the diamonds. There's nothing quite like taking family and friends out to the ol' ball game for a night of entertainment. With the on-field action, the mild spring temperatures, the crack of the bat, the taste of cotton candy and cold beer, and…
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Spring Is Time to Play Ball in Myrtle Beach

Broadway at the Beach Unveils Big Changes for 2016

Broadway at the Beach has been Myrtle Beach's most popular entertainment, shopping, dining and nightlife complex for two decades. There have been a few changes over the years as stores and restaurants come and go, but nothing on the scale of the extreme makeover Broadway at the Beach recently announced with lots of new openings, closings and relocations. Although many of the changes have been speculated for some time, there were a few surprises concerning Broadway's new lineup for 2016. Construction is currently underway in earnest as Broadway hopes to have all the alterations in…
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Broadway at the Beach Unveils Big Changes for 2016

Take Advantage of Extra Sunshine after Daylight Savings Time

We've all heard the old Daylight Savings Time slogan "Spring forward; fall back," but the Myrtle Beach version has an extra twist: "Spring forward into fun." That's because the additional hour of daylight also means an extra hour of fun in the sun for visitors on the Grand Strand, who can take advantage of the changing clock and longer spring days, to squeeze in more good times during their vacation. This year's clock switch takes place shortly after midnight, Sunday, March 13, which means most of us will be safely tucked in bed when the time magically changes from 2 to 3 a.m. But we…
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Take Advantage of Extra Sunshine after Daylight Savings Time

Break into Golf During Your Vacation at the Breakers

During a vacation at the Breakers Resort, guests experience one of Myrtle Beach’s historic resorts with the added touch of modern accommodations and full-service amenities. But to delve in to the history of the Breakers and the Grand Strand means experiencing some of the area’s historic and award-winning golf courses. A relaxing Myrtle Beach vacation at the Breakers is synonymous with the peaceful scenery provided by some of the Grand Strand’s best golf courses, just down the street. With the Breakers Resort’s experienced golf managers, you can plan your own golf adventure…
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Break into Golf During Your Vacation at the Breakers

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day All Week Long in Myrtle Beach

You don't have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, and you don't have to be in Myrtle Beach on the official March 17 date to get in on the festivities. Because St. Patrick's Day falls on a Thursday, the Irish-themed parties are spread out over two weekends so you can get more than your fill of green beer with corned beef and cabbage on the Grand Strand. Guests at the Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort are literally in the middle of all the action, with major celebrations set on the North, Central and South Strand. There are also numerous smaller parties hosted by local bars and…
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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day All Week Long in Myrtle Beach

Sun & Fun Rewards is Your Ticket To Good Times in Myrtle Beach

The Breakers Resort has been hosting memorable family vacations on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront for nearly 80 years, and the good times just keep getting better at this multi-building property. In addition to offering excellent accommodations, first-class amenities and warm hospitality, the Breakers also goes the extra mile to enhance your vacation experience with our Sun & Fun Rewards program. Offering one free adult admission to some of the top Myrtle Beach attractions, the Sun & Fun Rewards package you receive at check-in is stuffed with free tickets and other discounts that will…
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Sun & Fun Rewards is Your Ticket To Good Times in Myrtle Beach

Big Changes Coming to Broadway at the Beach in 2016

Longtime Myrtle Beach visitors will notice some big-time changes at Broadway at the Beach's Celebrity Square in 2016, beginning with the centerpiece of the popular nightlife district. Hard Rock Cafe, located in the pyramid-shaped building since Broadway at the Beach's opening in 1995, is giving up its prime position to another big name in the entertainment industry. A craft beer and country cooking restaurant are also part of the new lineup for Broadway at the Beach visitors. Although many of the changes have not yet been announced or made official by Broadway at the Beach or the new…
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Big Changes Coming to Broadway at the Beach in 2016

22nd Annual Quilt Gala Blankets the Grand Strand

The Grand Strand is more commonly associated with beach blankets and towels than traditional Southern quilts. But, perfect for the winter season, the Myrtle Beach area becomes home of the popular Quilt Gala on the last weekend of February. Held Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26-27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., this event attracts a large crowd of quilt-makers and enthusiasts to see these homemade and handmade blankets on display. Much like the Horry County Museum that hosts the 22nd annual event, the Quilt Gala also has a new location and an expanded lineup to bring more folks into the historic fold.
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22nd Annual Quilt Gala Blankets the Grand Strand

Five Romantic Things to do with your Valentine in Myrtle Beach

Want to do something special for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? Look no further than Myrtle Beach and the Breakers Resort for the ideal romantic getaway. With excellent accommodations and amenities for couples, Breakers offers a great setting for a Valentine’s weekend retreat. And if you want to do something special to blow your Valentine date away, here are five of our favorite ways to spend the day with the one you love in Myrtle Beach:
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Five Romantic Things to do with your Valentine in Myrtle Beach

Five New Things to Look for in Myrtle Beach in 2016

Myrtle Beach is constantly changing, with new attractions, events, restaurants and shops arriving on the growing scene every year. But deep down, beyond all the new neon and "Opening Soon" signs, is the same sand, surf and sun you fell in love with long ago. Myrtle Beach is still the fun family beach you grew up visiting, just with a few more bells and whistles. The same can be said of the Breakers Resort, which has been giving its guests a great vacation experience for more than 80 years. Now featuring three buildings on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, the resort has undergone several…
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Five New Things to Look for in Myrtle Beach in 2016

Beach Ball Classic was Another Winner for Breakers

The record books will show that Montverde (FL) Academy captured the championship of the 35th Annual Beach Ball Classic. But the excitement of the national high school basketball tournament ensured that all involved with the event were winners - from the fans in the stands at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center to the teams and guests staying at the Beakers Resort. Proudly serving as the host resort for the 16 teams from all over the country, the Breakers was also the scene for parents, fans and even college coaches who came to scout some of the top talent in the nation. In addition to…
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Beach Ball Classic was Another Winner for Breakers

Ring in the New Year with Big Savings at Breakers Resort

Where will you be when the big ball drops this New Year's Eve? It's too expensive and crowded to see it live in Time Square, and too boring and depressing to watch it on TV at home. But there is an attractive alternative that features all the fun and festivities of Myrtle Beach at a price too good to spend another New Year's Eve counting down on the couch. Ring in 2016 in grand style at the Breakers Resort in downtown Myrtle Beach, which is close to all the main attractions and New Year's celebrations taking place along the Grand Strand. But one of the biggest parties will be just…
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Ring in the New Year with Big Savings at Breakers Resort

Finding Santa Claus on the Grand Strand Sand

There's a little known secret about Santa Claus we will let you in on. When he's not micromanaging elves at the toy shop back at the North Pole or making a whirlwind toy delivery trip around the world, Santa likes to chill-lax in Myrtle Beach, especially this time of year when he needs time to unwind before checking that naughty-or-nice list not once, but twice. During your holiday stay at the Breakers, set out and see if you can catch Santa at some of his favorite Myrtle Beach stops:
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Finding Santa Claus on the Grand Strand Sand

Breakers Resort Plays Home Court for Beach Ball Classic

Don't be surprised if you spot a few future NBA superstars at the Breakers Resort during the last week in December. And if you want to watch them play, it's only a couple of blocks away to see all the high-flying hoops action of the Beach Ball Classic. Held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center on Dec. 26-31, the 35th Annual Beach Ball Classic is a holiday tradition in Myrtle Beach. This nationally acclaimed tournament features some of the top high school basketball teams and talent in the country competing for the crown. The six-day showcase involves 16 teams from all over the…
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Breakers Resort Plays Home Court for Beach Ball Classic

10 Myrtle Beach Area Restaurants That Are Worth the Drive

Ever have one of those meals where you would drive across the country just to try one little taste? You even plan special trips to that side of town or to somewhere out in the middle of nowhere for a sample of the cuisine you can't find anywhere else. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch from the North Carolina border to the South Carolina Lowcountry, is filled with these hidden treasures. Myrtle Beach and Breakers Resort sit in the middle of the outer reaches, so you only need about 30 minutes behind the wheel to find these sweet spots, and your taste buds will believe it was well…
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10 Myrtle Beach Area Restaurants That Are Worth the Drive

Five Great Myrtle Beach-Themed Gift Ideas for the Holidays

Santa Claus' home address may be the North Pole but the world traveler likes to make some long layovers in Myrtle Beach to rest up and recover from his big night. So don't be surprised to see the jolly ol' elf himself around his winter home at the Breakers Resort, maybe chilling out while thawing out in the indoor hot tub or satisfying his sweet tooth at the on-site Starbucks or Ben & Jerry's. Santa has also been known to pick up a gift or 2 million to supplement his stash in the sleigh, and what better way to cheer folks up than a present from America's (and Santa's) favorite family…
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Five Great Myrtle Beach-Themed Gift Ideas for the Holidays

Myrtle Beach Offers Hot Fun in the Wintertime

Everyone knows about all the hot fun in the summertime in Myrtle Beach, and an increasing number of visitors are discovering that the good times don't stop just because the calendar and thermometer say that winter has arrived. In fact, the cooler temperatures and smaller crowds are exactly what some snowbirds are looking for in a winter retreat. And what better place to stay and play than at the Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach's downtown oceanfront district? In addition to the modern and comfortable accommodations and on-site amenities that include indoor aquatic facilities,…
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Myrtle Beach Offers Hot Fun in the Wintertime

Myrtle Beach Offers Lots of Christmas Cheer This Time of Year

Myrtle Beach is better known as a summer playground than a winter wonderland, but longtime visitors know another side of the Grand Strand – one filled with holiday-themed events, festivals and shows. Guests at Breakers Resort can enjoy a wide selection of Christmas activities. Here are some of the Grand Strand's holiday highlights:
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Myrtle Beach Offers Lots of Christmas Cheer This Time of Year

Myrtle Beach Takes Center Stage for Dance and Cheerleading Competitions

There was a time not too long ago when cheerleaders stayed on the sidelines and dance teams were only for halftime shows. Those days are happily in the past now that cheer and dance have been widely accepted as sanctioned sports, and they have exploded in popularity in recent years thanks to national TV exposure and competitions. The two sports have spread like a human wave across the country and beyond, making them among the top five activities for young girls. With more than 3 million cheerleaders in the United States and about half as many dancers participating in group events,…
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Myrtle Beach Takes Center Stage for Dance and Cheerleading Competitions

Top 5 Ways to Work off Thanksgiving Dinner in Myrtle Beach

More and more vacationers are discovering the Grand Strand as a great place to spend the Thanksgiving holidays, and why not? Instead of another day of food and football in front of the same dinner table and TV, guests are opting for a long weekend in the lap of luxury in Myrtle Beach at the Breakers Resort, and a trouble-free Thanksgiving dinner at a local restaurant. Forget about the cooking and cleaning and relax in your renovated room in front of the flat-screen TV. Kick back on a comfortable bed and fall asleep watching football from the effects of a Thanksgiving feast of turkey…
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Top 5 Ways to Work off Thanksgiving Dinner in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach Open for Business Following South Carolina Flooding

Many areas in the state of South Carolina are still drying out in the wake of the record rainfall and flooding, but the Breakers Resort and the city of Myrtle Beach are open for business and ready to host your autumn beach getaway. The Grand Strand escaped much of the major flooding in South Carolina that devastated some areas of the state. Only days after parts of the Palmetto State experienced as much as 2 feet of rain in the first week of October, Myrtle Beach was high and dry, and ready to do what it does best. "We are fortunate our beaches are up and running and ready for…
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Myrtle Beach Open for Business Following South Carolina Flooding

Great Danes and Good Times Coming to Dog Show in Myrtle Beach

The city of Myrtle Beach is ready to go to the dogs for the week of Oct. 25-31 for the Great Dane Club of America's annual meeting and convention at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Hundreds of the jumbo-sized dogs and their proud owners will converge on the town to share their passion for the popular dog breed. Held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, the event is only two blocks away from the pet-friendly Breakers Resort on the downtown oceanfront. Convention guests can find great accommodations for their dogs and themselves at the spacious Breakers Resort, including easy…
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Great Danes and Good Times Coming to Dog Show in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Watch Football in Myrtle Beach

If baseball is America's pastime, then football is America's full-time. Millions of fans flock to the stadiums and tailgate parties to catch all the hard-hitting action and root for the home team, but that can be tough to do when you are away on vacation. But not in Myrtle Beach, where there are plenty of great sports bars, many of them close to Breakers Resort, to let you take a timeout from your vacation to watch the big game. Whether you prefer college football or the NFL, you can see them all at these five sports hot spots on the Grand Strand:
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Top 5 Places to Watch Football in Myrtle Beach

Hit the Ground Running at Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon

See the city of Myrtle Beach like you've never seen it before, and get a little exercise while you're at it, at the 2015 Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon. The sixth annual road race and event are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 17-18, for two days of fun, fitness and foot traffic through the sealed-off streets of Myrtle Beach, and staying at the Breakers Resort puts you in the middle of all the action. Featuring a 13.1-mile course that weaves through some of the Sun Fun Capital's most popular attractions, the Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon welcomes thousands of runners and their…
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Hit the Ground Running at Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon

Breakers Welcomes Ben & Jerry’s to Resort’s Long List of Amenities

Breakers Resort, the first name in Myrtle Beach vacations, has teamed up with the two biggest names in the ice cream business, Ben & Jerry’s, and the two entities have a lot more in common than the new venture that brings one of America’s most popular franchises to one of the best resorts in America’s most popular family vacation destination. The international ice cream chain is the latest additions to the Breakers Resort property in downtown Myrtle Beach. Located on the resort premises at the corner of Ocean Boulevard and 21st Avenue North, the world famous, American-born and…
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Breakers Welcomes Ben & Jerry’s to Resort’s Long List of Amenities

Breakers Resort Offers New GuestExpress App

Breakers Resort has been offering relaxing Myrtle Beach vacations to its guests for more than 75 years. Now the experience just got easier with the new GuestExpress App, the latest technology to make your stay even better. Created by the Myrtle Beach-based company Fuel, a leader in the travel, tourism and technology industries, GuestExpress provides visitors with a simple and effective program that can be downloaded on your mobile phone or computer. Your device becomes your key to enjoying all the great things the Breakers has to offer. With the touch of a button, Breakers guests gain…
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Breakers Resort Offers New GuestExpress App

Five Ways to Save Money on Your Fall Myrtle Beach Vacation

The leaves and the temperatures aren't the only things that drop in the fall. In Myrtle Beach, so do the crowds and, more importantly, the prices. The offseason presents a wealth of saving opportunities for savvy visitors looking for a fun and affordable fall getaway. All money talk aside, the autumn is the ideal time to vacation in Myrtle Beach. The humidity breaks to provide warm and sunny days and cool and comfortable nights, and the lower numbers create a more-laid back environment than the hectic summer season. But throw in the fact that you can vacation for fractions of what you…
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Five Ways to Save Money on Your Fall Myrtle Beach Vacation

Breakers is the Place to be for Fall Festivals in Myrtle Beach

If you have only vacationed in Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are missing out. Although the summertime is the peak tourist season for fun in the surf, sand and sun, the autumn is prime time for festivals on the Grand Strand, and the Breakers Resort is your headquarters for hitting all the hot spots during the fall festival season. It all kicks off Labor Day weekend, and guests at the Breakers are within 1 mile of two of the biggest events in town.
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Breakers is the Place to be for Fall Festivals in Myrtle Beach

Have a Splashing Good Time at Myrtle Beach Waterparks

Guests at the Breakers Resort can be forgiven if they opt not to visit a waterpark. After all, you only need to take a few steps outside your door to find all kinds of aquatic attractions, like the Pirate Ship kiddie pool and playground, the 418-foot lazy river and indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Oh yeah, did we mention the Atlantic Ocean? But for those who can't seem to get enough of the wet stuff, Myrtle Beach is home to several waterparks that offer plenty of thrills and chills. But you had better act fast because they all turn off their faucets after Labor Day weekend. With…
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Have a Splashing Good Time at Myrtle Beach Waterparks

Top 5 Reasons to Stay at the Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach

For more than 75 years the Breakers have been welcoming vacationers to the Myrtle Beach oceanfront with open arms and true Southern hospitality. Over the years the Breakers has constantly updated its facilities and expanded its original property to keep generations of guests coming back year after year. If that's not enough to convince you to stay and play at the Breakers, here are our top five reasons to make it your next vacation home:
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Top 5 Reasons to Stay at the Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach

The Breakers: Good Food and Fun Amenities

The Breakers Resort boasts some of the best amenities on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, but two new and recently upgraded attractions have taken things at the resort to the next level. The new Rusty Reel Bar & Grill opened the summer on the ground floor of the Palmetto Tower, while the expanded Pirates Cove aquatic playground is even more fun than ever before. Welcoming families to the Myrtle Beach oceanfront for nearly 75 years, The Breakers continues to update its amenities and facilities to provide the best possible vacation destination for its guests. That philosophy is reflected in…
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The Breakers: Good Food and Fun Amenities

Top 6 Myrtle Beach Seafood Buffets

The Grand Strand is literally swimming in seafood. Take a few steps into the surf and you are standing in the same body of water as your dinner if you visit one of the many local seafood restaurants. And what better way to fill up than one of the many buffets? Myrtle Beach has so many seafood smorgasbords to choose from that you could eat all you an eat every night of the week and still not scratch the surface. But since you have a limited amount of time (and a limit on how much seafood you can hold), here's our list of the top six seafood buffets. Why top six instead of top five?…
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Top 6 Myrtle Beach Seafood Buffets

Five Best Beachwear Ideas for Your Myrtle Beach Vacation

You are packed and ready for your Myrtle Beach vacation – except for your beachwear. There are a few items you need to pick up before you are truly beach ready, but some of the items might be harder to find at more inland areas. Of course, Myrtle Beach is filled with beachwear stores, surf shops and swimsuit boutiques, so you might want to wait until you arrive before checking off the rest of your list. In addition to the bargain beachwear stores you will find on virtually every corner, there are popular places like the Gay Dolphin Gift Cove, Tsunami Surf Shop, and Tiki Jim’s,…
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Five Best Beachwear Ideas for Your Myrtle Beach Vacation

Don’t Forget to Pack These Items for Your Myrtle Beach Vacation

Packing for your Myrtle Beach vacation? Add some of these oft-forgotten items to your check list:
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Don’t Forget to Pack These Items for Your Myrtle Beach Vacation

Top 5 Beach Games for Myrtle Beach

You really don't have to play games to have a good time on the beach. Between the sand, surf and sun, there's plenty of fun to be had without turning it into a contest. By yourself? Bring a book or fly a kite. Got friends? Toss around the pigskin or a Frisbee. But there's something about the beach that brings out the competitive spirit among family, friends and even complete strangers who become quick friends over a good-natured game. Here are five great ways to enjoy a little friendly competition on the beach:
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Top 5 Beach Games for Myrtle Beach

Saddle up to go Horseback Riding on the Grand Strand

If you've ever read a romance novel or seen this classic scene on the silver screen, you've probably fantasized about riding a horse on the beach. It truly is a unique experience to gallop on the sand and through the surf from atop a beautiful steed. However, the city of Myrtle Beach and surrounding municipalities have laws against horseback riding on the beach for most of the year. After all, no one wants to trample an unsuspecting tourist. The sport is limited to the winter months (November through February in Myrtle Beach and Horry County) when there's plenty of room to ride a…
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Saddle up to go Horseback Riding on the Grand Strand

Top Four Places to Take Cooking Classes in Myrtle Beach

Part of the joy of vacation is letting others cook for you for a change at the more than 1,700 restaurants on the Grand Strand. But if cooking is your idea of fun, Myrtle Beach has that too. From fun cooking programs designed specifically for kids to serious culinary arts programs for adults, Myrtle Beach has a wide range of classes available for foodies. Check out these locations for cooking classes:
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Top Four Places to Take Cooking Classes in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Family Friendly Nighttime Activities in Myrtle Beach

Finding something fun to do in Myrtle Beach during the daylight hours doesn’t require a lot of thought. Breakers Resort’s guests can simply stroll to the beach or the hotel pool, play a round of golf, or hit the waterpark or any number of local attractions. Your options are just as varied after the sun goes down, if you know where to go. Here are five fun ways for families to spend a hot summer night in Myrtle Beach:
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Top 5 Family Friendly Nighttime Activities in Myrtle Beach

Last Minute Info on Carolina Country Music Festival

The inaugural Carolina Country Music Festival is all plugged in and ready for sound check as the city of Myrtle Beach and concert officials are putting the finishing touches on the June 4-7 downtown festival. Four days of live music from more than 35 big-name country music stars, more than 20,000 fans expected to attend the event in the downtown district, and the effort to transform the former Myrtle Beach Pavilion amusement park site into a major concert venue are among the many challenges that are coming together at the last minute. So are some important details that concert-goers…
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Last Minute Info on Carolina Country Music Festival

Carolina Opry has Proud History of Entertaining Myrtle Beach

As a country music performer, Calvin Gilmore was a popular member of the Grand Ole Opry. But when he came to Myrtle Beach in the 1980s, he brought an authentic slice of the Nashville showcase with him. After opening and playing various venues on the Grand Strand, Gilmore eventually opened the Carolina Opry in Myrtle Beach. The largest country music venue on the East Coast attracts fans from all over the world to experience top-notch entertainment in America’s No. 1 family vacation destination. Gilmore opened the original Carolina Opry in Surfside Beach and delighted fans with an…
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Carolina Opry has Proud History of Entertaining Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach

Pizza, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. New Yorkers swear by thin crust, Chicagoans love deep dish, and sophisticated pallets prefer the new lines of specialty pies that are like a meal on top of a crust. Whichever way you want your pizza, Myrtle Beach is filled with options. Although there seems to be a pizza parlor on every corner, this list has narrowed your choices down to a handful of outstanding pies:
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Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Shops on Ocean Boulevard

“The Strip,” as Ocean Boulevard in downtown Myrtle Beach is commonly called, is famous for its oceanfront restaurants and beach bars and neon-lit attractions. But sprinkled in between are some of the Grand Strand’s most unique shopping opportunities. From the basic beachwear stores to one-of-a-kind novelty shops, here are five places you don’t want to skip when you’re on The Strip:
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Top 5 Shops on Ocean Boulevard

Driving Tips and Tricks for Getting Around Myrtle Beach

Driving in a strange town can be scary, especially in a bustling tourist destination like Myrtle Beach. Not only are you unfamiliar with the roads, but neither are many of the drivers around you. Factor in the gawkers behind the wheel who are rubber-necking to catch a glimpse of all the wacky attractions and you've got a recipe for disaster, or at least for spending your vacation behind the wheel. It's best to follow these driving tips for getting around the Strand:
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Driving Tips and Tricks for Getting Around Myrtle Beach

WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach

Myrtle Beach is filled with attractions that offer mindless fun. After all, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to slip down a waterslide or rocket down a roller coaster. But there is one attraction that offers some educational value to go with the good times – WonderWorks at Broadway at the Beach.
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WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach

Five Beach Toys to Keep the Kids Entertained

Even on a Myrtle Beach vacation, it’s not enough just to take kids to the beach any more. The millennial generation needs to be entertained or they are quick to escape back into their cell phones and video games for amusement. But there are several toys and games you can invest a few bucks in to keep them engaged and active on the beach. Not the cheap plastic toys from the bargain beachwear stores that the little ones break almost as soon as they open them. Here are five high-quality toys and games that will keep your little ones (and even the big ones in your party).
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Five Beach Toys to Keep the Kids Entertained

Six Places to Grab a Bite at Breakers Resort

There are many reasons to spend your vacation at Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach, but one of them is the abundance of on-site dining opportunities. There's no reason to go out for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks or treats when you can find it all just steps away from your room on the Breakers' lobby or property. In fact, guests could spend the entire week without leaving the premises and still eat like kings. The availability of food and beverage, in addition to all the great amenities at the Breakers, make it possible to have a complete vacation experience without the hassle of…
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Six Places to Grab a Bite at Breakers Resort

Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April

Springtime marks the start of the festival season on the Grand Strand, and this year is no different. From free concerts and fireworks shows to several arts and crafts events highlight the Myrtle Beach social calendar this spring. Here’s a list of some of the many fun events this month:
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Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April

Myrtle Beach Offers Wide Variety of Fishing Options

Myrtle Beach may be famous for golf, but fishing may be its best-kept sports secret. Folks know about the fresh seafood in the restaurants and the fishing boats that bring it to shore, but few consider the fun and exciting alternative of catching your own buffet. From the deeper waters far off the coast to the inland streams and rivers, the Grand Strand offers lots of ways to wet a line:
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Myrtle Beach Offers Wide Variety of Fishing Options

Where You Can and Can’t Take Fido in Myrtle Beach

If you think Myrtle Beach's animal laws are confusing, just imagine how your dog must feel. Our four-legged friends don't understand terms like "custody" and "jurisdiction"; they just want to run and play on the beach and have a good time with their owners. It's up to the humans to understand where your dog can and cannot go, and when they can go there. Understanding the laws in the area you are visiting depends on where and when you are staying. The laws can vary greatly from town to town, even from block to block. Guests at the Breakers Resort are within the city limits of Myrtle…
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Where You Can and Can’t Take Fido in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Myrtle Beach boasts more to see and do than anyone could cover during one spring break. Between the beach, golf courses, shops and restaurants, there’s no problem keeping busy. But for those looking for a little something different, somewhere you won’t get lost in the crowds, check out this list of five places that are perfect for a spring break excursion:
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Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Myrtle Beach Segway Offers Tours, Rentals

The easiest way to get around the Grand Strand also happens to be the most fun. Myrtle Beach Segway, the only place in town to ride these personal transportation devices, provides Segway rentals and tours for visitors looking for a unique way to spend a day. For those unfamiliar with the Segway, it's a two-wheeled electric vehicle that allows riders to stand and glide their way around town. In addition to offering training with every rental, Myrtle Beach Segway also offers tours and excursions to make riding even more enjoyable. See the Strand on one of these state-of-the-art,…
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Myrtle Beach Segway Offers Tours, Rentals

Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach

Hold on to your cowboy hats … the big one is coming. Country music fans in Myrtle Beach and beyond have good reason to click their booted heels, as the inaugural Carolina Country Music Fest is coming HERE, to Myrtle Beach, June 5-7. The three-day Myrtle Beach festival on the beach will feature Eric Church, Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Big & Rich and more. Yes, more. Who could possibly add to that? Oh, you’ll see soon enough. New acts, over 30 in total, will be announced weekly. Just picture it: toes in the sand, wind in your hair, and the sounds of your own cheers along with…
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Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

There's a big difference between coming down with spring fever and March Madness, although it is possible to catch a bad cases of both at the same time. For basketball fans, getting their warm-weather fix in Myrtle Beach during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's a double dose of hoops and heat. So what's a hot-blooded hoops fan to do during this sacred month of March, miss out on the action on the court or the action on the beach? For guests at The Breakers, you don't have to choose between the two. Here's a list of the top five places to catch the game after you soak up some sun:
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Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

Five Signs that Spring is Around the Corner in Myrtle Beach

Science calls it the “vernal equinox,” but you don’t have to be a climatologist to know when it’s almost springtime. That’s especially true of Myrtle Beach, where blooming flowers and neon lights create a colorful combination for visitors to enjoy. From the natural beauty of the Carolina coastline to the manmade wonders of attractions, restaurants and shopping centers, everything seems to spring to life in Myrtle Beach during the same magical months of March, April and May. The calendar and thermometer work in concert with the various activities in town. Here are five…
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Five Signs that Spring is Around the Corner in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks

Myrtle Beach is popular for its many manmade attractions, such as thrill parks, restaurants and shopping centers, but the natural beauty of the Grand Strand is its best kept secret. The South Carolina coastal region, known for its sandy beaches, tidal creeks and salt marshes, is one of the most scenic in the United States, and is perfectly preserved at two local state parks. Myrtle Beach State Park is located on the southernmost end of the Myrtle Beach city limits and offers 312 acres of pristine maritime forest. The land was donated by the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and…
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Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks

Catch a Concert at House of Blues in 2015

The House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach opened in 1997 at Barefoot Landing, and the Grand Strand music scene has never been the same. The lack of a viable, mid-sized concert venue cost the Myrtle Beach music scene as touring acts frequently bypasses our corner of the South Carolina coast. But the House of Blues changed all that. The main concert hall, which holds more than 2,000 spectators, began booking major musical acts to its stage, and locals and visitors hungry for live shows responded in kind, packing the venue for all kinds of shows over the year. 2015 is no different. The…
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Catch a Concert at House of Blues in 2015

Tips for Planning your Summer Beach Wedding at The Breakers

A beach wedding is more than a grand romantic gesture; it's also a smart decision for couples who want someone else to take care of all the details so they can enjoy their special day. At The Breakers Resort, making dream weddings come true is what we do. Located on the oceanfront in downtown Myrtle Beach, The Breakers offers first-class wedding services and facilities, as well as an experienced and knowledgeable staff to accommodate the happy couple and their entire wedding party for the special occasion. Featuring a scenic oceanfront lawn area for outdoor weddings and a beautiful…
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Tips for Planning your Summer Beach Wedding at The Breakers

Breakers Resort Hosts 18th Annual Myrtle Beach Marathon

The Breakers Resort caters to visitors who are looking for a wonderful place on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront to relax. But once each winter The Breakers also welcomes folks who are on the go – for 26.2 miles, in fact. The Breakers will serve as a host hotel for the 18th Annual MyrtleBeach.com on Feb. 14, giving hundreds of runners a comfortable place to rest their heads – and legs – after completing the long course that winds through the streets of Myrtle Beach. Not only will special Myrtle Beach Marathon functions ne held at the resort, but guests can look forward to resting and…
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Breakers Resort Hosts 18th Annual Myrtle Beach Marathon

Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach

Super Bowl XLIX is right around the corner, and so are some of the Grand Strand’s best sports bars for guests at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach. Sure, you can watch the game in the privacy and comfort of your oceanfront nest, but the Super Bowl is more than a game; it’s a social event. For those who prefer to get out and about for the big game, here’s a list of five can’t-miss sports bars in the Myrtle Beach area where you can celebrate (or drown your sorrows, depending on the outcome) with fellow fans.
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Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach

Give a child a gift, watch him play with the empty box. But showing a kid a good time and letting them spend their own holiday cash is something special, and something memorable. Here are five places where you can take the kids for a little holiday fun:
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Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach

Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand

Myrtle Beach’s spring golf season tees off a little bit sooner and is a whole lot sweeter in 2015 with the addition of the inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic. The three-day, 54-hole tournament will bring 200 golfers to six of the area's top courses to tee off the upcoming spring golf season with fun and friendly competition. The Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic will feature three days of golf under different rules formats, meals and parties for all tournament participants, and gifts, contests, drawings and giveaways. Most of all, the tourney will provide lots of good camaraderie…
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Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

When most people think of Myrtle Beach, summer springs to mind, and for good reason. Myrtle Beach is known as the Sun Fun Capital for all its summertime activities, like amusement park rides, water park slides, surfing the waves and relaxing on the beach. But if you've only visited Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are only getting part of the big picture. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch of coast that surrounds Myrtle Beach, is a year-round destination with lots going on in the "offseason." Many of the 14 million annual visitors to the area do so in the spring, fall and winter.
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Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

Experience the Great Outdoors Indoors at Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo

Perhaps no other event in the Myrtle Beach area is as underrated and more modestly named than the Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo. Yes, there are boats, and lots of them. And, of course, there are lots of sportsmen on hand to check out the latest in outdoor sports.But this 31st annual event, held Jan. 9-11 in the main ballroom of the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, has so much more than the name indicates. Featuring a wide selection of fishing, hunting and other recreational-sports related gear and gadgets, the Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo is the ultimate place to…
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Experience the Great Outdoors Indoors at Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo

Frequently Asked Questions at The Breakers Resort

Come read up on some frequently asked questions regarding our resort policies, procedures, and offerings.
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Frequently Asked Questions at The Breakers Resort

Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach

You’re treating yourself to a brief Christmas break in Myrtle Beach, but there’s no time for fun and games. This visit is all about holiday shopping for others and finding the best ideas and gifts for the loved ones on your list. The Grand Strand has you covered no matter how many or how hard the people on your shopping list are to satisfy, you will find everything you are looking for and more at the shops and stores of Myrtle Beach. And not only can you pick up gifts, you can also get into the holiday spirit at these hot spots. Here are five places to purchase all your holiday…
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Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach

Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner at Breakers’ Papa’s Restaurant

What's the only thing better than going home for a Thanksgiving dinner at Mama's? How about a trip to the beach for a holiday feast at Papa's Restaurant in Myrtle Beach? The Breakers Resort's on-site restaurant will host its annual Thanksgiving Holiday Buffet on Thursday, giving guests the perfect excuse to use the occasion for a beach trip. Skip out on the cooking and cleaning and let Papa's handle all the details while you chow down on an all-you-can-eat feast and head back to your room for a nice nap.
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Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner at Breakers’ Papa’s Restaurant

Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

The most important meal of the day also happens to be the most plentiful on the Grand Strand, where pancake houses and country cooking restaurants serve up hearty servings of breakfast every morning. Whether you’re hitting the golf course or the beach or planning a full day of shopping, there are plenty of places to fuel up before you start your day with a tasty breakfast. Here is a list of seven places to get a delicious first-meal every day of the week:
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Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

Enjoy a Catered Holiday Feast at The Breakers Resort

Guests spending the holidays at The Breakers Resort have plenty of options for a traditional family feast without leaving the property. From the on-site restaurant to catering services and take-out dinners and nearby eateries that stay open for the holidays, the choices for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners are as plentiful as the dishes at your table. Here's a list of options for finding the perfect holiday feast for your party:
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Enjoy a Catered Holiday Feast at The Breakers Resort

Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand

No one wants to spend Thanksgiving working over a hot stove and rattling pots and pans, especially while vacationing. Never fear, at least not with all of the Myrtle Beach restaurants serving traditional holiday meals to celebrate the special occasion. Whether you are looking for a large family feast of the traditional turkey with all the trimmings or a more unique approach to Thanksgiving dinner with fresh local seafood and a Lowcountry twist, the Grand Strand has a wide selection of restaurants all tastes and price ranges. Reservations are strongly encouraged and required at some of…
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Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand

Ledford Family Discovers Vacation Magic at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach

Forgive Jenny Ledford if she hasn't taken a vacation in a long time. With three daughters involved in school, sports and other activities, she has more pressing matters to attend to. But that's part of what made her recent visit to Myrtle Beach even more special. Not only is it the first time she has been on "a real vacation" in years, it was also her first chance to see the ocean."We're softball parents, so the only travel we've been able to do is to different tournaments," said Ledford, who hails from Ohio. "My mother-in-law said she would like for us to go, and we were so excited.…
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Ledford Family Discovers Vacation Magic at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach

It can't be all fun in the sun during your Myrtle Beach vacation. After all, the sun is down for half the day, and rainy, cloudy or way-too-humid weather can put a stop to outdoor activities. Those are the times to go catch a flick on one of the many movie theaters on the Grand Strand. Featuring all the latest releases plus more popular, second-run films, this top five list of Myrtle Beach movie theaters has what you're looking for. Whether it's a daytime matinee or a late-night showing, you can relax, snack on some popcorn and take in the box-office favorites at one of these locations:
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Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach

Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play

Imagine playing the Grand Strand's best courses - all in one week. Here's your chance with the inaugural Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, and upstart tournament that will be held at eight of the top-rated layouts among the more than 100 golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area. Scheduled for November 17-20, the Myrtle Beach Fall Classic allows golfers to take their best shots the Grand Strand's best courses for a $325 entry fee, which includes four rounds of golf, two post-round functions with food and drink and a gift bag loaded with Myrtle Beach golf apparel and memorabilia.
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Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play

Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand

Most people come to Myrtle Beach to have fun, not to be frightened, but the two emotions come together in October with a trick-or-treat bag full of festivals and special events. Here are the top 10 ways to celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand:
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Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand

Breakers Opens Doors to Top Tournament Basketball Teams

Future stars of the NBA and WNBA will be playing in Myrtle Beach and staying at The Breakers Resort for two of the elite high school basketball tournaments in the country. The 17th annual CresCom Bank Holiday Invitational (Dec. 17-22) and the 31st annual Beach Ball Classic (Dec. 26-31) will be held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center over the holidays, attracting some of the nation's top teams and players from 15 different states. This year, the hundreds of players, coaches, fans, and scouts will be staying at The Breakers Resort, the new official headquarters for the tournaments.…
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Breakers Opens Doors to Top Tournament Basketball Teams

Top 5 Places to Watch College Football in Myrtle Beach

College football is king in the South, and the Grand Strand is no different. In fact, maybe even more so since so many visitors and transplants come to Myrtle Beach and bring their allegiances with them. That creates some good-natured debates among fans from rival schools and conferences, especially on game days. But what fun is it to watch alone in your hotel room when you can catch the game with fellow fans and future friends. Find folks wearing the same-colored jersey so you can have someone to high-five when you’re winning and console when you’re losing. Either way, there are…
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Top 5 Places to Watch College Football in Myrtle Beach

Breakers Resort Going Pet-Friendly in Myrtle Beach

Good news for pet lovers and their furry, four-legged friends: Beginning Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, the oceanfront Breakers Resort Myrtle Beach will open its doors to pets. The Breakers' new pet-friendly policy will allow guests staying in the Seaside building to bring up to two pets, cats or dogs weighing less than 40 pounds only, per room. A $25 per day non-refundable pet fee will be charged.
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Breakers Resort Going Pet-Friendly in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
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Myrtle Beach From A to Z

The Breakers Makes Weddings Memorable for Happy Couples

During a Grand Strand vacation two years ago, Todd Baker proposed to Sarah Blencowe and the two decided it was only fitting that they get married in Myrtle Beach. Romantic? Yes. But for mother Nancy Blencowe, who was charged with organizing the affair from her home in New York, the pressure to produce a perfect wedding seemed overwhelming ... until she found The Breakers Resort. Last Saturday, the event went off without a hitc
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The Breakers Makes Weddings Memorable for Happy Couples

Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway

The neon lights and high-rise hotels of Myrtle Beach is only 15 miles away from the peaceful, riverfront town of Conway, SC, but the contrast in scenery makes it seem like it’s a world away. Far removed from the attractions and tourism-related businesses of the Grand Strand, Conway is a small Southern town of 18,000 that is rich in history and Southern charm. Located on the banks of the Waccamaw River, the city was originally established as the village of Kingston back in 1732 and grew into a major economic hub in the 19th century due to trade and commerce via the river and railway…
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Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway

Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach has championship golf course, first-class restaurants and award-winning theaters for adults, and roller coasters, thrill rides and water slides for the teens and tweens. But what about the little ones, who aren’t quite tall enough to board the rides and are still too young to old enough to enjoy dinner and a show? Never fear; Myrtle Beach has lots of fun things to see and do for young children beyond the beach and hotel kiddie pool. Here are five fun and safe attractions to keep the little ones entertained.
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Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach

Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach

If you’re looking for that one of a kind item you can’t find anywhere else, or if you just have an eye for art and an appreciation for craftsmanship, the Myrtle Beach Convention Center is the place to be Aug. 1-3. The 31st Annual Craftsman’s Classic Arts & Crafts Show returns to the main showroom at the Convention Center for one of the top events in the Southeast. Owned and operated by Gilmore Enterprises in North Carolina, this regional tour circuit brings works by some of the top artists in their fields, many of whom are on hand to demonstrate their craftwork and provide…
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Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach

Taking a Pub-Crawl Around The Breakers Resort

Guests at The Breakers Resort on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront are quick to learn that there's no better place for a frozen drink and a cold beer than the Red Parrot Oceanfront Bar & Grill. But some may not be aware that they are staying near one of the best stretches of bars in Myrtle Beach. From chilling on the beach to catching your favorite sports teams in action, guests at The Breakers is within walking distance of watering holes where you can quench your thirst. Here are three hot spots in the neighborhood you should hit on your pub crawl.
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Taking a Pub-Crawl Around The Breakers Resort

Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom

There’s only one place Myrtle Beach visitors can experience breath-taking thrills and wild-water chills in one place, and that’s the Family Kingdom Amusement Park and Waterpark. Located in the heart of the downtown district on Ocean Boulevard, Family Kingdom offers two parks in one. The 13-acre Family Kingdom amusement park, the only oceanfront amusement park in Myrtle Beach, is just across the street from Splashes, the only oceanfront waterpark in Myrtle Beach.
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Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom

Taking a Sushi Break at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Spending the day at the beach can make a body hungry, especially for some of the goodies that come fresh from the sea. Of course, it’s a lot easier to go to a sushi restaurant than to try to catch dinner yourself, and there are many excellent choices nearby The Breakers. Here are three places for guests at our Myrtle Beach resort to get their sushi fix.
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Taking a Sushi Break at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Breakers Resort and Beyond

Located at the junction of 21st Avenue North and Ocean Boulevard in downtown Myrtle Beach, The Breakers Resort is ideally situated for guests looking to venture off the property. Close enough to walk, hike or bike to many of Myrtle Beach’s top attractions, The Breakers Resort give guests the best of both worlds – outstanding accommodations and amenities on-site and great dining, shopping and attractions just beyond your front door. Here are some popular spots in the neighborhood.
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Breakers Resort and Beyond

Six tips for protecting your kids from the sun in Myrtle Beach

Too much of a good thing can be bad. Such is the case for summer fun in the Myrtle Beach sun. Summertime is upon us, and that means painful sunburns and peeling skin ... but it doesn't have to. Not only is the sun closer and stronger during the summer months, but being around the water, whether in the ocean or the hotel pool, reflects and intensifies the more harmful rays. Protecting yourself and your children from the sun without sounding like the fun police can be a bit of a trick, but not if you follow these simple tips to a great but safe family summer in Myrtle Beach.
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Six tips for protecting your kids from the sun in Myrtle Beach

Breakers Resort Overview

For more than 80 years the Breakers Resort has been helping guests make Myrtle Beach vacation memories, and now the resort is even bigger and better than ever. Occupying three buildings on Ocean Boulevard in the downtown district, the Breakers Resort Myrtle Beach has recently completed a series of renovations to improve both the accommodations and the amenities on the property. The Boutique North Tower, Palms Tower and Paradise Tower feature luxurious units ranging from one-bedroom efficiencies to three-bedroom suites.
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Breakers Resort Overview

The Breakers Resort: Where Myrtle Beach History Meets Fun

Different accountings of Myrtle Beach history disagree on exactly when The Breakers first opened its doors to visitors to Myrtle Beach. Some documents say the original building was built in 1927, but a March 1974 copy of Along the Coast Vacationer’s Guide includes quotes from the original proprietor, Mrs. T.S. Means, who said The Breakers was first opened as a guesthouse in 1931.
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The Breakers Resort: Where Myrtle Beach History Meets Fun

Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market

One of the best ways to get to know a spot like Myrtle Beach is through its food. And when that food is the freshest organic produce and delicious meats and dairy, we know we’re in for something special. Myrtle Beach’s weekly Ovis Hill Farmers Market has for the last 12 years been offering residents and visitors alike the pick of the south, which is why we pick it when we want the very best of the season.
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Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market

MyrtleBeachHotels.com / MyrtleBeachGolf.com Fall Golf Socials: The Breakers

If you’re a veteran traveler to Myrtle Beach, you’ve probably heard of The Breakers Resort. It’s that fine wine of a hotel that keeps going strong and getting better, now in its tenth decade of existence. Despite its age, a rigorous program of periodic renovations keeps the huge oceanfront hotel up with the times and keeps it one of the most sought-after resorts on the Grand Strand.
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MyrtleBeachHotels.com / MyrtleBeachGolf.com Fall Golf Socials: The Breakers

You Don’t Need to Leave Breakers Resort for a Bite: Ben & Jerry’s, Starbucks and More All Onsite

One of the best things about staying at a resort like Breakers is the fact that you don’t have to leave the resort if you don’t want to. Not only is the beach right outside your back door, but there are plenty of options for food and refreshment right onsite!
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You Don’t Need to Leave Breakers Resort for a Bite: Ben & Jerry’s, Starbucks and More All Onsite

Let the Kiddos Play the Day Away at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Let’s face it — when you are on your much-deserved family vacation, having plenty of activities to keep the kiddos content and happy makes the getaway more enjoyable for everyone. Many guests return to The Breakers Resort year after year because of the nearby attractions and included amenities catering to young children. Here are a few kid-friendly reasons families keep coming back to The Breakers:
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Let the Kiddos Play the Day Away at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

10 Best Burger Spots Near The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

After a fun-filled day of vacationing, guests at The Breakers Resort are looking to chow down. Many are craving a great-tasting burger that can quash the most robust of appetites. Here are our guests’ choices for the 10 best burger spots near The Breakers:
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10 Best Burger Spots Near The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Top 5 Beachfront Bars Near The Breakers

The best bars in Myrtle Beach may not have walls or a ceiling, but they do offer spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. Whether it's the smell of the salt air, the sound of the crashing waves or the beautiful sight of the beach as a backdrop, there's something about beach bars that makes your drink taste better and lets the good times roll with an atmosphere that indoor bars simply can't duplicate. Guests at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort don't have to look far to find a cold beverage close to the beach. The on-site Rusty Reel Bar & Grill and the tiki bar on the pool deck serve…
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Top 5 Beachfront Bars Near The Breakers

Five Fun Beach Games for the Whole Family

The beach is more than just a relaxing place to spend the day soaking up the sun, sand and surf. With a soft surface and easy access to the ocean, it's also one of the best playgrounds on the planet. In fact, there's a whole line of games that were invented specifically for beach play, as well as some existing sports that have made the transition from dry land to the surf and sand. Here are our five favorite beach games for the whole family:
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Five Fun Beach Games for the Whole Family

Tee It Up for Golf Tournaments on the Grand Strand

Few things can beat a golf trip to the Grand Strand, home to more than 80 championship courses along the Carolina coast. But add some good-natured competition to your Myrtle Beach vacation, and you have a fun-filled way to play golf on the Strand while making new friends and helping worthy causes. Guests at The Breakers Resort can get into plenty of hot action on the links this summer. Here's a list of some of the best golf tournaments in town that are open to the public and fun for all handicaps:
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Tee It Up for Golf Tournaments on the Grand Strand

The Breakers Offers the Best Backyard on the Beachfront

Millions of visitors spend their vacations in Myrtle Beach each year to take advantage of the beautiful beaches, oceanfront pools, aquatic playgrounds, beach bars, live entertainment and family friendly fun. Guests at The Breakers Resort can enjoy all of the above without leaving the best backyard in Myrtle Beach. Located on the longest stretch of oceanfront property in the downtown district, The Breakers offers a great vacation in a resort paradise, a place where you are only an elevator ride away from your luxury accommodations to the best amenities on the beach. Home to more than…
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The Breakers Offers the Best Backyard on the Beachfront

Cheers and Bottoms Up at the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest

Beer has come a long way in recent years. Once considered the swill of choice for Joe Six-Pack, the beverage has been elevated to wine-like levels when it comes to production, diversity and even snobbery. From the art of the brewing process to the explosion of microbreweries, the buzz over handcrafted beer has created a wide-open market that rivals that of wineries. Featuring more than 20 breweries serving 100-plus unique flavors of beer, the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest has become quite a hit among both local and visiting beer aficionados. The eighth annual edition of the event, scheduled…
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Cheers and Bottoms Up at the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest

Make the Breakers Your Home for the Carolina Country Music Festival

Just as country music has traditional and contemporary genres, the Breakers Resort in downtown Myrtle Beach also offers a mix of the old and the new. Hosting memorable family vacations for more than 85 years, the Breakers has kept up with the changing times with upgraded facilities, remodeled accommodations and modern amenities to become Myrtle Beach's most popular resort. For those looking to enjoy a weekend of country concerts in style, the Breakers is offering discounted rooms and tickets to the Second Annual Carolina Country Music Festival in downtown Myrtle Beach, about a mile…
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Make the Breakers Your Home for the Carolina Country Music Festival

The Five Best Ways to Get Around Town in Myrtle Beach

One of the many great things about staying at The Breakers Resort on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront is the convenient location. With some of the Grand Strand's top attractions, dining and shopping within walking distance of the resort, guests can get around much of the town on their own two feet. Just put one foot in front of the other to stroll to the beach, the Boardwalk or Ocean Boulevard. For the more adventurous types, there are several other great ways to check out the area in true Myrtle Beach style. Whether you want to get some exercise while exploring the Grand Strand or simply…
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The Five Best Ways to Get Around Town in Myrtle Beach

Spring Is Time to Play Ball in Myrtle Beach

America's pastime is more like Myrtle Beach's full-time in the spring and summer, with ample opportunities to catch some baseball on the Grand Strand. In addition to the minor-league Myrtle Beach Pelicans, whose stadium is located just a mile down 21st Avenue North from Breakers Resort, the area also boasts major college and youth programs on the diamonds. There's nothing quite like taking family and friends out to the ol' ball game for a night of entertainment. With the on-field action, the mild spring temperatures, the crack of the bat, the taste of cotton candy and cold beer, and…
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Spring Is Time to Play Ball in Myrtle Beach

Broadway at the Beach Unveils Big Changes for 2016

Broadway at the Beach has been Myrtle Beach's most popular entertainment, shopping, dining and nightlife complex for two decades. There have been a few changes over the years as stores and restaurants come and go, but nothing on the scale of the extreme makeover Broadway at the Beach recently announced with lots of new openings, closings and relocations. Although many of the changes have been speculated for some time, there were a few surprises concerning Broadway's new lineup for 2016. Construction is currently underway in earnest as Broadway hopes to have all the alterations in…
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Broadway at the Beach Unveils Big Changes for 2016

Take Advantage of Extra Sunshine after Daylight Savings Time

We've all heard the old Daylight Savings Time slogan "Spring forward; fall back," but the Myrtle Beach version has an extra twist: "Spring forward into fun." That's because the additional hour of daylight also means an extra hour of fun in the sun for visitors on the Grand Strand, who can take advantage of the changing clock and longer spring days, to squeeze in more good times during their vacation. This year's clock switch takes place shortly after midnight, Sunday, March 13, which means most of us will be safely tucked in bed when the time magically changes from 2 to 3 a.m. But we…
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Take Advantage of Extra Sunshine after Daylight Savings Time

Break into Golf During Your Vacation at the Breakers

During a vacation at the Breakers Resort, guests experience one of Myrtle Beach’s historic resorts with the added touch of modern accommodations and full-service amenities. But to delve in to the history of the Breakers and the Grand Strand means experiencing some of the area’s historic and award-winning golf courses. A relaxing Myrtle Beach vacation at the Breakers is synonymous with the peaceful scenery provided by some of the Grand Strand’s best golf courses, just down the street. With the Breakers Resort’s experienced golf managers, you can plan your own golf adventure…
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Break into Golf During Your Vacation at the Breakers

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day All Week Long in Myrtle Beach

You don't have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, and you don't have to be in Myrtle Beach on the official March 17 date to get in on the festivities. Because St. Patrick's Day falls on a Thursday, the Irish-themed parties are spread out over two weekends so you can get more than your fill of green beer with corned beef and cabbage on the Grand Strand. Guests at the Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort are literally in the middle of all the action, with major celebrations set on the North, Central and South Strand. There are also numerous smaller parties hosted by local bars and…
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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day All Week Long in Myrtle Beach

Sun & Fun Rewards is Your Ticket To Good Times in Myrtle Beach

The Breakers Resort has been hosting memorable family vacations on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront for nearly 80 years, and the good times just keep getting better at this multi-building property. In addition to offering excellent accommodations, first-class amenities and warm hospitality, the Breakers also goes the extra mile to enhance your vacation experience with our Sun & Fun Rewards program. Offering one free adult admission to some of the top Myrtle Beach attractions, the Sun & Fun Rewards package you receive at check-in is stuffed with free tickets and other discounts that will…
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Sun & Fun Rewards is Your Ticket To Good Times in Myrtle Beach

Five Romantic Things to do with your Valentine in Myrtle Beach

Want to do something special for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? Look no further than Myrtle Beach and the Breakers Resort for the ideal romantic getaway. With excellent accommodations and amenities for couples, Breakers offers a great setting for a Valentine’s weekend retreat. And if you want to do something special to blow your Valentine date away, here are five of our favorite ways to spend the day with the one you love in Myrtle Beach:
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Five Romantic Things to do with your Valentine in Myrtle Beach

Five New Things to Look for in Myrtle Beach in 2016

Myrtle Beach is constantly changing, with new attractions, events, restaurants and shops arriving on the growing scene every year. But deep down, beyond all the new neon and "Opening Soon" signs, is the same sand, surf and sun you fell in love with long ago. Myrtle Beach is still the fun family beach you grew up visiting, just with a few more bells and whistles. The same can be said of the Breakers Resort, which has been giving its guests a great vacation experience for more than 80 years. Now featuring three buildings on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, the resort has undergone several…
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Five New Things to Look for in Myrtle Beach in 2016

Beach Ball Classic was Another Winner for Breakers

The record books will show that Montverde (FL) Academy captured the championship of the 35th Annual Beach Ball Classic. But the excitement of the national high school basketball tournament ensured that all involved with the event were winners - from the fans in the stands at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center to the teams and guests staying at the Beakers Resort. Proudly serving as the host resort for the 16 teams from all over the country, the Breakers was also the scene for parents, fans and even college coaches who came to scout some of the top talent in the nation. In addition to…
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Beach Ball Classic was Another Winner for Breakers

Ring in the New Year with Big Savings at Breakers Resort

Where will you be when the big ball drops this New Year's Eve? It's too expensive and crowded to see it live in Time Square, and too boring and depressing to watch it on TV at home. But there is an attractive alternative that features all the fun and festivities of Myrtle Beach at a price too good to spend another New Year's Eve counting down on the couch. Ring in 2016 in grand style at the Breakers Resort in downtown Myrtle Beach, which is close to all the main attractions and New Year's celebrations taking place along the Grand Strand. But one of the biggest parties will be just…
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Ring in the New Year with Big Savings at Breakers Resort

Finding Santa Claus on the Grand Strand Sand

There's a little known secret about Santa Claus we will let you in on. When he's not micromanaging elves at the toy shop back at the North Pole or making a whirlwind toy delivery trip around the world, Santa likes to chill-lax in Myrtle Beach, especially this time of year when he needs time to unwind before checking that naughty-or-nice list not once, but twice. During your holiday stay at the Breakers, set out and see if you can catch Santa at some of his favorite Myrtle Beach stops:
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Finding Santa Claus on the Grand Strand Sand

Breakers Resort Plays Home Court for Beach Ball Classic

Don't be surprised if you spot a few future NBA superstars at the Breakers Resort during the last week in December. And if you want to watch them play, it's only a couple of blocks away to see all the high-flying hoops action of the Beach Ball Classic. Held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center on Dec. 26-31, the 35th Annual Beach Ball Classic is a holiday tradition in Myrtle Beach. This nationally acclaimed tournament features some of the top high school basketball teams and talent in the country competing for the crown. The six-day showcase involves 16 teams from all over the…
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Breakers Resort Plays Home Court for Beach Ball Classic

Five Great Myrtle Beach-Themed Gift Ideas for the Holidays

Santa Claus' home address may be the North Pole but the world traveler likes to make some long layovers in Myrtle Beach to rest up and recover from his big night. So don't be surprised to see the jolly ol' elf himself around his winter home at the Breakers Resort, maybe chilling out while thawing out in the indoor hot tub or satisfying his sweet tooth at the on-site Starbucks or Ben & Jerry's. Santa has also been known to pick up a gift or 2 million to supplement his stash in the sleigh, and what better way to cheer folks up than a present from America's (and Santa's) favorite family…
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Five Great Myrtle Beach-Themed Gift Ideas for the Holidays

Start Planning Your Myrtle Beach Spring and Summer Vacation Early

With all the hustle and bustle of work, school, and just life in general, it may be tough to spend your time and attention on planning your 2016 spring and summer vacations. But for those who are prone to procrastination, getting a jump on your future plans may be the smartest move you can make. Staying at a prime location like the Breakers Resort on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront is in high demand for savvy visitors so it's important to start planning your perfect vacation in advance. Here is our top-five list of reasons to reserve your room at the Breakers early and get ready for a…
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Start Planning Your Myrtle Beach Spring and Summer Vacation Early

Myrtle Beach Offers Hot Fun in the Wintertime

Everyone knows about all the hot fun in the summertime in Myrtle Beach, and an increasing number of visitors are discovering that the good times don't stop just because the calendar and thermometer say that winter has arrived. In fact, the cooler temperatures and smaller crowds are exactly what some snowbirds are looking for in a winter retreat. And what better place to stay and play than at the Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach's downtown oceanfront district? In addition to the modern and comfortable accommodations and on-site amenities that include indoor aquatic facilities,…
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Myrtle Beach Offers Hot Fun in the Wintertime

Myrtle Beach Offers Lots of Christmas Cheer This Time of Year

Myrtle Beach is better known as a summer playground than a winter wonderland, but longtime visitors know another side of the Grand Strand – one filled with holiday-themed events, festivals and shows. Guests at Breakers Resort can enjoy a wide selection of Christmas activities. Here are some of the Grand Strand's holiday highlights:
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Myrtle Beach Offers Lots of Christmas Cheer This Time of Year

Myrtle Beach Takes Center Stage for Dance and Cheerleading Competitions

There was a time not too long ago when cheerleaders stayed on the sidelines and dance teams were only for halftime shows. Those days are happily in the past now that cheer and dance have been widely accepted as sanctioned sports, and they have exploded in popularity in recent years thanks to national TV exposure and competitions. The two sports have spread like a human wave across the country and beyond, making them among the top five activities for young girls. With more than 3 million cheerleaders in the United States and about half as many dancers participating in group events,…
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Myrtle Beach Takes Center Stage for Dance and Cheerleading Competitions

Top 5 Ways to Work off Thanksgiving Dinner in Myrtle Beach

More and more vacationers are discovering the Grand Strand as a great place to spend the Thanksgiving holidays, and why not? Instead of another day of food and football in front of the same dinner table and TV, guests are opting for a long weekend in the lap of luxury in Myrtle Beach at the Breakers Resort, and a trouble-free Thanksgiving dinner at a local restaurant. Forget about the cooking and cleaning and relax in your renovated room in front of the flat-screen TV. Kick back on a comfortable bed and fall asleep watching football from the effects of a Thanksgiving feast of turkey…
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Top 5 Ways to Work off Thanksgiving Dinner in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach Open for Business Following South Carolina Flooding

Many areas in the state of South Carolina are still drying out in the wake of the record rainfall and flooding, but the Breakers Resort and the city of Myrtle Beach are open for business and ready to host your autumn beach getaway. The Grand Strand escaped much of the major flooding in South Carolina that devastated some areas of the state. Only days after parts of the Palmetto State experienced as much as 2 feet of rain in the first week of October, Myrtle Beach was high and dry, and ready to do what it does best. "We are fortunate our beaches are up and running and ready for…
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Myrtle Beach Open for Business Following South Carolina Flooding

Great Danes and Good Times Coming to Dog Show in Myrtle Beach

The city of Myrtle Beach is ready to go to the dogs for the week of Oct. 25-31 for the Great Dane Club of America's annual meeting and convention at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Hundreds of the jumbo-sized dogs and their proud owners will converge on the town to share their passion for the popular dog breed. Held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, the event is only two blocks away from the pet-friendly Breakers Resort on the downtown oceanfront. Convention guests can find great accommodations for their dogs and themselves at the spacious Breakers Resort, including easy…
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Great Danes and Good Times Coming to Dog Show in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Watch Football in Myrtle Beach

If baseball is America's pastime, then football is America's full-time. Millions of fans flock to the stadiums and tailgate parties to catch all the hard-hitting action and root for the home team, but that can be tough to do when you are away on vacation. But not in Myrtle Beach, where there are plenty of great sports bars, many of them close to Breakers Resort, to let you take a timeout from your vacation to watch the big game. Whether you prefer college football or the NFL, you can see them all at these five sports hot spots on the Grand Strand:
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Top 5 Places to Watch Football in Myrtle Beach

Hit the Ground Running at Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon

See the city of Myrtle Beach like you've never seen it before, and get a little exercise while you're at it, at the 2015 Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon. The sixth annual road race and event are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 17-18, for two days of fun, fitness and foot traffic through the sealed-off streets of Myrtle Beach, and staying at the Breakers Resort puts you in the middle of all the action. Featuring a 13.1-mile course that weaves through some of the Sun Fun Capital's most popular attractions, the Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon welcomes thousands of runners and their…
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Hit the Ground Running at Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon

Breakers Welcomes Ben & Jerry’s to Resort’s Long List of Amenities

Breakers Resort, the first name in Myrtle Beach vacations, has teamed up with the two biggest names in the ice cream business, Ben & Jerry’s, and the two entities have a lot more in common than the new venture that brings one of America’s most popular franchises to one of the best resorts in America’s most popular family vacation destination. The international ice cream chain is the latest additions to the Breakers Resort property in downtown Myrtle Beach. Located on the resort premises at the corner of Ocean Boulevard and 21st Avenue North, the world famous, American-born and…
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Breakers Welcomes Ben & Jerry’s to Resort’s Long List of Amenities

Breakers Resort Offers New GuestExpress App

Breakers Resort has been offering relaxing Myrtle Beach vacations to its guests for more than 75 years. Now the experience just got easier with the new GuestExpress App, the latest technology to make your stay even better. Created by the Myrtle Beach-based company Fuel, a leader in the travel, tourism and technology industries, GuestExpress provides visitors with a simple and effective program that can be downloaded on your mobile phone or computer. Your device becomes your key to enjoying all the great things the Breakers has to offer. With the touch of a button, Breakers guests gain…
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Breakers Resort Offers New GuestExpress App

Five Ways to Save Money on Your Fall Myrtle Beach Vacation

The leaves and the temperatures aren't the only things that drop in the fall. In Myrtle Beach, so do the crowds and, more importantly, the prices. The offseason presents a wealth of saving opportunities for savvy visitors looking for a fun and affordable fall getaway. All money talk aside, the autumn is the ideal time to vacation in Myrtle Beach. The humidity breaks to provide warm and sunny days and cool and comfortable nights, and the lower numbers create a more-laid back environment than the hectic summer season. But throw in the fact that you can vacation for fractions of what you…
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Five Ways to Save Money on Your Fall Myrtle Beach Vacation

Breakers is the Place to be for Fall Festivals in Myrtle Beach

If you have only vacationed in Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are missing out. Although the summertime is the peak tourist season for fun in the surf, sand and sun, the autumn is prime time for festivals on the Grand Strand, and the Breakers Resort is your headquarters for hitting all the hot spots during the fall festival season. It all kicks off Labor Day weekend, and guests at the Breakers are within 1 mile of two of the biggest events in town.
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Breakers is the Place to be for Fall Festivals in Myrtle Beach

Have a Splashing Good Time at Myrtle Beach Waterparks

Guests at the Breakers Resort can be forgiven if they opt not to visit a waterpark. After all, you only need to take a few steps outside your door to find all kinds of aquatic attractions, like the Pirate Ship kiddie pool and playground, the 418-foot lazy river and indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Oh yeah, did we mention the Atlantic Ocean? But for those who can't seem to get enough of the wet stuff, Myrtle Beach is home to several waterparks that offer plenty of thrills and chills. But you had better act fast because they all turn off their faucets after Labor Day weekend. With…
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Have a Splashing Good Time at Myrtle Beach Waterparks

Top 5 Reasons to Stay at the Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach

For more than 75 years the Breakers have been welcoming vacationers to the Myrtle Beach oceanfront with open arms and true Southern hospitality. Over the years the Breakers has constantly updated its facilities and expanded its original property to keep generations of guests coming back year after year. If that's not enough to convince you to stay and play at the Breakers, here are our top five reasons to make it your next vacation home:
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Top 5 Reasons to Stay at the Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach

The Breakers: Good Food and Fun Amenities

The Breakers Resort boasts some of the best amenities on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, but two new and recently upgraded attractions have taken things at the resort to the next level. The new Rusty Reel Bar & Grill opened the summer on the ground floor of the Palmetto Tower, while the expanded Pirates Cove aquatic playground is even more fun than ever before. Welcoming families to the Myrtle Beach oceanfront for nearly 75 years, The Breakers continues to update its amenities and facilities to provide the best possible vacation destination for its guests. That philosophy is reflected in…
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The Breakers: Good Food and Fun Amenities

Top 6 Myrtle Beach Seafood Buffets

The Grand Strand is literally swimming in seafood. Take a few steps into the surf and you are standing in the same body of water as your dinner if you visit one of the many local seafood restaurants. And what better way to fill up than one of the many buffets? Myrtle Beach has so many seafood smorgasbords to choose from that you could eat all you an eat every night of the week and still not scratch the surface. But since you have a limited amount of time (and a limit on how much seafood you can hold), here's our list of the top six seafood buffets. Why top six instead of top five?…
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Top 6 Myrtle Beach Seafood Buffets

Five Best Beachwear Ideas for Your Myrtle Beach Vacation

You are packed and ready for your Myrtle Beach vacation – except for your beachwear. There are a few items you need to pick up before you are truly beach ready, but some of the items might be harder to find at more inland areas. Of course, Myrtle Beach is filled with beachwear stores, surf shops and swimsuit boutiques, so you might want to wait until you arrive before checking off the rest of your list. In addition to the bargain beachwear stores you will find on virtually every corner, there are popular places like the Gay Dolphin Gift Cove, Tsunami Surf Shop, and Tiki Jim’s,…
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Five Best Beachwear Ideas for Your Myrtle Beach Vacation

Don’t Forget to Pack These Items for Your Myrtle Beach Vacation

Packing for your Myrtle Beach vacation? Add some of these oft-forgotten items to your check list:
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Don’t Forget to Pack These Items for Your Myrtle Beach Vacation

Top 5 Beach Games for Myrtle Beach

You really don't have to play games to have a good time on the beach. Between the sand, surf and sun, there's plenty of fun to be had without turning it into a contest. By yourself? Bring a book or fly a kite. Got friends? Toss around the pigskin or a Frisbee. But there's something about the beach that brings out the competitive spirit among family, friends and even complete strangers who become quick friends over a good-natured game. Here are five great ways to enjoy a little friendly competition on the beach:
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Top 5 Beach Games for Myrtle Beach

Saddle up to go Horseback Riding on the Grand Strand

If you've ever read a romance novel or seen this classic scene on the silver screen, you've probably fantasized about riding a horse on the beach. It truly is a unique experience to gallop on the sand and through the surf from atop a beautiful steed. However, the city of Myrtle Beach and surrounding municipalities have laws against horseback riding on the beach for most of the year. After all, no one wants to trample an unsuspecting tourist. The sport is limited to the winter months (November through February in Myrtle Beach and Horry County) when there's plenty of room to ride a…
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Saddle up to go Horseback Riding on the Grand Strand

Top Four Places to Take Cooking Classes in Myrtle Beach

Part of the joy of vacation is letting others cook for you for a change at the more than 1,700 restaurants on the Grand Strand. But if cooking is your idea of fun, Myrtle Beach has that too. From fun cooking programs designed specifically for kids to serious culinary arts programs for adults, Myrtle Beach has a wide range of classes available for foodies. Check out these locations for cooking classes:
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Top Four Places to Take Cooking Classes in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Family Friendly Nighttime Activities in Myrtle Beach

Finding something fun to do in Myrtle Beach during the daylight hours doesn’t require a lot of thought. Breakers Resort’s guests can simply stroll to the beach or the hotel pool, play a round of golf, or hit the waterpark or any number of local attractions. Your options are just as varied after the sun goes down, if you know where to go. Here are five fun ways for families to spend a hot summer night in Myrtle Beach:
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Top 5 Family Friendly Nighttime Activities in Myrtle Beach

Last Minute Info on Carolina Country Music Festival

The inaugural Carolina Country Music Festival is all plugged in and ready for sound check as the city of Myrtle Beach and concert officials are putting the finishing touches on the June 4-7 downtown festival. Four days of live music from more than 35 big-name country music stars, more than 20,000 fans expected to attend the event in the downtown district, and the effort to transform the former Myrtle Beach Pavilion amusement park site into a major concert venue are among the many challenges that are coming together at the last minute. So are some important details that concert-goers…
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Last Minute Info on Carolina Country Music Festival

Carolina Opry has Proud History of Entertaining Myrtle Beach

As a country music performer, Calvin Gilmore was a popular member of the Grand Ole Opry. But when he came to Myrtle Beach in the 1980s, he brought an authentic slice of the Nashville showcase with him. After opening and playing various venues on the Grand Strand, Gilmore eventually opened the Carolina Opry in Myrtle Beach. The largest country music venue on the East Coast attracts fans from all over the world to experience top-notch entertainment in America’s No. 1 family vacation destination. Gilmore opened the original Carolina Opry in Surfside Beach and delighted fans with an…
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Carolina Opry has Proud History of Entertaining Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach

Pizza, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. New Yorkers swear by thin crust, Chicagoans love deep dish, and sophisticated pallets prefer the new lines of specialty pies that are like a meal on top of a crust. Whichever way you want your pizza, Myrtle Beach is filled with options. Although there seems to be a pizza parlor on every corner, this list has narrowed your choices down to a handful of outstanding pies:
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Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Shops on Ocean Boulevard

“The Strip,” as Ocean Boulevard in downtown Myrtle Beach is commonly called, is famous for its oceanfront restaurants and beach bars and neon-lit attractions. But sprinkled in between are some of the Grand Strand’s most unique shopping opportunities. From the basic beachwear stores to one-of-a-kind novelty shops, here are five places you don’t want to skip when you’re on The Strip:
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Top 5 Shops on Ocean Boulevard

Driving Tips and Tricks for Getting Around Myrtle Beach

Driving in a strange town can be scary, especially in a bustling tourist destination like Myrtle Beach. Not only are you unfamiliar with the roads, but neither are many of the drivers around you. Factor in the gawkers behind the wheel who are rubber-necking to catch a glimpse of all the wacky attractions and you've got a recipe for disaster, or at least for spending your vacation behind the wheel. It's best to follow these driving tips for getting around the Strand:
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Driving Tips and Tricks for Getting Around Myrtle Beach

WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach

Myrtle Beach is filled with attractions that offer mindless fun. After all, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to slip down a waterslide or rocket down a roller coaster. But there is one attraction that offers some educational value to go with the good times – WonderWorks at Broadway at the Beach.
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WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach

Five Beach Toys to Keep the Kids Entertained

Even on a Myrtle Beach vacation, it’s not enough just to take kids to the beach any more. The millennial generation needs to be entertained or they are quick to escape back into their cell phones and video games for amusement. But there are several toys and games you can invest a few bucks in to keep them engaged and active on the beach. Not the cheap plastic toys from the bargain beachwear stores that the little ones break almost as soon as they open them. Here are five high-quality toys and games that will keep your little ones (and even the big ones in your party).
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Five Beach Toys to Keep the Kids Entertained

Six Places to Grab a Bite at Breakers Resort

There are many reasons to spend your vacation at Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach, but one of them is the abundance of on-site dining opportunities. There's no reason to go out for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks or treats when you can find it all just steps away from your room on the Breakers' lobby or property. In fact, guests could spend the entire week without leaving the premises and still eat like kings. The availability of food and beverage, in addition to all the great amenities at the Breakers, make it possible to have a complete vacation experience without the hassle of…
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Six Places to Grab a Bite at Breakers Resort

Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April

Springtime marks the start of the festival season on the Grand Strand, and this year is no different. From free concerts and fireworks shows to several arts and crafts events highlight the Myrtle Beach social calendar this spring. Here’s a list of some of the many fun events this month:
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Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April

Myrtle Beach Offers Wide Variety of Fishing Options

Myrtle Beach may be famous for golf, but fishing may be its best-kept sports secret. Folks know about the fresh seafood in the restaurants and the fishing boats that bring it to shore, but few consider the fun and exciting alternative of catching your own buffet. From the deeper waters far off the coast to the inland streams and rivers, the Grand Strand offers lots of ways to wet a line:
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Myrtle Beach Offers Wide Variety of Fishing Options

Where You Can and Can’t Take Fido in Myrtle Beach

If you think Myrtle Beach's animal laws are confusing, just imagine how your dog must feel. Our four-legged friends don't understand terms like "custody" and "jurisdiction"; they just want to run and play on the beach and have a good time with their owners. It's up to the humans to understand where your dog can and cannot go, and when they can go there. Understanding the laws in the area you are visiting depends on where and when you are staying. The laws can vary greatly from town to town, even from block to block. Guests at the Breakers Resort are within the city limits of Myrtle…
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Where You Can and Can’t Take Fido in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Myrtle Beach boasts more to see and do than anyone could cover during one spring break. Between the beach, golf courses, shops and restaurants, there’s no problem keeping busy. But for those looking for a little something different, somewhere you won’t get lost in the crowds, check out this list of five places that are perfect for a spring break excursion:
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Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Myrtle Beach Segway Offers Tours, Rentals

The easiest way to get around the Grand Strand also happens to be the most fun. Myrtle Beach Segway, the only place in town to ride these personal transportation devices, provides Segway rentals and tours for visitors looking for a unique way to spend a day. For those unfamiliar with the Segway, it's a two-wheeled electric vehicle that allows riders to stand and glide their way around town. In addition to offering training with every rental, Myrtle Beach Segway also offers tours and excursions to make riding even more enjoyable. See the Strand on one of these state-of-the-art,…
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Myrtle Beach Segway Offers Tours, Rentals

Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach

Hold on to your cowboy hats … the big one is coming. Country music fans in Myrtle Beach and beyond have good reason to click their booted heels, as the inaugural Carolina Country Music Fest is coming HERE, to Myrtle Beach, June 5-7. The three-day Myrtle Beach festival on the beach will feature Eric Church, Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Big & Rich and more. Yes, more. Who could possibly add to that? Oh, you’ll see soon enough. New acts, over 30 in total, will be announced weekly. Just picture it: toes in the sand, wind in your hair, and the sounds of your own cheers along with…
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Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

There's a big difference between coming down with spring fever and March Madness, although it is possible to catch a bad cases of both at the same time. For basketball fans, getting their warm-weather fix in Myrtle Beach during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's a double dose of hoops and heat. So what's a hot-blooded hoops fan to do during this sacred month of March, miss out on the action on the court or the action on the beach? For guests at The Breakers, you don't have to choose between the two. Here's a list of the top five places to catch the game after you soak up some sun:
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Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

Five Signs that Spring is Around the Corner in Myrtle Beach

Science calls it the “vernal equinox,” but you don’t have to be a climatologist to know when it’s almost springtime. That’s especially true of Myrtle Beach, where blooming flowers and neon lights create a colorful combination for visitors to enjoy. From the natural beauty of the Carolina coastline to the manmade wonders of attractions, restaurants and shopping centers, everything seems to spring to life in Myrtle Beach during the same magical months of March, April and May. The calendar and thermometer work in concert with the various activities in town. Here are five…
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Five Signs that Spring is Around the Corner in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks

Myrtle Beach is popular for its many manmade attractions, such as thrill parks, restaurants and shopping centers, but the natural beauty of the Grand Strand is its best kept secret. The South Carolina coastal region, known for its sandy beaches, tidal creeks and salt marshes, is one of the most scenic in the United States, and is perfectly preserved at two local state parks. Myrtle Beach State Park is located on the southernmost end of the Myrtle Beach city limits and offers 312 acres of pristine maritime forest. The land was donated by the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and…
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Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks

Catch a Concert at House of Blues in 2015

The House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach opened in 1997 at Barefoot Landing, and the Grand Strand music scene has never been the same. The lack of a viable, mid-sized concert venue cost the Myrtle Beach music scene as touring acts frequently bypasses our corner of the South Carolina coast. But the House of Blues changed all that. The main concert hall, which holds more than 2,000 spectators, began booking major musical acts to its stage, and locals and visitors hungry for live shows responded in kind, packing the venue for all kinds of shows over the year. 2015 is no different. The…
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Catch a Concert at House of Blues in 2015

Tips for Planning your Summer Beach Wedding at The Breakers

A beach wedding is more than a grand romantic gesture; it's also a smart decision for couples who want someone else to take care of all the details so they can enjoy their special day. At The Breakers Resort, making dream weddings come true is what we do. Located on the oceanfront in downtown Myrtle Beach, The Breakers offers first-class wedding services and facilities, as well as an experienced and knowledgeable staff to accommodate the happy couple and their entire wedding party for the special occasion. Featuring a scenic oceanfront lawn area for outdoor weddings and a beautiful…
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Tips for Planning your Summer Beach Wedding at The Breakers

Breakers Resort Hosts 18th Annual Myrtle Beach Marathon

The Breakers Resort caters to visitors who are looking for a wonderful place on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront to relax. But once each winter The Breakers also welcomes folks who are on the go – for 26.2 miles, in fact. The Breakers will serve as a host hotel for the 18th Annual MyrtleBeach.com on Feb. 14, giving hundreds of runners a comfortable place to rest their heads – and legs – after completing the long course that winds through the streets of Myrtle Beach. Not only will special Myrtle Beach Marathon functions ne held at the resort, but guests can look forward to resting and…
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Breakers Resort Hosts 18th Annual Myrtle Beach Marathon

Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach

Super Bowl XLIX is right around the corner, and so are some of the Grand Strand’s best sports bars for guests at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach. Sure, you can watch the game in the privacy and comfort of your oceanfront nest, but the Super Bowl is more than a game; it’s a social event. For those who prefer to get out and about for the big game, here’s a list of five can’t-miss sports bars in the Myrtle Beach area where you can celebrate (or drown your sorrows, depending on the outcome) with fellow fans.
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Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach

Give a child a gift, watch him play with the empty box. But showing a kid a good time and letting them spend their own holiday cash is something special, and something memorable. Here are five places where you can take the kids for a little holiday fun:
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Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach

Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand

Myrtle Beach’s spring golf season tees off a little bit sooner and is a whole lot sweeter in 2015 with the addition of the inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic. The three-day, 54-hole tournament will bring 200 golfers to six of the area's top courses to tee off the upcoming spring golf season with fun and friendly competition. The Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic will feature three days of golf under different rules formats, meals and parties for all tournament participants, and gifts, contests, drawings and giveaways. Most of all, the tourney will provide lots of good camaraderie…
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Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

When most people think of Myrtle Beach, summer springs to mind, and for good reason. Myrtle Beach is known as the Sun Fun Capital for all its summertime activities, like amusement park rides, water park slides, surfing the waves and relaxing on the beach. But if you've only visited Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are only getting part of the big picture. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch of coast that surrounds Myrtle Beach, is a year-round destination with lots going on in the "offseason." Many of the 14 million annual visitors to the area do so in the spring, fall and winter.
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Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

Experience the Great Outdoors Indoors at Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo

Perhaps no other event in the Myrtle Beach area is as underrated and more modestly named than the Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo. Yes, there are boats, and lots of them. And, of course, there are lots of sportsmen on hand to check out the latest in outdoor sports.But this 31st annual event, held Jan. 9-11 in the main ballroom of the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, has so much more than the name indicates. Featuring a wide selection of fishing, hunting and other recreational-sports related gear and gadgets, the Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo is the ultimate place to…
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Experience the Great Outdoors Indoors at Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo

Frequently Asked Questions at The Breakers Resort

Come read up on some frequently asked questions regarding our resort policies, procedures, and offerings.
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Frequently Asked Questions at The Breakers Resort

Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach

You’re treating yourself to a brief Christmas break in Myrtle Beach, but there’s no time for fun and games. This visit is all about holiday shopping for others and finding the best ideas and gifts for the loved ones on your list. The Grand Strand has you covered no matter how many or how hard the people on your shopping list are to satisfy, you will find everything you are looking for and more at the shops and stores of Myrtle Beach. And not only can you pick up gifts, you can also get into the holiday spirit at these hot spots. Here are five places to purchase all your holiday…
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Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach

Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner at Breakers’ Papa’s Restaurant

What's the only thing better than going home for a Thanksgiving dinner at Mama's? How about a trip to the beach for a holiday feast at Papa's Restaurant in Myrtle Beach? The Breakers Resort's on-site restaurant will host its annual Thanksgiving Holiday Buffet on Thursday, giving guests the perfect excuse to use the occasion for a beach trip. Skip out on the cooking and cleaning and let Papa's handle all the details while you chow down on an all-you-can-eat feast and head back to your room for a nice nap.
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Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner at Breakers’ Papa’s Restaurant

Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

The most important meal of the day also happens to be the most plentiful on the Grand Strand, where pancake houses and country cooking restaurants serve up hearty servings of breakfast every morning. Whether you’re hitting the golf course or the beach or planning a full day of shopping, there are plenty of places to fuel up before you start your day with a tasty breakfast. Here is a list of seven places to get a delicious first-meal every day of the week:
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Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

Enjoy a Catered Holiday Feast at The Breakers Resort

Guests spending the holidays at The Breakers Resort have plenty of options for a traditional family feast without leaving the property. From the on-site restaurant to catering services and take-out dinners and nearby eateries that stay open for the holidays, the choices for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners are as plentiful as the dishes at your table. Here's a list of options for finding the perfect holiday feast for your party:
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Enjoy a Catered Holiday Feast at The Breakers Resort

Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand

No one wants to spend Thanksgiving working over a hot stove and rattling pots and pans, especially while vacationing. Never fear, at least not with all of the Myrtle Beach restaurants serving traditional holiday meals to celebrate the special occasion. Whether you are looking for a large family feast of the traditional turkey with all the trimmings or a more unique approach to Thanksgiving dinner with fresh local seafood and a Lowcountry twist, the Grand Strand has a wide selection of restaurants all tastes and price ranges. Reservations are strongly encouraged and required at some of…
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Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand

Ledford Family Discovers Vacation Magic at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach

Forgive Jenny Ledford if she hasn't taken a vacation in a long time. With three daughters involved in school, sports and other activities, she has more pressing matters to attend to. But that's part of what made her recent visit to Myrtle Beach even more special. Not only is it the first time she has been on "a real vacation" in years, it was also her first chance to see the ocean."We're softball parents, so the only travel we've been able to do is to different tournaments," said Ledford, who hails from Ohio. "My mother-in-law said she would like for us to go, and we were so excited.…
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Ledford Family Discovers Vacation Magic at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach

It can't be all fun in the sun during your Myrtle Beach vacation. After all, the sun is down for half the day, and rainy, cloudy or way-too-humid weather can put a stop to outdoor activities. Those are the times to go catch a flick on one of the many movie theaters on the Grand Strand. Featuring all the latest releases plus more popular, second-run films, this top five list of Myrtle Beach movie theaters has what you're looking for. Whether it's a daytime matinee or a late-night showing, you can relax, snack on some popcorn and take in the box-office favorites at one of these locations:
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Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach

Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play

Imagine playing the Grand Strand's best courses - all in one week. Here's your chance with the inaugural Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, and upstart tournament that will be held at eight of the top-rated layouts among the more than 100 golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area. Scheduled for November 17-20, the Myrtle Beach Fall Classic allows golfers to take their best shots the Grand Strand's best courses for a $325 entry fee, which includes four rounds of golf, two post-round functions with food and drink and a gift bag loaded with Myrtle Beach golf apparel and memorabilia.
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Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play

Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand

Most people come to Myrtle Beach to have fun, not to be frightened, but the two emotions come together in October with a trick-or-treat bag full of festivals and special events. Here are the top 10 ways to celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand:
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Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand

Breakers Opens Doors to Top Tournament Basketball Teams

Future stars of the NBA and WNBA will be playing in Myrtle Beach and staying at The Breakers Resort for two of the elite high school basketball tournaments in the country. The 17th annual CresCom Bank Holiday Invitational (Dec. 17-22) and the 31st annual Beach Ball Classic (Dec. 26-31) will be held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center over the holidays, attracting some of the nation's top teams and players from 15 different states. This year, the hundreds of players, coaches, fans, and scouts will be staying at The Breakers Resort, the new official headquarters for the tournaments.…
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Breakers Opens Doors to Top Tournament Basketball Teams

Top 5 Places to Watch College Football in Myrtle Beach

College football is king in the South, and the Grand Strand is no different. In fact, maybe even more so since so many visitors and transplants come to Myrtle Beach and bring their allegiances with them. That creates some good-natured debates among fans from rival schools and conferences, especially on game days. But what fun is it to watch alone in your hotel room when you can catch the game with fellow fans and future friends. Find folks wearing the same-colored jersey so you can have someone to high-five when you’re winning and console when you’re losing. Either way, there are…
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Top 5 Places to Watch College Football in Myrtle Beach

Breakers Resort Going Pet-Friendly in Myrtle Beach

Good news for pet lovers and their furry, four-legged friends: Beginning Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, the oceanfront Breakers Resort Myrtle Beach will open its doors to pets. The Breakers' new pet-friendly policy will allow guests staying in the Seaside building to bring up to two pets, cats or dogs weighing less than 40 pounds only, per room. A $25 per day non-refundable pet fee will be charged.
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Breakers Resort Going Pet-Friendly in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
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Myrtle Beach From A to Z

The Breakers Makes Weddings Memorable for Happy Couples

During a Grand Strand vacation two years ago, Todd Baker proposed to Sarah Blencowe and the two decided it was only fitting that they get married in Myrtle Beach. Romantic? Yes. But for mother Nancy Blencowe, who was charged with organizing the affair from her home in New York, the pressure to produce a perfect wedding seemed overwhelming ... until she found The Breakers Resort. Last Saturday, the event went off without a hitc
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The Breakers Makes Weddings Memorable for Happy Couples

Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway

The neon lights and high-rise hotels of Myrtle Beach is only 15 miles away from the peaceful, riverfront town of Conway, SC, but the contrast in scenery makes it seem like it’s a world away. Far removed from the attractions and tourism-related businesses of the Grand Strand, Conway is a small Southern town of 18,000 that is rich in history and Southern charm. Located on the banks of the Waccamaw River, the city was originally established as the village of Kingston back in 1732 and grew into a major economic hub in the 19th century due to trade and commerce via the river and railway…
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Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway

Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach has championship golf course, first-class restaurants and award-winning theaters for adults, and roller coasters, thrill rides and water slides for the teens and tweens. But what about the little ones, who aren’t quite tall enough to board the rides and are still too young to old enough to enjoy dinner and a show? Never fear; Myrtle Beach has lots of fun things to see and do for young children beyond the beach and hotel kiddie pool. Here are five fun and safe attractions to keep the little ones entertained.
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Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach

Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach

If you’re looking for that one of a kind item you can’t find anywhere else, or if you just have an eye for art and an appreciation for craftsmanship, the Myrtle Beach Convention Center is the place to be Aug. 1-3. The 31st Annual Craftsman’s Classic Arts & Crafts Show returns to the main showroom at the Convention Center for one of the top events in the Southeast. Owned and operated by Gilmore Enterprises in North Carolina, this regional tour circuit brings works by some of the top artists in their fields, many of whom are on hand to demonstrate their craftwork and provide…
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Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach

Taking a Pub-Crawl Around The Breakers Resort

Guests at The Breakers Resort on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront are quick to learn that there's no better place for a frozen drink and a cold beer than the Red Parrot Oceanfront Bar & Grill. But some may not be aware that they are staying near one of the best stretches of bars in Myrtle Beach. From chilling on the beach to catching your favorite sports teams in action, guests at The Breakers is within walking distance of watering holes where you can quench your thirst. Here are three hot spots in the neighborhood you should hit on your pub crawl.
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Taking a Pub-Crawl Around The Breakers Resort

Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom

There’s only one place Myrtle Beach visitors can experience breath-taking thrills and wild-water chills in one place, and that’s the Family Kingdom Amusement Park and Waterpark. Located in the heart of the downtown district on Ocean Boulevard, Family Kingdom offers two parks in one. The 13-acre Family Kingdom amusement park, the only oceanfront amusement park in Myrtle Beach, is just across the street from Splashes, the only oceanfront waterpark in Myrtle Beach.
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Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom

Taking a Sushi Break at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Spending the day at the beach can make a body hungry, especially for some of the goodies that come fresh from the sea. Of course, it’s a lot easier to go to a sushi restaurant than to try to catch dinner yourself, and there are many excellent choices nearby The Breakers. Here are three places for guests at our Myrtle Beach resort to get their sushi fix.
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Taking a Sushi Break at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Breakers Resort and Beyond

Located at the junction of 21st Avenue North and Ocean Boulevard in downtown Myrtle Beach, The Breakers Resort is ideally situated for guests looking to venture off the property. Close enough to walk, hike or bike to many of Myrtle Beach’s top attractions, The Breakers Resort give guests the best of both worlds – outstanding accommodations and amenities on-site and great dining, shopping and attractions just beyond your front door. Here are some popular spots in the neighborhood.
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Breakers Resort and Beyond

Six tips for protecting your kids from the sun in Myrtle Beach

Too much of a good thing can be bad. Such is the case for summer fun in the Myrtle Beach sun. Summertime is upon us, and that means painful sunburns and peeling skin ... but it doesn't have to. Not only is the sun closer and stronger during the summer months, but being around the water, whether in the ocean or the hotel pool, reflects and intensifies the more harmful rays. Protecting yourself and your children from the sun without sounding like the fun police can be a bit of a trick, but not if you follow these simple tips to a great but safe family summer in Myrtle Beach.
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Six tips for protecting your kids from the sun in Myrtle Beach

Breakers Resort Overview

For more than 80 years the Breakers Resort has been helping guests make Myrtle Beach vacation memories, and now the resort is even bigger and better than ever. Occupying three buildings on Ocean Boulevard in the downtown district, the Breakers Resort Myrtle Beach has recently completed a series of renovations to improve both the accommodations and the amenities on the property. The Boutique North Tower, Palms Tower and Paradise Tower feature luxurious units ranging from one-bedroom efficiencies to three-bedroom suites.
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Breakers Resort Overview

The Breakers Resort: Where Myrtle Beach History Meets Fun

Different accountings of Myrtle Beach history disagree on exactly when The Breakers first opened its doors to visitors to Myrtle Beach. Some documents say the original building was built in 1927, but a March 1974 copy of Along the Coast Vacationer’s Guide includes quotes from the original proprietor, Mrs. T.S. Means, who said The Breakers was first opened as a guesthouse in 1931.
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The Breakers Resort: Where Myrtle Beach History Meets Fun

Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market

One of the best ways to get to know a spot like Myrtle Beach is through its food. And when that food is the freshest organic produce and delicious meats and dairy, we know we’re in for something special. Myrtle Beach’s weekly Ovis Hill Farmers Market has for the last 12 years been offering residents and visitors alike the pick of the south, which is why we pick it when we want the very best of the season.
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Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market

You Don’t Need to Leave Breakers Resort for a Bite: Ben & Jerry’s, Starbucks and More All Onsite

One of the best things about staying at a resort like Breakers is the fact that you don’t have to leave the resort if you don’t want to. Not only is the beach right outside your back door, but there are plenty of options for food and refreshment right onsite!
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You Don’t Need to Leave Breakers Resort for a Bite: Ben & Jerry’s, Starbucks and More All Onsite

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Teens

Family vacations change over time, as kids grow up and their tastes change. Fortunately, great vacation destinations like Myrtle Beach offer up fun activities for every stage of life, from toddler-friendly activities to kid zones and even great activities for the retiree crowd.
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Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Teens

Flying with Children: Getting to Myrtle Beach by Air

Traveling with kids can bring added challenges. But plane treks are often a much better choice for travel to Myrtle Beach. They can be more affordable, save time or both, which translates to more time at the beach! Being prepared can help you avoid some of the headaches that often accompany flying with children. Here are few tips and things you should know.
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Flying with Children: Getting to Myrtle Beach by Air
The Breakers Resort Still Thriving After More Than 80 Years in Myrtle Beach

Let the Kiddos Play the Day Away at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Let’s face it — when you are on your much-deserved family vacation, having plenty of activities to keep the kiddos content and happy makes the getaway more enjoyable for everyone. Many guests return to The Breakers Resort year after year because of the nearby attractions and included amenities catering to young children. Here are a few kid-friendly reasons families keep coming back to The Breakers:
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Let the Kiddos Play the Day Away at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

The Breakers Offers the Best Backyard on the Beachfront

Millions of visitors spend their vacations in Myrtle Beach each year to take advantage of the beautiful beaches, oceanfront pools, aquatic playgrounds, beach bars, live entertainment and family friendly fun. Guests at The Breakers Resort can enjoy all of the above without leaving the best backyard in Myrtle Beach. Located on the longest stretch of oceanfront property in the downtown district, The Breakers offers a great vacation in a resort paradise, a place where you are only an elevator ride away from your luxury accommodations to the best amenities on the beach. Home to more than…
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The Breakers Offers the Best Backyard on the Beachfront

Cheers and Bottoms Up at the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest

Beer has come a long way in recent years. Once considered the swill of choice for Joe Six-Pack, the beverage has been elevated to wine-like levels when it comes to production, diversity and even snobbery. From the art of the brewing process to the explosion of microbreweries, the buzz over handcrafted beer has created a wide-open market that rivals that of wineries. Featuring more than 20 breweries serving 100-plus unique flavors of beer, the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest has become quite a hit among both local and visiting beer aficionados. The eighth annual edition of the event, scheduled…
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Cheers and Bottoms Up at the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest

Make the Breakers Your Home for the Carolina Country Music Festival

Just as country music has traditional and contemporary genres, the Breakers Resort in downtown Myrtle Beach also offers a mix of the old and the new. Hosting memorable family vacations for more than 85 years, the Breakers has kept up with the changing times with upgraded facilities, remodeled accommodations and modern amenities to become Myrtle Beach's most popular resort. For those looking to enjoy a weekend of country concerts in style, the Breakers is offering discounted rooms and tickets to the Second Annual Carolina Country Music Festival in downtown Myrtle Beach, about a mile…
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Make the Breakers Your Home for the Carolina Country Music Festival

The Five Best Ways to Get Around Town in Myrtle Beach

One of the many great things about staying at The Breakers Resort on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront is the convenient location. With some of the Grand Strand's top attractions, dining and shopping within walking distance of the resort, guests can get around much of the town on their own two feet. Just put one foot in front of the other to stroll to the beach, the Boardwalk or Ocean Boulevard. For the more adventurous types, there are several other great ways to check out the area in true Myrtle Beach style. Whether you want to get some exercise while exploring the Grand Strand or simply…
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The Five Best Ways to Get Around Town in Myrtle Beach

Broadway at the Beach Unveils Big Changes for 2016

Broadway at the Beach has been Myrtle Beach's most popular entertainment, shopping, dining and nightlife complex for two decades. There have been a few changes over the years as stores and restaurants come and go, but nothing on the scale of the extreme makeover Broadway at the Beach recently announced with lots of new openings, closings and relocations. Although many of the changes have been speculated for some time, there were a few surprises concerning Broadway's new lineup for 2016. Construction is currently underway in earnest as Broadway hopes to have all the alterations in…
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Broadway at the Beach Unveils Big Changes for 2016

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day All Week Long in Myrtle Beach

You don't have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, and you don't have to be in Myrtle Beach on the official March 17 date to get in on the festivities. Because St. Patrick's Day falls on a Thursday, the Irish-themed parties are spread out over two weekends so you can get more than your fill of green beer with corned beef and cabbage on the Grand Strand. Guests at the Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort are literally in the middle of all the action, with major celebrations set on the North, Central and South Strand. There are also numerous smaller parties hosted by local bars and…
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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day All Week Long in Myrtle Beach

Big Changes Coming to Broadway at the Beach in 2016

Longtime Myrtle Beach visitors will notice some big-time changes at Broadway at the Beach's Celebrity Square in 2016, beginning with the centerpiece of the popular nightlife district. Hard Rock Cafe, located in the pyramid-shaped building since Broadway at the Beach's opening in 1995, is giving up its prime position to another big name in the entertainment industry. A craft beer and country cooking restaurant are also part of the new lineup for Broadway at the Beach visitors. Although many of the changes have not yet been announced or made official by Broadway at the Beach or the new…
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Big Changes Coming to Broadway at the Beach in 2016

22nd Annual Quilt Gala Blankets the Grand Strand

The Grand Strand is more commonly associated with beach blankets and towels than traditional Southern quilts. But, perfect for the winter season, the Myrtle Beach area becomes home of the popular Quilt Gala on the last weekend of February. Held Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26-27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., this event attracts a large crowd of quilt-makers and enthusiasts to see these homemade and handmade blankets on display. Much like the Horry County Museum that hosts the 22nd annual event, the Quilt Gala also has a new location and an expanded lineup to bring more folks into the historic fold.
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22nd Annual Quilt Gala Blankets the Grand Strand

Five Romantic Things to do with your Valentine in Myrtle Beach

Want to do something special for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? Look no further than Myrtle Beach and the Breakers Resort for the ideal romantic getaway. With excellent accommodations and amenities for couples, Breakers offers a great setting for a Valentine’s weekend retreat. And if you want to do something special to blow your Valentine date away, here are five of our favorite ways to spend the day with the one you love in Myrtle Beach:
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Five Romantic Things to do with your Valentine in Myrtle Beach

Ring in the New Year with Big Savings at Breakers Resort

Where will you be when the big ball drops this New Year's Eve? It's too expensive and crowded to see it live in Time Square, and too boring and depressing to watch it on TV at home. But there is an attractive alternative that features all the fun and festivities of Myrtle Beach at a price too good to spend another New Year's Eve counting down on the couch. Ring in 2016 in grand style at the Breakers Resort in downtown Myrtle Beach, which is close to all the main attractions and New Year's celebrations taking place along the Grand Strand. But one of the biggest parties will be just…
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Ring in the New Year with Big Savings at Breakers Resort

Finding Santa Claus on the Grand Strand Sand

There's a little known secret about Santa Claus we will let you in on. When he's not micromanaging elves at the toy shop back at the North Pole or making a whirlwind toy delivery trip around the world, Santa likes to chill-lax in Myrtle Beach, especially this time of year when he needs time to unwind before checking that naughty-or-nice list not once, but twice. During your holiday stay at the Breakers, set out and see if you can catch Santa at some of his favorite Myrtle Beach stops:
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Finding Santa Claus on the Grand Strand Sand

Breakers Resort Plays Home Court for Beach Ball Classic

Don't be surprised if you spot a few future NBA superstars at the Breakers Resort during the last week in December. And if you want to watch them play, it's only a couple of blocks away to see all the high-flying hoops action of the Beach Ball Classic. Held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center on Dec. 26-31, the 35th Annual Beach Ball Classic is a holiday tradition in Myrtle Beach. This nationally acclaimed tournament features some of the top high school basketball teams and talent in the country competing for the crown. The six-day showcase involves 16 teams from all over the…
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Breakers Resort Plays Home Court for Beach Ball Classic

Have a Splashing Good Time at Myrtle Beach Waterparks

Guests at the Breakers Resort can be forgiven if they opt not to visit a waterpark. After all, you only need to take a few steps outside your door to find all kinds of aquatic attractions, like the Pirate Ship kiddie pool and playground, the 418-foot lazy river and indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Oh yeah, did we mention the Atlantic Ocean? But for those who can't seem to get enough of the wet stuff, Myrtle Beach is home to several waterparks that offer plenty of thrills and chills. But you had better act fast because they all turn off their faucets after Labor Day weekend. With…
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Have a Splashing Good Time at Myrtle Beach Waterparks

Top 5 Family Friendly Nighttime Activities in Myrtle Beach

Finding something fun to do in Myrtle Beach during the daylight hours doesn’t require a lot of thought. Breakers Resort’s guests can simply stroll to the beach or the hotel pool, play a round of golf, or hit the waterpark or any number of local attractions. Your options are just as varied after the sun goes down, if you know where to go. Here are five fun ways for families to spend a hot summer night in Myrtle Beach:
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Top 5 Family Friendly Nighttime Activities in Myrtle Beach

Carolina Opry has Proud History of Entertaining Myrtle Beach

As a country music performer, Calvin Gilmore was a popular member of the Grand Ole Opry. But when he came to Myrtle Beach in the 1980s, he brought an authentic slice of the Nashville showcase with him. After opening and playing various venues on the Grand Strand, Gilmore eventually opened the Carolina Opry in Myrtle Beach. The largest country music venue on the East Coast attracts fans from all over the world to experience top-notch entertainment in America’s No. 1 family vacation destination. Gilmore opened the original Carolina Opry in Surfside Beach and delighted fans with an…
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Carolina Opry has Proud History of Entertaining Myrtle Beach

WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach

Myrtle Beach is filled with attractions that offer mindless fun. After all, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to slip down a waterslide or rocket down a roller coaster. But there is one attraction that offers some educational value to go with the good times – WonderWorks at Broadway at the Beach.
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WonderWorks Brings Science-Based Fun to Broadway at the Beach

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Myrtle Beach boasts more to see and do than anyone could cover during one spring break. Between the beach, golf courses, shops and restaurants, there’s no problem keeping busy. But for those looking for a little something different, somewhere you won’t get lost in the crowds, check out this list of five places that are perfect for a spring break excursion:
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Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

There's a big difference between coming down with spring fever and March Madness, although it is possible to catch a bad cases of both at the same time. For basketball fans, getting their warm-weather fix in Myrtle Beach during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's a double dose of hoops and heat. So what's a hot-blooded hoops fan to do during this sacred month of March, miss out on the action on the court or the action on the beach? For guests at The Breakers, you don't have to choose between the two. Here's a list of the top five places to catch the game after you soak up some sun:
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Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks

Myrtle Beach is popular for its many manmade attractions, such as thrill parks, restaurants and shopping centers, but the natural beauty of the Grand Strand is its best kept secret. The South Carolina coastal region, known for its sandy beaches, tidal creeks and salt marshes, is one of the most scenic in the United States, and is perfectly preserved at two local state parks. Myrtle Beach State Park is located on the southernmost end of the Myrtle Beach city limits and offers 312 acres of pristine maritime forest. The land was donated by the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and…
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Top 5 Fun Things to do at Myrtle Beach Area’s State Parks

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

When most people think of Myrtle Beach, summer springs to mind, and for good reason. Myrtle Beach is known as the Sun Fun Capital for all its summertime activities, like amusement park rides, water park slides, surfing the waves and relaxing on the beach. But if you've only visited Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are only getting part of the big picture. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch of coast that surrounds Myrtle Beach, is a year-round destination with lots going on in the "offseason." Many of the 14 million annual visitors to the area do so in the spring, fall and winter.
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Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

Experience the Great Outdoors Indoors at Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo

Perhaps no other event in the Myrtle Beach area is as underrated and more modestly named than the Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo. Yes, there are boats, and lots of them. And, of course, there are lots of sportsmen on hand to check out the latest in outdoor sports.But this 31st annual event, held Jan. 9-11 in the main ballroom of the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, has so much more than the name indicates. Featuring a wide selection of fishing, hunting and other recreational-sports related gear and gadgets, the Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo is the ultimate place to…
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Experience the Great Outdoors Indoors at Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo

Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach

It can't be all fun in the sun during your Myrtle Beach vacation. After all, the sun is down for half the day, and rainy, cloudy or way-too-humid weather can put a stop to outdoor activities. Those are the times to go catch a flick on one of the many movie theaters on the Grand Strand. Featuring all the latest releases plus more popular, second-run films, this top five list of Myrtle Beach movie theaters has what you're looking for. Whether it's a daytime matinee or a late-night showing, you can relax, snack on some popcorn and take in the box-office favorites at one of these locations:
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Top 5 Places to Catch a Movie in Myrtle Beach

Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand

Most people come to Myrtle Beach to have fun, not to be frightened, but the two emotions come together in October with a trick-or-treat bag full of festivals and special events. Here are the top 10 ways to celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand:
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Top 10 ways to Celebrate Halloween on the Grand Strand

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
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Myrtle Beach From A to Z

Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway

The neon lights and high-rise hotels of Myrtle Beach is only 15 miles away from the peaceful, riverfront town of Conway, SC, but the contrast in scenery makes it seem like it’s a world away. Far removed from the attractions and tourism-related businesses of the Grand Strand, Conway is a small Southern town of 18,000 that is rich in history and Southern charm. Located on the banks of the Waccamaw River, the city was originally established as the village of Kingston back in 1732 and grew into a major economic hub in the 19th century due to trade and commerce via the river and railway…
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Spend a Relaxing Day in Historic Conway

Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach has championship golf course, first-class restaurants and award-winning theaters for adults, and roller coasters, thrill rides and water slides for the teens and tweens. But what about the little ones, who aren’t quite tall enough to board the rides and are still too young to old enough to enjoy dinner and a show? Never fear; Myrtle Beach has lots of fun things to see and do for young children beyond the beach and hotel kiddie pool. Here are five fun and safe attractions to keep the little ones entertained.
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Find Fun for the Little Ones in Myrtle Beach

Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom

There’s only one place Myrtle Beach visitors can experience breath-taking thrills and wild-water chills in one place, and that’s the Family Kingdom Amusement Park and Waterpark. Located in the heart of the downtown district on Ocean Boulevard, Family Kingdom offers two parks in one. The 13-acre Family Kingdom amusement park, the only oceanfront amusement park in Myrtle Beach, is just across the street from Splashes, the only oceanfront waterpark in Myrtle Beach.
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Have a Blast and a Splash at Myrtle Beach’s Family Kingdom

Breakers Resort and Beyond

Located at the junction of 21st Avenue North and Ocean Boulevard in downtown Myrtle Beach, The Breakers Resort is ideally situated for guests looking to venture off the property. Close enough to walk, hike or bike to many of Myrtle Beach’s top attractions, The Breakers Resort give guests the best of both worlds – outstanding accommodations and amenities on-site and great dining, shopping and attractions just beyond your front door. Here are some popular spots in the neighborhood.
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Breakers Resort and Beyond

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Kids: Hands-On Fun at the Children’s Museum

Looking for something to do with kids in Myrtle Beach aside from the same-old trip to Broadway at the Beach? Consider an educational, creative and fun trip to the Children’s Museum of South Carolina! It’s located just about a half mile from Breakers Resort, and it’s a great place to take your kids for some serious exploratory playtime.
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Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Kids: Hands-On Fun at the Children’s Museum

Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Teens

Family vacations change over time, as kids grow up and their tastes change. Fortunately, great vacation destinations like Myrtle Beach offer up fun activities for every stage of life, from toddler-friendly activities to kid zones and even great activities for the retiree crowd.
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Things to do in Myrtle Beach with Teens

Kids Club at The Breakers Resort Gearing Up for Fun

One of the big perks of staying at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach is our awesome kids club—it was hugely popular last year, and this year, it’s going to be even better!
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Kids Club at The Breakers Resort Gearing Up for Fun

10 Best Burger Spots Near The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

After a fun-filled day of vacationing, guests at The Breakers Resort are looking to chow down. Many are craving a great-tasting burger that can quash the most robust of appetites. Here are our guests’ choices for the 10 best burger spots near The Breakers:
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10 Best Burger Spots Near The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Top 5 Beachfront Bars Near The Breakers

The best bars in Myrtle Beach may not have walls or a ceiling, but they do offer spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. Whether it's the smell of the salt air, the sound of the crashing waves or the beautiful sight of the beach as a backdrop, there's something about beach bars that makes your drink taste better and lets the good times roll with an atmosphere that indoor bars simply can't duplicate. Guests at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort don't have to look far to find a cold beverage close to the beach. The on-site Rusty Reel Bar & Grill and the tiki bar on the pool deck serve…
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Top 5 Beachfront Bars Near The Breakers

Big Changes Coming to Broadway at the Beach in 2016

Longtime Myrtle Beach visitors will notice some big-time changes at Broadway at the Beach's Celebrity Square in 2016, beginning with the centerpiece of the popular nightlife district. Hard Rock Cafe, located in the pyramid-shaped building since Broadway at the Beach's opening in 1995, is giving up its prime position to another big name in the entertainment industry. A craft beer and country cooking restaurant are also part of the new lineup for Broadway at the Beach visitors. Although many of the changes have not yet been announced or made official by Broadway at the Beach or the new…
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Big Changes Coming to Broadway at the Beach in 2016

Ring in the New Year with Big Savings at Breakers Resort

Where will you be when the big ball drops this New Year's Eve? It's too expensive and crowded to see it live in Time Square, and too boring and depressing to watch it on TV at home. But there is an attractive alternative that features all the fun and festivities of Myrtle Beach at a price too good to spend another New Year's Eve counting down on the couch. Ring in 2016 in grand style at the Breakers Resort in downtown Myrtle Beach, which is close to all the main attractions and New Year's celebrations taking place along the Grand Strand. But one of the biggest parties will be just…
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Ring in the New Year with Big Savings at Breakers Resort

10 Myrtle Beach Area Restaurants That Are Worth the Drive

Ever have one of those meals where you would drive across the country just to try one little taste? You even plan special trips to that side of town or to somewhere out in the middle of nowhere for a sample of the cuisine you can't find anywhere else. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch from the North Carolina border to the South Carolina Lowcountry, is filled with these hidden treasures. Myrtle Beach and Breakers Resort sit in the middle of the outer reaches, so you only need about 30 minutes behind the wheel to find these sweet spots, and your taste buds will believe it was well…
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10 Myrtle Beach Area Restaurants That Are Worth the Drive

Top 6 Myrtle Beach Seafood Buffets

The Grand Strand is literally swimming in seafood. Take a few steps into the surf and you are standing in the same body of water as your dinner if you visit one of the many local seafood restaurants. And what better way to fill up than one of the many buffets? Myrtle Beach has so many seafood smorgasbords to choose from that you could eat all you an eat every night of the week and still not scratch the surface. But since you have a limited amount of time (and a limit on how much seafood you can hold), here's our list of the top six seafood buffets. Why top six instead of top five?…
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Top 6 Myrtle Beach Seafood Buffets

Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach

Pizza, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. New Yorkers swear by thin crust, Chicagoans love deep dish, and sophisticated pallets prefer the new lines of specialty pies that are like a meal on top of a crust. Whichever way you want your pizza, Myrtle Beach is filled with options. Although there seems to be a pizza parlor on every corner, this list has narrowed your choices down to a handful of outstanding pies:
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Top 5 Pizza Pies in Myrtle Beach

Six Places to Grab a Bite at Breakers Resort

There are many reasons to spend your vacation at Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach, but one of them is the abundance of on-site dining opportunities. There's no reason to go out for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks or treats when you can find it all just steps away from your room on the Breakers' lobby or property. In fact, guests could spend the entire week without leaving the premises and still eat like kings. The availability of food and beverage, in addition to all the great amenities at the Breakers, make it possible to have a complete vacation experience without the hassle of…
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Six Places to Grab a Bite at Breakers Resort

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

There's a big difference between coming down with spring fever and March Madness, although it is possible to catch a bad cases of both at the same time. For basketball fans, getting their warm-weather fix in Myrtle Beach during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's a double dose of hoops and heat. So what's a hot-blooded hoops fan to do during this sacred month of March, miss out on the action on the court or the action on the beach? For guests at The Breakers, you don't have to choose between the two. Here's a list of the top five places to catch the game after you soak up some sun:
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Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner at Breakers’ Papa’s Restaurant

What's the only thing better than going home for a Thanksgiving dinner at Mama's? How about a trip to the beach for a holiday feast at Papa's Restaurant in Myrtle Beach? The Breakers Resort's on-site restaurant will host its annual Thanksgiving Holiday Buffet on Thursday, giving guests the perfect excuse to use the occasion for a beach trip. Skip out on the cooking and cleaning and let Papa's handle all the details while you chow down on an all-you-can-eat feast and head back to your room for a nice nap.
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Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner at Breakers’ Papa’s Restaurant

Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

The most important meal of the day also happens to be the most plentiful on the Grand Strand, where pancake houses and country cooking restaurants serve up hearty servings of breakfast every morning. Whether you’re hitting the golf course or the beach or planning a full day of shopping, there are plenty of places to fuel up before you start your day with a tasty breakfast. Here is a list of seven places to get a delicious first-meal every day of the week:
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Top 7 Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

Enjoy a Catered Holiday Feast at The Breakers Resort

Guests spending the holidays at The Breakers Resort have plenty of options for a traditional family feast without leaving the property. From the on-site restaurant to catering services and take-out dinners and nearby eateries that stay open for the holidays, the choices for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners are as plentiful as the dishes at your table. Here's a list of options for finding the perfect holiday feast for your party:
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Enjoy a Catered Holiday Feast at The Breakers Resort

Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand

No one wants to spend Thanksgiving working over a hot stove and rattling pots and pans, especially while vacationing. Never fear, at least not with all of the Myrtle Beach restaurants serving traditional holiday meals to celebrate the special occasion. Whether you are looking for a large family feast of the traditional turkey with all the trimmings or a more unique approach to Thanksgiving dinner with fresh local seafood and a Lowcountry twist, the Grand Strand has a wide selection of restaurants all tastes and price ranges. Reservations are strongly encouraged and required at some of…
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Top 10 Places for Thanksgiving Dinner on the Grand Strand

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
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Myrtle Beach From A to Z

Taking a Sushi Break at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Spending the day at the beach can make a body hungry, especially for some of the goodies that come fresh from the sea. Of course, it’s a lot easier to go to a sushi restaurant than to try to catch dinner yourself, and there are many excellent choices nearby The Breakers. Here are three places for guests at our Myrtle Beach resort to get their sushi fix.
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Taking a Sushi Break at The Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort

Breakers Resort and Beyond

Located at the junction of 21st Avenue North and Ocean Boulevard in downtown Myrtle Beach, The Breakers Resort is ideally situated for guests looking to venture off the property. Close enough to walk, hike or bike to many of Myrtle Beach’s top attractions, The Breakers Resort give guests the best of both worlds – outstanding accommodations and amenities on-site and great dining, shopping and attractions just beyond your front door. Here are some popular spots in the neighborhood.
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Breakers Resort and Beyond

Looking for Fun, Food, and Fabulous Shopping in Myrtle Beach? Try Broadway at the Beach

There are plenty of places to go to find fun, shopping, and dining in Myrtle Beach. But there’s only one Broadway at the Beach. It’s pretty much a fun and entertainment smorgasbord—on steroids. And best yet, it’s located just a mile from Breakers Resort.
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Looking for Fun, Food, and Fabulous Shopping in Myrtle Beach? Try Broadway at the Beach

A Great New Diner Right on Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach

A Great new diner right on Ocean Boulevard and it even has an awesome view of the Atlantic - Welcome LuLu's Diner to Myrtle Beach.
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A Great New Diner Right on Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach

Big Changes Coming to Broadway at the Beach in 2016

Longtime Myrtle Beach visitors will notice some big-time changes at Broadway at the Beach's Celebrity Square in 2016, beginning with the centerpiece of the popular nightlife district. Hard Rock Cafe, located in the pyramid-shaped building since Broadway at the Beach's opening in 1995, is giving up its prime position to another big name in the entertainment industry. A craft beer and country cooking restaurant are also part of the new lineup for Broadway at the Beach visitors. Although many of the changes have not yet been announced or made official by Broadway at the Beach or the new…
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Big Changes Coming to Broadway at the Beach in 2016

Five Great Myrtle Beach-Themed Gift Ideas for the Holidays

Santa Claus' home address may be the North Pole but the world traveler likes to make some long layovers in Myrtle Beach to rest up and recover from his big night. So don't be surprised to see the jolly ol' elf himself around his winter home at the Breakers Resort, maybe chilling out while thawing out in the indoor hot tub or satisfying his sweet tooth at the on-site Starbucks or Ben & Jerry's. Santa has also been known to pick up a gift or 2 million to supplement his stash in the sleigh, and what better way to cheer folks up than a present from America's (and Santa's) favorite family…
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Five Great Myrtle Beach-Themed Gift Ideas for the Holidays

Myrtle Beach Offers Lots of Christmas Cheer This Time of Year

Myrtle Beach is better known as a summer playground than a winter wonderland, but longtime visitors know another side of the Grand Strand – one filled with holiday-themed events, festivals and shows. Guests at Breakers Resort can enjoy a wide selection of Christmas activities. Here are some of the Grand Strand's holiday highlights:
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Myrtle Beach Offers Lots of Christmas Cheer This Time of Year

Top 5 Shops on Ocean Boulevard

“The Strip,” as Ocean Boulevard in downtown Myrtle Beach is commonly called, is famous for its oceanfront restaurants and beach bars and neon-lit attractions. But sprinkled in between are some of the Grand Strand’s most unique shopping opportunities. From the basic beachwear stores to one-of-a-kind novelty shops, here are five places you don’t want to skip when you’re on The Strip:
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Top 5 Shops on Ocean Boulevard

Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach

Give a child a gift, watch him play with the empty box. But showing a kid a good time and letting them spend their own holiday cash is something special, and something memorable. Here are five places where you can take the kids for a little holiday fun:
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Top 5 Places for Kids to Spend Some Holiday Cash in Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach

You’re treating yourself to a brief Christmas break in Myrtle Beach, but there’s no time for fun and games. This visit is all about holiday shopping for others and finding the best ideas and gifts for the loved ones on your list. The Grand Strand has you covered no matter how many or how hard the people on your shopping list are to satisfy, you will find everything you are looking for and more at the shops and stores of Myrtle Beach. And not only can you pick up gifts, you can also get into the holiday spirit at these hot spots. Here are five places to purchase all your holiday…
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Top 5 Places to go Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
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Myrtle Beach From A to Z

Breakers Resort and Beyond

Located at the junction of 21st Avenue North and Ocean Boulevard in downtown Myrtle Beach, The Breakers Resort is ideally situated for guests looking to venture off the property. Close enough to walk, hike or bike to many of Myrtle Beach’s top attractions, The Breakers Resort give guests the best of both worlds – outstanding accommodations and amenities on-site and great dining, shopping and attractions just beyond your front door. Here are some popular spots in the neighborhood.
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Breakers Resort and Beyond

Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market

One of the best ways to get to know a spot like Myrtle Beach is through its food. And when that food is the freshest organic produce and delicious meats and dairy, we know we’re in for something special. Myrtle Beach’s weekly Ovis Hill Farmers Market has for the last 12 years been offering residents and visitors alike the pick of the south, which is why we pick it when we want the very best of the season.
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Farms Head To Myrtle Beach At Popular Weekly Market

Looking for Fun, Food, and Fabulous Shopping in Myrtle Beach? Try Broadway at the Beach

There are plenty of places to go to find fun, shopping, and dining in Myrtle Beach. But there’s only one Broadway at the Beach. It’s pretty much a fun and entertainment smorgasbord—on steroids. And best yet, it’s located just a mile from Breakers Resort.
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Looking for Fun, Food, and Fabulous Shopping in Myrtle Beach? Try Broadway at the Beach

Cheers and Bottoms Up at the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest

Beer has come a long way in recent years. Once considered the swill of choice for Joe Six-Pack, the beverage has been elevated to wine-like levels when it comes to production, diversity and even snobbery. From the art of the brewing process to the explosion of microbreweries, the buzz over handcrafted beer has created a wide-open market that rivals that of wineries. Featuring more than 20 breweries serving 100-plus unique flavors of beer, the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest has become quite a hit among both local and visiting beer aficionados. The eighth annual edition of the event, scheduled…
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Cheers and Bottoms Up at the Myrtle Beach Beer Fest

Make the Breakers Your Home for the Carolina Country Music Festival

Just as country music has traditional and contemporary genres, the Breakers Resort in downtown Myrtle Beach also offers a mix of the old and the new. Hosting memorable family vacations for more than 85 years, the Breakers has kept up with the changing times with upgraded facilities, remodeled accommodations and modern amenities to become Myrtle Beach's most popular resort. For those looking to enjoy a weekend of country concerts in style, the Breakers is offering discounted rooms and tickets to the Second Annual Carolina Country Music Festival in downtown Myrtle Beach, about a mile…
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Make the Breakers Your Home for the Carolina Country Music Festival

Spring Is Time to Play Ball in Myrtle Beach

America's pastime is more like Myrtle Beach's full-time in the spring and summer, with ample opportunities to catch some baseball on the Grand Strand. In addition to the minor-league Myrtle Beach Pelicans, whose stadium is located just a mile down 21st Avenue North from Breakers Resort, the area also boasts major college and youth programs on the diamonds. There's nothing quite like taking family and friends out to the ol' ball game for a night of entertainment. With the on-field action, the mild spring temperatures, the crack of the bat, the taste of cotton candy and cold beer, and…
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Spring Is Time to Play Ball in Myrtle Beach

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day All Week Long in Myrtle Beach

You don't have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, and you don't have to be in Myrtle Beach on the official March 17 date to get in on the festivities. Because St. Patrick's Day falls on a Thursday, the Irish-themed parties are spread out over two weekends so you can get more than your fill of green beer with corned beef and cabbage on the Grand Strand. Guests at the Breakers Myrtle Beach Resort are literally in the middle of all the action, with major celebrations set on the North, Central and South Strand. There are also numerous smaller parties hosted by local bars and…
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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day All Week Long in Myrtle Beach

Big Changes Coming to Broadway at the Beach in 2016

Longtime Myrtle Beach visitors will notice some big-time changes at Broadway at the Beach's Celebrity Square in 2016, beginning with the centerpiece of the popular nightlife district. Hard Rock Cafe, located in the pyramid-shaped building since Broadway at the Beach's opening in 1995, is giving up its prime position to another big name in the entertainment industry. A craft beer and country cooking restaurant are also part of the new lineup for Broadway at the Beach visitors. Although many of the changes have not yet been announced or made official by Broadway at the Beach or the new…
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Big Changes Coming to Broadway at the Beach in 2016

Beach Ball Classic was Another Winner for Breakers

The record books will show that Montverde (FL) Academy captured the championship of the 35th Annual Beach Ball Classic. But the excitement of the national high school basketball tournament ensured that all involved with the event were winners - from the fans in the stands at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center to the teams and guests staying at the Beakers Resort. Proudly serving as the host resort for the 16 teams from all over the country, the Breakers was also the scene for parents, fans and even college coaches who came to scout some of the top talent in the nation. In addition to…
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Beach Ball Classic was Another Winner for Breakers

Ring in the New Year with Big Savings at Breakers Resort

Where will you be when the big ball drops this New Year's Eve? It's too expensive and crowded to see it live in Time Square, and too boring and depressing to watch it on TV at home. But there is an attractive alternative that features all the fun and festivities of Myrtle Beach at a price too good to spend another New Year's Eve counting down on the couch. Ring in 2016 in grand style at the Breakers Resort in downtown Myrtle Beach, which is close to all the main attractions and New Year's celebrations taking place along the Grand Strand. But one of the biggest parties will be just…
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Ring in the New Year with Big Savings at Breakers Resort

Breakers Resort Plays Home Court for Beach Ball Classic

Don't be surprised if you spot a few future NBA superstars at the Breakers Resort during the last week in December. And if you want to watch them play, it's only a couple of blocks away to see all the high-flying hoops action of the Beach Ball Classic. Held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center on Dec. 26-31, the 35th Annual Beach Ball Classic is a holiday tradition in Myrtle Beach. This nationally acclaimed tournament features some of the top high school basketball teams and talent in the country competing for the crown. The six-day showcase involves 16 teams from all over the…
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Breakers Resort Plays Home Court for Beach Ball Classic

Top 5 Family Friendly Nighttime Activities in Myrtle Beach

Finding something fun to do in Myrtle Beach during the daylight hours doesn’t require a lot of thought. Breakers Resort’s guests can simply stroll to the beach or the hotel pool, play a round of golf, or hit the waterpark or any number of local attractions. Your options are just as varied after the sun goes down, if you know where to go. Here are five fun ways for families to spend a hot summer night in Myrtle Beach:
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Top 5 Family Friendly Nighttime Activities in Myrtle Beach

Last Minute Info on Carolina Country Music Festival

The inaugural Carolina Country Music Festival is all plugged in and ready for sound check as the city of Myrtle Beach and concert officials are putting the finishing touches on the June 4-7 downtown festival. Four days of live music from more than 35 big-name country music stars, more than 20,000 fans expected to attend the event in the downtown district, and the effort to transform the former Myrtle Beach Pavilion amusement park site into a major concert venue are among the many challenges that are coming together at the last minute. So are some important details that concert-goers…
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Last Minute Info on Carolina Country Music Festival

Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April

Springtime marks the start of the festival season on the Grand Strand, and this year is no different. From free concerts and fireworks shows to several arts and crafts events highlight the Myrtle Beach social calendar this spring. Here’s a list of some of the many fun events this month:
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Myrtle Beach Calendar of Events for April

Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Myrtle Beach boasts more to see and do than anyone could cover during one spring break. Between the beach, golf courses, shops and restaurants, there’s no problem keeping busy. But for those looking for a little something different, somewhere you won’t get lost in the crowds, check out this list of five places that are perfect for a spring break excursion:
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Top 5 Things to do in Myrtle Beach This Spring

Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach

Hold on to your cowboy hats … the big one is coming. Country music fans in Myrtle Beach and beyond have good reason to click their booted heels, as the inaugural Carolina Country Music Fest is coming HERE, to Myrtle Beach, June 5-7. The three-day Myrtle Beach festival on the beach will feature Eric Church, Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Big & Rich and more. Yes, more. Who could possibly add to that? Oh, you’ll see soon enough. New acts, over 30 in total, will be announced weekly. Just picture it: toes in the sand, wind in your hair, and the sounds of your own cheers along with…
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Carolina Country Music Fest Coming to Myrtle Beach

Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

There's a big difference between coming down with spring fever and March Madness, although it is possible to catch a bad cases of both at the same time. For basketball fans, getting their warm-weather fix in Myrtle Beach during the NCAA Basketball Tournament, it's a double dose of hoops and heat. So what's a hot-blooded hoops fan to do during this sacred month of March, miss out on the action on the court or the action on the beach? For guests at The Breakers, you don't have to choose between the two. Here's a list of the top five places to catch the game after you soak up some sun:
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Top 5 Places to Catch March Madness in Myrtle Beach

Breakers Resort Hosts 18th Annual Myrtle Beach Marathon

The Breakers Resort caters to visitors who are looking for a wonderful place on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront to relax. But once each winter The Breakers also welcomes folks who are on the go – for 26.2 miles, in fact. The Breakers will serve as a host hotel for the 18th Annual MyrtleBeach.com on Feb. 14, giving hundreds of runners a comfortable place to rest their heads – and legs – after completing the long course that winds through the streets of Myrtle Beach. Not only will special Myrtle Beach Marathon functions ne held at the resort, but guests can look forward to resting and…
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Breakers Resort Hosts 18th Annual Myrtle Beach Marathon

Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach

Super Bowl XLIX is right around the corner, and so are some of the Grand Strand’s best sports bars for guests at The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach. Sure, you can watch the game in the privacy and comfort of your oceanfront nest, but the Super Bowl is more than a game; it’s a social event. For those who prefer to get out and about for the big game, here’s a list of five can’t-miss sports bars in the Myrtle Beach area where you can celebrate (or drown your sorrows, depending on the outcome) with fellow fans.
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Top 5 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Myrtle Beach

Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

When most people think of Myrtle Beach, summer springs to mind, and for good reason. Myrtle Beach is known as the Sun Fun Capital for all its summertime activities, like amusement park rides, water park slides, surfing the waves and relaxing on the beach. But if you've only visited Myrtle Beach during the summer months, you are only getting part of the big picture. The Grand Strand, the 60-mile stretch of coast that surrounds Myrtle Beach, is a year-round destination with lots going on in the "offseason." Many of the 14 million annual visitors to the area do so in the spring, fall and winter.
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Experience Myrtle Beach During All Four Seasons

Experience the Great Outdoors Indoors at Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo

Perhaps no other event in the Myrtle Beach area is as underrated and more modestly named than the Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo. Yes, there are boats, and lots of them. And, of course, there are lots of sportsmen on hand to check out the latest in outdoor sports.But this 31st annual event, held Jan. 9-11 in the main ballroom of the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, has so much more than the name indicates. Featuring a wide selection of fishing, hunting and other recreational-sports related gear and gadgets, the Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo is the ultimate place to…
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Experience the Great Outdoors Indoors at Grand Strand Boat Show & Sportsman Expo

Breakers Opens Doors to Top Tournament Basketball Teams

Future stars of the NBA and WNBA will be playing in Myrtle Beach and staying at The Breakers Resort for two of the elite high school basketball tournaments in the country. The 17th annual CresCom Bank Holiday Invitational (Dec. 17-22) and the 31st annual Beach Ball Classic (Dec. 26-31) will be held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center over the holidays, attracting some of the nation's top teams and players from 15 different states. This year, the hundreds of players, coaches, fans, and scouts will be staying at The Breakers Resort, the new official headquarters for the tournaments.…
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Breakers Opens Doors to Top Tournament Basketball Teams

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
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Myrtle Beach From A to Z

The Breakers Makes Weddings Memorable for Happy Couples

During a Grand Strand vacation two years ago, Todd Baker proposed to Sarah Blencowe and the two decided it was only fitting that they get married in Myrtle Beach. Romantic? Yes. But for mother Nancy Blencowe, who was charged with organizing the affair from her home in New York, the pressure to produce a perfect wedding seemed overwhelming ... until she found The Breakers Resort. Last Saturday, the event went off without a hitc
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The Breakers Makes Weddings Memorable for Happy Couples

Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach

If you’re looking for that one of a kind item you can’t find anywhere else, or if you just have an eye for art and an appreciation for craftsmanship, the Myrtle Beach Convention Center is the place to be Aug. 1-3. The 31st Annual Craftsman’s Classic Arts & Crafts Show returns to the main showroom at the Convention Center for one of the top events in the Southeast. Owned and operated by Gilmore Enterprises in North Carolina, this regional tour circuit brings works by some of the top artists in their fields, many of whom are on hand to demonstrate their craftwork and provide…
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Arts & Crafts Festival Returns to Myrtle Beach

Tee It Up for Golf Tournaments on the Grand Strand

Few things can beat a golf trip to the Grand Strand, home to more than 80 championship courses along the Carolina coast. But add some good-natured competition to your Myrtle Beach vacation, and you have a fun-filled way to play golf on the Strand while making new friends and helping worthy causes. Guests at The Breakers Resort can get into plenty of hot action on the links this summer. Here's a list of some of the best golf tournaments in town that are open to the public and fun for all handicaps:
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Tee It Up for Golf Tournaments on the Grand Strand

Break into Golf During Your Vacation at the Breakers

During a vacation at the Breakers Resort, guests experience one of Myrtle Beach’s historic resorts with the added touch of modern accommodations and full-service amenities. But to delve in to the history of the Breakers and the Grand Strand means experiencing some of the area’s historic and award-winning golf courses. A relaxing Myrtle Beach vacation at the Breakers is synonymous with the peaceful scenery provided by some of the Grand Strand’s best golf courses, just down the street. With the Breakers Resort’s experienced golf managers, you can plan your own golf adventure…
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Break into Golf During Your Vacation at the Breakers

Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand

Myrtle Beach’s spring golf season tees off a little bit sooner and is a whole lot sweeter in 2015 with the addition of the inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic. The three-day, 54-hole tournament will bring 200 golfers to six of the area's top courses to tee off the upcoming spring golf season with fun and friendly competition. The Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic will feature three days of golf under different rules formats, meals and parties for all tournament participants, and gifts, contests, drawings and giveaways. Most of all, the tourney will provide lots of good camaraderie…
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Inaugural Myrtle Beach Preseason Classic Tees off on Grand Strand

Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play

Imagine playing the Grand Strand's best courses - all in one week. Here's your chance with the inaugural Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, and upstart tournament that will be held at eight of the top-rated layouts among the more than 100 golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area. Scheduled for November 17-20, the Myrtle Beach Fall Classic allows golfers to take their best shots the Grand Strand's best courses for a $325 entry fee, which includes four rounds of golf, two post-round functions with food and drink and a gift bag loaded with Myrtle Beach golf apparel and memorabilia.
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Calling All Golfers: Myrtle Beach Fall Classic Opens Top Courses for Play

Myrtle Beach From A to Z

We have most everything covered from A to Z when it comes to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. From attractions to golf, to restaurants and more, enjoy reading through our alphabetical list of things to do, eat and see!
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Myrtle Beach From A to Z

MyrtleBeachHotels.com / MyrtleBeachGolf.com Fall Golf Socials: The Breakers

If you’re a veteran traveler to Myrtle Beach, you’ve probably heard of The Breakers Resort. It’s that fine wine of a hotel that keeps going strong and getting better, now in its tenth decade of existence. Despite its age, a rigorous program of periodic renovations keeps the huge oceanfront hotel up with the times and keeps it one of the most sought-after resorts on the Grand Strand.
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MyrtleBeachHotels.com / MyrtleBeachGolf.com Fall Golf Socials: The Breakers
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