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.
Pets are considered a part of the family, and devoted pet owners who travel with their cats and dogs have a discerning eye when it comes to finding the best pet-friendly hotels. At The Breakers Resort, pets are treated to the same outstanding service as human guests. No matter your reason for traveling, you can rest assured that your furry friends will enjoy a relaxing, comfortable stay in our pet-friendly accommodations in our Seaside building.
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, for both our resort view, and ocean front rooms with 1 king or 2 queen beds. There is also a grass lawn behind the building to walk your pets while you enjoy views of the ocean. A $25 per day non-refundable pet fee will be charged.
The new pet policy is now in effect year-round.
Most public beaches in the Myrtle Beach area are pet-friendly during early morning hours or during late evenings year-round. During the peak Summer months, while the beaches are full, pets are not allowed to be walked on any public beach in Myrtle Beach between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm from May 1st through Labor Day.
The move is the latest by the Breakers to improve the overall experience of its guests. With a limited number of oceanfront hotels permitting pets on their premises, the Breakers Resort gives its guests the option of bringing along their best friends on vacation.
Choose The Breakers, and our exceptional pet-friendly lodging will provide both you and your “best friend” with an ideal getaway. Signature service, top-notch amenities and dedication to customer satisfaction set our pet-friendly property apart from the rest.
*Note- that Damages caused by pets are not covered under the Damage Waiver or pet fee and will be charged to the registered guest.
(Photo courtesy: GoPetFriendlyBlog.com)