If you love Christmas and you love Myrtle Beach – why not combine them for the ultimate holiday getaway?
Celebrating the holidays in Myrtle Beach has a flair all its own. Trade your sweaters and icy roads for fun and sun in your favorite coastal vacation spot this year. The weather is still gorgeous, and the crowds a bit thinner late in the year.
You should know about a few specials that will save you money to get to Myrtle Beach for Christmas – as well as some suggestions of what to do while you’re here.
With 60 miles of beautiful beaches, Myrtle Beach is that idyllic spot to spend any holiday. Combine that with the magic of Christmas, and you’re setting yourself up for an enchanting escape. Don’t forget the hoodies and sunscreen!
Why is it important to escape for the holidays?
Reduce stress with a trip the whole family will love: Christmas in Myrtle Beach! It’s good to take time from work and school at the end of the year anyway, and when you can share a holiday together in a place you love to visit, that makes for a memorable experience for the season.
Check out prices at Breakers Resort for Christmas
The Breakers Resort in Myrtle Beach has a few ways to save for your holiday getaway.
Winter Monthly Rentals
Why stay in the cold and snow back home? Spend the chilly months oceanfront at The Breakers Resort. Book a stay through March 31, 2021, with a 28-night minimum stay (99 nights maximum.) Enjoy these fun activities and features on-site:
- Discounted golf rounds
- Free DVD rentals
- Free wireless internet access
- Regularly scheduled golf tournaments
- Super Bowl party
- Themed dinners
You can also choose a 2-week stay on this deal, through March 14. It’s a 14-night minimum and 60-night maximum.
A $200 deposit is required for reservations, and stays in October or March must be 90 days or more. Contact the reservations department for reservations longer than 99 days or if you can’t find the room type you want online. Call 843-444-4444.
4 reasons that spending holidays in Myrtle Beach is a great idea
1.) Christmas shopping
Outlet malls. Quaint shops. Vineyards. When you come to Myrtle Beach, there are a ton of great places to find gifts! Choose them for those you travel with, or bring some home for a belated celebration. Don’t forget to treat yourself!
WE SUGGEST: Visit the Myrtle Beach Pelicans team store for the coolest gear in baseball.
2.) Food. All the glorious food
Where do you even start? Myrtle Beach is famous for calabash cuisine – lightly breaded seafood, usually buffet-style. Don’t forget the hushpuppies! The Grand Strand has restaurants of all kinds, from the deliciously indulgent to the health-conscious, and all in between.
WE SUGGEST: Simply Southern Smokehouse for incredible barbecue and soul food.
3.) Shorter lines
With smaller crowds comes shorter wait times at attractions, restaurants, and traffic. Many hot spots and great eateries are still open year-round. The kids will appreciate a better activity-to-wait-time ratio and so will you as parents!
WE SUGGEST: Ripley’s Aquarium – enjoy all your favorite exhibits with smaller crowds.
4.) New Year’s
Stick around a while. Whether you want to ring in the new year in solitude or amid the good vibes, Myrtle Beach has reasons for you to extend your stay. Check out a tour that includes food from Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen and a beautiful countdown at Brookgreen Gardens.
WE SUGGEST: The Hard Rock Cafe Myrtle Beach New Year’s. It’s a VIP event for 2021.
Ready for a getaway?
With special rates, a wealth of holiday shopping options, and smaller crowds at your favorite places, Myrtle Beach is a wonderful choice for your Christmas vacation. You’ll find a world of cuisines for every meal, a spacious kitchen in your Breakers Resort condo, and excuses to stay another week and ring in the new year while you’re here.