Holiday Inn Club Vacations at South Beach Resort

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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  • South Beach Resort is located on sixteen beautifully landscaped acres near Myrtle Beach. Amenities include a 13,990 square foot Owner’s Club offering indoor and outdoor pools, a lazy river, a fitness center, a children's video room, and men’s and women’s locker rooms with saunas. A business center, a sundries shop and a deli that will provide breakfast and lunch are also available. Resort owners and guests will have direct access to the oceanfront via Breeze’s Beach Club, with its swimming pool, spas, and dining opportunities.

    Each unit at South Beach Resort offers a fireplace, a TV and DVD player, and a private screened porch.

    For the golfer in the family, nearby courses include Myrtlewood, Arcadian Shores, Pine Lakes, Grande Dunes and Tidewater. There is even a par three course on the property.

    Renovation Information: Renovations will take place through spring of 2017 to enhance the water features in the main pool area. The Tri Spa will be closed during this time. Additionally, the indoor pool is scheduled to be renovated from February 6th to February 20th.

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    • Avatar for chuckl50
      By chuckl50 Jun 1, 2016

      This resort is the perfect fit for our young family. We stumbled into staying here by renting, and now I will consider buying a week to use every summer! This place is a wonderful change from the usual high rise on the beach, with tight quarters, no extra elbow room, run down yucky furniture, and open balcony's that are dangerous to small children. This place has 16 acres of beautifully landscaped property, plenty of parking for all, it is gated and at the very end of the strip, and has multiple pools, hot tubs, and the condos are so beautifully furnished. The furniture all seems new, everything works and is high quality. The villas have two bedrooms and a screened in balcony/porch. All levels are screened in which is nice for children. The resort is across the street from the beach but all we had to do to get to the beach was walk out our villa door, sit on a bench, and a van picked us up to drive us literally across the street. After the first day we just walked for two minutes thru the walking path to their gated mini resort on the beach, across the street. Your room key works the gate. At the beach side of the resort there is also another pool and a wooden bridge that steps onto the beach. I was beside myself at the overall accomodations and value here. I will likely be looking for a summer week here for my family. Highly recommend. The one thing I would recommend is a basketball court to go along with their sand volleyball court. After all, they are obviously going after the "family" vacation. They have the space, why not keep adding things like this.

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      By lyndah85 Updated Apr 30, 2016

      Our family stayed here in July 2015 and were very impressed! The private beach club on the ocean was wonderful and there was a Holiday Inn Club Vacations shuttle that runs every couple minutes from the units to to the beach club across the street in case you don't want to walk and carry all of your beach toys yourself (less than a 5 minute walk). The staff was very helpful and friendly. It was nice to have the units away from the busy beach area - easy parking and green space around the resort. The pools were great for the kids and there were lots of activities there and in the surrounding area.

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      By mary2957 Dec 8, 2011

      We started going to Myrtle Beach right after Christmas in 2009. We own at Holiday Inn in Florida and were happy to see the expansion to South Beach. In, 2009 we spent $925 for a 2 bd condo on the strip for four nights. It was ok. Last year we stayed in South Beach and found it very convenient and wonderful. It was easy to find, and had easy access. The accommodations were great. The Club house is in the main resort is actually very small for the amount of people they have. They have about 6 tables, to set up your stuff while the kids are swimming in the heated pool. They don't have a lot of events set up for the winter (although this year we had a hard time getting time there, so they do have a lot of people in the winter). They do have a club house across the street, on the beach. It was open but no one was there. They should have it staffed even in the winter time. You could not get any drinks and there were no games for the kids. We had a 2 bd and traded in with our points in the Holiday Inn Network. The cost about $500 plus cleaning for four nites. We are going back this year and it has become an after Christmas Holiday tradition. There is so much to do in Myrtle Beach.

    • Avatar for merlemorgan
      By merlemorgan Updated Jul 3, 2009

      We bought in May 2007 and have enjoyed every stay at South Beach Resort. It is nestled in among the links of Midway Par-3 East Golf Course and just across South Ocean Boulevard from its own ocean front access, Breezes Beach Club. It is far enough off Ocean Boulevard to provide quiet solitude in every unit, and yet very proximate to many of the entertainment attractions along The Strand. The pools are nice and both units in which we have stayed provided plenty of space, great decor and quiet solitude for the whole family. The master suite is spacious. Each year, an owner receives-- for every week owned--numerous coupons for complimentary or deeply-discounted recreational opportunities in the Myrtle Beach area, including Par 3 golf, miniature golfing at 4 or 5 locations, NASCAR Waves & Speed Park, Pavilion Nostalgia Park and others. What a comprehensive experience to enjoy much of what the Myrtle Beach area has to offer!

      Finally, we have appreciated its great exchange value for other RCI resorts in both Florida and North Carolina. We are very happy with our two-week ownership at South Beach Resort and anticipate many improvements under the new management of Holiday Inn Club Vacations.

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      By tammyp119 Mar 30, 2009

      We bought our week before any buildings were complete. We go back each year because it is wonderful-beautiful decor, relaxing surroundings, plenty of space for all the guests to enjoy the on-site pools and events. With two other timeshares we trade for all over the country ( and many resorts in Myrtle Beach) but this is the only resort we are compelled to return to each year. It has everything! Our kids range from 8-18 and there is something for all of us. Being at the end of the strand cuts out a lot of the mess of traffic and noise. The staff is always accomodating and friendly. By far the best resort in town!

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      By hollym66 Jan 26, 2008

      My husband, my daughter, my parents & I, all went to South Beach resort in April of 2006 and we had a ball!!! This resort has everything you could think of! We had a GORGEOUS 2 bedroom condo on the third floor. It over looked the strip along the beach! We couldn't quite see the beach but it was still gorgeous! I would reccommend this resort to anyone who wants to get away! I loved it!

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      By randy305 Updated Jul 13, 2007

      We went the week of July 4 and had a very good time. You have to cross a highway to get to the beach but it was a short walk. It had everything we needed to have a very nice vacation. There was plenty of activities for kids and adults. All the staff was very friendly and helpful.

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      By tamaram11 Aug 16, 2005

      I love this resort. It had every thing I needed. I have three kids and we wern't all crowded together. The amenities were great!!

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      By eeyeorekim Jan 23, 2004

      We toured this resort in August before it was completed. It was an exceptional tour. What soured the whole thing was the place that we were put up in. We stayed at Myrtlewood.....where we were not treated well at all. They knew in advance that we would have 6 adults with us......we paid extra to have an extra bedroom.....however we were only given 4 towels. When I called for more, we were told that what was there was there......extras were not usually distributed. We had to go to Walmart and buy toilet paper and dishsoap. My son-in-law raised the hood of his van to check his oil, (we traveled from Indiana) and one of the upstairs tenants threatened to call the police because of suspicious activity. We knew we would have to pay tax on our package at check in, however, they charged us the tax on VALUE of the week, not what we actually paid for it! I thought tax was paid on dollars spent....not worth!! Our patio screen door was torn and bugs galore could come in. We also had small children with us that wanted to play on the patio. The mattress of our KING sized bed was two twin mattresses on a king sized frame!! If you were a middle-of-the bed sleeper, you slept in a crack!! This is the reason we did NOT purchase a week at South Beach resort.We bought the package through them to tour THEIR resort. They are the ones who chose where we would stay. I feel they should have made some kind of compensation for the things that happened to us during our stay.(not sure what.........offered to move us or something!) This however, was not the case. I love Myrtle Beach but will probably NOT stay at Myrtlewood or deal with South Beach Resort again.

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  • 3000 South Ocean Blvd
    Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577
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