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Just stayed at this hotel for five nights and wish my husband and I were staying longer! We stayed in the Palmetto building. Room was your average beach hotel room. Honestly, after reading some of the reviews, I was a bit nervous. However, Breakers did...More
We enjoyed our stay for a long weekend before school starts. We stayed in the Palms building. Although some things were outdated, the overall cleanliness of the room and hotel was nice. We would definitely stay again!
Had booked to stay here for 4 nights as part of our road trip to the USA . Checking in was a bit chaotic and busy our room was not ready when we arrived. We were given a room in seaside block on the 7...More
I recently stay at the breakers and the room where great facilities excellent and staff friendly and helpful especially the bellman Levon who help us with two trips up to our room. Additionally my key stopped working and he got me some brand new keys...More
Awesome staff, very friendly and helpful. The room was not as clean as I would have liked. Popcorn & chips left in our bed under the sheets. The room smelled musky, the balcony door handle was broken. Curtains were completely stained and dirty.
US$74 - US$225 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#8 Best Value Hotel in Myrtle Beach
#10 Top resorts Hotel in Myrtle Beach
#19 Romantic Hotel in Myrtle Beach
#21 Business Hotel in Myrtle Beach
#23 Family Hotel in Myrtle Beach
#24 On the Beach Hotel in Myrtle Beach
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We have recently switched internet service providers, and our new Free WiFi is blazing fast. However, it is an unsecured network, that does not require a password. You just connect to the strongest access point available... More
We have recently switched internet service providers, and our new Free WiFi is blazing fast. However, it is an unsecured network, that does not require a password. You just connect to the strongest access point available, and you are good to go!
We look forward to seeing you!
Listen, I have a bad taste in my mouth over our stay and it was partly my fault too. We went there on the spur of the moment during our vacation and it was the week of the 4th of July. So it was really, really crowded and... More
Listen, I have a bad taste in my mouth over our stay and it was partly my fault too. We went there on the spur of the moment during our vacation and it was the week of the 4th of July. So it was really, really crowded and I quickly booked the room without much investigation like I usually do.
We stayed in the Palmetto building, the rooms were clean and the bathroom was nice. We had a corner room that overlooked the street, which at night was kind of pretty seeing all the tail light lit up as far as you could see.
The room had a decent size TV, I believe around a 42" with lots of channels. There was a small refrigerator and a microwave. I did like the fact that there were 2 sinks. One in the actual bathroom and a vanity sink on the outside of the bathroom.
Now, as far as it being updated. It was updated at some time in the past and I mean the long ago past. Wall's were dirty, things were broken from wear and tear, and a very slow elevator (granted there are like 11-12 stories).
One of my first thoughts, when we got into the room was if there was a fire, we were pretty much screwed. I made my husband go and find the stairway (which everyone should do no matter what hotel). But honestly, that was my first thought.
Now for the price....we felt it was very overpriced and on top of the room rate you have to pay a resort fee. I normally don't have a problem with resort fee's, when I feel like we're at a resort. I paid almost as much for 2 nights as I did spending 4 nights at the Marriott in downtown Raleigh.
Parking is a nightmare. Don't even think you're going to get a parking space right there near your room. I'm handicapped and my husband gave one of the bellmen $10 to go stand in the only available handicapped spot while we unloaded the car. Most of the parking is across the street in multiple cars lots and one parking garage. We were going to drive down to the Boardwalk the night we got in but we didn't go because we didn't want to lose our handicapped parking space. And no one could tell us if there was a local taxi service that had wheelchair accessibility.
The employee's at the Breakers were very nice and very helpful and another good thing about it is there are plenty of great restaurants within walking distance and a Starbucks and Ben and Jerry's.