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Myrtle Beach gets its name from the 60-mile stretch of Atlantic coastline that it borders. It offers the great outdoors in a mild coastal climate along with too many family-friendly attractions to name. This is a place that caters to travelers with a host of options from wax museums to world class golf nearby, with many family-friendly options. Choosing the right Myrtle Beach hotels is easy with, featuring a meaningful selection along with a streamlined booking process. Add reliable reviews from real customers and is the one-stop solution to finding the perfect Myrtle Beach hotels.

What's Myrtle Beach Like?

Myrtle Beach actually consists of several beach areas, including Myrtle Beach State Park, offering campgrounds, fishing and more and typically not as busy as many of the other beaches even during high season. Myrtle Beach has retained its classic beach town atmosphere, featuring attractions such as the Ripley's Museum and Aquarium, water parks, sports parks and innumerable games and parks designed with kids in mind. Brookgreen Gardens is a good alternative to the sun and surf with its botanical gardens, zoo with native animals and outdoor art museum with a striking sculpture collection. Local cuisine revolves around seafood and Southern touches like grits and sweet potatoes and a long growing season to ensure plenty of fresh local produce. A thriving music and arts scene means there is plenty to do after the sun goes down.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Myrtle Beach

The locals are exposed to a constant blast of advertising and promotions aimed at tourists and have a reputation - like the residents of many a tourist-heavy town - of taking a jaded view of some of the excesses of the tourist trade. Visitors who'd like to connect with locals - and not by accident, also tap into the area's best restaurants - are advised to wander off the tourist path and into the city proper. This is a casual place and flip flops are a common sight even in restaurants and businesses. The local notion of time is rather casual as well; visitors from high energy locales like NYC are best advised to learn how to slow down to Myrtle Beach's relaxed pace. "Beach music," a local brand of swing or shag music and dancing is a bluesy form of swing music unique to the area. Beach music night clubs and dancing are great ways to connect with locals. makes finding the perfect hotel in Myrtle Beach easy with selection, reliable reviews and simple online booking.