Top five myrtle beach resorts with pools by Myrtle Beach Resorts
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MYRTLE BEACH MARRIOTT RESORT & SPA AT GRAND DUNES
r e l a x a t i o n a t i t s f i n e s tIf you are looking for the royal treatment, you'll want to check out this grand oceanfront hotel which resides within the exclusive Grande Dunes community. With a sprawling outdoor pool surrounded by lounge chairs and adorned with palm trees and a cascading waterfall and an indoor pool for year-round use, this resort is any pool-lover's dream. Imagine being able to sit by the pool and still see and hear the beauty of the beach right in front of you. There is also a water slide for thoselooking for a little more excitement.
SAND DUNES RESORT MYRTLE BEACH
t h e p l a c e t o t a k e k i d sThis resort has gained popularity as one of the most family-friendly resorts with one of the best water parks on the Grand Strand. Boasting two indoor and six outdoor pools, along with a kids' playground and water play area, water slides, and a lazy river, this resort oers it all for those looking for a pool-centric experience. And even better, Sand Dunes Resort oers a childcare program so parents can drop their kids o for a day of fun with other kids and relax in one of the quieter pool areas in the resort. Located in the 74th Avenue North area of Myrtle Beach, halfway between Barefoot Landing and Broadway on the Beach, this resort has everything you need and is close to everything you want.
BREAKERS MYRTLE BEACH RESORT
f u n , ah o y !This resort has something dierent than all the others: a pirate ship! This is a great area where kids can play and parents can just hangout and relax. Breakers also features a 418ft . lazy river that winds all the way around their outdoor pool area, which can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike! There's nothing like lying back on an inner tube and just letting your cares float away. Breakers also features several indoor pools and a jacuzzi for some deep relaxation after a day of fun. There is also a Kid's Club oered daily in the summer to keep kids entertained while parents enjoy some time to themselves. Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach at 21st and 27th Avenue North, this is another great destination for kids and adults looking to be in the middle of all the action.
SEAMIST OCEANFRONT RESORT
t h e l a r g e s t r e s o r t wa t e r p a r k i n my r t l e b e a c h At Sea Mist, not only do you have access to the largest resort water park but also you will have to share it only with other Sea Mist guests. Their park has a 670ft. long, 7ft . wide lazy river, 3-story high tubular slide, two mini slides, a water swing, wading pool, and Mushroom Raintree feature. There are spacious sun decks, as well , so in addition to all the fun you can have in the park, you can also choose to relax and catch some rays or some z's, too. There are a total of 10 pools within the resort, two of which are indoor, and most of which include a kiddie pool, as well . There are also indoor and HUGE outdoor jacuzzis to enjoy. If you're looking for a water park resort, this one seems to have it all .
DUNES VILLAGE RESORT
h ome o f t h e o n l y i n d o o r wa t e r p a r kLast but definitely not least on our list is Dunes Village Resort, where you will find the ONLY indoor water park at a Myrtle Beach Resort. In fact, it has TWO! With all of this fun in one resort, the options for how to enjoy the water will be endless. You can swim laps, coast down the lazy river, play basketball or volleyball in the "teen pool," listen to the kids laughter as they enjoy the Silly Submarine, relax in one of the many whirlpools, or get a little more adventurous on the first indoor, adult-sized water slides: the brand new speed slide or the wild winding slide. If you love the beach weather and sunshine, don't worry! Dunes Village has plenty of outdoor swimming options, as well as other outdoor activities. They also oer a Kid's Club. It sounds like this resort boasts a novelty that you will not want to pass up!
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