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... in late October so there were times we had the hot tub or pool to ourselves. Housekeeping only came in daily to empty trash...
... and spoke to Janet and we’re all set up really quick. The pools are fantastic, staff is great and rooms are beautiful! I...
... she’d call when our room became available. We went to the pool to wait, thinking it would be a couple of hours. The temps...
Most popular question about the pool
can you smoke on your balcony with the door closed , also around the outdoor pool area ?
Answer from Josh Shorter
Sep 2020 |
... now non-smoking in all of the rooms and balconies. We do have a reserved smoking area on the outdoor pool deck by our Tiki Hut.
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VonVon1981 wrote a review Oct 2020
Morganton, North Carolina30 contributions18 helpful votes
Husband and I were very happy with our experience. We chose a package that included breakfast and the takeout breakfast was wonderful! We each chose what we wanted each day and ate such a big breakfast we only needed a light snack for lunch. The staff were all very nice. Resort wasn’t crowded in late October so there were times we had the hot tub or pool to ourselves. Housekeeping only came in daily to empty trash and restock towels- which were plentiful. Great experience at this resort!
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Responded 3 weeks ago
Thank you so very much for taking the time to share your experience with us! I am glad to hear that you enjoyed your visit. We look forward to welcoming you back on your next trip to Myrtle Beach. All The Best, Josh
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R654HPmarissab wrote a review Oct 2020
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina1 contribution
We live locally but are in the process of moving. We called last night and spoke to Janet and we’re all set up really quick. The pools are fantastic, staff is great and rooms are beautiful! I would 10/10 recommend!
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Responded 3 weeks ago
Thank you so much for taking the time to share your comments with us from your recent stay with us! Your kind words mean so much to us. I hope that your move goes smoothly! All The Best, Josh
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terrec wrote a review Sep 2020
Charlotte, North Carolina1,913 contributions140 helpful votes
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...but isn't every day at the beach paradise?

After being quarantine crazy with no vacation for this year, we decided to take a chance and go to the beach. We stayed at the Paradise Resort in South Myrtle. Booked a queen suite, which looks really good in the on-line marketing “brochure”, but then, everything looks so much better in the pictures and brochures, don’t they? The hotel staff all wore masks, but it was mixed with the guests. Most were not wearing masks. They provide hand sanitizer at every elevator floor and in the lobby.

We arrived around 10:00 a.m. and check-out is 11:00, so we knew we’d have to wait a little bit since check-in isn’t until 4:00. The lady at check-in was extremely nice and took my cell number and said she’d call when our room became available.

We went to the pool to wait, thinking it would be a couple of hours. The temps had changed to the cooler side of the thermometer so we left home with jeans on and I had on a long sleeve very light weight hoodie. We waited and waited, and finally around 2:00 we checked but no room yet. Even though the winds were crazy rough, it was hot in the sun. I wore my swim suit under my clothes and packed my cover up and flip flops in the pool bag, so I went to the car, and changed into my cover up and went back to easily find an empty lounge chair.

We finally got a call around 3:30 that our room was available so we checked-in and headed up to our suite. The room, 1509, was on the 15th floor and we had a fantastic view from up there! The bedroom with two queen beds is directly to your left when you walk in and has a door to the room. It also has a ceiling fan! Hooray for us, since we sleep with our ceiling fan on every night. That made sleeping so good! The beds are comfortable, but very noisy and squeaky. When you turned over it sounded like both beds were falling apart. Oh, well. It has a great alarm clock with a night light and outlets for charging your cell phone with both plug in and USB ports. You could essentially charge 4 phones.

Outside the bedroom was the washer and dryer which was handy. The bathroom which looked outdated was next. The sink was very stained and looked dirty even though it wasn’t. You could tell it had been there a long time. The bathtub was nice with plenty of room for your shampoo, but it was so high, I could barely step over the side to get in. I’m 5’2” so if you’re short or have knee issues, this will be a challenge. There was only the one bar of soap, so you had to use that to wash your hands and bathe with. There was a bar of soap for your face and I guess you could use that to wash your hands. No grab bar so be careful as the bottom of the tub in this room is a little slippery. There was plenty of light. The hair dryer is under the sink and works really good; I may buy one like that!

The kitchenette was the next room you come to. Typical for beach hotels. It had dishes, silverware, coffee pot, but no pots or pans. If you plan on cooking, bring some pots and pans. The refrigerator worked very well and got very cold. The big living area has a Murphy bed and a hide-a-bed, so this room can sleep eight and maybe more if you have small or skinny people. There are TVs in the bedroom and the living room. There is also a small round kitchen table in this area.

It was decorated cute, with walls painted in blue, green, and yellow. It had some really cute decorations. The shower curtain and bedspreads matched and were nice. So not your typical beach hotel room.

We didn’t have any problem getting a lounge chair by the pool. There is a large area with chairs and there are some chairs around the pool, but it’s tight so not many there. We did not get in the pool since it was chilly. There are two hot tubs, both of which are in the middle of the lazy river…not so good with all those screaming kids! I think I saw an indoor pool, so it’s possible there is one there as well, but I’m not positive. We really didn’t explore the hotel but there is a fitness center somewhere as well.

We loved sitting on our balcony and you have a great view from that high up. I got some great shots and my sister in law says I captured a great shot of a riptide…didn’t even know it, just thought the waves were making a pretty pattern!

They were pressure washing the parking deck while we were there so we had to park across the street and walk over. Not really that bad and since it is off season, there wasn’t any traffic to dodge. There aren’t many handicap parking spaces, so keep this in mind as well. You will have free WiFi and breakfast every morning. The restaurant is closed, thanks to COVID, but you can get it boxed to go. Problem is, by the time you get back to your room, the food is cold. Be sure to get a fruit cup, they are really good! You have a safe in the room and you have set a code, very easy, like all the ones on cruise ships.

We did enjoy the Paradise Resort and will probably go back. If you choose this hotel, keep an open mind and enjoy your stay.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Room Tip: Ask for a higher up floor for the best view. We were on the 15th floor had a great view.
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Response from Joshua Shorter, Guest Services / Front Office at Paradise Resort
Responded 27 Sep 2020
Thank you so very much for your detailed review of your recent visit with us! I am so glad to hear that you enjoyed your visit with us. I do apologize for the wait time before getting into your room. Thank you again for taking the time to share this for us. We look forward to seeing you again on your next trip to Myrtle Beach. All The Best, Josh
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Donna M wrote a review Sep 2020
Cleveland, Ohio115 contributions43 helpful votes
We booked a special rate for Sunday-Thursday stays, which included free breakfast buffet. On arrival check-in was quick. Despite being high up in the building the elevators were large and fast, and we never had to wait long for one. The room included a bedroom with a king bed, bathroom with tub and shower, kitchen with extra appliances and basic cooking and serving utensils, a living room-dining room with sofa, comfortable chair, coffee table, small dining table and four chairs, and an oceanfront private balcony. A murphy bed was included as well, although we did not use it. Everything was very clean, and the AC worked very well with a central thermostat. Parking is in the attached garage and we never had trouble finding a parking spot. Due to COVID the hot breakfast buffet was take-out only, but the system worked well. one person would go to the buffet table at a time and tell the server what they wanted, which was then packaged for take-out. Selections included scrambled eggs, sausage, ham, biscuits and gravy, french toast sticks or waffles, cold cereals, toast, fruit cup or yogurt and juice. It was more than adequate with pretty good quality.

The resort features a large swimming pool outside, plus two hot tubs, a kiddie pool and a lazy river under cover though open to the veranda. All the pools were very clean and pool towels are provided. The beach-front veranda has some tables and chairs as well as a good number of lounges, some with umbrellas. The veranda has direct access to the beach and also has a tiki bar/snack bar. The resort is located in the southern part of Myrtle, away from the crowds of the center, so is a little quieter than some places, which was fine with us. Our rooms were quiet as well, and the bed comfortable. One quibble is that the bathtub was somewhat deeper than usual, and there were no hand bars, so navigating it was a bit tricky for us who are pushing 70. But the shower, hot water and water pressure were all very good.

Housekeeping due to COVID was limited to replacing towels and basic supplies on request and collecting trash. The staff was all very polite and helpful, and the system worked fine for us. Most people wore masks and refrained from crowding the elevators and kept distances. We did smell some marijuana smoke from our balcony

All in all, we were quite pleased with our accommodations and service, and would not hesitate to stay here again.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Responded 23 Sep 2020
Donna, Thank you so very much for your sharing your experience with us. I am glad to hear that you enjoyed your visit. I wanted to thank you also for your suggestions for handgrips for the bathtubs. We are always eager to hear guest feedback so that we know in what ways we can improve the overall experience. Thank you again, and we look forward to seeing you on your next trip back with us! All The Best, Josh
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Brandie W wrote a review Sep 2020
Gassaway, West Virginia1 contribution
The resort, even during this pandemic, was very nice and relaxing. The pool, hot tub, decks were kept clean. The onsite cafe was closed for dine in, but was very accommodating with carry out. Every staff member we encountered were extremely friendly and always ask how we were, how our stay was going, and if we needed anything. The downside was the parking garage is only 4 stories, but they do offer additional parking across the street. Once the Labor Day weekend was over, parking wasn't an issue, even with Mustang Week going strong. We will definitely stay again.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Responded 11 Sep 2020
Brandie, Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts with us from your recent stay. I am so glad to hear that you enjoyed everything! We look forward to welcoming you back on your next visit to Myrtle Beach! All The Best, Josh
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Questions & answers about the pool

Answer from Josh Shorter
Sep 2020 |
Our property is now non-smoking in all of the rooms and balconies. We do have a reserved smoking area on the outdoor pool deck by our Tiki Hut.
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Karen M asked a question Mar 2018
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inside pool
Answer from Carla S
Mar 2018 |
Yes the inside pool is nice, also a lazy river and a jacuzzi.
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Thomas G asked a question Feb 2018
Washington, Pennsylvania7 contributions
How many indoor and outdoor pools are there ? how many lazy rivers indoor or outdoor ?
Answer from LELDER4613
Feb 2018 |
There is one large outdoor pool. The lazy river is indoor. There are indoor pools and jacuzzi.
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Answer from Mohit G
Mar 2017 |
Yes. I will be open in April. I have visited in last week of Feb and It was open.
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Answer from dan s
Dec 2015 |
Hello, my name is Dan Steege and I am the Guest Services Manager at Paradise Resort here in Myrtle Beach. To answer your questions, yes our pool facility is indoors and also heated. The pool hours year round are 9am to 11pm and they will most definitely be open and fully enclosed indoors during that time of year. Anything else I can help out with?
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