Myrtle Beach Marriott Unveils a Transformed Resort

 
 

Small Market Meetings
Published July 06, 2017

MYRTLE BEACH, South Carolina — The Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort and Spa at Grande Dunes, rising high above the Atlantic on the northern end of Myrtle Beach, has announced the completion of its $14 million makeover for the summer season.

The Marriott’s massive remodeling project, which began in October 2016, showcases 405 revamped guest rooms that were redesigned to include contemporary furniture, including chests, mirrors, artwork, closets, desks, chairs and beds. All rooms now also contain new 50-inch smart TVs. Guest room bathrooms were replaced with new walk-in showers, mirrors, fixtures, commodes and lighting. The hallways on the resort’s 11 floors were recarpeted and updated as well.

“We believe our guests will be pleased and delighted with these renovations,” said Cindy Hull, director of sales and marketing for the Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort and Spa. “The Myrtle Beach Marriott has always set a high standard among the oceanfront hotels here along the Grand Strand, and these upgrades will define a new benchmark of luxury moving forward.”

The resort offers high-end amenities and features. On the corporate end of the spectrum, there is 45,000 square feet of contemporary meeting space, as well as gourmet catering options, modern audiovisual equipment, a business center and high-speed internet.

Located in the exclusive Grand Dunes area, the resort is designed with elegance, flexibility and fun in mind. The upper and lower pool decks offer additional landscaped space for outdoor receptions by the ocean.

With 60 miles of pristine coastline to explore, Myrtle Beach also offers plenty of recreational activities. Guests can play golf, have fun at the many entertainment attractions, dine in the “seafood capital of South Carolina” and shop, or they can stroll along the 1.2-mile oceanfront boardwalk and enjoy the natural setting.