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Kingston Resorts Completing $65 Million Renovation at Two Myrtle Beach Destinations

MYRTLE BEACH, South CarolinaFollowing a $65 million renovation, Kingston Resorts is welcoming guests to fully updated rooms, suites and meeting/event space at two Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, properties: Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort and Embassy Suites by Hilton Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort. Work will be wrapping up through this fall, with a new restaurant, pool and two waterparks. The multi-property beachfront resort destination was recently acquired by EOS Hospitality.

“The updates we’ve made to Kingston Resorts, and are finalizing completely, enhance the offerings travelers can now choose from when visiting Myrtle Beach,” said Bob Barenberg, managing director of Kingston Resorts. “There truly isn’t another resort experience like ours in the destination, and we’re proud to be a leader here.”

The oceanfront Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort has finished a complete refresh of rooms, suites, event space, dining outlets and the pool area. Updated rooms now feature all new furniture, flooring, paint and decor, along with views of the Atlantic Ocean. Additionally, the hotel’s outdoor dining and pool space has been completely updated with an island-centric vibe at the Wet Whistle Pool Bar and alfresco dining at Beachcombers, where guests can play games like oversized chess, connect four and shuffleboard.

Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort also offers nearly 57,000 square feet of renovated meeting space spanning 24 rooms for groups of up to 1,000 guests. The hotel can provide meeting planners with a variety of functional space options both indoors and outdoors, including a top floor ballroom that overlooks the ocean.

Embassy Suites by Hilton Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort has completed updates to its suites as well as event and activity spaces. Coastal modern design decorates each of the refreshed suites, all of which feature two rooms with a living space and pull-out couch.

The property features over 61,000 square feet of event space and 30 meeting rooms for a variety of corporate occasions. The column-free Kensington Ballroom can accommodate up to 2,000 people, and climate-controlled pavilions work well for outdoor receptions.

Currents Seaside Entertainment opened in late August with a new grand pool outfitted with 28 cabanas and 350 lounge chairs, in addition to two Currents Waterparks with slides and dunk buckets.

Black Drum Brewing is the final phase of Kingston Resorts’ renovation, opening at Embassy Suites this fall. The brewery will offer waterfront dining overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and will serve up coastal Carolina cuisine in an industrial modern design with vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows. Black Drum Brewing will also feature an upstairs ballroom space with a terrace and two event lawns for business luncheons, receptions and retreats.

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