This blog post was updated on June 29, 2015.

Myrtle Beach; Flickr, alan2onion
Myrtle Beach is the perfect place for any type of beach vacation! 
There’s a reason why so many tourists book cheap tickets to Myrtle Beach to get a slice of the summer sun. Millions of beach hoppers flock to Myrtle Beach every year because it is a versatile location for all kinds of travelers. This All-American destination serves up fun in the sun for families, romantics and even budget travelers. With our hotel guide, you can find the perfect place to lay your head during your beach vacation.
Family Hotel: Dunes Village Resort Myrtle Beach
Let’s face the music: kids often rule when it comes to family vacations. Your twin 5-year olds need a place where they can run around and play, while your teenaged son needs to get off his smartphone and get some much needed sun. And most of all, parents want a hotel that not only satisfies everyone, but also brings the comforts of home. Look no further than the spacious Dunes Village Resort Myrtle Beach. This is a family paradise with tons of activities to fill your entire vacation. There is an indoor water park complex featuring a 250 ft. lazy river, as well as a kiddie deck area for little ones and hot tubs for parents who need to soak their tired feet! Not only do you get all this, but you’ll also have family-styled rooms with a kitchenette and a private balcony so you’ll never miss the sun setting on another gorgeous day in Myrtle Beach.
Romantic Hotel: Marina Inn at Grande Dunes
Sometimes, you need to get away from it all to enjoy a romantic vacation. For your romance-filled weekend in Myrtle Beach, head to the Marina Inn at Grande Dunes. Don’t be fooled by the name – this is a premier luxury hotel featuring the best of the best service for you and your partner. We love the variety of packages for romantics, from the Grande Devotion Package for couples (which includes champagne and chocolates on arrival and an intimate dinner), to the Honeymoon package (which includes a couples massage in room, a three-course dinner and a spa basket)! This splendid hotel is the perfect romantic getaway to enjoy the beach and true romance under the sun.
Budget Hotel: Palmetto Shores Oceanfront
If you need a hotel for less than $100 a night, check out the Palmetto Shores Oceanfront. This budget friendly hotel gives you the perks of the beach and a comfortable room, but at a great price. Stay during the week and book early, and you might pay less than $60 a night! The hotel is primarily located by the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade, which makes it perfect for exploring the best the beach has to offer. You’ll enjoy amenities like family suites, an oceanfront gazebo and pools for both adults and kids.
Luxury Hotel: The Marriott Myrtle Beach Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes
While Myrtle Beach may not be a luxury destination, you can enjoy a grand stay at The Marriott Myrtle Beach Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes. Enjoy the finer things in life at this luxury resort, including golf, tennis and a luxury hotel spa. Most rooms are ocean view, so you can take a deep breath and truly unwind while you admire the gorgeous views. There is even a private beach area for hotel guests to enjoy sunbathing without having to fuss to find the perfect spot. Don’t miss out the Hibiscus Spa, where you can get a selection of relaxing massages and treatments. We love the Travel Back massage for busy travelers!
Good for Everyone Hotel: Hampton Inn & Suites Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort
If you’re looking for a well-rounded stay where you can just comfortably rest your head at night after a long day of vacationing, you’ll enjoy the simplicity of the Hampton Inn & Suites Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort. All you need is a little bit of Southern Hospitality, and you’ll definitely find it here! This hotel fits all travelers, whether you have a large family or you’re traveling solo and want to have the beach right at your fingertips. Opt for a guest room or a suite to cook your own meals. And of course, everyone starts the day right with a free hot breakfast.
Photo Credit: Flickr, alan2onion 

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