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Big waves, beautiful scenery, and more await you in Myrtle Beach. See it on the cheap with a two-star hotel.
You’ll find a variety of activities in Myrtle Beach that don’t require a ton of cash.
Start at the Oceanfront Boardwalk and Promenade, which runs nearly 2 km from the 14th Avenue Pier to the 2nd Avenue Pier. You’ll have access to the sandy beach and cool water of the Atlantic Ocean, as well as numerous stores and restaurants. Window-shop for kitschy local souvenirs to bring your friends, or stop by one of the many eateries for a snack or a full-on platter of seafood. If you run out of boardwalk to explore, there’s plenty more to do inland. Head to Broadway at the Beach, a sprawling complex full of theatres, a comedy club, restaurants, more shopping, and numerous other attractions.
Love animals? The T.I.G.E.R.S. Preservation Station, located in North Myrtle Beach, is home to Siberian and Bengal tigers (among others), and admission is completely free. Learn about these giant cats (and some of their non-feline companions) and even take photographs with them. Looking for something to stretch your legs? Go shelling at Myrtle Beach State Park. For a few dollars per person, you can go shelling, as well as wander the nature trails and look over the fishing pier. You can keep on saving money even when you find a place to stay. When you book cheap hotel deals in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, you’ll enjoy comfortable accommodations without spilling the entire contents of your wallet. Check your email via the free Wi-Fi, and if you stay near the beach itself, watch the sunrise from your window.
Whether you’re in town overnight or are looking at an extended stay, you can trust Expedia.ca to find you the best deals on hotels in Myrtle Beach. We’ll get you the lowest rates available for the top rooms and suites, so you save money during your vacation. Now that’s what we call a good trip.