Courtyard by Marriott Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1000 Commons Boulevard, Highway 17, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 29572, United States
Courtyard Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing
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Very Good
35%
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 40% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families58
  • Couples71
  • Solo75
  • Business53

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Over 100 Specialty Shops

by Tryla about Barefoot Landing

Are you looking for the best place to shop on the entire Grand Strand? Look no further than Barefoot Landing. Nowhere else on the Grand Strand is there a collection of stores like the one at Barefoot Landing. With over 100 specialty shops, you're certain to find a few interesting items. Then there are the 13 factory direct stores to browse through. Either way, it's tough to leave without filling a shopping bag.

Shop Til You Drop

by Limanative

We visited both the Barefoot Landing and Broadway at the Beach shopping centers. I enjoyed both. While some shops were a repeat, the atmospheres were different enough that they were equally enjoyable.

Barefoot Landing

by GUYON

Barefoot Landing is both an entertainment place and a mall.
There are :
- the Alabama Theatre : the performance is at 7PM. A bit expensive : 49.95$ to 38.95$
- Ghosts and Legends : a terrific show
- Aligator Adventure : a reptile zoo
- House of Blues : see the dedicated tip

And Restaurants : T-Bonz Gill & Grill (a steack house), Joe's (sea food)

And a lot of shops

Traveling isn’t traveling without a load of kids!

by Gra8ful

The best way to get around in Myrtle Beach is by car. You can get on a tram but I like the freedom of a car. If you wait untill after dark expect a lot of traffic .In the summer vacations months June-Sep. it's crowded and traffic is bad near the Barefoot Landing and towards the Pavilion. If your close to walk where you wanna go I would walk. (For car rentals contact your nearest Enterprise Car rentals.)

See THE BEACH, Ripley's...

by chasman

See THE BEACH, Ripley's Aquarium, Broadway At The Beach, Barefoot Landing, The Myrtle Beach Pavillion and the waterparks that are located throughout the area.

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Forum Posts

day tours / tigers

by usawannabe

thanks for answers to previous question re Myrtle Beach - Atlanta. Now a new question - website suggestions please for any companies which might offer day trip tours to say... Georgetown, or Charleston? Also, I've seen advertised in a brochure (for South Carolina) under Family Fun & Entertainment, TIGERS (SEASONAL) - but can't see where or when - any ideas? thanks

Re: day tours / tigers

by piytravelmike

This is probably what you are looking for: http://www.tigerfriends.com/
Looks like they are open March through October. Their Preservation Station is located in Barefoot Landing.

Re: day tours / tigers

by usawannabe

I can't thankyou enough - thanks for the tiger link, looks awesome. Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou!

November visit

by mshanbaum

I am planning a one week family vacation to Myrtle Beach in November With another family. We have 7 kids all together, ages 2-15. Is there a lot of businesses that stay open through November, basically for entertainment? I would hate to have the whole "boardwalk" closed down during our visit.
Thanks for any info.,
Michelle

Re: November visit

by piytravelmike

I've never been to Myrtle Beach in the off-season, so I'm not an authority, but I just noticed that the TIGERS Preservation Station (at Barefoot Landing) is closed after October - http://www.tigerfriends.com/

Whether this is an indication of other businesses' seasonality, I don't know.

Re: November visit

by Tom_In_Madison

A lot of your entertainment will be inside, Ripleys aquarium, shopping & entertainment at Broadway at the Beach, Dixie Stampede, etc... the beach won't be all that inviting at that time. I went during spring break a few years ago and it was highs of about 70. My mother lives there, and they do get a little snow during february and january....a trace here and there once or twice. It's not hot all year round.

There will be things to do, but not everything. I'm sure you've already picked up a tourist guide book from them, you can look at it and pretty much guess what will and won't be open then. At least the roads won't be so crowded like they are in summer. :)

Mrytle Beach

by Mlang418

What is there to do in Myrtle Beach during the winter season? Are there any stores or shops open? Any fine dining? How about New Years Eve? Please write back. Thanks.

Re: Mrytle Beach

by MURRA

TRY GOLF , the stores are open and lots of restaurants weather in january in 50s fahrenheit ok for outdoors . check the georgia islands and naval museum at savvanah georgia

Re: Mrytle Beach

by Mar78

Myrtle Beach is a lot less crowded during the winter, but that's what I like about it. There should still be plenty to do. The outlet malls should all be open, as well as Broadway at the Beach and Barefoot Landing. All of the restaurants should be open, too. The only area really affected by the end of season is the front beach area around the pavilion. The pavilion and the water parks close, and some of the little surf shops close, but most everything else stays open. There are plenty of year-round residents and year-round tourists to keep things operational. Myrtle Beach isn't exactly known for its elegance, but there are some decent restaurants. I've heard that the Parson's Table is excellent, though I've never been there. As for New Year's, there's sure to be something going on. I know that Collective Soul is at the House of Blues, and other clubs will have bands and special things. Check out:

http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/mld/myrtlebeachonline/entertainment/
or:

http://www.celebrationsnitelife.com/NewYearsEve.htm

Re: Mrytle Beach

by jkdawson

i am trying to find out what the weather is like aroud feb.21st

Re: Re: Mrytle Beach

by MURRA

IT WILL BE IN THE 50 AND 60S OK FOR GOLF ,BEACH IS COLD THOUGH

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Address: 1000 Commons Boulevard, Highway 17, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 29572, United States