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Get Paid for Playing! On the East Coast 4 Round Special you get to choose from 16 award-winning courses. Plus get a $100 Gift Card to use any way you want at the course food, drink, golf gear or even same day afternoon replays. 4 Round / 3 Night packages start at $81 per night per golfer. Click here http://bit.ly/1TBjw4i or call 888-739-2775 to book.
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Chase Birdies With The Big Cats. Play all of the Big Cats Courses this Fall: Tiger's Eye, Leopard's Chase, Panther's Run and Lions Paw. Play 3 Rounds and get the 4th Rounds FREE Plus Lunch is included with each round. 4 Rounds/5 Nights from $67 per night per golfer. Click here http://bit.ly/1rSGW3O or call 888-739-2775 to book.
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3000 N Ocean Blvd Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
3000 North Ocean BoulevardUSSouth CarolinaMyrtle Beach29577
(888) 467-6087caribbeanresort.com
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A classic Myrtle Beach family hotel with an all new look. The Caribbean Resort has been the vacation choice of families and couples for over 40 years . 
With a total renovation of the suites in the Dominican Tower and the completion of the brand new Cayman condo tower with 2, 3 and 4 bedroom luxury units, we have taken vacations to an all new level. For those families looking for a quieter atmosphere we offer the Chelsea House 2 & 3 bedroom condos located across the street and away from the main resort.
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Relaxed resort offering rooms, suites & villas, plus an on-site water park, kids' club & tiki bar.- Google
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in the last week
If you're not a party animal who loves to throw down alcohol all night and listen to loud fireworks at 12:30 then don't come. Even in August it's surrounded by drunks acting out and the pools and hot tubs are over crowded. Water slide is down of course. Not enough elveators and then the rooms in the Dominican look like a best western with a kitchen. Definitely not worth the price. Pictures are very misleading. Management is the biggest joke.
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Kazi Poran
a week ago
Everything was great except the internet speed and water pressure. The WiFi speed is almost same as dial up. I ended up using my Hotspot, i couldn't survive if I didn't have my Hotspot because you have to wait over 1 minute for a single page to load. The water pressure for the sink and shower was very low and made each shower extra long. That's the only bad parts, everything else was great given the exceptional price. We paid about $120 per night in the Jamaican building and everything exceeded our expectations. The rooms, bathroom, kitchen were clean. They had a safe, plenty of towels, a nice view of the ocean, fridge, good AC, and many other things. The location was great, everything was close by. They had 5 hot tubs and bunch of pools including lazy rivers. I will definitely come back again. We loved our visit. I would highly recommend if you can deal with the two issues, which we didn't mind too much.
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Kaya Ismail
a month ago
Ok I'm not gonna lie pool area and view is FANTASTIC. Other then that I hated the room!! As soon as I arrived I went to check in they gave me my card I went up to my room my card didn't work I waited 15 minutes until they told me they gave me the wrong room number. As soon as I opened the door u walk into the kitchen is right across from the bathroom which I hated. The door knobs are so old and rusty. The bathroom SO SMALL!! The room also had a bad odor I wish I didn't stay there I paid 264 for one night and I regret. Just liked the balcony of the ocean view. When I turned on the tv for cable wasn't even clear. Never going back! But I have to say employees are very nice
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Joellen Webb
a month ago
We have stayed at the Caribbean resort many, many times. We have always been very pleased with the hotel. It is always clean and friendly. One huge issue that we had this time were the young teens that they had hired for security. It was horrible. they were jumping over the hot tub, cussing and setting a very bad example for children. We will continue to stay there but I sure hope they hire the security people back that they use to hire. I'm sure that they hired these young teens to save money but if they lose visitors then it will not pay in the end.
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Marsha Duke
3 weeks ago
Horrible! Horrible! Horrible! I asked for my reservations to be modified and SOME HOW Caribbean Resort and Villas ended up cancelling my reservations all together!!! I have 9 family members traveling to the resort on Aug. 20th now we have no where to stay because the resort sold our room...I tried everything to ask them to accommodate and they did not give a shit and told me sorry we are booked. I spoke with Ann at the front desk and the front desk supervisors neither of them were helpful! They ruined our family vacation!
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Gayle H
2 months ago
This resort was absolutely lovely, from the beautifully decorated rooms to the sparkling clean pools, lazy river, etc. There are also multiple Jacuzzis. There is a restaurant next door, which serves delicious food - the best seafood quiche I've ever had! The hours are a little strange though, we stopped by twice before we caught them open. They are open several hours for breakfast, at which point they close and reopen at 12 for lunch. After lunch they again close and I think they reopen at 4:30 for dinner. But it was worth the third try! The ONLY reason I didn't give this hotel 5 stars is because of the smoking around the pool. Maybe this is common practice in the South, but even though there were signs stating "no smoking on pool deck" (unclear if that means directly around the pool or the deck outside the tiki bar as well) people freely smoked. There was even a guy floating down the lazy river smoking a cigarette. We moved several times to try to avoid smokers. Having said that that, I still would go back here again! I would just hope they would consider making the entire pool area smoke-free, or at least have more staff "policing" the area to make sure people are following the rules.
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David Cole
a month ago
This was our fourth year at the Caribbean and our longest vacation ever (eleven days). As usual, we had a great time. We have two boys, ages 10 and 6 who make great use of all the water amenities (pools, lazy rivers, hot tubs and water slide). Located at the very north end of the Grand Strand, The Caribbean is in an ideal family location. You are very close to many of the area attractions (Broadway on the Beach, Rippley's Aquarium, Myrtle Waves, Pirates Voyage, etc) but you don't get all the loud motorcyles and drunken revellers that you encounter further south on the Strand. Most of restaurants in Myrtle Beach I've found to be overpriced and the food rates not-very-good to just awful. However, the Sea Captain's House, right next door to The Caribbean, has decent food, a fantastic view and, for what you get, is reasonably priced. Makes for a nice date night. The view of the beach from the Dominican Tower is wonderful. However we typically don't spend much time on the beach as the riptides can make swimming in the surf a little precarious. We made a great decision this year in arriving on a Monday and leaving on a Friday. Fridays are the WORST check-in days and Sundays/Mondays are the worst for checking out since a lot of folks just come for the weekend - so getting a luggage dolly and waiting in the check-in line is a real chore. We were there over the 4th of July for the second time this year. Last year we made the mistake of going out on the beach to watch the fireworks. As unregulated fireworks are legal in SC, there were a lot of freelancers setting them off on the beach - many of whom were not terribly sober - making us fear for our safety. So this year we opted to watch the fireworks from the safe range of the outdoor pool. You can't really see the official fireworks from Myrtle Beach very well, but the freelance show is close enough to professional to make up for it. Some of the changes this year over previous years: they've upgrade the TVs to larger ones. They've also introduced a new system for pool towels. In the past you could just freely pickup and return towels. This year, they issued cards to check out towels. I suppose this is to encourage you to return the towels. The only problem is, the towel attendants seem much more interested in making time with the young attractive guests than in providing prompt towel service. Also, I was a little worried that someone, having lost their own towel, might lift mine to avoid being charged. So, we just used our own beach towels. It wasn't a big inconvenience. Some of the problems we encountered: the WiFi sucks. I imagine it's because so many more people are using WiFi these days and they haven't upgraded to keep up with the volume. All our devices connected, but were painfully slow or even unable to access web services. We also had some problems with the sliding glass door to our balcony slipping off track. We called the first day and they came up with some WD 40 which did nothing to help the problem. Second day we called again and someone came up and fiddled with it a bit and showed my wife how to lift the door to get it back on track when it came off. However, that only worked if you were inside. If you were outside, you just had to muscle it open. So finally, after complaining again, on the third day they sent someone up with a grinder to repair it and it worked well the rest of our stay. The only other issue - and this has been a problem every time we've stayed - some of the guests like to come down in the morning to reserve pool chairs by putting a towels on them and then they don't return until late afternoon. Consequently, many of the people using the pool can't get a chair. My wife called and reported one instance of this a few days into our stay. Staff went down, investigated, gathered up all the belongings a put them in a pile on the pool deck. Sure enough about 5 hours later, the guests returned to find their stuff in a pile. It was less of a problem the rest of our stay.
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Jeff Shetler
2 months ago
Checking in? Pack a lunch. Expect both clerks there on a Friday afternoon to require 20 minutes with each guest checking in. Need a suggestion for a place to eat, or anything to do? Save yourself the trouble of asking anyone who works at the hotel and just Google it, or ask a schizophrenic: either will provide better information. But once you get to your room, feel free to relax! The condition of the rooms, from broken towel hangers to broken sprinklers, to chunks missing from the walls is enough to make you understand that if you aren't killed by a local sociopath, whatever diseases are growing in the sheets most certainly will. "Rat hole" would be an insult to the rat, and the hole. If the prospect of your inevitable demise is unsettling, head to the tiki bar by the pool! The drinks are watered-down and everything is overpriced, which you expect, but less so is that you'll be better off eating your own sandal, if you order any food. The process of exchanging payment for goods, and then delivering those goods, is something they're only good at half of. It is possible to enjoy your stay, as long as you spend as little time as possible in the hotel, or speaking with anyone unfortunate enough to work there.
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