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Landmark Resort in Myrtle Beach, SC

1501 South Ocean BlvdMyrtle Beach, SC 29577
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Situated on the beach, just 2.6 miles from the popular Whispering Palms Golf Course and 1.2 miles from the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade, Landmark Resort offer bright and inviting accommodations with free Wi-Fi, wet bars, mini refrigerators, microwaves and more. Amenities include an on-site water park, a 9-hole mini golf course, a lazy river, airport transportation and other conveniences.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Myrtle Beach Travel Experts
  • Free Wi-Fi.
  • Furnished balconies.
  • On-site water park.
  • 9-hole mini-golf.
  • Microwaves and minifridges in-room.
  • 1.2 miles from the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk.
  • 2.2 miles from Myrtle Beach International Airport.
  • Shuttle available with prior reservation. $5 per person, per way.
  • Minimum age to check-in is 21.

Property Amenities

  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Beachfront
  • Business Center
  • Children's Pool
  • Children's Program
  • Fitness Facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Game Room
  • Gift Shop
  • Guest Laundry
  • Handicapped Access
  • Hot Tub
  • Ice Machines
  • Indoor Pool
  • Inside Corridors
  • Internet Access in Public Areas (free)
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Outdoor Pool (seasonal)
  • Outside Corridors
  • Porter/Bellman
  • Restaurant on Property
  • Room Service
  • Security Guard
  • Smoking Rooms Available
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Check-In: 4:00pm Check-Out: 11:00am
Landmark Resort is within 2 miles of the Family Kingdom and within 3 miles of Broadway at the Beach attractions and Myrtle Beach Convention Center.

Landmark Resort guestrooms offer microwaves, refrigerators, premium channels, complimentary wireless Internet access, and furnished balconies. Other amenities include an on-site restaurant and lounge, newly renovated indoor and outdoor pool facilities, mini-golf and covered parking garage.

A $100 refundable security deposit will be collected at check-in. Young adults under the age of 21 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Resort fee and booking fee will be paid upon check-in.

Reserve Myrtle Beach Customer Reviews

2 Reviews
Jessica Heilig
Salisbury, NC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"nice hotel"
April, 2015
The hotel is nice. The exterior of the hotel could use an upgrade. Also the pyramid water park doesn't work or look anything like the photo. The room wasn't ready when I checked in at 7pm. They manager did give me free breakfast and 10% off my stay. The indoor pools are so amazing but not all are heated. Only the indoor lazy river is heated. Parking is convenient and the walkway is helpful. The staff is really nice. The breakfast restaurant is really cheap and the food is awesome. Located 10 minutes from every where you want to go. Overall a really good stay. Will return again.
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Eric B.
Columbia, SC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Awesome resort on the beach."
March, 2015
Great Resort for the price. This hotel had everything and more than I expected. All the workers were very nice, especially Mr. Sherman who upgraded my room to ocean view with no extra charge. I will definitely come back to this resort.
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Tip: If it's your first time at this resort, let them know and they more than likely will upgrade your room.

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Maranda D
"LOVE The Off-Season"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 21, 2017 NEW
We live less than two hours away, so Myrtle Beach is an easy mini-vacation for my husband and I to enjoy. We don't have kids, and we enjoy a peaceful, uncrowded get-away, so the off-season is perfect. Landmark has become our 'home-away-from-home' and our go-to spot for staying in Myrtle Beach. The off-season rates are great, and a very good value. (The 60 More Days Of Summer promotion gave us 3 nights in an Oceanfront room for less than $250 total, plus $60 food credit coupon and an extra $10 food credit bonus for sharing on FB.) This was our third stay at Landmark, and our first time in an Oceanfront room. (Oceanfront was definitely worth the little extra cost over Oceanview.) Oceanfront offered us the constant view and sound of the beach, up-close and personal. Waking up to the sunrise and direcct sunshine streaming right into the room was just beautiful. Resting on the balcony during sunset in the evening was the perfect ending to our days. As usual, our room was very clean and was ready for us even though we arrived about two hours early. From front desk to housekeeping, the staff at Landmark was as pleasant and polite as always. Absolutely no complaints about the cleanliness or service. We had only two "complaints" on this visit, both of which are rather trivial: First, there were no towels at the pool, ever. The racks that used to hold the towels were not even there anymore, so I'm going to assume this may be a new policy that the hotel just no longer supplies towels at the pool area. Thankfully I brought a beach towel from home, so my husband and I could at least get somewhat wiped down. I'd suggest bringing your own beach towels just to be safe. Second, the coffee bar up front apparently closes early in the off-season - or so we were told by front desk. We like an evening coffee, but two of the three nights, the coffee bar was closed by the time we finished dinner. The mini coffee pot in the room makes very weak, bland coffee (this is standard in ANY hotel and definitely subjective to personal taste, of course), so that was a slight bummer. However, I can totally understand that there just isn't enough traffic to support the coffee bar needing to stay open evenings in the off-season, and I don't fault Landmark for this. I'd just like to recommend some signage for daily hours of operation (even the front desk seemed unsure when I asked). Landmark continues to be a great place to enjoy Myrtle Beach - especially if you like the peace and slower pace of the off-season. October's weather is perfectly mild for enjoying strolling and combing the beach!
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South Carolina
"Thankful for a renovated room."
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed October 20, 2017 NEW
Stayed here 2 nights for a women's conference. We had an ocean view room in an area of the resort that had been renovated in at least the last 10 years. The rest of the resort had clearly not been updated in decades. This would be about average for this area of Myrtle Beach. I will not be returning.
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Teresa K
"Expectations was a little to high"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed October 17, 2017 NEW
My husband and I decided to do a "spur of the moment overnight stay" and saw this hotel and images which looked great for the ocean front room for 119.00 a night. as soon as we drove up, I thought, wow, not quite what I expected. seems run down in the front lobby and had to stand in line which took forever!!! we got our room and I almost walked out as fast as I came in- the room they happened to give us smelt like stale cigarettes and dirty walls, carpet, picture over the couch looks like it had been stolen. the couch was dirty and looked like it was 30 years old, lamp shades was crooked and dirty! everything about that room was dirty looking so we told them how disappointed we were for the price and the room they gave us was worth more like 50 a night, if that. there was no refund so the girl was nice enough to ask their security to show us a few more rooms. luckily, they had a clean decent room so we stayed the night. But over all, that place needs some seriously renovations and esp. painted!! it has the potential to be really nice, but I found it to be very tacky and for the price they charged us was not worth it!
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Greensboro, North Carolina
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed October 17, 2017 NEW
We stayed in what was billed as an Angle Executive King Suite at a cost of $123.15 per night; 4 night booking from 10/12/17 – 10/16/17. We’d read many reviews and chalked up the poor reviews to something akin to – you just can’t make everybody happy. Boy, were we wrong. Heed the poor reviews folks. Our room number was 1546 and it truly felt like tenement housing. The place was seedy, filthy and very very poorly maintained. The place stunk of stale cigarette smoke, the halls smelled like cat urine and other nasty funk. The refrigerator was absolutely disgusting and you had to force the door to close, the microwave was filthy and grimey, the cabinet doors did not close. It appeared as thought perhaps the cabinet base under the sink must have been damaged at some point and rather than replace it, they removed the doors and hung a cheesy curtain over the opening. The cord for the hairdryer looked as though a piranha had been gnawing on it – truly a fire hazard. The table on the patio had been used repeatedly as an ashtray. The room safe did not work – I called down to the desk to ask if that could be addressed and for an extra blanket. The phone just rang and rang; that happened twice before someone answered. They said they’d send someone…nobody ever showed up. At this point, I felt the chances of getting moved to another “suite” were likely slim, to none. The owners and management of this “resort” should truly be ashamed of themselves for even renting this particular “suite” to anyone.
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"Very affordable aging resort"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed October 16, 2017 NEW
My wife found a deal on this hotel for an August 2017 vacation. As things go our plans were pushed back into September. It was a very easy process to change the dates and the rates were actually lower. We arrived as a hurricane swirled about 300 miles off the coast. That turned out to be awesome. Myrtle Beach was nearly empty, giving us the town to ourselves. My original booking was for a room facing the street, but on our arrival we had our choice of any room. We ended up facing the ocean and overlooking the outdoor pool. With a strong cool breeze we slept soundly with our balcony door wide open. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. The resort was in the midst of some much needed remodelling. Fortunately we were several floors away from the work so it was still very quiet. The Landmark was probably an awesome resort when it was originally built in 1970. The years have taken a toll on it. The restaurant, bar, gift shop, and game room seem frozen in time, if a bit musty. Walking past them I almost feel I'm on a 70's cruise ship. The ceiling seems low and the rooms cramped. They need to completely tear these out and modernize them. The pool area is well maintained and clean. With one strange exception. There is an abandoned shop or bar (not sure) that sits between the outdoor pool and the way to the indoor pool. It appears to have not been in use for sometime. I was at the Landmark 25 years ago and there were palm trees lining where the pool deck ends and the beach begins. Those are a mess. The palms are mostly dead, one looks like it collapsed from rot, surrounding them are overgrown weeds and possibly sea grass (which is likely protected in all fairness.) This should all be restored and the food shops around the pool updated. Our room was clean, well maintained and smelled good, however, it was showing the wear n' tear of the years as well. The metal bathroom door appeared recently painted, but it was painted over rust along the bottom and lower sides. The tub was aging and water was trickling out behind the water spout against the wall. These things don't bother me, so no points off here. The beds were not the best, fairly hard and I have a bad back. I requested extra pillows in an effort to make the bed tolerable. I was provide with pillows that were lumpy and hard. They felt as if they were stuffed with used cotton balls. Needless to say this is my primary complaint. BUT the positive note is they are updating the rooms, so I'm hoping that means new mattresses and pillows. Hopefully you won't have to endure what I did. Overall, we had a great visit. It was an incredible value for our money and the beach is fantastic. Next time I'm in Myrtle Beach I will ask if the beds and pillows have been replaced since September 2017, if not I can't return.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Landmark Resort

How many rooms are available at Landmark Resort?
There are 550 rooms are available at this property.

How many buildings comprise your units at Landmark Resort?
There is one main building at the resort. There are a total of 15 floors with a total of eight elevators.

Do you have a restaurant on-site? A lounge? Café? Gift Shop?
Yes. The Gazebo Restaurant serves a breakfast buffet starting at 7am and Latitudes Grill serves lunch and dinner. There is also a poolside ice cream and snack shop, as well as poolside bar. The poolside amenities are seasonal. A gift and sundry shop are also located on-site.

Do you have a minimum age required for check-in at Landmark Resort?
Guests must be at least 21 years of age to check-in at this property.

Do you have any resort fees at this property?
Landmark Resort charges a nightly resort fee, due upon check-in.

Do you charge for cribs or rollaways at Landmark Resort?
Cribs and Rollaways are not available.

What are the pool hours at Landmark Resort?
The pools are open from 9am-11pm. Hours are seasonal.

Is late check-in available?
Yes, all ReserveDirect reservations are guaranteed for late arrival.

Are pets allowed at the resort?
No, pets are only allowed when assisting guests with disabilities.

Is wireless internet available?
Yes, all rooms are equipped with FREE wireless internet.

What is parking like at the resort?
Landmark Resort features Myrtle Beach's only enclosed crosswalk over Ocean Boulevard. It leads to the parking garage and water park.

Is there a shuttle to the Myrtle Beach International Airport?
Yes. A shuttle is available to gets for $5 per person, per way. Shuttle reservations must be made prior to arrival.