5 of the Best Wheelchair Accessible Hotels in Myrtle Beach

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If you’ve never been to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina before, start packing! The beach is clean and perfect for family vacations, while also offering all sorts of entertainment. They have an area they call “Broadway At the Beach.” Their broadway, rather than being a show, is an area full of restaurants, shops, nightlife, and other attractions. You won’t be able to hit it all in one day! 

Another attraction that would be a shame to miss is called the SkyWheel. This ferris wheel offers incredible views of the area. It would be a great way to view Myrtle Beach at the beginning of your vacation to decide where you want to go during the rest of your trip. No worries about being stopped by your wheelchair! It’s fully wheelchair accessible.

Speaking of being wheelchair accessible, what hotels are good for those of us who use wheelchairs and want to visit Myrtle Beach? Check out the list below to discover some of the best wheelchair accessible places to stay.


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Marina Inn at Grande Dunes

Marina Inn at Grande Dunes is a beautiful place to slip away for a weekend, or longer! The men and women who work there are fantastic and are always ready to serve with a smile. The hotel is a little off the beaten path being about a mile and a half away from the beach. They do, however, have beautiful views of the intracoastal waterway and the marina. Their beach access does have a place accessible for wheelchairs.

They have wheelchair accessible rooms that include completely wheelchair accessible bathrooms. They also have an indoor pool with a lift for anyone who needs it! It is always available. You can expect to pay an average of between $250.00 and $350.00 a night depending on the room type and time of year.

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Sheraton Broadway Plantation

Sheraton Broadway Plantation is an excellent hotel choice! The rooms are spacious, clean, and comfortable. You won’t run out of things to do! Whether you prefer swimming, fishing, or simply relaxing, the hotel offers all that and more.

They have very accessible rooms complete with roll-in showers, bathtubs with grab bars, and mobility-accessible doors. They have lifts at their pools for wheelchair users as well. They are located one mile from the beach, and as such, do not have their own beach ramps. However, there are accessible places to go down to the beach not related to the hotel. Their rooms vary in cost and start at $132.00 a night.

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Dunes Village Resort

Dunes Village Resort is listed on TripAdvisor as the number one family resort in Myrtle Beach! If you’re looking for a good family hotel for your time away, this would be a perfect spot to settle down. They have an indoor waterpark, spa, restaurants, children’s activities and more! The beachfront hotel offers a beautiful view of the ocean.

They have pool lifts for wheelchair users who want to enjoy their pools with ease. They do not have ramps going to the beach from the hotel, you’d have to use a beach wheelchair to go across the sand. They have rooms with roll-in showers that are available on first come basis. Their rooms vary in price. Expect to pay between $200.00 – $300.00 per night.

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wheelchair accessible hotels in myrtle beach

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Bay View Resort

The Bay View Resort Hotel is another wonderful choice for a restful Myrtle Beach stay! They have all sorts of swimming pools, games, a splash deck, and even have Starbucks downstairs! They want your stay to be as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

They offer wheelchair accessible rooms with roll-in showers. They also have excellent resources for those in wheelchairs who want to enjoy the water! Whether you want to go take advantage of their pool or the beach, they offer pool lifts as well as a ramp that is 50 feet behind the hotel that goes to the beach.

While prices can change depending on the time of year, a typical price of a room at the resort hotel is $115.00 per night.

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Hampton Inn & Suites Myrtle Beach Oceanfront

Last but not least, this lovely resort-style hotel has a lot to offer! They have pools, lazy rivers, full-service spas, a free airport shuttle service, a beachfront playground, gourmet coffee, and more! If you want a beachfront stay, this hotel would be a perfect pick.

They offer wheelchair accessible rooms with roll-in showers, as well as a portable lift for guest use in the pool. They don’t have a ramp that goes down to the beach, however right next door to their hotel is a City of Myrtle Beach ramp. It’s quite convenient! You can plan to pay around $250.00 a night, although the price will fluctuate depending on the type of room you want and time of year you plan to stay at the hotel.

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You have a lot of incredible choices to choose from! Any of these hotels will serve each and every one of their guests well, whether they are a wheelchair user or not. Think through whether you want to be right in the middle of things, or if you want a hotel that’s a bit off the beaten path. Decide also whether you want your hotel to have lots of available activities, or if you prefer to simply go to a wheelchair accessible beach and soak up the sun.

Whatever you want, Myrtle Beach offers it all! There’s something for everyone. You may well have found your new favorite vacation spot! Have fun picking out where to stay and planning out your trip. You’re sure to enjoy it!

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