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We managed to take off on our 2014 Winter trip on Friday. We spent the night in West Virginia and luckily picked a place to stay south of a region affected by a chemical spill. We made it to Myrtle Beach last night. Went to church and Costco, then spent the afternoon walking the beach and enjoying the sun and warmth.
Jane and Mike
... be made, supply and demand. This time I am the guy.
Is Velveeta more important then those folks I talked about earlier, NO, is it worthy of National news, maybe, just not front page. Do I have a good stock of that heavenly, creamy, oh so tasty yellow brick of cheese like product, yes. I'm thinking “this is my time”, I am the “guy” and I have plenty of product. Anyone who did not or does not get a brick, call me, I'm loaded.
We had a great time at Sue and Helen's. We were able to spend some time with some of Helen's family, Janet, Willem, Catherine, Kace, Rowan and Georgia. As usual it was party central and lots of fun. This morning we had coffee at Janet and Willem's and hit the road with absolutely no plan! It was great just driving south not even knowing where we were going. We decided to head east to water and landed in Surfside SC in time for a long beach walk before ...
... t think it had anything to do with the tornado watch. Survived the rest of the night, or should I say morning. Woke up to rain and cold weather. Motorbikes not allowed in the RV Park, wtf. Had to park it at the office and walk to our site (must say, quite a long walk as this is a huge Park) whenever we used it. Poor Ed went grocery shopping and had to lug the load from office to Motorhome. We took a long walk on the beach. Ed tried his hand at beach ...
... the beach, a little time golfing, did some shopping, and found a great place for food up the road a few miles outside of MB called Murrells Inlet. Small town, big on seafood restaurants. We ate there 4 times and enjoyed 3 out of 4 meals! Some of our favorite places were River City Café, Dead Dog Saloon, Drunken Jacks and Bovines....you know, real classy places lol!! Well they all came highly recommended so we weren't too ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Anderson Ocean Club & Spa, Oceana Resorts Myrtle Beach
I used to be a travel agent many years ago and have traveled and stayed at lots of places including some not so nice ones to 5 star resorts. The Anderson Ocean Club is a kind of a weird juxtaposition. This new resort that just opened late 2007 has a beautiful exterior and no expense was spared when it came to furnishing the rooms. We began our stay in a AB studio unit which I highly recommend if you have only two people or a couple with one small child in your party. We had one bed and a rollaway brought up. There is no sitting/living room area. The layout is more circular, like in a home, with the bedroom being at the far end of the unit which provides the most privacy and noise resistance. The unit had stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, flat screen tv, luxury bedding, and very upscale furniture. Both units we stayed in had combo washer/dryer units.
I stayed with two others in a 2 bedroom suite from March 6-9. Check-in was smooth and the guys at the front desk were very friendly and helpful. We were on the 18th floor and the view was great. The guest bedroom with the two queen beds does not have an ocean front view. It has a view of the hallway which was kind of weird. The master bedroom was gorgeous with its own entrance to the large balcony. The kitchen is huge and the balcony also connects to the main living room. The hotels location is in a great area which is really close to Broadway at the beach.
Una palabra para describir el Anderson Ocean Club- ¡¡¡Magnífico!!!
Fui el primero en alojarme en este condominio de un dormitorio y vistas al océano (elegí uno en la planta alto en el ala sur del edificio). Está muy bien en relación calidad-precio. Bonitas vistas, personal agradable y está a sólo unos kilómetros de Broadway at the Beach. No te confundas este sitio con el Anderson Inn. No hay comparación. Volveré otra vez este año.
One word to describe Anderson Ocean Club- Classy!!!
I was the first to stay in this one bedroom oceanview unit (picked a high floor on the south side of the building). Best value for the $$'s. Nice view, friendly staff and only several miles from Broadway at the beach. Don't mix this with the Anderson Inn. No comparison. Will do it again later this year.
Be sure to eat at Magnolias accross the street!!
¡El Anderson Ocean Club superó mis expectativas! El personal era agradable y el personal de limpieza era extraordinario. ¡Sin duda volveré este verano para hacer nuestro viaje en familia anual!
The Anderson Ocean Club exceeded my expectations! The staff was friendly and the housekeeping was wonderful. I will definately return this summer for our annual family trip!
Der Anderson Ocean Club hat meine Erwartungen übertroffen. Die Angestellten waren freundlich und die Zimmermädchen waren wunderbar. Ich werde hier auf jeden Fall im Sommer meinen jährlichen Familienurlaub verbringen.
This was a great new building with one of the best locations in Myrtle Beach. Too bad most of the staff and little tings of the stay did not live up to those aspects of the stay. The bellhop (Michael) was great! We decided to stay in a very well-laid out ocean view studio, not realizing that it had no seating except for wooden dinner chairs. We also found out that the only internet connection was in the kitchen, too far away from the table for easy connection. Next we found that the studios did not have hair driers either. The indoor pool and hot tub were sufficient (nothing special) and worked great the first day. After that the hot tub was in name only with cold water. When we complained, we were told to be patient it had been repaired and would be hot in 30 minutes. I got into the cold water to see if the incoming water was hot only to find it colder than the water in the tub. When I went back into the office, they told me they would call the guy again. Hours later it was still not warm and I was informed that there was a part on order (no sign or indication in the pool area). The next morning (8 am exactly) we were roused out of the bed by some loud drilling noise right outside of our room. When I tried to use the elevator I found they would not respond to the button (no sign or indication they were out of service). I called the desk and they told me they were supposed to be working, but I may try those in the North tower to see if they were working. When we checked out the cleaning lady was at the front desk and asked if everyting was good during our visit and I explained the problems. As we were talking the desk clerk came from a bio-break and cut off the conversation to ask me if we wanted a receipt. I took the reciept and left with no intention to try this place again. There are too many good places to have these minor irritations for a full-fare room.
My wife and I decided to try The Anderson Ocean Club after many of the other places we typically stay at had no vacancies due to the annual Myrtle Beach Marathon, which attracted over 10,000 participants we were told.
The Anderson Ocean Club just opened in November 2007 and is a beautiful place to stay in Myrtle Beach. We had a 2 bedroom 2 bath condo and we couldn't believe the space. It's huge for a condo on the beach. Since its new the place is extremely clean. The bathrooms are large with nice towels. There are 3 large closets, small washer and dryer in hall, well stocked kitchen, and beautiful furnishings a step above usual hotel furniture. We had a wonderful weekend getaway and think this place is the best in Myrtle Beach. As with any new facility there are a few minor things that will need to be worked out and will come with time. Enjoy the luxury this new place has to offer.