The photos for this hotel must be really out of date. We booked this when it was the Econo Lodge (it is now a Rodeway Inn) and no one told us it changed name, meaning we had trouble finding it as they'd covered up the sign.
We checked in ok and the girl ruins the counter was nice but that was the end of the good experience.
Room was clean and ok for a very dated hotel but the noise from outside was terrible. A Days Inn opposite had really loud rowdy kids staying up shouting and even though the rooms on our floor were empty there were kids running up and down shouting at 3am. The car park for the days in is also right below and made a lot of noise. The pool and jacuzzi are not inviting and the 15 feet to the beach is it's only redeeming feature. Obviously a dates property but it needs more than work if they want to get rid of the surrounding area and rowdy teenagers. It had out me off going back to myrtle beach full stop.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- All guest checking in must be over the age of 25. We do not rent to locals. We do not rent to anyone that is checking in under the age of 25. Only 1 parking pass per reservation. We do not serve breakfast. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Econo Lodge Myrtle Beach Hotel Myrtle Beach