Centrally Located Barefoot Landing Hotel Showcases Impressive Renovations
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June 28, 2016 16:48 EDT
MYRTLE BEACH, SC – In today’s world there’s a constantly evolving yet seemingly unattainable ideal of “new” — new phones, new cars, new apps, new household gadgets. At the Courtyard in Barefoot Landing, big-picture personnel have taken this modern pursuit of the new and embedded it within the familiar comforts of the hotel’s Myrtle Beach suites.
A sleek and minimalist aesthetic inhabits the rooms, with clean lines and bright whites bringing to life the lush greenery and natural beauty of Barefoot Landing. Updated linens create a welcoming freshness, while modern amenities like movable, ergonomic work desks, convenient charging stations, flat screen TVs, and in-room microwaves and refrigerators evoke a practical familiarity for both families and business travelers alike. The suites’ renovated bathrooms are a reminder that vacation is just outside the door. Elegant, glass shower doors enclose a rainforest showerhead, elevating the shower from a necessity to an experience.
Most guests assume Barefoot Landing hotels will be limited to vacation travelers. The Courtyard Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing and the renovations to its lobby, public, and meeting spaces challenge that assumption, and invite business travelers to enjoy versatile social spaces, access free Wi-Fi, and fuel-up for morning meetings at the on-site Bistro, serving Starbucks coffee.
The hotel’s 940 square feet of newly renovated North Myrtle Beach meeting space can accommodate up to 100 colleagues and is fully equipped with dynamic new business technologies and services. The Courtyard’s 24-hour business center is designed with the knowledge that any good road warrior is never truly off the clock. Two 21-inch Apple iMac workstations complement the convenient Boarding Pass station and copy/fax services. Pair these forward-thinking business essentials with the hotel’s captivating suites, and there are few Myrtle Beach hotel options that can compare for business travelers.
What’s more, there are always incredible things to do in North Myrtle Beach, making the Courtyard Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing’s central location attractive for any guests. On-site, in Barefoot Landing, Summerfest 2016 will be well-underway. In addition to a firework display filling the South Carolina skies every Monday evening from June-September, the resort’s Lakeside Evenings unveil a casual schedule of live music, comedy, and interactive entertainment at participating restaurants like Castano’s Italian Restaurant or T-Bonz Bar and Grill throughout each week. Other nearby restaurants includes Ruth’s Chris and Waterscapes located at the Marina Inn at Grande Dunes.
Venturing a little further off the Barefoot Landing grounds opens up even more possibilities for a memorable vacation or business trip. As the official hotel partner of the local minor league baseball team, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, the Courtyard is offering guests a chance to win 4 tickets to a Pelicans game. While a baseball game can be a great way to spend a relaxing evening, Myrtle Beach offers unique and lively nights of music — see more modern acts at the House of Blues, the iconic panache of classic country music at the Carolina Opry Music Theatre, and some of the all-time greats come back to life at the Legends in Concert Theatre. Broadway at The Beach is a comprehensive Myrtle Beach shopping destination, while the surrounding area is dotted with outstanding restaurants like Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville or Greg Norman’s Australian Grille. There is truly something available to create everyone’s perfect vacation at the Courtyard Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing.
About Courtyard Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing:
Comfort and productivity are the hallmarks of any Courtyard. At the Courtyard Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing, new renovations are elevating that experience to more fully accommodate the needs of modern travelers. Guests will love the versatile common areas that add a social element to an otherwise isolating experience. The new guest rooms are adorned with modern décor that deemphasizes flare and exalts practical sophistication. The bathrooms in the new Courtyard suites boast eco-friendly rainforest showerheads and interiors that match the hotel’s new modern ethic. Versatile and dynamic new meeting spaces appeal to business travelers, while the hotel’s Bistro serves up Starbucks coffee and convenient, healthy breakfasts to get everyone’s day started right. The hotel’s Barefoot Landing location is ideal for the complete Myrtle Beach experience, putting guests not longer than a few miles from any variety of local entertainment, remarkable shopping, and one-of-a-kind restaurants. A good vacation or business trip allows no time or place for complication, and at the Courtyard Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing, these memories are made easy.
The Courtyard Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing is owned and operated by Vista Property Management. This year is a milestone for Vista as they celebrate 25 years of business. With offices in Binghamton, New York & Kitchener, Ontario Canada Vista Property Management owns and operates hotels, resorts and other commercial properties throughout Florida, South Carolina, New York, Ontario, and Quebec. Offering more than 2,700 rooms, Vista has received numerous awards for excellence in hotel management such as TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Awards.
Courtyard Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing
1000 Commons Boulevard
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina