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Top Reasons to Spend Thanksgiving at hotel BLUE
Thanksgiving is one of the most exciting times of the year. You get to enjoy a big meal without feeling guilty, then hit the stores the day after for a day of shopping and then you can come home and relax for the rest of the weekend before heading back to work on Monday.
Have you ever considered spending this holiday at the beach? We’ve got three top reasons why you should consider spending your 2016 Thanksgiving in Myrtle Beach and at hotel BLUE:
1. Amazing Food: While enjoying a large Thanksgiving meal with great friends and family is typically the highlight of the weekend, why not bring everyone to Myrtle Beach and enjoy it in a hassle-free way? No preparation, no cleanup, no dirty kitchen to worry about! There are a variety of nearby options for your Thanksgiving Day feast including buffets and order-ahead pickup options (so you can enjoy your awesome meal oceanfront from your hotel room!). Nearby Thanksgiving options include Carolina Roadhouse (11 a.m. to 10 p.m.), Hard Rock Café (seatings noon until 4:30 p.m.) and New York Prime (regular menu 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.). Pick-up options include Croissants Bistro and Bakery. Reservations are either required or highly recommended for most places on Thanksgiving so be sure to call ahead to your chosen restaurant.
2. Fun: What’s more fun than waking up on Thanksgiving Day with an oceanfront sunrise, taking a ride down the lazy river and having an afternoon cocktail as you watch the waves? Then, after your Thanksgiving meal, you can kick back on the beach, lounge by the pool or head out to enjoy the local nightlife. If you have never envisioned your Thanksgiving as including the beach, you may want to try it out!
3. Shopping: With hotel BLUE’s close proximity to some of the best shopping districts in town, you can rest assured you won’t have to travel far to get some of the top Black Friday deals. Nearby shopping options include: Tanger Outlets on Hwy. 501, just 7 miles away, Coastal Grand Mall, just 2.5 miles away and Broadway at the Beach, just 3.5 miles away. Learn more about Black Friday in Myrtle Beach here.
Thinking about starting a new Myrtle Beach tradition? Click here to view Thanksgiving Weekend rates from just $55 a night (not including taxes and fees). It’s affordable AND fun!