Paradise Resort says it all – welcome to paradise. Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach along the 60-mile stretch of the Grand Strand is Paradise Resort. Offering breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and comfortable guest accommodations for you to enjoy. With several options on property to help you with romance such as a drink at the oceanfront tiki bar, coffee on your very own private balcony or even free DVD movie rentals, you can say you have it all, but if you want to enhance your visit to Myrtle Beach, here are some great options for you to enjoy. Looking to really set the mood? Round out the romantic vibe with a beautiful bouquet of fresh flowers from Flowers by Richard and an assortment of delectable chocolates from Kilwins.
Visit Brookgreen Gardens: About 25 minutes south of Paradise Resort found on the Southern Strand in Murrells Inlet, this 9,100-acre sculpture garden and wildlife preserve is a prime destination for nature and art lovers. Featuring several lush and expansive botanical gardens, each with its own distinct theme, the property also houses 2,000-plus artworks by more than 400 artists, making it home to the nation’s most comprehensive collection of American figurative sculpture. For more information, visit brookgreen.org.
Plan dinner at 21 Main: For a romantic dinner date, head north to 21 Main Prime Steakhouse, where USDA Prime and specialty cuts of meat fill the menu alongside an array of fresh seafood, all served up in an elegant setting. Start your meal with a Carolina Crab Cakes or Baked Brie appetizer, then move on to delicious entrees such as the USDA Prime NY Strip or the Coldwater Lobster Tail. A long list of grilled, surf & turf, and raw bar options is also available.
Watch a concert show at the House of Blues: If you and your sweetheart are ready to rock, this juke joint-themed live-music venue at Barefoot Landing can support the cause with regularly scheduled national touring acts playing its indoor stage, plus regional acts playing its outdoor deck during the warmer months. Artists set to steal the show here in 2019 include Pink Floyd, Eagles and Queen tribute acts in January; Whiskey Myers, Walk the Moon, Tesla and Dylan Scott in February; and Dropkick Murphys, Walker Hayes, Buckethead and The Marshall Tucker Band in March. Check out the full lineup at houseofblues.com.
Head to new heights: For some romantic views from high above the heart of downtown Myrtle Beach, take a lovers’ a ride on the iconic Myrtle Beach SkyWheel. From inside one of the 187-foot-tall Ferris wheel’s 42 glass-enclosed, climate-controlled gondolas, you’ll get a bird’s-eye view of the Boardwalk, the coastline, the ocean and downtown Myrtle Beach. And, while the gondolas have room for up to six, you can rest assured that the romance won’t be spoiled by strangers — a private flight is assured for all boarding parties. Once you’re back at ground level, take a stroll along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, where you can also grab a snack to enjoy with your oceanfront views.
There are so many things to do and see, this list provides you with a few special moments to share with your special someone on a romantic escape to Myrtle Beach.