|Myrtle Beach Motels & Hotels|
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|The Breeze View Motel features a "Lazy River" - a common attraction at many Myrtle Beach motels. Lazy Rivers are offered instead of traditional pools. A slow moving current carries people on inner tubes around a twisting course. Often there are fountains and other diversions scattered along the way. An example can be seen at this website.|
The Sail Inn sign stands in contrast to the monstrous and modern Best Western Carolina Beach Resort across the street.
The Diplomat is a vision in white with its lace-like balconies and curvaceous canopy.
|The Sea Gypsy Motor Inn has two traditional pools and a great neon sign.|
|Palm trees, palmettos (the state tree of South Carolina) and their likenesses abound on Ocean Boulevard. The signs for the Palm Tree Inn and the Holiday South Oceanfront Motel look just as nice during the day.|
|The Waikiki Village Motel and the Wave Rider Resort are vintage standouts with their enormous canopies. The Wave Rider has something for everyone: a Lazy River, a traditional pool, a playground and shuffleboard.|
|The Lighthouse Motel had one of the nicest neon signs left on the strip. Unfortunately, it was demolished in 2009 and the whereabouts of the sign is unknown. For more, see this website.|