Springmaid Beach Resort Completes Multi-Million Dollar Renovation
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.—Springmaid Beach Resort, located in Myrtle Beach, has recently completed a seven million dollar property-wide renovation. READER COMMENTS
Renovations to Springmaid Beach Resort's Live Oak guest rooms feature decor with new carpet and porcelain tile; new window treatments; new American-made furniture; new wooden cabinetry, Five Diamond Series mattresses with bed toppers, pillows, and linens; granite countertops; all new energy efficient lighting fixtures; new appliances; flat panel televisions; and new balcony flooring. The Resort's Live Oak tower features new corridors, elevators, refurbished parking areas and newly renovated pool areas; resurfaced and tiled water features, resurfaced decorative pool decks; new pool furniture and landscaping.
Renovations to the Resort's Palmetto guest rooms feature; Five Diamond Series mattresses with bed toppers, pillows and linens; new American-made furniture; new window treatments; granite countertops; all new energy efficient lighting fixtures; new appliances; flat panel televisions; and new balcony flooring.
A majority of the Resort's oceanfront meetings and conference facilities have been renovated to feature new carpeting; updated bathrooms with granite countertops, lighting, partitions and decor; window treatments; updated foyers with new furnishings; and crown molding.
Resort-wide upgrades include decorative corridor flooring; enhanced resort signage; landscape enhancements with new vegetation; renovated pool areas including resurfaced and tiled water features, and new pool furniture; an upgraded fitness center with all new equipment including treadmills, elliptical, exercise cycle and nautilus weight machines, gym flooring and wall coverings.
Springmaid Beach Resort also now features a newly constructed tackle shop stocking all necessities for fishing on the Springmaid Pier; an enhanced General Store and renovations to the Resort's Harbor Oaks miniature golf course; as well as extensive renovations to the Resort's on-site Marlin's Restaurant.
"We are already receiving overwhelming positive feedback from our guests on our renovations," said Don Singletary, Springmaid Beach Resort's general manager, in an announcement.