Bluewater Resort is an Enticing Spring Break Destination on the Grand Strand

March is underway, and that means spring break plans should be heating up too. This month, we’re featuring a Myrtle Beach classic that’s perfect for spring break and beyond. Keep reading for further details.

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We’ve gone over all there is to do in Myrtle Beach, now we invite you to experience it yourself at our March featured destination: BlueWater Resort.

It’s in the heart of it all – the beachfront BlueWater Resort is a couple of miles south of the Skywheel and other attractions in downtown Myrtle, and less than 5 miles north of Myrtle Beach State Park. It’s the best of both worlds – you can live it up downtown, or relax in seclusion at the state park. Of course, other famous attractions like Family Kingdom Amusement Park, Barefoot Landing and Broadway at the Beach are at your doorstep.

BlueWater Resort is comprised of two buildings: a 15 story high-rise just steps from the beach and poolside villas overlooking the property’s lazy river. Whether you’re on a quick weekend getaway with friends or planning your annual family vacation, a variety of floorplans have space and amenities to match your vacation style. BlueWater’s studio, one, and two-bedroom layouts feature either a kitchenette or full kitchen, a private balcony and accommodations for up to eight. Onsite amenities include multiple outdoor pools and hot tubs, an indoor swimming pool, a lazy river, restaurant and beachside bar, and, of course, beach access.

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About the Author: Pat Barcas serves as staff writer and photographer for RTX Traveler Magazine, based in Asheville, NC. His favorite RTX destinations are on the beach: Orange Beach, Alabama, New Smyrna Beach, Florida, and Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. .

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