We liked the location (on the beach) and it was quieter than north myrtle. We stayed in room 304 in st Clements tower for 2 days and nights. The room was clean as it could be but it is extremely dated. Straight out of 1985. When I booked the room on line in was listed as king/queen. The main bed was a queen and needs updated. The bathroom was tiny as well and everything in it needs replaced including the shower head. Not sure how it would work for a family but was ok for my wife and I. I had read the rooms are all independently owned so some are nicer than others so room 304 would not be my first choice.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- All units are individually owned. Certain amenities (fitness center, business center, etc) are shared facilities at our sister properties next door. (The Caravelle). Each unit in this building is individually owned, therefore decor and interior upgrades will vary by unit. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- St. Clements Hotel Myrtle Beach