History has been slow to recognize the role of women in our society, and Myrtle Beach does its part to correct the oversight by recognizing the successful women of today.
Nothing beats a night out on the town of dancing with your favorite dance partner.
Guests at Island Vista Resort don’t have to travel very far to find some of the best fine dining on the Grand Strand. In fact, just go to the elevator and press G.
Why go out for a pricy dinner and show at one of the local restaurant/theaters when you can put together your own combination just a short distance from Island Vista Resort?
Just because you are taking a vacation from work or school doesn’t mean you have to take a vacation away from church, especially for those visiting the Grand Strand.
So much to do and see, so little time. That’s about the only complaint you hear from folks following an exciting week in Myrtle Beach. No matter how many fun things you find time to do, there are always many more you couldn’t squeeze into your trip.
Like a fine wine, Barefoot Landing is also getting better with time. After celebrating its 20th year of business, the North Myrtle Beach entertainment, shopping and dining complex is getting a new neighbor from North Carolina in the form of Duplin Winery.
The Myrtle Beach restaurant scene may be best known for its fresh, local seafood, but those who prefer “land food” don’t have to look very far to find excellent steaks and chops.
When the Cypress Room menu boasts about its use of excellent local ingredients, it’s not just talking about the food. In fact, the chef and staff at the family owned and operated Island Vista Resort’s on-site restaurant also bring a local flavor to the table, with several employees serving the same roles and guests for several decades.