Holiday Inn Express Myrtle Beach-Broadway@The Bch

1290 Paradise Cir Myrtle Beach, SC
“Myrtle Beach - Voted Best Family Beach by Travel Magazine” “Broadway at the Beach – Where Myrtle Beach Comes To Life” The Holiday Inn Express Hotel – Myrtle Beach SC is located in the heart of Myrtle Beach adjacent to the most popular entertainment complex…Broadway at the Beach. Known as South Carolina’s Best Travel Destination, Broadway at the Beach is full of non-stop celebrations and invites you to experience 350 acres of shops, restaurants, nightlife and attractions. Our Holiday Inn Express Hotel is conveniently located on the Myrtle Beach Grand Strand. We are very close to the crisp blue waters of the Atlantic Oceanside, Myrtle Beach Downtown, Barefoot Landing and all major theme parks, restaurants, shopping malls, outlet malls, championship golf courses and entertainment theatres…all within five miles. We are conveniently located close to Broadway at the Beach, Ripley's Aquarium, Nascar Restaurant & Speed Park, Myrtle Waves Water Park, Pavilion Amusement Park and Breezes Beach Club. Each morning, enjoy our Signature Express Start Breakfast, offering the world’s best tasting cinnamon rolls and Smart Roast Coffee made from a special blend of 100% Arabica beans. Feast and enjoy fresh fruits, juices, cereals, breads/pastries, hardboiled eggs and more!
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  • Max Number of People for an Event: 20
  • Total Meeting Room Space (Square Feet): 500
Myrtle Beach, SC  
Capacity: 700
At the award-winning Giant Crab Seafood Restaurant, quantity takes a back seat to quality. We offer the freshest, best-tasting seafood buffet in town. From the minute you see The Giant Crab, you know it’s not just another all-you-can-eat seafood buffet. Sure, it specializes in serving seafood, but it does so in such tremendous, really, “giant” fashion with an emphasis on freshness. A steadfast and diligent crew keeps the buffet well-stocked and, you guessed it, fresh. Overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway in the Restaurant Row section of Highway 17, the restaurant resembles an authentic Fisherman’s Wharf Village. One side of the structure features a 40-foot waterfall and a lazy river wraps around the entire village. There is even a 50-foot lighthouse reminiscent of those still standing in Nova Scotia. The real eye-catcher, however, is the big, fat giant crab perched just above the entrance. He’s affectionately referred to as “Tommy.” He leads the way to the overwhelming feast that waits inside!