The Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes, located oceanfront on the northern end of Myrtle Beach, recently revealed a $14 million makeover. Since the start of the 2017 tourism season, the renovations, as resort staff report, have received an overwhelmingly positive response.
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Based on Marriott’s Guest Satisfaction Surveys, testimonials have included compliments on the new rooms – that they are “absolutely gorgeous” and “stylish” – as well as praises on the design, new TVs and “great walk-in shower.”
The Marriott’s massive remodeling project showcases 405 revamped guest rooms that were repainted and now feature brand-new contemporary furniture, including chests, mirrors, artwork, closets, desks, chairs and beds – down to the sheets, mattresses, duvets, pillows and pillow cases. All rooms now also boast new 50-inch smart TVs. Guest room bathrooms were overhauled and replaced with new, luxurious walk-in showers, mirrors, fixtures, commodes and lighting. The hallways on the resort’s 11 floors were recarpeted and repainted as well.
From floor to ceiling, the remarkable results from this renovation are seen – and now heard – from Marriott’s first round of guests this season. No expense was spared and no detail went unnoticed, which guests are noticing and appreciating in return.