Major Renovations & New Name – Grande Cayman Resort

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Remember all the wonderful Myrtle Beach vacation memories you have made over the years with family and friends at Long Bay Resort? Now imagine if we could work some magic to make them even better in the future.

That’s exactly what’s taking place this off-season as Long Bay Resort undergoes a major, multi-million dollar renovation project, and the popular oceanfront destination gets a new name to reflect all the improvements.

Long Bay Resort’s longtime and first-time visitors are in for a real treat once the ambitious renovation project is completed and the popular oceanfront resort re-opens as Grande Cayman Resort in the spring of 2020.

Beginning Oct.20, Long Bay Resort will close to undergo a massive off-season upgrade designed to take the guest experience to the next level. Grande Cayman Resort will offer the ultimate in accommodations and amenities.

“These upgrades will be beneficial to the resort in many ways and will position Grande Cayman Resort as a top destination in Myrtle Beach for many years to come,” said renovations project manager Brock Ridgeway.

Long Bay Resort has built a solid reputation over the years for providing fun, affordable family vacations and friendly getaways directly on the sandy shores of Myrtle Beach. But now it’s time for a fresh start with a new style of first-class accommodations, amenities and upgrades for our guests to enjoy in the same great location.

The most notable change will be visible before you enter the resort, as an all-new exterior will greet guests upon their arrival. The contrasting but complimentary shades of white and bright coral are symbolic of a tropical vacation oasis our guests desire. Guests will know they have arrived somewhere special for their stays.

But the biggest differences will be noticed inside the resort, where virtually everything will be replaced and improved. The hallways, featuring new carpeting, flooring and lighting, will lead guests from the recently renovated lobby and elevators to their remodeled rooms, which visitors must see in order to believe.

Inside their palatial rooms guests will find new panel flooring, fixtures and furnishings for a fresh, clean look and in an array of color combinations to make you feel right at home at the beach. New furniture, decor, bedding, window shades and kitchen appliances will set Grande Cayman Resort apart as THE place to stay in Myrtle Beach.

Guests also can expect the same great on-site amenities with added appeal when Long Bay Resort reopens as Grande Cayman Resort. The indoor and outdoor swimming pools, lazy river, water slides, hot tubs and kiddie play area will be awaiting visitors, as well as, our onsite restaurants and bars, including the recently renovated Turtle Bay Café!

Of course, one of the highlights of Long Bay Resort will remain the same – the prime location. Situated on the north end of Myrtle Beach in the exclusive Ocean Forest and Dunes neighborhoods, Grande Cayman Resort also will offer convenient shopping, dining, attractions and nightlife as well as a perch high above the Atlantic Ocean.

If you have liked staying at Long Bay Resort over the years, you will love Grande Cayman Resort. Don’t miss out on the chance to get your first look at the renovated property in the spring of 2020 and book your reservations soon on the new website, which will be launched in the near future and will feature all the details.

Guests have only a few weeks left to visit the old Long Bay Resort one last time, and a few more months to wait for the grand opening of Grande Cayman Resort. Until then, thanks for the memories and we look forward to welcoming you and your family and friends to make many new ones at Grande Cayman Resort.

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