|Distance to city center||1.2 mi|
|Nearest Airport||Myrtle Beach Metropolitan Area|
|Distance to airport||3.3 mi|
|bed was comfortable||in 22 reviews|
|coffee maker||in 38 reviews|
|desk staff||in 177 reviews|
|free dvd||in 26 reviews|
|great room||in 358 reviews|
|hot tub||in 40 reviews|
|lazy river||in 62 reviews|
|location was great||in 231 reviews|
|loved the pools||in 110 reviews|
|main hotel||in 6 reviews|
|myrtle beach||in 10 reviews|
|ocean view||in 183 reviews|
|parking deck||in 70 reviews|
|pirate ship||in 4 reviews|
|right across the street||in 54 reviews|
|right on the beach||in 170 reviews|
|walking distance||in 42 reviews|
Our housekeeper was great with our 3 year old daughter. I believe her name was Azela. The pool area was nice. And the food from the restaurant we pretty decent.
Be careful which building you’re in. There are multiple towers and most of them are old and VERY dated. Also our Resort view was of the side of another building and the street. Which wouldn’t have been so bad, but unbeknownst to us it was bike week. For half of our stay all we heard was blaring explicit rap music, cursing and the whole hotel smelled like pot. During this time bike week was going on the room next to us was blaring their own rap music till 4am. So while most of my complaints aren’t about the hotel. I do wish they would check the halls at night during these events so that their guests can get some sleep
I wish they put us in the actual hotel instead of a motel across the street. It was embarrassing
Convenient to restaurants
Kids next room banging on railing at 7 in the morning.
Out front between the resort and the ocean. The pools / spa / grounds area.
Beds were a bit rough to sleep in. Kinda springy. Pools could open earlier and stay open later.
Not as advertised
We liked the proximity to the beach.
When booking this room, I did a great deal of research. I read reviews, I scanned hundreds of pictures, studied accommodations and compared them to prices. This hotel had beautiful pictures and some pretty good reviews, so we decided to give it a try. The first thing we saw (and smelled) upon arrival was giant dumpsters of trash and men were shoveling it out of the building into the dumpsters. We checked in just to use the pools because our room wouldn't be ready for a couple of hours. We had to go find parking across the street before we could swim. The hotel was very crowded so we walked around for awhile looking for a place to leave our things. Before we could find a chair, a security guard asked us where our arm bands were. We hadn't been given any armbands so we had to lug all of our stuff (including our eight month old daughter) back to the registration office to get them. The resort boasts it's number of pools but each of them was warmer than some baths I have taken. We eventually ended up at an indoor pool where a lady was sitting right next to us smoking. After a couple of cours our room was ready. I was excited because it was advertised as ocean-front. When we got into the room, our balcony overlooked the parking lot. There was a mini fridge which we had planned on keeping our sandwich meat and our daughters food in, but it didn't work, so we ended up traveling to and from the ice machine several times to keep our things cold.
Fun Fun Fun
Loading and unloading zone. Too small and no help by staff. Traffic jam area!
Beware: There are two or more unequal towers
Location off beach was wonderful! We traveled off-season, so traffic on Ocean Blvd wasn't an issue, but it would be during peak season. Parking is located in structure across the street and that was OK (prefer connected, but it's on the ocean front, so...).
The Breakers ain't the same Breakers! Beware there are two (or more) towers -- North and South. You check into the North tower and it's all clean and wonderful looking, but if you're staying in South, it has more of a Motel 6 feel to it. Old, outdated. The three things that keep it alive are: Oceanfront views, price and housekeeping staff. Our phone didn't work, and (oddly) we didn't have a shower curtain, but they got right on it. Also, the beds are immediately there when you open the door, so be aware while dressing. Parking during check-in can be congested. Staff was harried -- took incoming phone calls before people standing in line (my pet peeve), but our check-in guy was cool and accommodating.
The rooms and housekeeping was good.
People drinking in the pools with kids
Breakers Resort failed to bill Hotels.com for our stay which was purchased two months prior. Breakers had billed us again for the stay and I contacted Hotels.com the following day after checkout to investigate the billing problem. They contacted Breakers and resolved the billing issue. Breakers later contacted me and apologized for the billing issue and explained they were crediting our card account and waived the standard resort fee. The prompt response was much appreciated! Enjoyed our stay and will recommend Breakers Resort
Some construction going on but other than that it was perfect. It is off peak so I understand doing the construction now. The staff more than made up for any of that inconvenience though. Wish they had a shuttle service to Broadway at the Beach for shopping and entertainment. Great winter rates on ocean front suite. Would love to come back with the kids this summer.
The Breakers is spread across 140 acres of sprawling land and is designed to feel like more of a palace from the Italian Renaissance than a regular hotel. Elegant landscaping and historical architecture characterize the property. With plenty of features to look into, the hotel is among the best properties on Palm Beach. The Breakers stands on a half-mile length of private beach with careful landscaping of the surrounding grounds. Guests are treated to a luxury accommodation that offers 11 boutiques on site. Those looking for a more refined shopping experience can consider a visit to Worth Avenue, which is less than 2 miles away. The resort is only 7 miles from the Palm Beach International Airport, making it easily accessible for business travelers and vacationers alike. Luxury accommodation is one of the many highlights of The Breakers. Every room is equipped with an electronic safe and mini bar and stocked with slippers and bathrobes for guests. Complimentary WiFi connectivity is also available in every room. Many of the suites provide access to private balconies and living areas. The Breakers has one of the best catalogues of on site restaurants in the area. There are nine restaurants for guests to choose from with cuisine ranging from fine-dining and desserts to exotic cocktails served up late at night. Guests are also offered a complimentary breakfast buffet. There’s plenty for guests to do at The Breakers. Its equipped with four oceanfront heated pools and five hot tubs. Guests can also hire poolside bungalows at daily rates for a premium experience. Wellness coaching, private fitness, and 10 tennis courts are also available for the convenience of the guests. There’s an on site children’s playground as well. The old-world charm of the hotel coupled with modern amenities and luxurious accommodations makes The Breakers an unparalleled choice for those on a vacation to the Palm Beach area.
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|Myrtle Beach Metropolitan Area||3.3 mi|