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Seaside Newsletter
Fall 2018                         Vol. 9 Issue 4
Greetings from SeaSide!

Fall weather has arrived, and tourists and visitors are coming to the North Myrtle Beach area to enjoy the mild temperatures and warmth of the season. Families and friends come to the area to experience festivals, attractions and of course, the beach! Many golfers visit to experience the numerous courses the area has to offer. Continue reading to see how Seaside is contributing to Hurricane Florence relief efforts.

Our room rates have now been released through 2019! For rates and reservations, check our rates online or call our vacation planners at 1-877-647-6438.


News from SeaSide

New Look for Indoor Pool

Seaside has completed its indoor pool paver project. Seaside's goal for this project was to provide a uniform surface for the pools from the inside out. The pools are now more safe and slip resistant.

Indoor Lazy RiverIn addition to that, Seaside wanted to make the pools more visually appealing.

The completion of this project was a collaborative effort. Active Shotcrete did the work for the flooring and patching of the pools, Carolina Powder Coating did the gates, and Seaside's maintenance team did the ceiling and pipe painting.

The previous floor was painted. The paint made the floor very slippery when wet. The pool had to be repainted multiple times a year for maintenance. The new surface will provide years of low maintenance and is slip resistant.

"It is very beautiful to look at and is providing a very modern look to the pool area. It gives that area a "new" feeling," said Jimmy Tester, Seaside Assistant General Manager.

The project started on September 24, 2018 and concluded on October 11, 2018.

"The pools are our main amenity source, therefore they should provide comfort and enjoyment, along with a high level of safety in there as well," said Tester.

Seaside invites guests to visit and enjoy the fresh uniform look of the indoor and outdoor pools and take a dip in the beautiful bright blue bodies of water.


Webcam Returns to Seaside

Seaside is proud to announce the return of its interactive webcam.
 
seaside web camThis is a new feature on Seaside's website that allots guests the opportunity to see the sights of the sea or oceanfront pool at their leisure from their home, car, office and more. The webcam can be seen on guests' computer, laptop, tablet, mobile device and more.

It has been over 5 years since Seaside has had a webcam available for its guests to view online. Guests have twenty four hour access to the webcam. Guests are now granted the liberty to control the live feed overseeing the ocean and oceanfront pool at Seaside.
 
To control the webcam, viewers can click the control icon on the bottom right corner of the webcam box. The camera control feature will permit views to select a view from the top right corner and see a full picture of the beach or oceanfront pool.
 
To experience Seaside's webcam, visit seasidemb.com/webcam


Employee Spotlight: Angela Roberts

Seaside has a new addition to its great team! Angela Roberts joined the Seaside team this fall as an evening arrivals specialist.

Welcome Jimmy TesterRoberts joined the Myrtle Beach Seaside Resorts team in 2006 as a hostess at Avista Resort's restaurant, Just Off Main. She transitioned from the restaurant to the front desk where she was embraced by guests and coworkers alike. Robert's warm smile and desire to exceed expectations assisted her in creating a loyal following with many repeat guests.

She has been a key member of the Seaside team and guests love her. A number of guests that got to know her at Avista visit her at Seaside.

Join Seaside in welcoming Roberts to their family.

 

Hurricane Relief

Seaside recovered quickly after Hurricane Florence. The impact on our coastal areas was minimal. Just days after the storm, the resort returned to full operation and welcomed vacationers to North Myrtle Beach's beautiful beaches.

Welcome Jimmy TesterWMBF News, a local affiliate of NBC News, states, "Most of Florence's destruction in Horry came from the flooding of the Waccamaw and Little Pee Dee rivers. The Waccamaw reached record heights and the Little Pee Dee inundated homes along the county's western and southern borders."

Seaside is working to provide relief to people who have been affected by Hurricane Florence. Join these efforts and make a donation to help those impacted in the Carolinas, including Seaside's employees.

"Horry County officials say that the catastrophic storm caused more than $40 million in damage to homes and businesses in the area," according to a WMBF news article.
 
Seaside is collecting deodorant, soap, shampoo, feminine products, razors and lotion to donate to The American Red Cross and local shelters.
 
Donors may drop off items at Seaside. Donations can be submitted in the donation box at the front desk or given directly to front desk personnel.
 

News from the Beach

Featured Attraction

Legends in Concert: Experience this shockingly realistic tribute show.
 
Legends in ConcertWitness multiple eras of extraordinary music flash before your eyes. See artists
like "Michael Jackson", "Elvis Presley", "Shania Twain", "Jimmy Buffett", "Brooks & Dunn", "Lionel Richie", "Marilyn Monroe", "Roy Orbison", "Frank Sinatra", "Aretha Franklin", "Martina McBride" and more. Enjoy the presentation of realistic costumes, performers and productions.
 
Attendees of all ages will enjoy this family friendly show. Musical gurus will experience music they love featuring "artists" they adore. Children will have the opportunity to learn music history and enjoy the origins of today's tunes. Sing and dance along with the tribute artists as they wow you with their impeccable impressions of music moguls.
 
After the show, take photos with your favorite "legend". Meet the artists in the lobby and capture memories that will last a lifetime.
 
Legends in Concert is located less than 12 miles from Avista Resort.
 

From The Golf Desk
Golf Director
Fall is in the air! What a great time to book a golf package for you and your friends. Good tee times are still available and the courses are in great shape!

Hurricanes Florence and Michael blew their way through the Grand Strand in September leaving minor damage in their wake. The majority of the courses received little to no damage at all, while others suffered just some superficial wounds. Everything is now up and running in Myrtle Beach and the fall weather is perfect for golfing.
 
Whether you are still thinking of coming this fall or contemplating a spring package, the quicker you book the better your price will be. Rooms are going quickly as are the premium tee times. With several amazing packages to choose from, many with added perks, we can tailor a package to fit any budget. Pick a date and give us a call. Our knowledgeable golf department will make every effort to get you the best package at the best price.
 
Have a wonderful holiday season and stay out of the bunkers!
 
From all of us in the Golf Department,
 
Kathy Phillips, Don Herlocker, and Dave Waller

 
Guest Comments
"It was my families first time staying there. We had a wonderful time. The room was beautiful and designed perfectly. Quiet and all the staff was so friendly. We couldn't have asked for a better vacation spot. I do like the Seaside hotel very much. We will be visiting you again in the future." - April K., 8/29/18 after a 4 night stay

"Check in with Angela was amazing she made sure our stay was pleasant and didn't hesitate to help us in any way. I will be staying again in May for a week." - Bonita P., 10/15/18 after a 2 night stay

Read more Guest Comments

 


Fall Recipe

Butternut Squash Soup
Ingredients
6 tablespoons chopped onion
4 tablespoons margarine
6 cups peeled and cubed butternut squash
3 cups water
4 cubes chicken bouillon
1/2 teaspoon dried marjoram
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
1/8 teaspoon ground cayenne pepper
2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese
 
Directions
1. In a large saucepan, sauté onions in margarine until tender. Add squash, water, bouillon, marjoram, black pepper and cayenne pepper. Bring to a boil; cook 20 minutes, or until squash is tender.
 
2. Puree squash and cream cheese in a blender or food processor in batches until smooth. Return to saucepan, and heat through. Do not allow to boil.
 
 
Featured recipe from AllRecipes.com

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