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Prince Resort Newsletter

Prince Resort Newsletter

  Winter 2019                         Vol. 10 Issue 1
Greetings from Prince Resort!
Thank you all for helping make the Prince Resort successful in 2018. Without our owners, guests and staff this would not have been possible.
The warm days of spring are just around the corner. There is still time to enjoy less crowded beaches, top attractions, great shopping and the best golf along the Grand Strand this winter. Now is also the perfect time to book your 2019 vacation as the earlier you book, the more you save! To make your reservation at Prince Resort, check our rates online or call our vacation planners at 1-877-619-5635.

News from Prince Resort
Star Agent of the Year
Enthusiastic, customer oriented, and a real go-getter personality are only some of the ways to describe our 2018 Star Agent of the Year.

Stephanie BellamyWith over 11 years under her belt in the Hospitality field, Stephanie Bellamy is no stranger when it comes to providing superb customer service.
"I feel highly appreciated," Stephanie says, "I have worked very hard for this accolade."
Stephanie lights up the reservations department with her uplifting and welcoming personality. She takes pride in putting forth her personal best in every phone call she receives. She loves working with people and appreciates the opportunity to put her amazing skill set to work on a daily basis.
The reservations department is the beginning of many of our guest's vacation at the Prince Resort, and it is there the first steps are taken to ensuring each and every guest is treated as a priority. With "star" employees like Stephanie Bellamy, we are able to accomplish this and so much more.
Prince Resort hosts Group Sporting Events
One major addition to the area is the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex. This sports complex hosts an assortment of tournaments such as soccer, frisbee and softball. With the Prince Resort being located just over 6 miles from the complex, we have become a popular accommodations provider for sports teams, coaches, and team families.

Softball team on beach in front of Prince Resort
Spring is approaching, and with the warmer weather comes the return of the Fastpitch Dreams Softball tournament. From February 23rd to March 19th, Prince Resort will be providing accommodations for this popular sporting event.
Sporting events are not the only groups Prince Resort caters to. Whether you are dreaming of getting married at the beach, hoping to host a long-awaited family reunion, or are seeking a location to host a business event, we can accommodate your needs with our spacious ballrooms, onsite restaurant, and an assortment of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom condos.

Click here to view more information on our group and event facilities.
Show your Romantic Side this Valentine's Day!
Prince Resort is offering a romantic package for Valentine's Weekend.
Room decorated for Valentine's Day at prince resortSurprise your sweetheart with a trip to the beach, complete with a romantic Valentine's dinner for two at 3500 Ocean Grill, a bottle of champagne & chocolates and our signature rose petal turndown service one evening.
The chefs at 3500 Ocean Grill have prepared a delectable menu for Valentine's Day weekend. Entrées include Chicken Marsala, Cupid's Cut of Prime Rib, and Champagne Shrimp and Pasta.
Each entrée includes your choice of a Caesar Salad or She Crab Soup and a decadent dessert, with options including Strawberry Symphony Cheesecake and Chocolate Toffee Mousse Pie.
The special menu will be available February 14th - 16th for $25.95 per person plus tax and service charge. Click here for more information or to check rates for our Valentine's package.
Tips for Vacationing in the "Off-Season"
The Grand Strand is a fascinating destination known for its amusement parks and summer vacations, however the "off-season" can be one of the best times to visit as there's plenty of fun to be had throughout the entire year! Check out some of our tips for maximizing your North Myrtle Beach vacation during the slower months:

Off Season at PrinceThe Prince Resort does not offer indoor pool amenities, but did you know that beginning November 1st of every year the pool in our ocean front tower is heated? This is a great option to take advantage of during the milder winter days when our area sees temperatures in the 60's and 70's.
Located approximately 7 miles south of the Prince Resort, you will find a renowned local favorite known as Duplin Winery. At Duplin Winery you can kick back with a glass or two of your favorite wine, or even try something new and exciting by participating in one of their delicious wine tasting events. Whether you are in town for a quick visit, or have chosen to spend your winter in North Myrtle Beach, Duplin Winery's fun and relaxing atmosphere will appease any stay.
Take the family on an adventure! Head down to Broadway at the Beach and check out Myrtle Beach's famous Ripley's Aquarium. With over 85,000 square feet full of educational exhibits, and several interactive areas, nothing says fun and excitement like a visit to this aquatic wonderland! Other ideas for indoor fun include the Hollywood Wax Museum and Wonderworks.
Catch a show! Plenty of live theaters including The Carolina Opry, Pirates Voyage, and the Alabama Theater can be found just minutes from the Prince Resort. Many of these theater shows offer holiday themed shows during November and December.
News from the Cherry Grove Pier
The Prince Resort is known for being located just steps from the Cherry Grove Pier, which is a popular reason many of our guests stay with us. Continue reading to learn about the latest updates and news from the Cherry Grove Pier.
Cherry Grove Pier
We are pleased to inform you that several of the Cherry Grove Pier's employees attended the Fishing Show in Nashville, TN to learn about the newest equipment and trends in fishing. The bait and tackle shop is now gearing up with the latest fishing items for the upcoming season.
For those of you who are curious as to how our weather is affecting the fishing at the pier, whiting, croaker, and black drum are still being caught at this time. Fisherman from all over are visiting to take advantage of the mild winter we have been experiencing at the beach.
A trip to the pier is not complete without stopping in for a quick meal at the Boardwalk Beach Café. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner on a daily basis, Chef Richard and Tim have been staying pretty busy cooking up delicious meals for our guests and creating new weekly dinner specials. Don't forget to drop in and try one of the new specials or even a relaxing night cap. The Boardwalk Beach Café is currently open 7 days a week from 7AM to 9PM.

News from the Beach
Featured Attraction: Barefoot Landing
Shop, dine and be entertained at Barefoot Landing.
BarefootBarefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach is a unique shopping, dining and entertainment hub. Located just 7 miles from Prince Resort you will find serene scenery and a multitude of stores, restaurants and shows to enjoy.

Shop at a variety of retail stores and boutiques, and allow your taste buds to experience a wide selection of the best restaurants in the Myrtle Beach area. Newly added dining options include Lucy Buffett's Lulu's Cafe, Taco Mundo, and Blueberry Grill.
Enjoy an "Alligator Adventure" or end the day with an exciting show at the Alabama Theatre, the only live entertainment theater in North Myrtle Beach, or live music at the House of Blues.
Experience the sights and scenes of this quaint southern shopping village on your next North Myrtle Beach vacation.

From the Golf Desk

Tired of the cold weather and ready for some fun in the sun? Now is the time to get your golf package booked for spring! Rooms are going fast and tee times are at a premium.

How well do you know your golf history? The modern game of golf originated in 15th century Scotland. The 18-hole round was created at the Old Course at St. Andrews in 1764. Golf's first major, and the world's oldest tournament in existence, is The Open Championship, also known as the British Open, which was played in 1860 in Ayrshire, Scotland.
Evidence of early golf in what is now the United States includes a 1793 record for a shipment of golf equipment to a William Wallace in Charleston, South Carolina, an advertisement published in the Royal Gazette of New York City in 1779 for golf clubs and balls, and the establishment of the South Carolina Golf Club in Charleston in 1787.
With so many different courses available in Myrtle Beach today, one could find anything from a Southern low country design to a course reminiscent of the old Scottish links. It is no surprise that Myrtle Beach has become the "Golf Capital of the World".
We offer several amazing packages for you to choose from, many with added perks. Whether you are looking for a package for the spring or getting a head start on the fall golf season, give us a call and our knowledgable golf department will be able to assist you any way they can. Don't delay! Make that call today!
May the course be with you!

Guest Comments
"We stayed at the Prince Resort for three months and what I love most about the Prince is that their staff becomes friends. Everyone is very nice and easy to work with. They always do their best to please their guest. It's just all around a great place to stay."
Vicky D., 1/03/19 after a 3 month stay

"The location of the Prince is wonderful.. No other high rise resorts nearby so the views of the marsh are spectacular from the ocean view units as well... it is a quieter location than the hustle bustle and traffic of Myrtle Beach, yet stores for all your needs for a beach vacation a short walk away. We loved our stay.. we will return to the Prince.. without a doubt!"
Alan R., 12/03/18 after a 13 night stay

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Winter Recipe
Simple Swiss Chard
1 bunch Swiss chard, stalks discarded, leaves cut into wide ribbons
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
4 cloves garlic, minced
1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
Salt and pepper to taste
1. Heat the olive oil on a large skillet over medium heat.
2. Stir in the garlic and cook until tender and aromatic, about 2 minutes.
3. Add the Swiss chard and balsamic vinegar; cook and stir until the chard is wilted and tender, about 5 minutes. Season with salt and pepper and serve.
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