We have some good news for y’all headed to North Beach Plantation this summer:
You picked the right place to stay on the Grand Strand.
The luxury oceanfront resort is planning the return of some popular events — with a twist — as well as introducing some new perks that will no doubt be popular ones.
Last summer, North Beach hosted a weekly Wednesday night luau for guests, featuring traditional fire dancers, women doing the hula, and an emcee teaching the crowd the indigenous words and customs of our most exotic American state. Not to be outdone, guests dug in to some yummy Hawaiian cuisine all the while.
This summer, front desk manager Denise Clarke said North Beach hopes to kick off the same great event — but perhaps spotlighting a different locale. Ideas have been tossed around, and though nothing has been settled upon, expect another stunning (and delicious) spectacle featuring a beautiful, faraway locale.
Look for more information as peak summer months approach.
The popular Kids Clubs will be returning to the pool deck this summer, kicking off on Memorial Day weekend with an animal show (baby gators anyone?). Drop your school-age children off on the pool deck to make crafts, play games, or enjoy kid-friendly entertainment (for a few blissful minutes of adults-only alone time!). Activities are either free or require a small fee (a couple of bucks for art supplies, for example) and parents are responsible for retrieving their little ones when the activity is over. A sign is posted daily with that morning’s activities.
North Beach’s onsite Cinzia Spa will be offering it’s luxurious massages poolside starting Memorial Day weekend. Enjoy the sounds of the sea and surf while one of their expert massage therapists gets you in the vacation mode like nothing else can. Massage cabanas are private, but you’ll be ready to go public with your love for these stress busters by the time your session is over. See or call the front desk for more information.
Considering that, the Kids Club, and the weekly parties, we won’t blame you if you never want to leave.