Go to Myrtle Beach and stay at one of the hotels along the Boardwalk on Broadway. Maybe the Holiday Inn Express for example.
I had to live here off and on for the better part of 3 years. A nice enough place, but not fancy by any means. For the company choosing to house us there for a month at a time, they sure did skimp on the room selection. They are bare bones rooms, no kitchenette, etc. I really wish they had put us up in a place that actually gave us a kitchenette. Apparently they have some top floor 'suites' that have jacuzzis and such. A coworker got very close to one of the shift managers there, and she let him move up at no cost (off the books) in exchange for various favors...
Being trapped in Myrtle Beach for work related things wasn't that bad. If it weren't from the 15 hour, 7 day a week work weeks, It would have been fun. There is a night club just across the parking lot, and a Brazilian steakhouse, Rioz
All right across the street from the Broadway. If you catch the right nights there is a decent Dueling Pianos setup there. Sometimes I'd stop by and they'd be really good, other times not so much. But I ate at Stool Pigeons
most of the time. It was right on the edge of the Broadway, and was relatively calm and quiet. A nicer place to relax compared to the crowded inner Broadway area.
What kind of sucked is I got sent home for two weeks around spring break. And in my place they sent a 50 year old coworker. I was stuck in Myrtle beach for a month before and a month after spring break, but they didn't let me stay for spring break. Not that Myrtle Beach is as popular of a college spring break destination as it was in years past, but I'm sure I would have been exposed to more people my own age (22-24 at the time) during spring break than during the off seasons I was stuck there. Edited, Jun 2nd 2012 8:38am by TirithRR