Maybe it is a sign of a recovering economy. The occupancy levels at Myrtle Beach Hotels is expected to climb this holiday season. We get this from a local TV station:
Hotels in Myrtle Beach can expect to see a boost in business during the week following Christmas. Over forty percent of hotel rooms are currently reserved in Myrtle Beach through New Year’s Eve.
According to a tourism update by Coastal Carolina University, hotel occupancy rates will increase through December 31. The report shows that New Year’s Eve will draw hundreds of visitors to the Grand Strand area, which will kick off 2010 on a better note than 2009.