Radisson Plaza Hotel Myrtle Beach Convention Center

2101 North Oak Street
Myrtle Beach, So Carolina 29577
TEL 800-333-3333
TEL 843-918-5000
FAX 843-918-5011

Resort Overview

Myrtle Beach has always been known as a premier recreation destination. From now on it will become known as a premier hotel and conference center destination. The Radisson Plaza Hotel Myrtle Beach Convention Center marks an important historic milestone for Myrtle Beach. Never before has a hotel with such luxurious appointments and thoughtful design been available to visitors to the Myrtle Beach area. A little bit Manhattan, a little bit South Beach, the Radisson Plaza has set new standards for interior design and luxury. Never before has a Myrtle Beach property offered so many amenities and services in such a luxurious, contemporary environment. Combine this with Radisson's Yes I Can! service commitment, and you have the makings of a truly extraordinary experience.

Golf Overview

Guests at the Plaza Hotel Myrtle Beach Convention Center can enjoy spectacular golf at over 100 golf courses in and around the Myrtle Beach area.

Golf Courses



In addition to a 180-seat, Vidalia's a regionally themed full-service restaurant, the Radisson Plaza Hotel offers an atrium lounge on the mezzanine lobby level and the Coffee & Cream Specialty Coffee Café serving cappuccino, espresso, Starbucks and a variety of snacks.


Vidalia's is the place where old-fashioned southern hospitality meets an open-style kitchen with innovative twists on traditional Low Country recipes. The result is a dining experience unlike any other in the region.

Chef James has been creating inventive southern cuisine at the Radisson Plaza since it's opening in January 2003. Chef James originally from Orangeburg, SC, returned to the south after working as Executive Sous Chef at the Four Diamond rated Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort in Mt. Pleasant, MI. His love of the south brought him home to hunting, fishing and low country living. James first cut his teeth on Low Country cooking in seafood houses in the Charleston area. James' professional career began in Essex Junction, VT where he attended New England Culinary Institute and received his Associates Degree in Culinary Arts. Chef worked under Chef Jeff Tunks at the Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans, moved to Atlanta where he worked at the Ritz Carlton. James then worked for Louis Osteen as Executive Sous Chef at Louis Charleston Restaurant. Now back home, he has created a menu at Vidalia's that has all the flavor of a traditional southern meal and the flair of fine dining.


The hotel lobby and second floor lounge connect directly to the 250,00 square-foot Myrtle Beach Convention Center. The convention center includes 17 meeting rooms with 14,400 square feet of meeting space, 16,000 square feet of pre-function area and a 17,000 square-foot Grand Ballroom. The convention center also features a 100,000 square-foot exhibition hall and an all new outdoor events plaza.


  • Golf
  • Swimming
  • Biking
  • Fishing
  • Beach Area
  • Water Sports
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Canoeing
  • Casino
  • Hunting