MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – September 25, 2014 – Kingston Plantation, an oceanfront resort in Myrtle Beach, is offering an attractive deal to extend your beach vacation. Guests who reserve two nights in the two-bedroom plantation villas or the two-bedroom accommodations in the North Hampton and South Hampton condominiums will receive one night free.

This promotion is available while inventory lasts and is subject to availability. Guests must stay three consecutive nights to receive the third night free. This offer is not valid with any other discounts or on holiday weekend. For reservations, call +1 800 876 0010 and reference the promotional code “BUY.”

Kingston Plantation is a 145-acre resort surrounded by lush landscape grounds with lakes and bike and walking paths in addition to views of white sand beaches. For families, it’s ideal since everything is on site including Splash!, ranked one of the 10 best waterparks in the U.S. by Waterpark Resorts Today. It features a Caribbean family water playground complete with water slides, lazy river, water spouts, arch jets, rope showers, pipe falls, a tunnel, bucket conveyors and multi-person water pumps, water screws and more.

The resort offers recreational activities for kids, indoor and outdoor pools, a 50,000-square foot Sport & Health Club, tennis courts and a variety of upscale and casual dining options.

Kingston Shores and the adjacent resort, Kingston Plantation, are owned by FelCor Lodging Trust, Inc. These properties include two full-service oceanfront hotels including Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort, Embassy Suites Myrtle Beach and a variety of luxury Myrtle Beach condominiums, townhomes and vacation villas. Guests at both properties can enjoy access to recreational facilities including a newly renovated 50,000 square-foot Sport & Health Club with indoor and outdoor pools, lit tennis courts, pro shop and state-of-the-art fitness equipment, Splash!, an oceanfront water park and lazy river and a host of seasonal activities for adults and children. For more information, visit