“The people here are so kind they make me feel like I’m home. i work all day and its nice to come to friendly face and fun events that go on.”

Carlos Robledo

Columbia

“IRH is very professional yet so much like a family, you treat us so nicely and always greet me with a good morning and a smile. The cleanliness is aways good so fresh and nice. it’s a friendly and welcoming environment. We are treated so well at IRH with such trustworthy staff.”

Ann Marie Charlton

Jamaica

“IRH Pigeon Forge has given me many chances to meet new people and cultural exchange by learning a 3rd language, trying food from different countries, and promoting my country (Jamaica). I also had a great opportunity like getting to play soccer for Tornado FC.  My most special moment was when I joined the International Angels and I truly have enjoyed being apart of and giving back to the local communities. IRH is my Home Away From Home.”

Ricardo Smith

Jamaica

“I am happy to be staying at IRH. It’s a comfortable place to live and the people at the front desk are friendly. I enjoy having a kitchen that we can use 24 hours a day.”

Licelot Carrasco Guerrero

Dominican Republic

“IRH is a great experience, the building is so clean and brand new. The best part is the teamwork. The people, they are wonderful and so friendly. They are great, I always get a greeting when I see the staff at the front desk.”

Warren Pujols

Dominican Republic

“I have met a lot of new people here. I love being able to cook and hangout with my new friends in big spaces like the common areas and outside in the courtyard. Also IRH is right near my workplace so I don’t have far transportation. I like being here a lot.”

Jirameth Kittavornsakul

Thailand

MYRTLE BEACH

INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCE HALL

OPENING 2025

The Myrtle Beach Housing Campus is scheduled to break ground in 2024 and open in 2025. Phase I consists of 2 buildings and will provide housing for 600 seasonal workers. There are also plans to develop a community center building for gathering, sharing meals, and building friendships. 

 

The plans for this development are centered on creating a campus community that feels like home when everything that feels familiar to our residents is thousands of miles away. When residents aren’t hanging around the IRH campus, the beach is exactly one mile away and has plenty of opportunities to enjoy the Myrtle Beach area, complete with a boardwalk and stunning views of the Atlantic coastline.

contact info

Scott Bell
National Director of Operations
sbell@irhliving.com

 

Safety

  • We are staffed 24/7 and keeping you safe is our highest priority. Our building is equipped with RFID access to enter the building and to access rooms.
  • We have live video monitoring in all common areas, hallways and outdoor areas.

Rent

  • We prioritize keeping rent affordable for our guests at every location.
  • Rent is paid weekly and can be paid through our portal or in cash at the front desk.

Lease

  • We understand that most of our guests are here for a limited time, so our leases are created to accommodate your length of stay.

Rooms

Each room has:

    • Bathroom
    • Shower
    • 2 sinks
    • Refrigerator
    • Microwave
    • Table, chairs
    • 4 Wardrobes (one per person) and
    • 4 Beds (2 upper bunks, 2 lower bunks)
    • Its own heating/cooling unit that you can adjust to your comfort

Shared Amenities

Essential Linens

  • 1 Pillow and 1 Pillowcase
  • 1 Fitted Sheet
  • 1 Flat Sheet
  • 1 Blanket
  • 1 Bath Towel
  • 6 hangers for each wardrobe
  • Keycard access for entering the building and your assigned room

Other Amenities

  • Each guest will pay a minimal, one-time laundry fee when they move in. After that, laundry machines will be available for unlimited use 24/7
  • Community Room for hanging out, watching soccer games, etc.
  • Gaming stations
  • Community kitchens for preparing your own food and dining tables to dine with friends

what to bring

  • Seasonal specific clothing
  • Groceries
  • Toilet paper
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Personal items such as toiletries, phone charger, etc.
  • Pots and Pans (for the community kitchens)
  • Plates, bowls, utensils, etc