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Plaza Resort & Spa - Daytona Beach Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Plaza Resort & Spa

600 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach - Map
 
 
"Great Hotel! would Recommend!"
I had a great stay at this hotel! The only thing that I will say is that they did charge me a $20.00 per day resort fee to use their amenities. I didn't really mind this but I don't recall seeing anything about this fee on the Travelocity the website for this hotel. Other than this I would highly recommend this hotel. The staff was great and it was just a great time.
Traveller from Covington, GA
Nestled on the beach, this Daytona Beach hotel is within minutes of Ocean Walk Village, Boardwalk Amusement Area and Pier …More
Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort - Daytona Beach Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort

100 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach - Map
 
 
"great staff, beautiful view, not so clean pool"
The staff was very helpful when my keycard didn't work upon arrival. They had to remove the lock and rekey. The manager helped bring our luggage upstairs and explained the features of our room. I was given a mini fridge upon request quickly at no extra charge. The resort fee is $10 a day. If you get an appetizer everyday of your stay, it pays for itself. Children eat breakfast free, so that also is another perk. Parking is off site if you park on your own at $12 a night. It is located across the street and down the block. Valet is $19 a night. The pool was cold on the 2nd floor. It also had a lot of hair floating around it. The hot tub that was inside had a murky gray look to the water. It was not very appealing. It looked very dirty. The 5th floor pool was a little warmer and looked cleaner. It also seemed less crowded. The view was great...we had front row seats for the fireworks on Saturday night. I wish that the balconies were big enough to have chairs like some of the oceanfront  hotels I have stayed at in Daytona.
njmom106 from Moorestown, NJ
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Daytona Beach Oceanside Inn - Daytona Beach Shores Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$89

Daytona Beach Oceanside Inn

1909 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach Shores - Map
 
 
"Old But Clean"
This hotel was not as new/current in person as it looked in the photos on line.  However, the room was clean and accommodating. The beds were squeaky and a little worn, but we were so tired that we didn't mind.  The bathroom was very spacious and very clean, which made up for the age of the place.  The swimming pool was huge and the view and access to the beach was perfect!  We enjoyed the property overall! 
PhoenixD from Phoenix, AZ
This 9-story oceanfront hotel rises above the Atlantic Ocean surf and a 23-mile white sand beach. The Boardwalk Amusement …More
Emerald Shores Resort - Daytona Beach Shores Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Emerald Shores Resort

2613 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach Shores - Map
 
 
"Very Clean, The property is eight years old and LOOKS BRAND NEW!"
This is an amazing place. Great staff, very clean, very well maintained, It looks BRAND NEW! Emerald Shores Hotel rivals Hilton in staff and appearance and is easier on the budget. A wonderful treasure in Daytona Beach Shores. Bruce
babgjb from Ocala, FL, USA
Located in Daytona Beach Shores, this oceanfront hotel is three miles from the Daytona Beach Pier, four miles from Ocean Walk …More
The Shores Resort & Spa - Daytona Beach Shores Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Shores Resort & Spa

2637 S Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach Shores - Map
 
 
"Beautiful place!!"
a great place for the whole family, we went to celebrate my husband's birthday and this hotel really exceeded expectations, would recommend 100%.
perez03 from wellington,fl
Located in Daytona Beach, The Shores Resort & Spa is just steps from the white-sand beaches of the Atlantic Ocean; Daytona …More
Heritage Inn - Daytona Beach Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
$49

Heritage Inn

1100 S. Ridgewood Ave, Daytona Beach - Map
 
 
Situated in Daytona Beach, this motel is close to Daytona Beach Golf Club, Daytona Maritime Museum, and Halifax Harbor …More
Daytona Beach Resort & Conference Center - Daytona Beach Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$139

Daytona Beach Resort & Conference Center

2700 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach - Map
 
 
"Great family comfort."
Roomy suite fit our family of 5 perfectly. Walk to Publix to stock the cupboards & fridge. Staff friendly & helpful. Pools are clean & welcoming. Great location on beach, within walking distance of Publix, Dennys, MacDonalds, souvenier shop, & Walgreens. Nice area! Can't wait to go back to Daytona Beach Resort.
ParentsOFTeens from Minnesota
Across from the Bellair Plaza Shopping Center, this beachfront hotel is within 9 miles of the Daytona International Speedway.More
Best Western Aku Tiki Inn - Daytona Beach Shores Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$116

Best Western Aku Tiki Inn

2225 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach Shores - Map
 
 
"Beach Get-Away"
My husband and I recently vacationed at the Aku Tiki for two weeks and have nothing but good things to say. The rooms and general areas themselves were incredibly clean. The staff was so helpful and very friendly. For the price we paid we got so much more out of it! We could not believe how little we paid and had such a great experience. The rooms were very spacious and had everything we needed. The best thing about the Aku Tiki was the pooldeck! Best pooldeck in all of Daytona Beach! If you're looking for an enjoyable place to stay this is without a doubt a must!
jilljones13
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San Marina Motel - Daytona Beach Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
$60

San Marina Motel

1001 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach - Map
 
 
"Great hotel for the price"
The front desk was really friendly and welcoming. The room was very nice and the shower was hot. For the money you can't beat this place, it is within walking distance of nice shops, restaurants, Starbucks, and even a movie theatre. It is also right across from the beach. One tip would be to bring your own shampoo, which I always do because some budget hotels do not offer this. Also this hotel is not in the " bad part of town" like others have said, overall it was really nice.
Jpmj117 from Orlando, FL, USA
Situated near the beach in Daytona Beach, this hotel is close to Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Boardwalk Amusement …More
Perry's Ocean Edge Resort - Daytona Beach Shores Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
$146

Perry's Ocean Edge Resort

2209 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach Shores - Map
 
 
"Perfect for a family"
The rooms were clean, the staff was nice and helpful, the rooms were large and everything worked. Be warned though, if you plan on getting online or connecting a smartphone or tablet to their in-room WiFi, forget it. This is the shakiest wifi I have ever seen in a hotel. It was impossible to maintain a connection. This was important to me and found it a major source of irritation. Rooms that are around the indoor pool should be avoided as well. It is extremely loud from 9am until 10pm and sometimes beyond. Of course that should be expected with an indoor pool. Next time I will stay in a tower room. The beach was great and the courtyard was fantastic. Both outdoor pools were clean and well maintained. The property overall is very very nice and well maintained. All of the complaints I had were minor (except the WiFi), and I would stay here again. The staff was great and you are only steps away from a great beach.
HappyJack3 from Atlanta, GA
This Daytona Beach Shores resort is located on the waterfront, nestled on the beach a short distance from Congo River Golf - …More

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    Daytona Beach, Florida Hotel Guide

    There is no shortage of places to stay in Daytona Beach, FL – most of which are located on the oceanfront. The rates can vary wildly depending on the time of year you visit. During major events, like NASCAR races, you can expect to pay two to four times as much as you would in the off-season. Other times, the majority of prices range from budget-friendly to mid-range, making it a fantastic getaway for those who want a beach vacation at an affordable price.

    Enjoy a stay with the sand just steps away from your door in Daytona Beach. From cozy motor inns to luxury resorts, you will find the lodging that works for you. In the off-season, “splurge” on a bed and breakfast stay, while spending the same per night comparable to your average three-star hotel. Not only will it keep some money in your pocket, but you’ll save even more by getting some meals included.

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    If you like to be in the middle of the action and have the opportunity to walk to everything Daytona Beach has to offer, then find a hotel in the Downtown Daytona Beach area. Sports, theater, shopping, fine dining, and annual and weekly events are never far away. Strap on a pair of comfortable shoes and start exploring around your hotel.

    Stay near the Halifax Harbor Marina – just minutes from Downtown – and you can eat at a restaurant overlooking the harbor, relish the beauty of Riverfront Park, stroll along Halifax River, or even go fishing on the pier.

    There is such a wide variety of activities in Daytona Beach that tourists could never get bored. Unlike other small communities, there is always something to see or do here, and it’s quite easy to find accommodations that meet or, more likely, exceed expectations.

    Hotels in Daytona, FL

    Come visit the beautiful seaside city that is known worldwide as the epicenter of car racing! Home to the famous Daytona International Speedway, where the Daytona 500 is held annually, Daytona Beach, FL, consistently attracts throngs of racing fans year in and year out. But there's so much more to this seaside city than really fast cars. Escape to Daytona Beach for its picturesque stretches of sand perfect for sunbathing and warm waters ideal for swimming and surfing. See the historic Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse in Ponce Inlet, a small, pastoral town just south of Daytona Beach. Enjoy the arcades, food, and rides at the Daytona Boardwalk Amusement Area and Pier. Catch a free concert right on the beach at the iconic Daytona Beach Bandshell and take pictures in front of the famous coquina clock tower. Whether you're a longtime fan of car racing or someone who just likes some fun in the sun, you can't go wrong with a trip to the city sometimes referred to as "The World's Most Famous Beach." Travelocity is here to help you find the best prices on Daytona hotels. Daytona Beach, FL, is a prime location for a relaxing vacation, so don't wait to start planning your getaway. Browse deals on hotels in Daytona Beach, FL, and buy your tickets online today with Travelocity!

    What to See

    Car racing isn't the only sporting event of note in Daytona Beach. Be sure check out the historic Jackie Robinson Ballpark, the first Florida ballpark that allowed Jackie Robinson to play during spring training, prior to his breaking the color barrier in the major leagues the following year. Even if you can't catch a Daytona Cubs game there, it's worth a visit for its historical significance. While you're there, stop to admire the statue of Jackie Robinson by the park's entrance. The likeness of Dale Earnhardt Sr. located at 1801 West International Speedway Blvd. is another statue you wouldn't want to miss while you're in Daytona Beach. With his fist raised in celebration and the Daytona 500 trophy held in his other arm, Dale Earnhardt Sr. seems almost alive and full of energy in this touching tribute. The statue is sure to captivate you even if you aren't a racing fan. Next, visit the historic clock tower on Daytona Beach's coastline. Built in 1938, this 30-foot-tall clock tower is made of coquina, a sedimentary rock consisting almost entirely of small shells. On the face of the tower's clock, rather than numerals, you'll see the 12 letters in the city's name. This longstanding Daytona Beach icon was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.

    What to Do

    There is so much to do for fun in Daytona Beach! Of course, you should absolutely plan on spending a day at the beach. If you love to swim, why not swim at "The World's Most Famous Beach?" The beach is a great place to catch a wave if you like to surf. If you'd rather relax, spread out a blanket and sunbathe. Cars are even allowed on the beach during the day, and the hard-packed sand makes driving directly on the sand a breeze. Just watch out for beach-goers! Take a boat out on the water to do some deep-sea fishing. There are a few fishing charter companies in and near Daytona Beach that will take you and a small group for an unforgettable fishing excursion in the Atlantic. Let loose at the Daytona Boardwalk Amusement Area and Pier! This charming, old-fashioned boardwalk theme park has arcade games, thrill rides, and some of the best pizza the area has to offer. It's a great place to bring young children. The view of the ocean from the top of the Ferris wheel is nothing short of spectacular.

    Take a trip to the oldest home in Daytona Beach, Lilian Place. Built in 1884 by one of the area's first settlers, Laurence Thompson, this splendid Victorian-style building will give you a wonderful taste of Daytona Beach history. Don't forget your camera! You'll definitely want to take some pictures. For more history of the area, head over to the Halifax Historical Museum. This museum houses exhibits dedicated to the preservation of the Halifax River area's past. Even the building itself is historic! The museum is located in the Merchant's Bank building, which was built in 1910 and is now included on the National Register of Historic Places. Most weekends in the summer, you'll be able to see a free live show right on the beach at the Daytona Beach Bandshell. Constructed in 1938 of coquina, just like the nearby clock tower, this iconic amphitheater has remained a symbol of the area over the years. What better way to bring the day to a close than with free music by the sea?

    When to Go

    One of the most popular times to travel to Daytona Beach is in January and February during Speedweeks, four weeks of festivities that precede the Daytona 500 race. If you're a racing fanatic, Speedweeks is a fantastic time to visit. Just know that Daytona hotels might run out of vacancies quickly. If you're not big on racing, you might want to come another time to avoid the mobs of people. Summer in Daytona Beach is very hot, but the water is also pleasantly warm during this season. It is actually one of Daytona Beach's busiest seasons, since school is out and families with children flock to beach cities for family vacations. If you're planning on visiting during the summer, don't put off booking your Daytona Beach hotels. Oceanfront accommodations may be especially hard to come by once summer is in full swing. Springtime ushers in beautiful weather for the area, and it's a great time to save money on hotels in Daytona Beach, FL. Don't be surprised if you see a lot of college students, though, as the city is a popular destination for spring-breakers. Once you've decided when you'll be visiting, let Travelocity help get you there with amazing vacation packages and jaw-dropping deals on cheap hotels in Daytona Beach. Florida is home to many beaches, but there's only one Daytona Beach!

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