- Sea Dip Beach Resort
- Sea Shells Beach Club
- Towers Condominiums
- Vantage Pointe
- Village at Indigo Lakes
- Wyndham Ocean Walk
- Americano Beach Lodge Resort
- Daytona Beach Club
- Daytona Beach Regency
- Daytona Beach Resort
- Daytona Inn Beach Resort
- Daytona Seabreeze
- Fairway Estates
- Fountain Beach Resort
- Harbour Beach Resort
- Island Crowne
- Le Atlantico
- Lenox Park
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Recent Daytona Beach reviews
"The house was perfect for a large group! The kitchen is awesome and plenty of room for more than one cook at the same time. Great table that everyone can sit at onetime for a meal. Bedroom suites are great with a private bathroom in each. The beach is beautiful! The community is beautiful and perfect for the morning walks we took. The management company is great to work with! We will definitely be back."Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 30, 2014View listing
"We stayed at the Ocean walk July 2014. The resort was beautiful. And the beach was clean. Our room was a 2 bedroom ocean view lock out and the perfect size for us. The Bohems were very easy to go through to book this unit. we received everything that was in the description and loved that price included tax and cleaning fees. Our room was clean and super nice. We had everything we needed Right next door were plenty of places to eat play and shop. It is within walking distance to the pier and driving distance to so many other things. If you have someone in your party whom steps are hard for, there are ramps to walk down on the property. The water slide and lazy river were free. Some Of the other activities poolside were not. In fact we couldn't find anything on the activities calender that was free that we wanted to go to. Check in was confusing. We were going to be early so we called ahead to see if we could check in early and the ocean walk employee said no. We drove around and did some sight seeing while waiting. We go to the resort and wanted to see if we could at least park there. I went in and there were two lines and I didn't know which to get in. I asked which one and the guy told me the other one was the only one I could check in at. Glad I asked so that I would know for when we came back an hour later. But then I heard employees saying guests could "early register" and we could park, use the facilities and then we would be called when our room was ready. It would have been nice to know we could have been there a lot earlier in the day. It wasn't a big deal to us though because we found other things to do. The downfall of the hotel was that there are not enough elevators. The elevators at check in/check out times are a joke. Be prepared to wait for Quite possibly a half hour for an elevator around check out times. it was hard to get a luggage rack. But when you did it was nearly impossible to find an elevator with enough room to get on. People ride up to go down and vs versa. We read the reviews and were prepared for this but didn't expect it to be as bad as it was. I wish there were a few seats to sit in while you waited. Also the doors close quick on them so people plow you over to get on as you get off. Parking could be a problem but were always able to find one. Pool chairs always had towels on them so you have to get there early(even though signs said don't reserve seats and towels will be roomed after not using for 30minutes."Guest: SaraP Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 2, 2014View listing
"Clean well-maintained home. Owner goes above and beyond to ensure guests have all the comforts of home! Owner very accommodating! We actually arrived a day early due to inclement weather back home and the owner went out of her way to make sure the home was ready for our early arrival. Beautiful area. Located in an area close to attractions but in a quiet neighborhood in private setting. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay and plan to return next year if not sooner!"Guest: Terri L. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 25, 2014View listing
"Very cordial employees. Beautiful place. Exceeded expectation.<br/>Perfect place for a private beach front rental. <br/>"Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 1, 2014View listing
Daytona Beach Travel Tips
Known as "The World's Most Famous Beach," Daytona Beach is an ideal destination attracting sunshine-seekers. The white sand shorelines are tucked along the east coast of central Florida, brimming with family-friendly activities. The city is home to the Daytona International Speedway, which hosts the Daytona 500, one of the biggest racing events in the country.
A Glimpse at Daytona
Though the population is only about 62,000, nearly 8 million vacationers from around the world flock to Daytona's shores each year. Whatever time of year you choose to visit, the weather is balmy - which is certainly one of its biggest perks. In the summer, temperatures hover around 80 degrees while they rarely get lower than 50 degrees in the winter. For logistic purposes, the city lies about 51 miles northeast of Orlando and 86 miles southeast of Jacksonville.
Soak up the Florida sunshine along the 23 miles of shimmering beaches. With so much sun and sand, water sports are a must. Surfing, fishing, kayaking and dolphin-watching all make the list! Ride the fad wave of paddleboarding and try it out for yourself. If you want to sail thousands of feet over the ocean, strap in for an afternoon of parasailing. At night, there are a bunch of bars that party animals will enjoy. The best part? It's open 24/7 with free access!
The Daytona 500
The Daytona 500, dubbed "The Great American Race," is the shining star of NASCAR events. For decades, the 200-lap, 500-mile-long competition has been among the biggest, richest and most iconic races in the Sprint Cup calendar. The event takes place in the Daytona International Speedway around mid-February.
Fans young and old make their way to witness not only the exhilarating sights and sounds of the final race, but also Speedweeks, which is handful of events leading up to it. If you're coming with children, it's not a bad idea to buy a day pass and bring them to the pre-race activities, including giveaways and samples. Despite the mild weather, Daytona 500 is a long event, so spectators should dress in layers. Veteran 500-goers know to bring snacks, water and ponchos, just in case.
- Daytona Beach Boardwalk and Pier: Recently reopening after a $5 million restoration, the Daytona Beach Boardwalk is the main drag for entertainment and family fun. The beachside stretch features the Boardwalk Amusement area, which has go-karts, a Ferris wheel and a roller coaster. You can even catch a firework display every Saturday night at 9:45 from Memorial Day through Labor Day. During the summer, there are a free concerts at the bandshell.
- Ponce Inlet: Making up the southern part of the beach, the Ponce Inlet is home to tallest lighthouse in Florida, called the Ponce de Leon Lighthouse and Museum. A National Historic Landmark, the lighthouse is open for tours throughout the year, so be sure to swing by to learn about the region's maritime history while catching panoramic vistas of the Atlantic Ocean.
- Marine Science Center: This marine center, housed in a 5,300-square-foot facility, showcases habitat dioramas and interactive adventures perfect for the little ones. Amid underwater decorations, visitors have a blast at learning about the turtle and seabird rehabilitation programs. In the center of the gallery, there is a 5,000 gallon artificial reef aquarium where you can get your hands wet with the stingray touch pool.
Wine and Dine
Climb to the Moon Tours: For a sunset unlike any other, steal away with your lover to the Climb to the Moon Tours at the Ponce de Leon Lighthouse. You'll toast the setting sun and rising full moon with drinks and hors d'oeuvres from Ponce Inlet's famous Inlet Harbor Restaurant as a tour guide cues you in the lighthouse's fascinating history. The whole event makes for a great appetizer.
Hidden Treasure Rum Bar & Grill: For a full meal, Hidden Treasure Rum Bar & Grill offers delectable seafood dishes in a casual ambience. If you're here during the week, check out the deals: Tuesday is a fish fry, Wednesday features all you can eat crab legs and on Thursday you can treat your palate to whole Maine lobster deals.
Don Vito's Italian Restaurant: Located in the heart of downtown Daytona Beach historic shopping and arts district, Don Vito's is authentic Italian. Owners Barbara and Jim Castronovo make you feel at home, serving up crowd favorites like shrimp marsala, margarita pizza and a thumbs-up wine list. Besides, it's a good bang for your buck.
Chucherias Hondurenas: Adventurous eaters and sweet tooths flock to Chucherias Hondurenas. Chucherias, which means "finger food," characterizes this Latin hotspot. Try out the sangria and chocolate tres leche cake. The colorful atmosphere, yucca fries and pupusas will make you feel like you're eating in Central America.