- Two-night stay for up to four adults in an Ocean View Standard room
- Breakfast for two each day
- Resort fee included
- $30 spa credit<p>
Comfortable Ocean View Rooms Steps from the Beach
Cars boldly trace the edge of the shore, cruising on along the 24-mile stretch of hard-packed sands at Daytona Beach, where shoppers, sightseers, and families flock to relax and frolic in the sun. Much like the oceanfront haven just steps from its door, the Daytona Beach Resort appeals to a diverse crowd of travelers. The resort’s four pools—including a kiddie splash pool and a heated outdoor pool—appeal to lodgers of all ages, and a fire pit blazes come evening, inspiring romantic evenings overlooking the rolling waves of the Atlantic.
In the Ocean View Standard room, drawing the curtains back reveals sunny vistas of either the Intracoastal Waterway or the Atlantic Ocean. Kitchens come fully equipped for preparing do-it-yourself meals, and the on-site cafe, restaurant, and bar present plenty of options for those who’d rather order off a menu. Adjacent to the granite-spangled lobby, Reflections Restaurant & Bar serves up the included all-American breakfasts of bacon, eggs, and toast. At the seasonal Reef Cabana Bar, bartenders whip up tropical cocktails for swimmers and sunbathers reclining on the pool deck. Further relaxation awaits lodgers at the sauna or on-site Terra Acqua Day Spa, as massage therapists knead tension away using lava shells and exotic oils during a variety of specialty massages and aestheticians ready toes for flip-flops with soothing pedicures.
Daytona Beach, Florida: Sun, Surf, and Boardwalks near Famed Raceway
About 3 miles south of Daytona Beach Resort, restaurants, bars, and shops compete for attention on the bustling Main Street pier. Old-school fun spills out along the boardwalk adjacent to the pier as kids collide in bumper cars and play skee-ball under the majestic ferris wheel, which lights up at night.
In addition to a plethora of water sports such as fishing and jet skiing, Daytona Beach is best known for hosting the Daytona 500, the famed annual stock-car race held at the International Speedway just a few miles from the hotel. There, locals and visitors alike embark on all-access tours, strolling along Gatorade Victory Lane, viewing the trophies of past champions and overlooking the 2.5-mile track from a seven-story vantage point.
Recommendations for Your Getaway
Richard Petty Driving Experience Adrenaline rises as visitors ride in a racecar driven by a pro or get behind the wheel for laps around the Daytona International Speedway, host to the annual Daytona 500.
Lighthouse Point Park Nature trails wind through this lush, 52-acre park where picnickers, hikers, and fishing buddies occasionally spot native raccoons and armadillos.
Congo River Golf In addition to a mini-golf course dotted with waterfalls and rocky hazards, the real draw here is an interactive exhibit that invites kids to gather around and feed live gators.
Daytona International Speedway Track Tours Guided tours take racing fans behind the scenes to explore stock-car garages, pit roads, and the sport’s history through past champion trophies and other artifacts.
Daytona Beach Resort Conference Center
2700 N Atlantic Ave.
Daytona Beach, Florida 32118