There are so many good options for hotels in Daytona Beach. If you are looking for hotels in Daytona Beach there are several things to consider in order to get the best one for your particular stay. Here are some tips for finding the perfect hotels in Daytona Beach for you or your family:
- Don't count on reviews. There is a term for it (astroturfing), whereby businesses will get people to leave bogus glowing reviews of their property. On the other end, competitors will purposely leave negative reviews online. So while you scroll through reviews of hotels in Daytona Beach do not base your decision of where to stay on the reviews.
- There are a lot of hotels in Daytona Beach to choose from for your stay. Pretty much anywhere along the beach, from Ormond Beach to Ponce Inlet, is going to beautiful. However, some places offer drive-free zones (some families may want this), and some may have not so nice areas directly across the street. If you don't mind being directly across the street from a gentlemen's establishment (if you know what I mean), then it won't matter much to you. But if it does matter to you, stick more to the hotels in Ormond Beach and hotels in Daytona Beach Shores areas.
- Consider such things as parking, breakfast, and anything else that may add to the cost of your stay. Many hotels in Daytona Beach have mini-refrigerators and microwaves, which gives you the opportunity to eat breakfast in the room, and save on some expenses. Another expense may be beach chairs and umbrellas. They can be rented along the beach, but you may find some hotels in Daytona Beach that provide those items to their guests free of charge, thus saving you money.
There are many hotels in Daytona Beach, as well as surrounding areas. Along the beach, I have personally stayed in The Hampton Inn, Perry's Ocean Edge Resort, and one other one that I can't recall the name of. I had good experiences at all of the hotels in Daytona Beach. If you have kids with you then check out Perry's Ocean Edge Resort. They have rooms that have kid suites attached to them (partly pictured above). So while the adults have a nice room of their own, kids have a special room that is decorated just for them with bunk beds, their own tv, and other things. My kids loved it there!