Days Inn Tropical Seas

Address: 3357 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, Florida, 32118-6308, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 3357 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, is near Beach at Daytona Beach, Ponce Inlet, Lighthouse Point Park, and City Island Ball Park.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking

          Services

          • Business Services
           

          Historical Traveler Reviews Days Inn Tropical Seas Daytona Beach

          We Love this hotel!!

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          We stayed at this hotel for our honeymoon and have been coming back to it ever since! The staff is very friendly and helpful. The cleaning staff were very nice and did a great job.

          Nice Stay

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          Location actually in Daytona Beach Shores which was nice and stayed here for weekend in late January

          Rooms have been renovated - all new furniture in my room 402A (end of corridor which II liked. Balcony with great views of beach

          Staff extremely friendly and coffeee available in lobby all day.

          Burger King across street and 24 hour diner in walking distance

          Great hotel

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          After having trouble with a different hotel we had pre-booked, we went down the street to this Days Inn. We walked right off the street, got an oceanfront room with a kitchenette for 7 days (4 Adults). The front desk clerks are very nice. They bend over backwards to help you. The housekeeping staff was very good with the exception of one lady. The pool was cleaned every morning and they have a large sundeck. Be aware there isn't a coffee maker in the rooms, but you can get it most any time in the lobby. The carpet in the elevator smelled really bad. (It was wet) However, it was promtly replaced. The staff and family atmosphere make this hotel. Great value for the price!

          Ok Hotel

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          - The beachfront view was awesome!!

          - Literally 20 feet to the ocean!

          - Rooms were clean

          - Hotel is in an older rundown section of Daytona Beach

          - Don't stay on the 1st floor: They tried to put us there but the hallway was littered with housekeeping carts.

          - Hallways are dreary and needed new carpeting

          - Elevator was out of service twice in our 2 night stay

          - Desk staff was friendly

          - No breakfast served

          Overall a good place to stay if you're on a budget!

          Overall it was a nice hotel

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          Overall this was a nice hotel. The rooms were clean, and the beds were comfortable. I did have a problem with check in. I had to go to the Front Desk 4 times before my room was available. Check in is at 2pm, and my room was not ready until 4pm. Also, I had reserved an oceanfront room, and ended up with an Oceanview room, although there was still a pretty good view of the ocean.

          It was great!!!!!

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          They were wonderful. We had a beachfront room on the main floor overlooking the pool. The staff was courteous, and friendly, and went out of their way to please you. The room was a good size, and had a full size fridge and stove in it. The carpets were new, and the furniture was too. Even though our room was right next to the pool, it was quiet. Overall, it was a great stay.

          Great value on the beach

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          We spent two nights at this hotel, and enjoyed it very much.

          The room we stayed in was an oceanfront efficiency. The little kitchenette had a small stove/oven, full regrigerator, microwave and sink. Would have been great for a longer stay or for a family. As we were only there for two days, we didn't really make use of it, but it was nicely equipped.

          The condition of the room was perfectly acceptable. It's a Days Inn, not the Ritz, so we weren't expecting luxury. It was clean and safe, with all the expected amenities including a hairdryer and iron.

          The balcony overlooked the pool area and the ocean. The view of the ocean was fantastic! You really couldn't ask for a better location.

          We checked in late and the overnight clerk was very friendly to us. I don't remember her name, but she was really nice.

          Horrible...STAY AWAY!

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          Although I know that many hotels in Daytona Beach are a little run down, this one took the cake. The rooms looked like that hadn't gotten new furniture...ever. There were dead (squashed) bugs all over the bathroom which made me question the cleaning crew. There was a bag of smelly garbage left by the cleaning people outside our room that wasn't moved our first night. After the first night, someone moved it into the stairwell where it sat and stunk for the next 2 nights. The only pluses about this hotel are that it's cheap and it's right on the beach. The pool area is very nice too.

          Good stay

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          This hotel was a great place to stay! The only bad thing was if you are going for the hot tub, don't stay here. It was terrible! Besides that it was great and a good deal for the money.

          Days Inn Tropical Seas hotel 'best ever'

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          this hotel is a really good hotel. The service is really gr8 and u know that u are getting quality service here. I recomend this hotel 2 every1.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Tropical Seas Daytona Beach

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

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