Hawaiian Inn

Address: 2301 South Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, Florida, 32118, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 2301 South Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, is near Ponce Inlet, Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, Lighthouse Point Park, and Congo River Adventure Golf Daytona.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hawaiian Inn Daytona Beach

    Great place to stay. Loved it.

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    This is one of the best places to stay for the price. The room was very big and very clean. It must have just been updated. Very quiet. Great view. We had an ocean front room on the second floor and a pool view also. Really liked the bar by the pool and the rocking chairs. We are planning to go back and would not stay anywhere but here.

    Party Zone

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    We rented from the Hawaiianinn.208. June 25-29,2003 We had a oceanfront room. Great view!!! The room had 2 queen beds and kitchentte. The room was clean, but the mattress on the beds were wore out. Not very comfortable. The building itself is very old. But, the renovations on the inside of the rooms are not too bad. Just very small space. The pool and outside area was nice. If you are looking for a family atmosphere this is not it. We had several young people on both sides that liked to party. Loud music and some smoking and I don't mean cigarettes. The fireworks at night were pretty annoying. We had a two- year-old and things at night were very noisy. Kids running down the halls and playing around. I can't I would stay here again. Personally, I prefer a family oriented resort. But, I guess it' all depends on what you are into.

    Lots of fun

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    Visited for the first time with my wife and 2 children and stayed in an oceanfront efficiency. We found the grounds and our room to be very clean. The staff was very friendly. My son and I must have played the 9 hole mini golf 5 times each day. Great pool and bar. Our room was clean and modern. The view from the balcony was gorgeous.

    Each summer, we like to spend a few days in Daytona selecting a one of a kind hotel. This is definitely one of the best. We will be back.

    Loved hawaiian inn

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    Stayed at hawaiian inn june 21-28. Very clean, pool area excellant.room very nice. we had 1 bedroom. will stay there again next year.

    Run down and Dirty

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    Dishes in the sink, Tiles that came off on the bathroom floor, No working fan in the bathroom, A couple roaches in the room, Moldy old refrigerator in the corner (with a little working one in the kitchenette), no standard hotel room ammenities (shampoo, hair dryer) At least the show downstairs was quite cute (a miniature "real hawaiian" show) and the view outside was beautiful. I think that this place is too expensive for what you get. You can stay at any run-down motel and get the same quality room. You pay for the view. We spent most of our time on the balcony, trying to forget the disapointment within.

    I have stayed there a few times nice big rooms with great views !! and cheap prices . tiki bar was understaffed the last time

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    nice hotel cheap prices large rooms . will stay again next weekend steve

    Wonderful Place....

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    The Hawaiian Inn was a very nice place I will definately come back for another stay- very well kept and clean- we stayed in room 215 it was a weekly rental!

    Started off shakey

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    we arrived at 12:oopm & was told that room wouldnt be ready for 3 more hour, which was fine we would go & enjoy the beach.. we went back at 3 & was told room has late check out, & wouldnt be out till 5-6 pm.. a mistake by front desk clerk.. my husband asked to speak to Connie.. I guess the day manager..she played clueless but asked if we could wait in my mothers suite..it was dirty, watermelon seeds all over & large picture window was flithy with handprints & mould. we got into our 2 bed room after they shooed out the other family(they themselves told us that connie called them 3 times and asked them to leave).. we were never granted a late checkout or anything to smooth over things.. its a shame because it could be a cute place. service during the day was awful( one clerk talked about all her one night stands she had.. in front of our children).. pm staff (a male) was very good. pool area is nice and cafe too .. I also heard this has happened to others.. would I go back? I doubt it

    Wonderful Suite, Great view!!!!

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    I rented room #330 and it was great. A large room with a private master bedroom, kitchen area with stove, refrig., a second bedroom with 2 beds, and a nice living area with a pullout. Room had a good view overlooking the pool and the wonderful beach. The tiki bar on the pooldeck has great hamburgers and cold drinks. There is also a heated indoor pool. Room is non-smoking...

    Go owner-rental at Hawaiian

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    If you can find an owner, rent from them. The Hawaiian's prices are quite steep, but private owners will give you a wonderful deal! I rented from the web site Hawaiian208 That unit was just wonderful!! She had 2 TV's, CD player, oceanfront balcony, immaculatly clean, etc.....I could really go on. It was just great.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hawaiian Inn Daytona Beach

    3.00 of 5 stars Good
     

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