Holiday Inn Express and Suites Oceanfront
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... G/G" to get the bug bodies off. While we were busy on the outside washing and rinsing, the washer was working on a load of clothes.
We went to Halpin's for dinner and were joined by Michael (David), Shari, and their girls, Katie and Natalie. It was a good visit with them over a good meal. We stayed and visited with Bob & Kimbra for a bit longer then came home.
Tomorrow we're going to St. Augustine for the day. ...
... to the same road we had just turned off. Well the signs didn't match, so we took a short detour. Coming back we turned where the GPS told us too, but it was the wrong road. We then turned left and we could see the road we needed to be on so we proceeded. The GPS wanted us to turn right into a dead end street, so we ignored it that time. We ended up where we needed to be and proceeded on our way. Bob was driving all this time and ...
We spent the weekend in Daytona Beach for the Daytona 500. The Daytona 500 is a 500 mile long (805 km) car race held annually in Daytona Beach, Florida. The first Daytona races were held on the beach. In 1959 the first race was held at the Speedway, which also coincided with ...
the last 4 months where really busy , between Upgrading the Hangar in Ormond Beach , starting Building the Boat Seatta among tausend other things.....
beginning march I will take my 2nd Daughter Cecilia to South Africa to show here all the ...
Monday, February 3rd: Billy's driving us to Blue Spring's State Park to see the Manatees. Susan called the park this morning and park told her 93 manatees are in the park today. So we are headed that way. Laura my great niece posted on my blog for us to check out the manatees at Blue Springs if we were in the area. I'm getting quite excited about seeing them. I've only gotten a glimpse of ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Express and Suites Oceanfront Daytona Beach
Great stay at Palm Plaza
Had a wonderfull time over the New Years Weekend. Rooms were the cleaniest of any of our stays in Floirida. Have an Air cleaner machine in all the rooms there like we have at home. Quiet section of the beach. Very friendly staff.
I just returned from a awesome weekend at the Palm Plaza in Daytona Beach Shores. The hotel was situated on a beautiful stretch of beach that was uncrowded and very clean. The water in the Atlantic was clear and warm and the weather was fantastic. Our room was an efficiency with small kitchenette (micro, fridge, stove & sink). It also had a dining table, two double beds and bath. The room was clean and quiet as all doors open to an outside walkway. We also had a small balcony from which we could watch the sun come up each morning. There is a continental breakfast (donuts and juice) available in the snack bar on the pool level. There are two large pools (one which is non-smoking), a hot tub, kiddie pool and plenty of lounge chairs on the deck. The pools were clean and a perfect temperature in which to relax.
Overpriced Palm Plaza
The room was ok, the pool was very nice, the employees were friendly, but $140.00 was too much to stay here, next time I'm going back to the
Royal Holiday Beach Motel where the rooms are less expensive and much nicer!
If you are looking for nice quiet place go to this hotel.We 've spent 4 days here in December .What a great view!!The room was very clean every day.The price was fair,we paid $75.If you want a fancy hotel this is not what you are looking for.We asked for a smoking room, found no smell at all.You can relax and enjoy the view!
The Palm Plaza would be just an average hotel anywhere else. What makes it great are the private balconies with a marvelous view of the ocean and up and down the beach. It felt like pure luxury to walk across the pool deck and down onto the beach. I could just feel the stress leaving my body!
We stayed one night at the Palm Plaza on our way to Cape Canaveral. We had picked up one of those tourist books at a rest stop when we got into Florida and saw the hotel in there with a good rate. We ended up paying $92.25 total. I felt it was a fair price for the hotel. We were, of course, there in off season. The hotel is old like many of the properties on Daytona Beach Shores. They stated the rooms had been refurbished after the hurricanes. The room was very clean. It also had a full size refridgerator, cook top, microwave and table and chairs. This would be very nice if you were vacationing for several days. You could see some age on the bathroom mirror. It had a foggy look around the edges. We were on the 10th floor and the view was incredible. The marine layer was extremely thick when we got up, so we didn't get to enjoy it much as we had to get on the road. It also had two pools. The front desk staff did not seem especially friendly, but I had to retrieve my pillow after checkout and the housekeeper and maintenance man were very friendly and helpful.
I was rather disappointed with this hotel given the room rate. The view was the best part of my stay at this hotel.
Great Place to Stay
Staff was very helpful. Room was very clean. The resort is easy to get to. We will surely stay here again the next time we vacation in the Daytona Beach area.
Really good overall!!!
We stayed here for 7 nights from July 26-Aug.1,2004, Me and my wife and 2 kids,8 and 4 we had a very good time here.The only real drawback is the price @200.00 a night was kinda steep for the room maybe 120 would have been more reasonable.The resort is nice showing a little age but well maintained.The beach great my third favorite behind 1-Hawaii2-Cancun MX.far nicer than myrtle beach.Daytona usa a must for any racefan and big Earnhardt fans!bottom line nice clean safe stay no real problemsjust a little pricey in comparison to the other hotel specials.
Best Hotel In Daytona Beach!!
Very clean hotel with a great view. Hotel staff is very friendly and provides outstanding service. We were extremely pleased with our stay!