Grand Seas Resort
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Historical Traveler Reviews Grand Seas Resort Daytona Beach
2 star location
broken tub and shower, no dail tone on phone,room needed to be updated
Best Vacation Ever!
Roll open the window at night and listen to the surf. By day watch the dolphins swim past. 3 pools, 3 hot tubs, fabulous sand, terrific staff, and clean fresh units. I love Daytona in the summer -- it's warm and beautiful but not oppressive like Orlando. Grand Seas is the best of Daytona Beach!
Love Grand Seas
My husband & I have been owners for about 4 years now. We have stayed only at the Grand Seas. We always bring my sister & brother-in-law with us and upgrade to a 2 bedroom condo. Yes we have had a few problems in the past, but Herb Thompson couldn't have been more helpful. He always sees to it that whatever was wrong it was taken care of. Pleople must understand that taking care of a huge place like the Grand Seas has to be an enormous job. Before buying at Grand Seas, we stayed in some bad places, because we couldn't afford anything else. Grand Seas makes us feel very proud. We've never been treated rudely. I would recommend the Grand Seas to anyone.
Don't Stay Here!
This is the worst place I have ever stayed. It claims to be a 5 star resort! Please...our children's feet were nasty from the carpet, theroon smelled musty, ice maker didn't work, very noisy traffic area and NO place to park. The office staff was very rude if you had a problem. This place is more worried about selling its time-share than it is pleasing the guests.
Bad place to sleep
don't count on sleeping, stop light in front of building with cars and trucks taking off all night with loud pipes.
Can't sleep here
traffic from street to loud, room was'nt clean,hot tub in room not working.
Naked guy running down hall
do'nt stay there with your kids, to much sexy things going on. front office calls at 8AM to wake you wiyh daily events.
Miss Leading! - Grand Seas Resort
I am a deeded owner at the Grand Seas and I had upgraded from a 1 bedroom suite to a 2 bedroom suite last year for my next visit. Well now I have arrived to my newly upgraded suite.....nothing is what the Grand Seas showed me during the sales meeting. The floor plan doesnt match the model that was presented to me, no ocean view as was promised, and I'm in a corner of the building that borders the main noisy road (A1A).
The paradaise vacation
We go every year,on vacation,with my family, if you think going on vacation go to Grand seas resort ,on Daytona beach, on Oqean,the best vacation,we aver been
Best on Daytona Beach!
Daytona is a very clean wide beach with some really exciting special celebrations such as Bike Week, Spring Break and of course race week. The inbetween times are much quieter family celebration times. We were there late in August when the evenings were starting to cool and walks on the beach were sheer delight. The Grand Seas Resort is one more total delight. It has large, clean beautifully decorated rooms with wonderful ocean view windows. My husband and I couldn't get over how clean and well maintained the property is kept. Our only inconvenience was a shortage of parking close to the rooms. We had to park a block away in a spacious overflow lot. This Resort is definitely a "5"! Don't miss it.
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Today the car didn't leave the hotel parking lot! We found a nice hotel - The Southernmost Hotel - located at the end of Duvall and South Street. We decided to walk the 1.8 miles through town to get to the marina where the Yankee Freedom was waiting to take us the 70 miles to the most isolated National Park - Fort Jefferson within the Dry Tortugas NP. The boat ride was a little rough, but the $1 Dramamine they sold before the rise made it almost pleasant. ...
... to get better acquainted. By 9:00 we were feeling tired so we headed for home. I do have writing to do, you know.
As we were heading home we noticed that the streets were quite wet. I guess it rained a little harder here than the light sprinkle we got while in Daytona Beach. When we got back to the RV park it was obvious we got a pretty good soaking.
So that was our day. More tomorrow, I’m sure. Until then, I bid you all a fine ...
... back to the hotel, so we ordered drinks and sat out by the pool. We hadn't been there that long but could see thick black clouds starting to roll in from the sea in our direction. We moved to the covered area just as the rain started. Some woman was telling us about a white sports car stuck in the sand. But it wasn't the only car having trouble. There was a cv type with a couple frantically digging at the tyres. The sea was coming in close, this car was in more danger ...