Oceanfront Hotel in Daytona Beach

Oceanfront Hotel in Daytona Beach
Oceanfront Hotel in Daytona Beach
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$95.16 38% $36.16

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The Fine Print

Stay at El Caribe Resort & Conference Center in Daytona Beach FL. Dates into January 2018.


  • Hotel at a Glance: El Caribe Resort & Conference Center

    Just steps from this hotel’s sun-soaked lawn, ocean waves wash over Daytona Beach’s soft white sand. Go for a swim, or simply enjoy the view while you lounge by one of two outdoor pools. Choose an oceanfront room and you can wake up to this beachy scenery.

    • Start the day right with free continental breakfast that includes coffee, juice, cereal, yogurt, donuts, bagels, and pastries.
    • In-room amenities vary; some have microwaves and mini fridges, and some have full kitchens and private balconies.
    • Get sporty: Play basketball or head to the shore for volleyball.
    • Have a cookout by the beach using the hotel’s grills.

    Daytona Beach, Florida: Racing Legacy and a Famed Lighthouse

    At the turn of the 20th century, motorists began racing on the packed sand of Daytona Beach out of practicality: the beach had a wide, unobstructed stretch and a smooth surface ideal for high-speed sprinting. Today, stock-car racing has moved to nearby Daytona International Speedway, but it’s still possible to park your car along the oceanfront here—one of the few beaches in the world where you can do so.

    Hundreds of thousands of racing fans visit Daytona International Speedway each year to watch world-class champions such as Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Gordon. Stock-car, sports-car, and motorcycle events round out the calendar all year, highlighted by the Daytona 500 in February—the first race of the Monster Energy Cup Series and typically regarded as the most prestigious. On various behind-the-scenes tours, you can explore the speedway’s elevated press boxes, banked infield turns, and decadent hot tubs filled with motor oil.

    At Daytona Beach itself, cars toting beach gear roll across the hard-packed sand through oceanfront driving zones; there are also traffic-free areas. South of town, you can see the Ponce de León Inlet Lighthouse. There, a spiral staircase winds up to the top of a 175-foot tower, where you can overlook a 52-acre park filled with armadillos, shore birds, and native wildflowers.

The Company

El Caribe Resort & Conference Center

2125 South Atlantic Avenue