The Most Budget-Friendly Hotels in Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach offers sea and sun seekers hotels at great prices | © felix mizioznikov / Alamy Stock Photo
Check out our selection of cheap hotels in Daytona Beach and save your money for the theme parks, the nightlife and everything else Florida has to offer.
Florida is a dream vacation destination. The beaches, the theme parks, the nightlife… are you thinking what we’re thinking? It all adds up. But while the Sunshine State may part you and your money in many ways, where you stay doesn’t have to be one of them. Hang out near the best Central Florida attractions without breaking the bank at these cheap hotels in Daytona Beach.
The Shores Resort & Spa
4.1/5 (1249 Reviews)
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The words “resort and spa” aren’t normally associated with “cheap”, but the Shores begs to differ. It’s no surprise that this beachfront resort has picked up an award or two. It proves that upscale digs in Daytona Beach don’t need to be stuffy at all. Add lotion for sunny fun on the beach – try cruising the sands in a Jeep Wrangler or finally learning to surf. Free yoga sessions on the terrace will stretch you, not your budget — and with the money you saved on your sunset view suite, you should at least pamper yourself with a massage (or two) at the spa.
Daytona Beach Resort & Conference Center
3.9/5 (2649 Reviews)
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Looking to keep that expense report low on your business trip? Daytona Beach Resort & Conference Center will help you remain comfortably in the black. For a start you can save by cooking in your suite’s full kitchen, with perhaps a night eating out. What you should spend is time catching rays at the three pools. And once in a while stick that out-of-office message on and switch off on the beach. The minute you land that mammoth account, we’re sure your bosses won’t mind if you put celebratory mai tais from the Tiki Bar on your bill.
4.5/5 (1217 Reviews)
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At Bahama House, cheap does not mean skimping on authentic experiences. You won’t pay a penny in resort fees to soak in the hot tub, get a nice glow on the oceanfront pool deck, or sip complimentary cocktails and cookies during happy hour. Parking or charging your electric vehicle? Absolutely no charge; likewise beach towels, that waistband-expanding continental breakfast, and personalized service that’ll make you feel like a local. The Daytona Beach lifestyle may feel lavish, but your wallet won’t feel a thing.
Hotel, Budget Hotel
4.6/5 (1052 Reviews)
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Memories are priceless which is why Nautilus Inn doesn’t place a premium on having a classic A1A vacation, three minutes from the best that Daytona Beach has to offer. You can move from the pool to the Daytona Beach Boardwalk & Pier, Daytona International Speedway, or Ocean Walk Village in a flash. Just grab a little breakfast from the Sun Dollar Room or at very least a cup of coffee from your suite before you head out. You’re going to need all of the energy you can muster for this affordable beach vacation.
Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach
4.5/5 (1887 Reviews)
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The good news is that you can affordably vacation like a rockstar at Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach. The bad news? You’ll need to pay for the damage if you throw your TV from the window into the pool. Keep costs low by behaving more like Clapton than Crue, especially indulging in complimentary Rock Om yoga classes. Need more for your rock and roll fantasy? Your stay includes such perks as a record player and vinyls – even a Fender guitar – for your room. Just don’t get too carried away with your Iggy and the Stooges impressions.
The Villa Inn Bed & Breakfast
Bed and Breakfast, Inn, Guesthouse
2.3/5 (6 Reviews)
A royal experience at paupers’ prices: that’s the Villa Inn Bed & Breakfast, a historic Spanish-influenced mansion complete with a fireplace. Book the King Carlos suite for full-on luxury — it’s got a rooftop deck with a hot tub. Or consider the Queen Isabella room: it’s the regal deal, complete with a crown hanging above the bed. Our favorite is the Marco Polo room with its Chinese black-lacquer furniture. From here chart a course for the tropical gardens around the estate where you’ll discover a hot tub spa and heated pool.
4.1/5 (218 Reviews)
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Family-run with exquisite care by John and Cindy Kinberger, with their daughter Jody, Dream Inn is, simply put, oceanview-everything. From your suite to the swimming pool, the waves are never out of sight. Oceanfront rooms mean a front row seat for the celebrated sunrises over the Atlantic. The ocean view king room overlooks the landscaped courtyard and ocean from its large balcony. But you really want to be down on the splendid Daytona sands as often as you can, surfing, sailing, biking, swimming or diving.
Hawaiian Inn 238
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Your whole family can hang-ten at Hawaiian Inn 238 on Daytona Beach. Without setting foot beyond the resort, you can sign up for family-friendly shuffleboard courts, a nine-hole mini golf course, and not one, not two, but three pools to make a communal splash in. With the sea breeze in your hair, you’ll feel like you’re in Hawaii as you order yourselves more mojitos at the Tiki Pool Bar – especially when there’s a luau on the Inn’s entertainment cards.
The Foxtail Estate
Bed and Breakfast, Inn, Guesthouse
4.7/5 (3 Reviews)
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Fancy a little Old Florida charm for your Daytona Beach vacation? Book a stay at the Foxtail Estate in the historic district. Born as a general store back in the 1870s, it’s now a B&B with lashings of romance factor for couples after some magic in their retreat. The ambience is lovely, with original furnishings retained wherever possible: notice the original light fixtures in the Thompson Honeymoon Suite and the black floors of the Robinson Room. It’s a popular wedding venue, unsurprisingly, so one way or another you’ll probably be back.
These recommendations were updated on December 31, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.