Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Daytona Beach area.
Named for its real estate mogul founder Mathias Day, Daytona Beach was the former choice of winter residence for John D.
Rockefeller, and still attracts wealthy tourists and snowbirds to its golf courses and 23 miles of shore. At the turn
of the last century, the beaches of densely-packed sand were a popular place to race cars. As the population increased, and
the town became more family oriented, this natural raceway was relegated to a small area of beach where you can still drive
a few yards on the sand, but not race, and it is frequently closed to traffic. Daytona Beach continues its tradition of car
racing now at the Daytona International Speedway, and is the home of the National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing. The
hotels along the beach provide the most breathtaking and unobstructed view of the Atlantic Ocean in Florida.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Daytona Beach area by selecting one of the options shown below. If you are interested in visiting Florida beaches after your visit to Daytona Beach, you may wish to have a look at Orlando Lodging, Florida's Space Coast Lodging and Florida's Treasure Coast Lodging.
|·||Daytona Beach||·||Daytona Beach Shores|
|The greatest concentration of lodging options directly on the beach are on a narrow island across the intracoastal waterway.||
Numerous lodging options are located on the ocean in the southern part of the Daytona Beach area.
|·||New Smyrna Beach||·||Ormond Beach|
|Lodging in New Smyrna Beach are located about 13 miles south of Daytona Beach.||Lodging options in Ormond Beach are located just to the north of Daytona Beach.|
|·||Speedway - Daytona Beach Airport||·||Surrounding Communities|
|Lodging located near the speedway and the Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB).||Lodging options in communities surrounding Daytona Beach, including Deland and Orange City.|
Area Facts: The tides and minimal slope along Daytona Beach nearest the ocean create a surface hard enough for cars to drive and park upon 16 of its 23 miles. The local area code for Daytona Beach is 386.
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