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You don't need to sacrifice key amenities when you're trying to be economical. You can always depend on our discount hotel in Daytona Beach to deliver reasonable rates and full-service amenities like:
  • Free High-Speed Wireless
  • City View
  • 32 inch LCD/Plasma TV
  • Sun Deck
  • Guest Laundry
  • Beach Front
  • Fax/Copy Machine
  • Outdoor Heated Pool
  • Truck Parking
  • Flat panel TV
  • In-Room Showtime
  • Pay-For-View Movies
  • Free Handicap Parking on Premises
  • Exterior Corridors
  • Econo Lodge Oceanfront

    The Econo Lodge Oceanfront hotel in Daytona Beach, Florida is easy to find and easy to book. Near the Jackie Robinson Ballpark, Daytona Lagoon and the Daytona International Speedway.

    Our hotel is an easy stop on the road near such area sites and attractions as:

    Museum of Arts and Sciences
    Ocean Center
    Halifax Historical Museum
    Southeast Museum of Photography

    Daytona Beach hotels are also close to several restaurants, drug stores and major shopping centers, such as the Ocean Walk Shoppes.

    You don't need to sacrifice key amenities when you're trying to be economical. You can always depend on our discount hotel in Daytona Beach to deliver reasonable rates and full-service amenities like:

    • Free High-Speed Wireless
    • City View
    • 32 inch LCD/Plasma TV
    • Clock Radio/AM-FM
    • Iron and Ironing Board
    • Coffeemaker
    • In-Room Showtime
    • Pay-For-View Movies
    • Free Local Calls
    • Flat panel TV
    • Hair Dryer
    • Curved Shower Rod
    • Hand Rails-Bathroom
    • Free Handicap Parking on Premises
    • Free Continental Breakfast
    • Exterior Corridors
    • Guest Laundry
    • Beach Front
    • Guest Use Fax Machine
    • Guest Use Copy Machine
    • Outdoor Heated Pool
    • Truck Parking
    • Sun Deck

    You'll find rooms that are clean and inviting to make your stay more enjoyable and a free continental breakfast every morning to help you get back on the road. When you're ready to settle in for the night, our smoke-free guest rooms feature flat-screen TVs, hair dryers, coffee makers, safes, irons and ironing boards. Long-distance travelers will appreciate our guest laundry services.

    This Econo Lodge hotel cares about the environment and has taken active steps to support green hotel practices.

    You can always depend on our Econo Lodge Oceanfront hotel to give you great value. At Daytona Beach, FL hotels like ours, you get an affordable hotel with all the amenities you expect, whether on business travel, a weekend getaway or vacation. Book today!

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    Econo Lodge Oceanfront

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    Econo Lodge Oceanfront
    1601 S. Atlantic Ave 
    Daytona Beach, Florida 32118

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    Top 10 Reasons to Visit Daytona Beach

    1. World Center of Racing

    There are plenty of things to be proud of and fueling the need for speed is an accomplishment we don't mind bragging about.

    Legends of the sport began racing on our beaches in the early 1900's and they continue racing towards championships today at Daytona International Speedway. This mecca of motorsports is getting even bigger with the Speedway's newest expansion project - Daytona Rising. Race fans will rejoice over the $400 million overhaul creating a world-class facility with premium amenities and unparalleled conveniences and experiences by 2016.

    Visit Website: 1. World Center of Racing

    2. Festival Capital of Florida

    One big thing that makes Daytona Beach stand out is our flair for festivals.

    Daytona Beach takes claim to the title of Festival Capital of Florida for good reason with festivals and events taking place here year round. Fall is our biggest season for festivals kicking off with the Daytona Blues Festival, Biketoberfest, Halifax Art Festival and Turkey Run. Each new year begins with a bang as Speedweeks roll into the Daytona International Speedway in February, followed by the World Famous Bike Week in March and Biketoberfest in October. In the summer, weekly live entertainment fills the historic Daytona Bandshell as their Summer Concert Series entertains with fireworks on Saturday evenings. And celebrating Independence Day is always popular with the fan favorite Coke Zero 400.

    Visit Website: 2. Festival Capital of Florida

    3. Rich History

    Take a walk through history.

    Daytona Beach is full of history, beginning with our native ancestors the Timucuan Indians, Spanish and French settlements, sugar mill plantations and the man who put Florida on the map as a tourist destination, Henry Flagler. Today, you can learn about and even see our humble beginnings in some of our parks, preserves and historic sites. You can tour Rockefeller's Ormond Beach home, The Casements, or visit the ruins of old sugar mill plantations at Bulow Creek State Park, Sugarmill Botanical Gardens, Sugarmill Ruins or DeLeon Springs State Park.

    Visit Website: 3. Rich History

    4. Ponce Inlet

    This southern part of our beach destination is full of activities and dining options for all to enjoy.

    More than just an inlet, this area is home to the tallest lighthouse in Florida, the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse and Museum. Open for tours, the lighthouse also hosts special events throughout the year. While you're here, learn about the wonders of sea life at the Marine Science Center or go for an aquatic adventure with Ponce Inlet Watersports.

    Visit Website: 4. Ponce Inlet

    5. Daytona Beach Boardwalk and Pier

    There's something nostalgic about a boardwalk beach experience.

    The boardwalk and pier is focused on two important parts of every vacation - fun and food. With amusement rides like the Sandblaster Roller Coaster, ferris wheel and go-karts, you are sure to find a little something for everyone. Take snack time to the next level at the Main Street Pier - enjoy lunch with a view from Joe's Crab Shack located towards the end of the pier directly over the Atlantic. Not in the mood for seafood? Don't worry. They have a pizza place, ice-cream shop and a roof top bar called The Roof where you can indulge in tropical drinks and a picture worthy view of Daytona Beach.

    Visit Website: 5. Daytona Beach Boardwalk and Pier

    6. "Original American Beach"

    A beach trip isn't complete without one day or five spent at the beach.

    Choose your place in the sand along 23 miles of beach featuring easy access points for driving on in select areas or parking nearby. And check out the many beachfront splash parks, beach volleyball courses and jungle gyms for fun along the shoreline. Take a drive on the beach or bring a bicycle for a truly enjoyable ride in the sand. Not all of your fun will happen on dry land. There are plenty of adventures to be had in the Atlantic from paddle boarding and surfing to kayaking and parasailing.

    Visit Website: 6. "Original American Beach"

    7. Thrill Rides

    Ready for excitement?

    Visitors can choose from a surprising list of attractions including a high-speed oceanview ride on the Sand Blaster roller coaster at the Daytona Beach Boardwalk and Pier, a race around Daytona International Speedway with the Richard Petty Driving Experience, a zip lining adventure at ZoomAir Adventure Park or an up-close encounter with marine life while paddle boarding in the Halifax River.

    Visit Website: 7. Thrill Rides

    8. Golfing

    The grass is always greener on the golf course.

    Visitors can soften their spikes at several Daytona Beach area courses popular with pros, experienced players and those still learning the basics. Boasting two and four-star courses as rated by Golf Digest, LPGA International leads the pack. Here's hoping the greens are kind.

    Visit Website: 8. Golfing

    9. Scenic Cruising Opportunities

    Cruising is a tradition in Daytona Beach.

    Whether you're cruising down Atlantic Avenue in your vehicle or taking in the sights on your Harley, you're sure to log some miles taking in all that the Daytona Beach area has to offer. Motorcyclists come from all over the world to ride our streets and our most celebrated stretch of road - the Ormond Scenic Loop or as the locals call it, 'The Loop'. At just over 30 miles long, 'The Loop' has the most diverse natural scenery remaining in northeast Florida with unobstructed views of two rivers, creeks, marshes, beach and the pristine hardwood hammock forest that canopies the road.

    Visit Website: 9. Scenic Cruising Opportunities

    10. Spectacular Accommodations

    There are plenty of things to be proud of and fueling the need for speed is an accomplishment we don't mind bragging about.

    Legends of the sport began racing on our beaches in the early 1900's and they continue racing towards championships today at Daytona International Speedway. This mecca of motorsports is getting even bigger with the Speedway's newest expansion project - Daytona Rising. Race fans will rejoice over the $400 million overhaul creating a world-class facility with premium amenities and unparalleled conveniences and experiences by 2016.

    Visit Website: 10. Spectacular Accommodations

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    • Econo Lodge Oceanfront
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    • Econo Lodge Oceanfront
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    • Econo Lodge Oceanfront
    • Econo Lodge Oceanfront