Hampton Inn Daytona Beach/Beachfront Review

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1024 North Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach FL 32118
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Editor’s Review of Hampton Inn Daytona Beach/Beachfront

Pleasantly removed from the raucous biker, spring break and perpetual party scene of Daytona Beach, this clean, modern and particularly friendly Hampton Inn in Daytona Beach/Beachfront (five miles south of Daytona's Main Street) checks all the boxes for a wholesome, affordable family vacation on the beach.

Renovated in early 2014, the hotel has 110 rooms, many of which have full ocean views and balconies from which to soak in the scenery. Mini-fridges and microwaves are standard in every room, making it easy to "cook" simple meals. And the Hampton Inn's free, daily hot breakfast lets you get fortified early and with zero hassle for a great start to a Florida beach day. The beach is really the main draw here -- some 23 miles of
... more wide, flat sand front the beautiful Atlantic Ocean in Daytona Beach, and the hotel's slice of it all is a serene spot where you'll hardly have to battle crowds to find a nice place to spread out for the day with your gang. The hotel's pool, while small, is located directly on the oceanfront, too. And the pool deck has a nice glass wall as a barrier (instead of the usual metal fence) so even when you're lounging poolside, you still feel fully at the beach.

The Daytona Beach area is packed with activities for families, with everything from river cruising in the Intracoastal Waterway, visits to the Ponce de Leon Lighthouse (Florida's tallest!) and mini golf nearby to forays farther afield, such as visits to the theme parks in Orlando (an hour away) or day trips to Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Center. For a family beach vacation that's affordable, fun, and comfortable, this hotel is likely to keep you coming back.
Our Editor Loves
  • Oceanfront location
  • Free hot breakfast
  • Renovated in 2014
Family Interests
  • Beach
  • Bicycling
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Theme Parks
  • Water Sports
  • Sailing
  • Horseback Riding
  • Water Parks
Family Amenities
  • Cribs
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Game Room
  • Kids' Pool
  • Kids'/Theme Meals
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry Service
  • Onsite Dining
  • Refrigerator
  • Pool
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The Hampton Inn's 110 rooms were renovated in March 2014, and the contemporary look is conveyed through starch-white beds with crisp linens, simple wood furnishings, carpeted floors and tile bathrooms with shower-in-tub configurations (including those shower curtains that curve outward to give you maximum space for bathing a crowd). All rooms have the crucial appliances families love -- we're talking about microwaves and empty mini-fridges ready to be stocked with your favorite snacks and juice boxes. DVD players are not available, but there are hookups if you've brought your own DVD players or gaming devices. Coffee makers and safes are also standard in all rooms.

As far as views, this is where you'll want to be specific when booking, depending on your desires. The oceanfront and sideview rooms all give you views of the Atlantic, and most have balconies, too. The city view rooms overlook the constant stream of cars along A1A and surrounding neighborhoods and aren't nearly as scenic (it's worth the few extra dollars to be on the ocean side, if you can swing it).

Rooms with king beds have an ottoman chair for lounging and room for a rollaway ($10 extra per day) and are ideal for a family of three, and you can opt for oceanfront or city view king rooms. The same goes for rooms with two queen beds -- your choice of cityview, oceanfront with or without a balcony, and with room for a rollaway bed, too.

The hotel has a limited number of rooms that can be connected, all of which are oceanfront, but it is impossible to confirm availability in advance. If you're traveling with a group, however, you can request rooms on the same floor. Balconies are on the small side but roomy enough, with a small table and Adirondack-style chairs for soaking up the views. There are small tables in the rooms, too, with two chairs for sitting for a meal. High chairs and cribs can be requested in the rooms, free of charge. Accessible rooms with bathtubs and roll-in showers are also available on request. Free wireless Internet is available in all of the rooms and throughout the hotel's public areas.

Important Note: Rooms near the elevators are subject to noise.


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