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Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Everything was exceptional beside sat when we got there wanted to have couple of drinks and the bar back up kept saying im not the bartender and the two bartenders were taking forever to serve drinks top notch bar deserves good bartender back there

Entering the facility everything looks very nice. Staff is friendly. Several restaurants but expensive. Got to the room and we have stayed in cheap hotels with nicer rooms and these rooms over $200 a night were not nice like you'd expect. THEN they charged us $15 per night just to park! Can't say I was impressed at all. Had this hotel been as beautiful and what you would expect as a Hilton I would have rated higher but the rooms were just a real disappointment.

close to the beach but the rooms were not all that special. the outer appearance and restaurants were nice looking but the rooms were 3/5

Had room with a view of ocean. Received free upgrade from deluxe room with view of city. I really shouldn't complain, but noticed how dirty the windows were. Definitely could've used a nice squeegee over the windows. Overall very nice experience.

Hotel is in the best location in Daytona. It is very dated and in rough shape. A resort fee is charged, but no resort amenities are provided - no beach towels or chairs.

Very nice weekend at oceanfront recomended to have a nice stay on vacation

I didn't get the room that I reserved due to over booking, but the hotel did everything they could to make things right. The bartender, Edwin, was awesome and the Director rounded on guests frequently which was very nice. The hotel is in a prime location, there was no need to move the car throughout our stay. There are daily fees that can add up, bit the hotel is so accommodating that we didn't mind.

Most room have no view of the ocean. The ones that do has no balcony.

Nice hotel, but people sleep on the boardwalk. And this hotel is on the boardwalk.

Parking was across the street from the south tower but was given a room in the North tower which is under construction registration desk and pools closed on the North side as well. Hilton also doesn't like to recognize honors program if you don't book direct so they are less friendly

staff was upset that we book thu a thard party would not give a itinerary of my stay

Hotel room in disrepair, walls are thin and can clearly hear conversations in next room. Room entry door had large visible gap. Located close to X rated Pole Dancers which is OK but not when touted as Family Friendly.

No pool. Not good service due to construction Old place

Hotel was under construction and was not told about it during booking. Overpriced and out dated.

Arrived to find no self parking. $24 a day valet parking fee or they said I could self park 2 blocks down the street for $17 per day! They charged a "hotel amenities fee" of $15 + tax per day for "free Wi-Fi and pool, gym etc." Except pools were closed and so was the gym. Local phone calls charge by the minute! They advertise room rate at $115 per night but it ended up charging $175. The tub was cracked and room had missing baseboard, peeling dresser and broken light in bathroom. The bed was so hard I had to keep turning because sections of my body kept going numb! The white sheets were nice, and so were the large bath towels.

The hotel staff was very nice. The beds are very uncomfortable. No fridge, no microwaves. We were very disappointed that the fitness room and pool were closed do to hurricane Matthew yet. . . and we were still charged the "resort fees"!?

Clean and quiet room with a great view of the city but I guess they discourage eating or drinking in the room because there's no fridge or microwave. Also they have Pepsi not Coke.. ugh. My biggest problem with the hotel are all the fees. $15 additional nightly fee. I'm not sure for what. I think they said something about wifi but that's supposedly free. Then you have to pay $15 a day to park your car a block down the road or $22 for valet. It's inconvenient and expensive.

Very quiet, clean hotel in the heart of Daytona Beach. Only thing I did not like is having to pay $15 a day to park my car a block down the street. At the very least, it should be free for the inconvenience.

The hotel was great. The $15 charge per room per day is a scam. I purchased because I thought the price was $75 per night. I was billed $75 per night. Upon check out the hotel adds $15 per night for stuff that is included in most hotel reservations. When you add self parking for $15 per day and the $15 fee that's $30 more per night than you expect! I would have picked another hotel for $105 per night! Like I said a Hilton scam!!

The check-in process went smoothly, although the desk agent was not very friendly. The room was spacious and clean, except for the garbage can in the bathroom had not been emptied. The toilet seat was so old that it was completely yellow and the glazed surface was all cracked. There were only three towels for four guests. And the toilet needed ten minutes to refill between flushes. When I gave all of this information politely to the front desk crew upon checkout, they barely apologized and frankly had a look on their face like they couldn't care less.

100 N Atlantic Ave Daytona Beach FL

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Boardwalk Amusement Area and Pier and Daytona Lagoon Waterpark
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort places you next to Daytona Lagoon Waterpark and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Boardwalk Amusement Area and Pier. This 744-room, 4-star hotel welcomes business and leisure travelers with 2 outdoor pools, a full-service spa, and 2 restaurants. Near the airport, it's also near Ocean Walk Village and Daytona Beach Golf Club.


Dining

Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Doc Bales Grill, which specializes in seafood. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 11 AM.


Rooms

Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort's 744 air-conditioned rooms provide coffee makers, free local calls, and laptop-compatible safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and 37-inch LED TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and pillowtop beds with premium bedding ensure a restful night. Ironing boards and desks are also standard.


Property features

Guests of Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort have access to a full-service spa, 2 outdoor pools, and an indoor pool. Valet parking is offered for USD 22.00 per day. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a 24-hour fitness center, a spa tub, and free WiFi in public areas.

Room options

Room, 2 Queen Beds, Oceanfront

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Room, 1 King Bed (Sunset View)

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Room, 1 King Bed, Oceanfront

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Junior Suite, 1 King Bed, Oceanfront

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort

Everyone (30) Business (12) Couples (59) Family (42) Friends (17) Other (14)
4

good experience as always besides the bar downstai

Everyone

Everything was exceptional beside sat when we got there wanted to have couple of drinks and the bar back up kept saying im not the bartender and the two bartenders were taking forever to serve drinks top notch bar deserves good bartender back there

By , from tampa on Nov 20, 2017

3

pictures are deceiving

Everyone

Entering the facility everything looks very nice. Staff is friendly. Several restaurants but expensive. Got to the room and we have stayed in cheap hotels with nicer rooms and these rooms over $200 a night were not nice like you'd expect. THEN they charged us $15 per night just to park! Can't say I was impressed at all. Had this hotel been as beautiful and what you would expect as a Hilton I would have rated higher but the rooms were just a real disappointment.

By , from Lakeland, FL on Oct 23, 2017

3
Everyone

close to the beach but the rooms were not all that special. the outer appearance and restaurants were nice looking but the rooms were 3/5

By on Sep 1, 2017

4

very nice hotel

Everyone

Had room with a view of ocean. Received free upgrade from deluxe room with view of city. I really shouldn't complain, but noticed how dirty the windows were. Definitely could've used a nice squeegee over the windows. Overall very nice experience.

By , from Orlando, FL on Jul 7, 2017

3

past it's prime

Everyone

Hotel is in the best location in Daytona. It is very dated and in rough shape. A resort fee is charged, but no resort amenities are provided - no beach towels or chairs.

By , from Minnesota on Jun 28, 2017

5

we loved be in a room with a beautiful view

Everyone

Very nice weekend at oceanfront recomended to have a nice stay on vacation

By on Jun 5, 2017

5

oveeall an excellent vacation

Everyone

I didn't get the room that I reserved due to over booking, but the hotel did everything they could to make things right. The bartender, Edwin, was awesome and the Director rounded on guests frequently which was very nice. The hotel is in a prime location, there was no need to move the car throughout our stay. There are daily fees that can add up, bit the hotel is so accommodating that we didn't mind.

By on May 30, 2017

3

oceanview is just a name

Everyone

Most room have no view of the ocean. The ones that do has no balcony.

By on Apr 27, 2017

3

on the boardwalk

Everyone

Nice hotel, but people sleep on the boardwalk. And this hotel is on the boardwalk.

By , from florida on Apr 6, 2017

3

under construction

Everyone

Parking was across the street from the south tower but was given a room in the North tower which is under construction registration desk and pools closed on the North side as well. Hilton also doesn't like to recognize honors program if you don't book direct so they are less friendly

By , from NC on Apr 5, 2017