Hilton Daytona Beach

Florida’s Daytona Beach is probably best known as a mecca for motorsports and the Daytona 500. The area does, however, offer a lot more than speedways.

hilton daytona beach

Hilton Daytona Beach

Hilton Daytona Beach has been busy this past year, adding a new kids’ area, where little ones can choose from such perks as swimming pools, a volleyball court, fitness center, arts and crafts areas and video games. For adults, it’s added a spa and restaurant, Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse, to its list of amenities. To celebrate these new additions, the property is offering several budget-friendly packages for clients who are planning a trip to the area later this summer.

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A top floor at the Hilton Daytona Beach has a balcony overlooking the ocean

Nice picks for families are the Atlantic Queen suites, which are two-room suites, overlooking the Atlantic. The bedroom is separated from the living area by French doors with two queen-size beds. The Cabana suites, also two-room suites, have direct walk-out access to the beach.

All suites feature two 27-inch TVs, a Hilton Alarm Clock Radio with MP3 connection, a chair and an ottoman, a work desk, two-line phones with voicemail, a coffeemaker, an iron, ironing board, a hair dryer and a sofa bed, as well as items from the Hilton Serenity Collection. The Serenity Bed includes an exclusive Suite Dreams mattress and box springs, Super Topper mattress pad, down-filled comforters, Touch of Down pillows, 250 thread-count sheets and duvet cover, along with custom decorative bolster pillows. The Serenity Bath features Crabtree & Evelyn’s La Source bath amenities.

Spa Pampering
For those clients who have truly dreamed of spending all day at the spa, The [email protected] Hilton offers The Deluxe Spa Package. Priced at $404 per person, spa goers can enjoy one-night deluxe accommodations, a variety of treatments, a catered lunch at the Spa and a late checkout. If you have clients who have a jam-packed day ahead, but still want to sneak in a little tranquil downtime, the resort’s Spa Package is $224 per person and includes overnight accommodations and one treatment from an enticing list. Both packages are valid through December 30.

D-dawg's kidzone

D-Dawg's KidsZone has plenty to keep the little ones occupied

For the Family
Through September 1, clients can partake in the Summer Family Fun Pak. Priced at $165 per night, the deal includes a check-in area for the kids; a gift bag  with beach items; discounts to the Ocean Walk Shoppes & Movies and Daytona Lagoon; cookies and milk on arrival night; a free breakfast buffet for kids (ages 10 and under) at Doc Bales’ Grill; and one complimentary activity in the new D-Dawg’s Kidszone. There is also a Friday night welcome reception with popcorn and soda and a family movie at D-Dawg’s, and the Hilton Lights Up Daytona fireworks display on Saturdays.

Parents may opt for the Parents’ Night Out package, which includes overnight accommodations, dinner and a movie for kids and supervised games at D-Dawg’s. Rates start at $185 for a family of four. Travel agents can contact Revenue Manager Liliana O’Brien (386-254-8200).

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