Emerald Shores Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

2613 South Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, Florida, 32127, United States
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Bike Week

by Harleybikers

My partner and I are both interested in the Bike week in Daytona we live in the UK and have been looking at the prices of hotels etc and the prices are so much more expensive then.Can anyone suggest accomdation for this week baring in mind we will have know transport.Are there chat rooms we can chat to other bikers in Daytona?Thank you looking forwards to your reply's

RE: Bike Week

by Tinadostie

I've done this 3 times now it's kicking me off, been writting too much. Anyway, I'm from Jacksonville,Florida, we are one and a half hours north of Daytona Beach. Try www.aaa.com www.bestwestern.com and www.holidayinn.com and www.holidayinnexpress.com www.redroofinn.com, www.comfortinn.com www.howardjohnsons.com. Some of those should help. And try on the web also The Daytona Beach Visitors and Convention Bureau, and Chamber of Commerce. Hope it helps. I'm an intern in London. Cheers.

RE: RE: Bike Week

by sarahjayn

Yeah, it is expensive then. You might want to see if you can find a private room to rent in someone's house. Or maybe get with some other bikers to split the cost. Sorry I can't be more help, these are just some solutions I've seen.

RE: Bike Week

by JOJOZ112

I live in Daytona, and I work at one of the major hotels in the area. I can tell you that the hotels are always going to be expensive during this event and most hotels haev minimum night stays as well. You would think that the farther you go from Daytona, the cheaper the rooms get. Not true, maybe a few dollars less, but not much. Your best bet, if you can, is rent a camper or rv, lots of people have turned to this form of lodging because it's so much more inexpensive than staying at a hotel. Or you can get a hotel with a few other people. Most hotel will give you 1 or 2 extra cots from $10-$15 more per night, but this is the best way to save on money.
If you like crowds and noise, stay on the beach. If you would rather rest after a long day, stay inland. There are lots of buses and cabs that you can take. Bus fare here is only a dollar and change. A cab to the beach will cost you about $15-$20. (They also spike the rates, so be careful) Or you can rent some scooters! Now, you have to be careful. There 18 motorcycle deaths last year, so if you do rent a scooter or motorcycle, wear your helmet. It's not a law here, but it's better to be safe than sorry, especilly when there is so much cars and people. I hope I helped in some way! Good luck with your trip!

RE: Bike Week

by greatglide

Go through these and see if you find anything within your price range. http://www.myresortnetwork.com/search-vacation-rentals/Search_result.asp

Travel Tips for Daytona Beach

bike week

by doug48

daytona beach has a number of events through out the year. one of the most attended events is bike week in march and biketoberfest in october. motorcyclists from all over the country come to daytona beach for these events. see the attached website for more information. for those visiting daytona beach for a quiet relaxing vacation these two events should be avoided as well as spring break, black college reunion and speed weeks.

Fillet-O-Fish is Daytona's Best Dish

by Grundlestiltzkin about McDonald's

Although the famed arches are not truly made of gold, you will feel like you struck gold when you set foot inside this beacon of hope for seafood lovers. The windows are large, letting in plenty of light, which allows you to take in all of the visual splendor that this establishment offers. From the brown/orange tiles that hide dirt like a teenage boy hides his pornos from his mother to the sophisticated block lettering on the menu board behind the particle board counter, this establishment spoils your eyes and your soul. The menu comes alive with spectacular backlighting, and the vast selection of different delights suggests that the culinary genius behind them barely has time to cook between his worldly excursions to discover new foods to which to add the “Mc” moniker. This international seal of tasty goodness has been applied to some of the best foods in the world, from the McSalad-Shaker to the McGriddle. In short, this place blows the McDoors off of Long John Silvers, and wipes the McFloor with Captain D’s. If you are looking for great seafood and a whole lot more, this is the place. At only 20.5 grams of fat, you'll be glad you can eat almost four of these delectable gems before going into anaphylactic shock. That’s right, I’m talking about the Filet-O-Fish. Only the freshest of frozen “white fish” makes it into these perfect patties, crusted with the perfect amount of batter and fried to a perfect golden-brown. It’s no wonder I’ve never heard of white fish, because if McDonald’s let the whereabouts of these heavenly creatures get discovered, Filet-heads everywhere would certainly fish them out of existence. I often dream of sitting on the back of my boat with some kind of deep-frying gun and zapping the fish in mid-air as the jump straight from the ocean into my eager mouth, one after one until my stretch marks have stretch marks. Even the local fisherman forgo their day’s catch to partake of this, one of God’s greatest works. So, while your in the “Sport Fishing Capital of the World” – Florida – leave the fishing for just that . . . sport. The good eating fish is right down the street at the Golden Arches.

daytona beach pier

by doug48

the historic daytona beach pier is located on the east end of main street in central daytona beach. the pier offers fishing, a restaurant, bar, and a beautiful view of the atlantic ocean and daytona beach. note: as of jan 2011 the pier is currently under revovation and is closed. there are plans to reopen the pier in the near future.

Daytona Beach

by JOJOZ112

"Living in Daytona"

Well, Daytona is defenitely different than New York! Generally, the people are friendly, the drivers are less aggressive, but the pizza sucks! But, I do enjoy living here, Im near the beach, close to the speedway, Orlando, and the airports. There literally is always something to do. My fiance and I try and do lots of things on the weekend. We walk on the beach at night, go to the boardwalk, or just swim in the ocean. You can go parasailing, rent a scooter (see my pics!), they have great little beachside bars with live bands. You can take a tour of the Speedway, even drive a race car! There are lots of schools in the area, so there are lots of students here! Spring Break and Bike Week are fun events here in Daytona. For great clubs, we go to Orlando at Universal Studios City Walk. It's a mini theme park of clubs, restaurants, and bars. Lots of fun going with a group, or just as a couple! So, there are lots to do here in Daytona! If you are visiting, let me know, we would love to meet you!

"Debary, Florida"

Just 30 minutes from Daytona, it's a small little town. We have family that lives there, so we visit quite often. It's a residential community, many senior citizens. Lots of stores, just like any other town. There is a beautiful park run by the town of Debary. There are many natural springs that come from the ground, and there's a resevoir where salt meets fresh water. There have also been alligator spottings there as well, and peacocks roam freely. There is a childrens playground and a dog park as well. It's a beatiful park to go to for a picnic. They patrol regularly for alligators though, so no worries!

"Flora of Florida"

Here is a beautiful pic of a vine flower growing from a tree. No idea what the flower is called, but there are beautiful wild flowers like these growing all over Florida.

kkim3969's new Daytona Beach Page

by kkim3969

We just traveled 26 hours to get to Daytona Beach, Florida. We all had so much fun. This is my mom. My mom, Amy, Aviroanna, Amanda, David, Kyle and I suggest that you walk the beach. It is so relaxing. the water rushing up the sandy beach is such a great release of all stress.


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 Emerald Shores Hotel

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Address: 2613 South Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, Florida, 32127, United States