Daytona Beach is our starting point of every Florida vacation not only because it is the first place our children ever danced in the Atlantic Ocean but because it is called America’s Original Beach boasting 23 miles of hard white sand beach that are breathtaking.
Hyatt Place Daytona Beach Oceanfront
Daytona Beach has over 200 properties to choose from, and the Hyatt Place knocks many of our musts haves off our list.
Including spacious oceanview rooms looking over the Atlantic Ocean that can comfortably sleep 5-6 people between the two Hyatt Grand Beds and by using the Cozy Corner with includes a sofa bed. Waking up to the sound of the ocean and breathtaking sunrise is a blessing.
Another must have we look for when travelling is complimentary breakfast. The Hyatt Place includes the a.m. Kitchen Skillet breakfast that is served daily, featuring hot breakfast items, fresh fruit, and more. The chef happily worked with my dietary needs making me an egg/ dairy-free breakfast sandwich.
The staff was helpful along the way to answer any question we had, and they even shared some of the local hot spots to eat in Daytona, which we will be sharing in an upcoming post about good eats in Florida.
Hyatt Place also has a beautiful pool and hot tub to enjoy after a long day of strolling or driving Americas oldest beach.
Here is a video review of our oceanfront room at Hyatt Place Daytona Beach.
When you’re not driving the beach, swimming in the pool or eating your way around Daytona Beach, I highly suggest you rent a Cabana or dig your feet in the sand and explore the ocean with the kids.
You’ll never run out of things to do on your next family vacation in Daytona Beach, between land and water you will be able to keep the kids busy. Our children were the happiness just dancing in the water and exploring the nature around them. Although the water level at the shore is very flat, the tide can be strong for younger kids. I do suggest you stay close to your children and wear the proper life devices depending on their swimming levels.
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Thank you Daytona Beach for your hospitality during our stay.