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KamerbeschrijvingenStandard Ocean View
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Ocean Front Guest
Zoals Standard Ocean View, luxer.
Dit resort is gelegen aan het strand in Daytona Beach, op 10 kilometer van het vliegveld.
• 2 Restaurants
• 2 Bars
• Kids Club
De oostkust van Florida kent vele strandbestemmingen; stuk voor stuk met een eigen aantrekkingskracht, hotels in allerlei gradaties, vele restaurants en (exclusieve) winkels.
"Beautiful hotel with excellent service."
The room was everything I expected. The Azure has excellent food and service especially Eckoâ€™s hospitality in the Lounge was superb and a very very pleasant experience!ðŸ‘Œ We will definitely be returning to this gem in the future!
"Daytona's declining gem, though still a 4-star by local standards."
I have stayed at the Shores multiple times, going back to when I first discovered the property in 2008. It's a smaller, boutique hotel that has tried to maintain its class and culture of customer service while everything else around it in Daytona has been in a somewhat slow decline. As a result, keep in mind that this is a 4-star hotel by Daytona standards and were it located in Orlando or Miami, it would likely be a solid 3 stars, mostly due to the aging of the property. Last year the property acquired new Chinese owners, who I understand are quite hands on and visit the property monthly, so with any luck they will give this piece of aged of silver the polish it needs and will commence renos sooner than later. Overall: clean with excellent staff and service. The hotel is located right on the beach and has its own beach access, a couple of pools, an excellent pool-side bar and a couple of fire pits each with 8-10 chairs around it, giving you an excellent opportunity to meet other guests. The hotel provides a complimentary s'mores kits which are great for both kids and adults. The staff, for the most part, are fantastic, knowledgeable and experienced. The rooms are well-appointed, though without any excess, but also worn and 'used'. Some elements are dated, aged and should really be upgraded. For example the furniture, bathroom fixtures, and the ceiling paint, which in some places is peeling. The bad: the $25 / day resort fee; high self-parking fees ($17) vs $25 for vallet, high shop costs on-site ($6 for a latte).
"Would not stay here again"
Not only would I not stay here again, I would not suggest to others that they stay. There were too many problems that seemed systemic and not just due to a bad weekend. I came to this hotel for a ~200 person conference. That weekend there were also two weddings and maybe one other group there. Still, not exactly a massive undertaking. And yet the hotel was not at all prepared for the number of people staying and the fact that we might want things like food. Every evening we put out the card for (or called down to schedule) breakfast. Every single morning it was late. By at least 30 minutes. Again, we ordered the night before, it should not have been hard to get our breakfast to us in time. The kitchen was apparently understaffed and, as the weekend went on the restaurant wait staff seemed so as well. Early in the trip we kept experiencing delays in getting seated (at one point we were held up by 15 minutes because the hostess needed a supervisor to move two tables together for a party of 5) and in getting our food. By the Saturday of our conference we were being told by waitresses in the restaurant that we should eat the breakfast buffet in the bar because we'd get better service there. That waitress told me this was due to a server walking out on them. A server they were training that weekend. Why would you choose that weekend to train a new server? I heard from other conference members that they'd heard stories of staff walking out as well. Service in general was definitely off for the entire time we were there. Other conference members didn't get fresh towels after day 1 and were told this was because the maids were out of them. Out of clean towels! For 2 days. The folks in that room had to go get towels from the pool area so they could take a shower. I will give props to the bar staff, who were always on the ball, and the bell staff, same reason. They got tipped extra. Beyond the staff issues, I have never been in a more jenky hotel in my life. In our room, many of the light switches were slightly broken -- not set in their rockers right or wouldn't always work in turning on the light and had to be pressed hard or fiddled with. Whoever set up the plugs around the bedside tables is asking for a fire hazard. Let me set the scene: in our double queen bed room there was a long table between the beds with two lamps. The lamp bases had two outlets in them for easy access by guests -- good start. My lamp wasn't working, and when I investigated I found it was because it was unplugged. My roommate said: wait, this plug? This plug was plugged into one of the outlets in my lamp! I looked under the table and there was a very complex setup of extension cords and surge protectors for the lamps, phone, alarm, and some other stuff. But the way the extension cords were designed you couldn't plug both lamps into them, so they solved it by plugging the one lamp into the other. And all of these plugs were connected to one outlet in the wall behind the beds. Every single one. On my second day the door to the dresser drawers on my side of the room came off its hinge. Housekeeping was aware of it -- I caught the maid just as she was exiting -- and it was never fixed before I left. Couldn't use the drawers behind that door. My roommate arrived a day before I did and received a note under the door stating the water would be shut off for about 3 or 4 hours the next day due to maintenance. Due to this, my roommate didn't use the toilet or the shower all afternoon thinking there was no water. BUT the maintenance was rescheduled--the water had been on the whole time. They didn't inform the hotel guests of this, though. Now, if ONE of these things happened during my stay I wouldn't be so annoyed. Stuff happens, you can't predict anything, and the staff I dealt with were all very nice. But it was thing after thing after thing. Some positives: This hotel is in a lovely location and I liked being right on the beach. Our room didn't fully face the ocean, but did have nice, big windows so we could see some of it and the beach as well as part of the town. The pool was clean. The breakfast buffet, while overpriced because it's in a hotel, did have a ton of protein. The sausage was wonderful and the bacon above average. The free wifi was reasonably fast. Bottom Line: I would not visit this hotel again unless I had to.
This is our second stay at The Shores and we loved it. Took the kids this time (college-aged) and they really liked the hotel, pool and beach area. We took lots of long walks on the beach at night and relaxed by the pool during the day. We love the new coffee shop - what a nice surprise to be able to get coffee, snacks and light meals anytime.
Best place to have brunch Sit outside and b near the beach or do a table inside. We loved watching the ocean! Great Bloody Marys! Have Ecko make one and ask for him to b your server. He makes the experience a smooth one. (Or make your own Bloody Mary from a Bloody Mary buffet!) Valet parking Extensive menu
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