Super 8 Ormond Beach

★★★★☆
  • 1634 N US Highway 1

    Ormond Beach, FL 32174

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  • 386-672-6222

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This was a comfortable place to stay in the Daytona Beach, FL, area. It's a little north of the city center, but still everything is very accessible. I stayed here over a holiday weekend, and the prices weren't inflated too badly. They were about $20 lower than I expected, actually. The room was clean and comfortable. There are restaurants within walking distance, so that was a nice bonus, too. I'd stay there again if I were in the city.

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This was a comfortable place to stay in the Daytona Beach, FL, area. It's a little north of the city center, but still everything is very accessible. I stayed here over a holiday weekend, and the prices weren't inflated too badly. They were about $20 lower than I expected, actually. The room was clean and comfortable. There are restaurants within walking distance, so that was a nice bonus, too. I'd stay there again if I were in the city.

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The lobby is very small yet clean. I was greeted by the owner and given a nice rate of $39.99 for a smoking double. This rate includes a free continental breakfast, which pretty much consists of coffee and toast. There are also various jams laid out for you to pick from. Hey, its free, right?

The room itself (#117) was on the ground floor of this 2-story motel and right across the yard from both a Dairy Queen and a Burger King. Quite convenient! I availed myself of a delicious Hot Fudge Sunday and settled in for the night.

The room was spacious with 2 double beds, the usual long 6-drawer dresser that doubled as the TV stand, and a small round table with 2 chairs. The wood was all blonde and the typical motel pictures were hanging on the walls. This bed was actually quite comfortable for a no-tell motel. There were signs that this room had recently been remodeled, with the exception of the bathroom which showed signs of wear.

The dressing area is separate from the toilet/bath area and is supplied with soap and a hair dryer, no shampoo. The towels were stiff and scratchy, but clean, and there was plenty of both hot water and water pressure.

Parking is free as are local calls.

Not a destination property, but not bad at all for a place to sleep for the night.

PROS: Cheap, handily located for travellers
CONS: For this price, nothing

3
★★★☆☆

The lobby is very small yet clean. I was greeted by the owner and given a nice rate of $39.99 for a smoking double. This rate includes a free continental breakfast, which pretty much consists of coffee and toast. There are also various jams laid out for you to pick from. Hey, its free, right?

The room itself (#117) was on the ground floor of this 2-story motel and right across the yard from both a Dairy Queen and a Burger King. Quite convenient! I availed myself of a delicious Hot Fudge Sunday and settled in for the night.

The room was spacious with 2 double beds, the usual long 6-drawer dresser that doubled as the TV stand, and a small round table with 2 chairs. The wood was all blonde and the typical motel pictures were hanging on the walls. This bed was actually quite comfortable for a no-tell motel. There were signs that this room had recently been remodeled, with the exception of the bathroom which showed signs of wear.

The dressing area is separate from the toilet/bath area and is supplied with soap and a hair dryer, no shampoo. The towels were stiff and scratchy, but clean, and there was plenty of both hot water and water pressure.

Parking is free as are local calls.

Not a destination property, but not bad at all for a place to sleep for the night.

PROS: Cheap, handily located for travellers
CONS: For this price, nothing

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The first Super 8 opened in Aberdeen, S.D., in 1974, charging $8.88 a night. Today, the national franchise, with its familiar red-and-yellow sign, still stands for dependable rooms at wallet-friendly prices. A staple for…

 

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