Hilton completes Daytona transformation
The Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort has completed its $20 million refurbishment project.The grand re-opening debuts 742 guest rooms, suites and cabanas, seven
restaurants and lounges, specialty shop, fitness centers and indoor/outdoor
Guests are welcomed by the lush landscaping creating a warm sense of
arrival and maintaining the traditional Floridian style of the exterior.
Inside, guest room upgrades are both conservative and classy with a modern
spin. The North and South Towers have been redecorated with new furniture,
bedding, carpeting, wall coverings and bathroom fixtures. Some rooms are
furnished with dark wood, plush furniture and a mix of mellow gold, greens and
reds, while others are endowed with the style of a typical Floridian summer
home using distinct shades of blue, yellow and light green. Guests receive the
standard Hilton amenities along with high-speed Internet access, WebTV and
Sony Playstation games in every room.
With seven new restaurants and lounges, the Hilton Daytona Beach
Oceanfront Resort presents an array of dining choices. Guests have the option
of indoor or terrace dining at Doc Bales’ Grill, the hotel’s newest restaurant
featuring continental and seafood specialties. Colorful cocktails and
relaxation can be found poolside at The Pelican Bar or in the Clocktower
Lounge where guests can enjoy upscale appetizers overlooking the beautiful
Atlantic Ocean and Daytona’s Historic Clocktower. Guests can enjoy delectable
items and catch the latest scores on one of the new plasma TVs in Legends
Sports Bar. Other options include the Seaside Food Pavilion and Waves Beach
Bar for a more casual food selection.
The hotel is one of the four components of the $400 million vacation and
entertainment district, Ocean Walk Village. Conveniently connected to the
Ocean Walk Shoppes, guests can find a collection of retail shops, restaurants
and entertainment centers just outside the hotel’s doors.