Along Florida's Atlantic Coast
|Daytona Beach, FL (February 2, 2006) – The Thunderbird, Boardwalk Inn
& Suites in Daytona Beach and Makai Beach Lodge in Ormond Beach have
been added to the Ocean Waters growing portfolio of beachfront property.
The privately held firm now owns 30 hotels and resorts along Florida’s Atlantic coast with a total inventory of 3,000 hotel rooms under management.
Located in the heart of Daytona Beach at 500 Atlantic Avenue, The Thunderbird is adjacent to The Plaza Resort & Spa, Ocean Waters’ flagship luxury hotel. Rooms start at $59 per night.
The Boardwalk Inn & Suites at 301 S. Atlantic Avenue combines beachfront accommodations with convenient access to the famed Daytona International Speedway. This property offers 101 suites and rooms within walking distance of the beach area shopping, restaurant and entertainment district. Room rates start at $99 per night.
Just north in the town of Ormond Beach is the Makai Beach Lodge at 707 South Atlantic Avenue. Convenient to Halifax Plantation Golf Club and popular shopping destinations, The Makai Beach Lodge offers 110 rooms along the shore in this wonderfully quaint Florida community. Rooms start at $69 per night.
“We have made a commitment to the Daytona Beach area to provide a wide selection of lodging options for our guests,” said Ocean Waters Senior Vice President Doug Kosarek. “These resorts offer casual luxury in a tropical setting in three premier locations.”
Learn more about the full collection of Ocean Waters properties, or book a room at: www.DaytonaHotels.com
About Ocean Waters
|Also See:||Bray & Gillespie announces new company name: Ocean Waters / January 2006|
|Oceans Resorts Acquires Daytona Beach's Best Western Mayan Inn / April 2005|
|Oceans Resorts Names Steve Dorcy Vice President and General Manager of the Plaza Complex / February 2005|
|Bray & Gillespie Creates Ocean Waters Development; Company Will Help Revitalize Daytona Beach Oceanfront / February 2005|
|Daytona Beach's Plaza Resort & Spa to Become Luxury Condo Hotel / February 2005|